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Job

Assembly Operator

Job description

Assembly Operator 2nd shift (2pm-10:30pm)

Pay rate is DOE $15-17/hour

  • Perform a variety of manual and semi routine duties to bench assemble units, sub assemblies, and parts.
  • Duties include but not limited to soldering, gluing, drilling, dipping, and hand assembling.
  • Read and interpret drawings, schematics, blueprints, specifications, routing sheets, and oral and written instructions for assembly.
  • Use various hand tools and equipment such as soldering irons, screwdrivers, wrenches, vise grip, and hand presses to assemble unit.
  • May set up machines or assembly bench.
  • Load and unload parts, such as drill presses, taps, spotwelding equipment, or other related production equipment. Use chemicals to remove impurities or flux.
  • Bond work pieces together with soft solder.
  • Adjust and manipulate assembly using jigs and fixtures to ensure conformity to specifications and hold tolerances within design limitations.
  • Use basic precision dimensional tools and gauges to check work. Use hand tools and/or packaging equipment to package sub and final assemblies and prepare for shipping.
  • Fulfill assignments to various workstations as production needs require or shift from one station to another to reduce fatigue factor Products include but are not limited to small products, light subassemblies, and/or complete units of a smaller size.
  • May repair units that fail to meet specifications.
  • Complete production records as required.
  • Detect and report defective materials, improper operations, faulty equipment and unusual conditions to supervisor.
  • Maintain equipment and work area in a clean and orderly condition.
  • Comply with all safety rules and regulations regarding workstation and chemical safety.
  • Position requires basic math skills, attention to detail, considerable accuracy, and significant knowledge of company products and specifications.
  • Eye-hand coordination and very concentrated visual required to meet certification requirements for certain skills, i.e. soldering.