DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Assembly Operator will be required to master all skills required to run, troubleshoot and changeover all automated and semi- or hand-automated assembly machines. This position will be counted upon to support, maintain and enhance all assembly operations and systems with regard to uptime, quality, efficiency and TPM performance.
Run, troubleshoot and changeover any and all assembly machines in A&F and Prototype and generally perform all assembly functions including labeling, dunnage management at the machine, part packout, endof-machine inspection and the processing of all necessary documentation associated with traceability, product flow and verification's.
Involvement in day-to-day problem solving to ensure that all assembly processes meet customer and FMSB requirements for quality and delivery.Provide training to others on new processes or where applicable.
Member of equipment runoff team (involves training).
May be assigned to train and support new operators.
Ensure smooth process flow by moving material at various stages through the assembly process through the use of a pallet truck or by hand.
Responsible for any and all 5S housekeeping duties as assigned by production managers, manufacturing manager or approved engineering staff members.
Ensures compliance with all EHSMS policies and procedures.
Other duties as assigned.
High School Diploma or equivalent GED.
Availability to work any shift including days or nights (all shifts may require daily or weekend overtime).
Must be able to successfully complete a pre-employment hair follicle drug screen, physical, and background check.
Must have experience in the assembly area of A&F factory and be able to demonstrate the ability to run, changeover and troubleshoot assembly machines - including Hand and Prototype Assembly units, Assembly 1, Assembly 2, Assembly 3, Assembly 5, Assembly 6, Assembly 7 and the demonstrated ability that extends to Assembly 8.
Must have excellent interpersonal skills and strong positive work ethic and proven ability to work well with others.
Must be a good communicator and be able to willingly accept requests for assistance from other associates as well as from the direct supervisor.
Strong analytical problem solving skills and excellent organizational skills.
Must have a valid state-issued driver's license.
Must be able to lift less than 2 pounds continuously when loading the assembly machine and 3-5 pounds continuously when unloading and packing-out. This is approximately waist to chest level.
Must be able to lift 25 pounds on an occasional (approximately one third of the workday) basis, including moving empty parts baskets.
On a continuous basis (100% of the time) must be able to stand and/or walk.
On a frequent basis must be able to reach by extending hands and arms as well as handle by seizing, holding, grasping, turning or working with hands.
Must have good near visual acuity, as well as depth perception and the ability to differentiate a variety of colors.
Most aspects are performed inside the plant facility, with noise exposure at the loud level (4).
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled