Asa Manufacturing Operator I on 3rd shift in the Cuff department, you willperform routine assemblies, inspections, packing/shipping and/or sub-assembliesusing basic tools and assembly techniques while working to pre-assigned levelsof output.
You will perform basic visual and/or physical in-processtesting to insure high quality standards are met. You will have the opportunityto rotate among stations within work center/department and may be assigned tomore complex tasks, as needed, to facilitate cross training and to coverdepartment/work center needs.
You will work with a diverse group of people andpositive and enthusiastic attitude will aid you in assisting higher-levelLikewise, your ability to diagnose faulty operations, product imperfections,and/or equipment malfunctions will enable you to work with technical andsupervisory personnel to resolve discrepancies. Additional responsibilitiesinclude maintaining accurate inventory count of completed work as well as monitoringwork and insuring requirements are being met with regard to schedule, qualityand quantity. You may package component parts or assemblies for shipment,insuring protection from potential shipment damage and that all necessary partsand instructions are present.
A high school diploma or equivalency as well as 1 year (minimum) of successful experience in assembly/related functional area is required. You must have good mechanical dexterity/eyesight, be able to read, write and use basic math; maintain a high degree of accuracy in performing repetitive tasks.
The successful candidate is able to adapt to a changing work environment, including: increased automation, change in production methods or sequences and rotation among workstations. You must be able to work well with others and actively participate in team problem-solving activities. You may be requested to work overtime, as needed. You must be able to lift 40lbs and work in various positions: standing, sitting, and working on repetitive jobs/assemblies.