Assembly Technician

Company Name:
Statement of Major Responsibilities:
- Work safely, following safety work instructions.
- Set up and operate assembly equipment as assigned.
- Follow work instructions as outlined in Standard Operation Sheet (SOS), Job Element Sheet (JES), and/or packing instructions for all assigned operations.
- Load/unload parts in/out of welders, dies, trunions, and/or assembly fixtures.
- Operate equipment that welds, stamps, presses, crimps, stakes, and/or rivets together parts and/or sub-assemblies.
- Perform manual assembly, welding, and tapping operations as required.
- Ensure quality and quantities of parts produced to meet required quality specifications and production rates.
- Fill out all necessary paperwork associated with the job including but not limited to, some or all of the following: start-up checklist, pre-shift inspection sheet, labor
, scrap records, downtime tracking sheets, quality assurance checks, and product identification tags.
- Contribute to a safe, clean and comfortable work environment by applying the principles of the 5S discipline (simplify, separate, sanitize, standardize and support).
Working hours: (1st) 7a-3:30p, (2nd) 3:30p-12a, (3rd) 12a-7a, 7p-7a
--To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform all essential functions satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required.
--Ability to read and demonstrate understanding of documents such as safety rules, work instructions, maintenance instructions, employee handbook, policies, and procedures.
--Ability to apply basic math skills such as adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing whole numbers, fractions and decimals; ability to round numbers and to calculate averages.
--Must be able to interact effectively with employees at all levels in a team environment.
--Ability to use hands to grip, finger, handle and/or feel parts.
--Ability to wear required personal protective equipment, including, but not limited to gloves, protective sleeves, safety glasses with side shields, and steel-toed shoes.
--Ability to use hands, arms and wrists to work continuously throughout shift.
--Ability to use tools which vibrate, such as grinders, drills, sanders, etc. continuously throughout shift.
--Ability to stand, walk, sit, talk, hear, and write.
--Ability to repeatedly lift, reach, push, pull, carry, bend, twist, and stoop with parts, boxes, or other objects weighing up to 40 pounds within allotted times.
--Ability to use close vision, depth perception and adjust focus to visually inspect part quality to standards.
--Ability to work overtime for shifts of up to 12 hours per day, seven days per week.
--Ability to work in hot or cold environments.
--Ability to work in loud environments requiring hearing protection.

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