1st Shift Hours- 7am-3pm (OT as needed. Employees could be working 45-55 hours a week)
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A MANUFACTURING ASSEMBLER
As a Manufacturing Assembler, you're responsible for the careful assembly of high-quality manifolds and quick release couplers. We are looking for motivated individuals who want build skills as we grow our business while arriving punctually, ready to get to work in our clean, bright factory. You take the time to prepare for the day's assembly projects by thoroughly studying the instructions and parts list, then gathering the required tools and materials. If you notice inventory is low, you take the initiative to notify your team leader.
Attentive to detail, you assemble the components, examining connections to ensure they fit correctly. As a natural problem solver, you resolve minor issues yourself and reach out to your supervisor when you need additional resources. You can be counted on to maintain the equipment and use it safely. After the product is assembled, you make sure that it's properly stored and that items for resale are documented and traceable. Organized and efficient, you complete quality forms on a timely basis. Your team leader appreciates how you proactively share ideas to improve assembly processes. You find great satisfaction in assembling things with your hands, and you take pride in producing a quality product!
· Perform assembly on manifold packages utilizing hydraulic valves and quick release couplers by reading schematics, blueprints, and assembly instructions.
· Read work instructions, schematics, or blueprints required for assembly.
· Ensure good flow of completed assemblies for shipment.
· Use hand tools, power tools, and machines to complete assemblies.
· Verifies specifications prior to assembly of components.
· Communicate any production issues to shift lead.
· Keeping work area clean and tidy for the next shift.
· Basic computer skills, including proficiency with Microsoft Word, Outlook, and Excel.
· Good reading comprehension.
· Ability to meet the physical demands of the job, including standing throughout the shift, lifting up to 50 pounds, and manipulating small objects made of iron, aluminum, or stainless steel
· Dexterity and hand eye coordination, including the ability to grasp, manipulate, and assemble parts and components.
· Commitment to scheduled work hours.
· Strong sense of responsibility.
Overtime is a requirement to meet customer demand. This includes working over 8 hours Monday - Friday as needed.