An Assembly associate is at the core of our production team - and utilizes a variety of light mechanical and electrical equipment to exact specifications and close tolerances. You will utilize simple hand and power tools to assemble, manufacture, disassemble, repair, sort, and inspect small soap-dispensing units and larger sub-assembly machines.
What's in it For You:
This is a Direct Hire Opportunity
First Shift Hours - Monday-Thursday 6:00AM-4:00PM, with overtime on Friday ($14.85 an hour)
Second Shift Hours - Monday-Thursday 4:30PM-2:30AM, with overtime on Friday ($15.35 an hour)
Full Benefits Starting Day 1 - medical, dental, vision, 401k, pension, life insurance
Vacation Time + Sick Time + Paid Holidays
What You Will Do:
Assemble light mechanical/hydraulic/pneumatic components to exact specifications.
Perform simple hydraulic and electrical checks to ensure the proper function of assembled equipment.
Perform assigned re-manufacturing operations including disassembly, minor repairs, sorting, cleaning, polishing, inspection and re-assembly of small dispensing units, industrial dish machines and major sub-assemblies.
Work from process and specifications sheets, (English instructions).
Accurately process necessary paperwork related to labor reporting and record keeping.
Work well as part of a team.
Commit to all plant procedures.
Continually identify opportunities for system and process loss elimination to improve safety, efficiency, increase service to our customers, and reduce cost.
Loss analysis and improvement project participation using TPM tools such as root cause analysis (RCA, 5 Why's, OPL's, etc.
Collaborate, recommend and implement measures to improve departmental productivity and efficiencies, product quality, methods, and working conditions so that downtime is minimized using cooperation, teamwork and TPM/Kaizen/continuous improvement methodology.
Promote process and safety improvements through collaboration with leadership, T-Card process, WIN Wall process, and other appropriate methods.
Support the sustainability of improvements.
Proactively communicate maintenance needs, quality issues, or other situations that impact safety, quality, or productivity to Team Lead, Coach or the appropriate functional/department leader.
Ensure constant communication with management on daily activities and losses inherent to our process
Assist in the training of teammates, both Ecolab and contingent
High school diploma or equivalent
Ability to read and speak English and can read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating instructions, and procedures
Must have basic math ability
Experience using hand and power tools
Must be collaborative and team-orientated
Must be able to understand and demonstrate the Ecolab 5E's (Envision - sees and shares a path to the future; Empower - enables others to do their best work; Energize - inspires and helps build a strong team; Execute - consistently and safely delivers results; Embody - is a steward of our culture and values).
Standing at assembly station for most of the 10-hour shift
Lifting 50-75 lbs.
Mechanical aptitude and manual dexterity
Basic computer skills
Electrical / mechanical / plumbing experience
Ability to interpret color coding for basic wiring
Ability to distinguish between various metals for sorting
At Ecolab, you can help take on some of the world's most meaningful challenges, delivering critical insights and innovative solutions to help our customers achieve clean water, safe food, abundant energy, and healthy environments. With our worldwide reach and ambitious growth plans, you will have the opportunity to own your future and impact what matters. Are you ready to make an impact?
Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
At Ecolab, we believe the best teams are diverse and inclusive, and we are on a journey to create a workplace where every associate can grow and achieve their best. We are committed to fair and equal treatment of associates and applicants. We recruit, hire, promote, transfer and provide opportunities for advancement on the basis of individual qualifications and job performance. In all matters affecting employment, compensation, benefits, working conditions, and opportunities for advancement, we will not discriminate against any associate or applicant for employment because of race, religion, color, creed, national origin, citizenship status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expressions, genetic information, marital status, age, disability, or status as a covered veteran.
In addition, we are committed to furthering the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) through Affirmative Action (AA). Our goal is to fully utilize minority, female, disabled and covered veteran individuals at all levels of the workforce. Ecolab is a place where you can grow your career, own your future and impact what matters.
We will consider for employment all qualified applicants, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable state and local laws, including the City of Los Angeles' Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance and the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.