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Experience Experience
01/2014 present
Dallas, TX
Assembler
Dallas, TX
Assembler
01/2014 present
Dallas, TX
Assembler
01/2014 present
  • Work is performed under supervision and receives detailed instructions to perform tasks. Follows priorities provided to them for performing work
  • Lead A3 and other continuous improvement teams to reduce waste, develop standardized work, and improve efficiency
  • Passing score on Work Keys test administered by WorkOne (Indiana Department of Workforce Development)
  • Develop and implement 5S process improvements and continually evaluate opportunities to improve work processes and customer service
  • Complies with all the work rules and established safety standards, practices good work habits and maintains a clean and orderly work area
  • Support Honeywell Operating System (HOS) including Lean principles, teamwork, continuous improvement, 5S, daily management and documentation of standard work
  • Assist in the development of new processes to improve product quality and production efficiency and aids in the development of new product models
08/2009 12/2013
New York, NY
Assembler
New York, NY
Assembler
08/2009 12/2013
New York, NY
Assembler
08/2009 12/2013
  • Works safely, follows safety rules and regulations, and assists supervisors and managers in maintaining a safe and healthy work environment
  • May assist with the training/assistance of lower level employees and co-workers
  • Assist in performing repair work
  • Work directly with Service Managers to develop quality bicycle builds and expectations
  • Work with manufacturing engineering to resolve problems and make process improvements
  • Report to work on time, keep work area clean, and work safely
  • Performs a variety of subassembly and assembly tasks such as gunking and glassing, installing deck hardware, bilge system work, work on deck/hull areas, etc
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Hand
Bachelor’s Degree in Hand
Central Michigan University
Bachelor’s Degree in Hand
Skills Skills
  • Strong knowledge and proven execution of Philips ‘Good Manufacturing Practices.’
  • Knowledgeable of and able to utilize computer system
  • Knowledge of and ability to compute basic arithmetic
  • Ability to read, write, comprehend and communicate in English Ability to utilize basic math skills
  • Basic knowledge of and ability to be trained in the use of various hand and power tools
  • Ability to do basic math, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Most be able to read a ruler or scale to assure product meet tolerances
  • Excellent proven ability with attention to detail
  • Ability to perform basic problem solving techniques which are fully defined and available through the supervisor, coworkers and written materials
  • Knowledge of and ability to use both powered and hand tools
  • Attention to detail and ability to retain communicated information
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assemble and position parts using standard work documents, drawings, safe job procedures, and visual aids within Takt time
  • Participate in continuous improvement initiatives and provide feedback in areas of safety, quality, velocity, and cost
  • Compliance with safety and quality standards
  • Compliance with 5S programme and other business improvement initiatives
  • Display behaviour and conduct fitting with our Values in Action
  • Attend to defined training plans
  • Train other employees if and when required
  • Any other appropriate duties
  • Italian language knowledge
  • One year or more experience in an assembly environment
  • Ability to understand drawings
  • Ability to follow and comprehend verbal, specific and detailed procedures and work instructions
  • Problem solving and Change Management
  • Strong commitment to Safety
  • Physical ability to fulfill the requirements of the job
  • Previous experience working in a lean environment
  • Technical Graduation
  • Previous electrical/mechanical experience
  • Attention to detail to meet quality standards
  • Experience working to take times
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  • At least 3 months of manufacturing experience is required
  • Demonstrate skills in Numerical Computation, Mechanical Aptitude, Problem Solving, and Reading Comprehension
  • Ability to work overtime including weekends
  • At least one year of experience in a manufacturing environment is desired
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  • Assist in the training of less experienced assemblers
  • Recommend suggestions toward product improvements, cost reduction or quality enhancement of manufactured goods
  • Will normally operate the Component Preparation, Assembly Directed, Drag Solder, Vapor Degreaser and Board Tester Equipment. Will also be called upon from time to time to operate other production equipment
  • Maintain acceptable attendance punctuality record
  • Participate in a team effort to ensure a professionally run clean, efficient and quality-conscious manufacturing operation
  • Observe Company policies, procedures and regulations
  • Attend scheduled EH&S training program
  • Actively support the organization’s efforts to meet or exceed EH&S goals and plans
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  • Frequent Standing,sitting,walking,stooping,reaching,handling,griping,squatting
  • This position falls under the FAA drug and alcohol program. FAA regulations require that the candidate for this position will be subjected to random drug and alcohol testing while in this role. Position is NOT for ITAR hardware
  • Occasional lifting up to 36 lbs
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Completes quality assurance paperwork
  • Build parts and verify for accuracy against blueprints
  • Maintain high levels of quality
  • Maintain high levels of safety
  • Perform other tasks assigned by supervisor
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assemble parts in specified relationship to each other following the written and visual instructions or otherwise fasten parts together
  • Tend to machines by performing force fitting or fastening operations and end of line testers
  • Rotate to different work stations as production needs require. May include using various fixtures to attach parts such as springs, electrical connectors, heater pads, gaskets, grommets, and actuators
  • Perform all daily start up checks at your station per the IPCP and notify your Supervisor if check does not work as intended
  • Complete all necessary paperwork on time and accurately such as glass traceability, scrap sheets, daily production reports, 5S checklists, and start-up checklists
  • Maintain 5S and housekeeping practices
  • Understand your responsibility to the environmental programs, including ISO14001. Understand the EMS consequences, actual or potential, of their work activities and/or their behaviors from specified work instructions
  • Participate in problem solving and continuous improvement activities, even those not listed in this description
  • Must be able to read and interpret a variety of written procedures, part numbers, part descriptions, and operation instruction sheets
  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide
  • Ability to effectively interact with employees in a team environment
  • 1-3 months of related manufacturing experience
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  • Reads and follows work orders, interprets drawings and adheres to process requirements
  • Crimps wires connected to printed circuit boards; routes and connects wires to individual components leads, connectors with terminals, and/or contact; crimps wires to be inserted into pins in accordance with appropriate specifications and other components, connectors, terminals, and contact points
  • Performs intermediate assembly tasks, such as, potting, cleaning, epoxy bonding, curing, stamping, mechanical assembly, component preparation, wire stripping, in accordance with workmanship standards (SOP 511 Series or appropriate specifications)
  • Performs intermediate solder connections, such as, wire to wire, wire to connector, wire to PWA, and wire to component (i.e., EMI filters, inductors, etc.) in accordance with appropriate solder specifications (IPC-A-610 or relevant specifications). Includes tinning of wires and components in the solder pot to meet solder requirements
  • Performs self-inspection to ensure parts and assemblies meet production specifications and standards
  • Maintains a clean and orderly work station in accordance with SOP-125 (FOD)
  • Ability to recognize hardware in accordance with IPC-A-610 or relevant specifications
  • Completes usage logs as required
  • Demonstrates proper techniques for crimping, torque requirements and hardware installation
  • Ability to utilize hand tools and automated tools in the completion of required tasks
  • Performs soldering in accordance with IPC-A-610 or relevant specification, which includes thru-hole component soldering on PWAs
  • Demonstrates proficiency in the use of automated equipment (fixture usage and tool setup)
  • Performs component preparation and placement taking into consideration polarization, orientation, and dimensional requirements in accordance with IPC-A-610 or relevant specification
  • Performs potting operations that include, encapsulation, lens bonding, light stack assembly, and vacuum pump, automated dispensing equipment, etc
  • Ability to perform inspections on work to verify compliance to production specifications and standards
  • May train other Operators in the above skills
  • Provides total quality assurance by demonstrating a constant focus on ensuring customers receive high quality products; adheres to all applicable standard operating procedures; pays attention to detail, shows professional concern for quality of work; performs with accuracy, thoroughness and orderliness in performing work assignments; has the authority to initiate non-conformance, preventive action and corrective action reports
  • Successfully completes all required training and certifications
  • Abides by company safety rules; maintains a safe workplace; keeps work area organized and clean in accordance with “5S” lean manufacturing techniques; wears all personal protective equipment as required; disposes of waste material in accordance with company policy
  • Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed; balances team and individual responsibilities; exhibits objectivity and openness to others’ views; contributes to building a positive team spirit
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Position and assemble parts using pneumatic, electric and hand tools
  • Fasten sub-assembled parts to machines utilizing bolts, screws, clips, rivets or other fasteners
  • Inspect machines for leaks and correct operation
  • Reports all discrepancies to Team Lead
  • Uses all PPE required for work classification
  • Does required daily inspections of lifting devices, tools, etc. to ensure safe work environment
  • Ability to interpret and follow relevant Standard Work
  • Able to achieve minimum requirements of PQVC
  • Performs entry level work under close supervision
  • All other job duties as assigned by the CPS Team Lead or Supervisor
  • Successful completion of Caterpillar Safety Training
  • 0-1 years entry level mechanical assembly or machine shop experience in a production environment or a combination of training, education and manufacturing production experience
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Under minimal supervision, assembles components by examining connections for correct fit, fastening parts and sub-assemblies, per customer order
  • Reads and assembles per standard work or blueprint instructions
  • Tracks and receives the required parts for product area. May check stock bins for adequate supplies of sub-assemblies, parts, and fasteners for the particular work order. Contacts material handler or lead if shortages exist or incorrect parts are in bins
  • Participates in all team stand-ups and uses safe ergonomic practices in performing job
  • May pack finished product into designated carton
  • Ability to successfully troubleshoot form, fit or function of assembly parts
  • May assist in cross training of peers or new hires
  • May perform lead tasks in the absence of team lead
  • Participates in EHS risk reduction activities
  • Adheres to all UTAS rules and codes of conduct
  • Looks for ways to eliminate safety hazards and improve the overall safety of the workplace
  • Provides continuous improvement ideas in order to support lean and ACE initiatives
  • May perform other job duties as required and available for overtime as necessary
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Following established facility safety policies, safe job procedures and hazardous risk assessments and using the proper Personal Protective equipment for the specific job being performed
  • Operating machinery such as hand tools, air tools, arbor press, torque wrenches, bearing press and test stand to wash, strip and/or chemically clean parts, or to assemble parts
  • Knowledge of Caterpillar Production System (CPS) standard work instructions
  • Standing at workstations for periods of time
  • The execution of repetitive motions
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assembles sub-frames, looms (wiring harnesses), control panels, running gear, canopies and other components such as engines and alternators, from work orders and standard work instructions, to construct generator sets
  • May operate a forktruck or other powered vehicle
  • May operate a crane
  • Input data into CAT computer systems for record collection and reporting
  • Possesses a basic overall understanding of the product and line flow
  • Masters the required operations in a given area
  • Works diligently on CPS Guiding Principles (Understands and identifies waste)
  • Meets all performance requirements for the line and area
  • Fills in and helps the team where needed to maintain line flow
  • Trains to learn multiple operations in their assigned area to maximize the area’s ability to respond to changing needs
  • Keeps assigned operation or cell metrics accurate and updated (PQVC)
  • Initiates timely Andon calls to the Team Lead
  • Participates in process troubleshooting and helps to determine root cause
  • Participates in RIWs, contributing process expertise
  • Participates in Process Improvement Dialogs (PIDs)
  • At least 6 months of manufacturing assembly line experience is required
  • Crane, hoist and rigging experience
  • Fork lift experience
  • Previous training of new employees
  • Ability to perform assembly tasks at heights above 6’ while wearing fall protection
  • Electrical assembly knowledge and experience
  • Varied generator product knowledge (i.e. retail, rental, investor, natural gas, diesel, etc.)
  • Experience using SAP (bill of material screens)
  • >1 year manufacturing assembly line experience
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assembles sub-frames, looms (wiring harnesses), control panels, and other components, from work orders and standard work instructions
  • Trains to learn multiple operations in assigned area to maximize the area’s ability to respond to changing needs
  • At least one year experience in a manufacturing environment
  • Able to perform routine assembly operations of a repetitive nature on electronic components and subassemblies using samples, simple drawings, schematics, as well as written and verbal instructions
  • Able to use, read and interpret blueprints, schematics and measuring equipment
  • Able to perform precision assembly or adjusting within narrow tolerances
  • Able to use hand tools such as long nose pliers, side cutter, etc. to perform work
  • Able to distinguish color for color-coding purposes
  • Able to perform advanced assembly skills (hanging conduit, drilling, tapping, coupling, etc.) and / or advanced wiring configurations (control panels, alternators, etc.)
  • Possess good hand / eye coordination and manual dexterity to work with small parts
  • Electrical skills
  • Basic Computer knowledge (able to use a mouse, keyboard, etc.)
  • Able to work in a manufacturing environment
  • Able to work OT when required, including weekends
  • Able to follow safety procedures
  • Able to follow work orders and standard work instructions
  • Able to safely operate various types of hand-tools, various power tools, etc
  • Able to work with repetitive assembly operations
  • Meet physical requirements
  • Intermediate computer skills (able to access standard work, etc.)
  • Previous experience using an industrial crane, hoist, or lifting device
  • Previous experience training new employees
  • Blue print reading experience
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assembles sub-frames, looms (wiring harnesses), control panels and other components, from work orders and standard work instructions
  • At least 3 months manufacturing experience
  • Able to safely operate various types of hand-tools and various power tools (hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical)
  • 1 year experience in a manufacturing environment
  • Able to operate a forklift or other powered equipment
  • Able to operate a crane
  • Basic knowledge of wiring
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Works on assembly line
  • Runs lens cutting machine and other machinery
  • Flexible between assembly types (eyewear, hockey, football, accessories, etc.)
  • Screws, glues or otherwise fastens parts together by hand
  • May be assigned to different workstations as production needs require or shift from one station to another to reduce fatigue factor
  • Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos. Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals
  • Ability to write routine reports and simple correspondence
  • The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear
  • The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, and sit
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, distance vision and ability to adjust focus
  • The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds
  • Maintain work pace appropriate to general work load
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to moving mechanical parts, fumes or airborne particles, and toxic or caustic chemicals
  • The employee is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions and extreme heat
  • The noise level in the work environment is moderate to loud
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • 1+ year of related work experience
  • Good hand/eye coordination and fine motor skills
  • Solid time management and problem solving skills
  • Excellent communication skills (written and verbal)
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  • Visually inspects units or parts of units upon arrival in workstation for proper fit and function prior to sending to next station to ensure quality and conformance to standards
  • Manually assembles units or parts of units at established production speed in compliance with job standards
  • Identifies defective units or parts of units. Places defective parts in NG bins or designated area
  • Completes required check sheets to keep track of number of units, defects and/or types of defects as needed
  • Notifies appropriate personnel (e.g., Assembler 1, Material Controller) when parts are needed in workstation
  • Knows and complies with ISO-9001 and ISO 14001 requirements for designated work area
  • Complies with ESD requirements regarding shoes, aprons and grounding straps to ensure personal and product safety
  • Ensures that work area is clean and orderly to ensure safety
  • May train assembly personnel in assembly practices and procedures to ensure consistency and compliance to established standards
  • May fill parts bins to ensure adequate level of inventory
  • May complete defective parts tags
  • High school diploma or GED with three months assembly or related manufacturing experience preferred
  • Must be able to read and follow work standards and complete checksheets and forms
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Under direct supervision, assembles components by examining connections for correct fit, fastening parts and sub-assemblies, per customer order
  • Performs routine and standard tasks with minimal assistance
  • Reads and assembles per standard work or blueprint instructions, with some guidance
  • May track and receive the required parts for product area. May check stock bins for adequate supplies of sub-assemblies, parts, and fasteners for the particular work order. Contacts material handler or lead if shortages exist or incorrect parts are in bins
  • May perform other job duties as required and be available for overtime as necessary
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Frequently use dimensional measurement tooling
  • Identify Defects (mechanical/ soldering) according to J-STD requirements
  • Ability to work quickly without defect while multitasking in a disruptive environment
  • Ability to recognize manufacturing defects and resolve issues
  • Ability to acquire applicable skill/ knowledge/ certifications as required in order to produce electromechanical assemblies
  • Demonstrate a proactive role in problem solving
  • Ability to focus on safety and quality
  • Understanding of specific process procedures and how the processes affect the product
  • Blueprint and Op Sheet reading and comprehension
  • Moderate to Advanced computer skills
  • Ability to work with minimal direction and work instructions, recognizing schedule and quality needs
  • Ability to provide constructive feedback to coworkers
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assemble and disassemble complex units to perform sensitive rework minimizing risk of damage
  • Capable of analyzing, interpreting and executing complex engineering instructions, drawings and flow charts
  • Perform tasks such as wiring, mechanical assembly and PWB loading, cleaning, touch-up, hand coating, sand blasting or coating strip and rework among others
  • Assist in the training of other experienced assemblers
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Perform mechanical and/or electrical assembly
  • Perform inspection in accordance with requirements of qualified operator program (QOP)
  • Take ownership for accuracy of processes and understand impact of nonconforming work
  • Perform mechanical rework
  • Perform unique assembly processes
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Follow instructions to perform electronic and mechanical assembly
  • Fine manipulation of parts, test rigs, and assembly jigs to facilitate production
  • Utilize hand held and power tools to facilitate production
  • Utilize test and verification processes to ensure high quality production
  • Document completion of procedures and non-conformances
  • Move, store, transact, and deliver material throughout the plant
  • Support production requirements by performing assigned work as needed
  • Ability to perform detail oriented work and complete projects on time
  • Must be able to physically lift (floor to waist, waist to crown level, and horizontally) up to 30 lbs
  • Must be able to physically carry up to 30 lbs; and perform simple grasping, firm grasping, fine manipulation, neck rotation, and neck flexion frequently (34-66%) throughout the workday
  • Must be able to physically twist, push/pull, reach at or above shoulder height, reach below should height occasionally (6-33%) throughout the workday; and physically stoop, bend, squat, and balance rarely (1-5%) throughout the workday
  • Experience in medical device assembly
  • Light manufacturing or assembly experience
  • Electronics/computer training and/or experience
  • Higher education courses and/or relevant work experience
  • Excellent communications and interpersonal skills
  • Team player open to new ideas and continuous improvement
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  • Inputs required data such as repair codes, packing sheet numbers, prover identification access, etc by using company’s software for the purpose of successfully completing specific scheduled jobs
  • Accurately reads meter indexes
  • Tests devices to validate operating condition and to insure proper function. Records results required by process’ guidelines
  • Checks for defects, data error and required information on documents and products being serviced and corrects as conditions require
  • Sets up products and needed materials at different stages of production for ease of retrieval and service
  • Sets up equipment based established guidelines to perform services on products based on customers’ specifications
  • Verifies information on documents and serviced products based on customers’ and products’ specific service needs. When necessary, refers to information on the DMSS sheet
  • Performs maintenance and quality checks on equipment and out-going shipments by following established guidelines
  • Additional functions in the service of products range from
  • Minimum 6 months of manufacturing experience
  • Temperature Compensation experience is a plus
  • Stripping and tinning wires
  • Able to work in a cell based manufacturing environment under cross - functional job rotations
  • Sharp and focused in making critical product and technical quality judgments
  • Experience in interpreting detailed assembly drawings and completing complex assembly processes
  • Read, communicate, and write fluently in English
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  • 2 years’ experience in a production department assembling or inspecting complex parts and assemblies or technical education or applicable military experience
  • 3+ years experience in a manufacturing or military environment with demonstrated ability to work and excel in a team environment
  • Demonstrated written and oral communication skills. Experience using Microsoft office applications, including: MS Excel, Outlook, Word, and PowerPoint
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Build cable, harnessing and mechanical assemblies
  • Position and align parts and components. Secure them in place or remove them using appropriate, various methods including soldering, crimping, fastening, gluing, etc. Install assemblies in cases or cabinets
  • Bundle and route wiring within the product being worked
  • Perform initial tests to check for faulty parts, continuity, etc
  • Tend to machines that prepare or assemble parts
  • Build printed wiring board assemblies and perform rework and modifications of prototype boards
  • Assist engineers in building bread boards
  • Assist engineers with sheet metal modifications
  • Build setups and adjustments holding tolerances to blueprint specifications
  • Read and interpret work orders and follow drawings or sample assemblies to facilitate assembly work
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  • Selected candidate will be responsible for performing standard work assigned to meet production requirements, flexing to different jobs to meet customer needs as the Business requires
  • Will be responsible for monitoring, assisting, and improving all aspects of Safety, Quality, Productivity, Inventory and Delivery in the work cells
  • Will work in Board and Component Prep
  • Adhere to Standard work through continuous improvement activities
  • Use the computer to access work instructions, and to access and/or input labor tracking, work in progress tracking, non-conformance tracking, configuration information
  • Will be training in product builds, work instruction layout, procedures, and processes
  • Completely certified to perform tasks in work cell
  • Work towards becoming a master associate for assigned cell tasks
  • Flex and learn new work assignments as directed to support business objectives
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  • Participate in the commissioning of several new microwave ATS installations in a startup environment
  • Operate and schedule repair, verification and maintenance of microwave test and antenna measurement instrumentation in direct support of production activities
  • Perform the set-up, calibration, testing, and troubleshooting of microwave modules and antenna assemblies operating in the Ku-Band and higher frequency range
  • Record required information for all testing and document discrepancies
  • Test and troubleshoot complex microwave and digital electronics systems to the module level
  • Forecast Panasonic IFEC equipment and tester needs to support new product line development
  • Write, maintain and publish associated manufacturing procedures, test documentation and ATS documentation to support commissioning and development of ATS installations
  • Work with automated test software engineers to streamline ATS processing and improve overall test throughput and accuracy
  • Develop and implement 5S process improvements and continually evaluate opportunities to improve work processes and customer service
  • Achieve manufacturing objectives: Attain Production goals with Quality and on time delivery metrics
  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook and other computer software/hardware as required
  • Excellent communication skills, work in team environments, focus on customer service and a willingness to cooperate with internal and external parties on all levels within and outside the organization
  • Ability to mentor and train junior Test Technicians to maximize knowledge and competencies
  • Understanding of microwave system design to facilitate fault isolation and troubleshooting
  • Ability to use Volt-ohm meters, oscilloscopes, frequency meters, spectrum and network analyzers, signal generators and automatic test equipment
  • Ability to operate programmable auto-testers, samplers, real-time oscilloscopes, pulse generators, meters, power supplies, and special test fixtures
  • Excellent time management skills and a high personal sense of accountability (working to tight schedules and milestones)
  • Successfully handle system level troubleshooting events requiring understanding of electronic principles, test and integration methods
  • Uses professional concepts; applies company policies and procedures to resolve issues
  • Works on problems of moderate scope where analysis of situations or data requires a review of a variety of factors
  • Exercises judgment within defined procedures and practices to determine appropriate action
  • High School diploma or general education degree (GED)
  • Minimum 6 years of related experience in the electronics industry
  • IFE or avionics or RF testing experience preferred
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  • Under moderate supervision, this position is responsible for the assembly of electronic equipment
  • Performs a variety of tasks ranging from repetitive to non-repetitive production assembly
  • May conduct quality inspection on processing line in accordance with quality specifications
  • May disassemble, modify, rework, reassemble and test experimental or prototype assemblies and subassemblies according to specifications and under simulated conditions
  • At the intermediate level, follows defined procedures and processes, using various equipment in order to complete tasks and is able to read and write English proficiently
  • Supports HOS Activities. Recommends CIs. Maintains 5S. Intermediate understanding of RPS; Understands visual management, uses visuals to manage cells and to escalate issues. Good understanding of kanban card usage
  • Demonstrated understanding of established processes and procedures performs a variety of tasks ranging from repetitive to non-repetitive production assembly with guidance from more experienced assemblers
  • Demonstrates an understanding and is qualified to effectively assemble equipment, components, devices or systems
  • Receives general written or verbal instructions on routine assignments and detailed instructions on new assignments
  • Interfaces with team members in order to solve defined issues and complete tasks and is able to read and write English proficiently
  • Under moderate supervision, follows established guidelines, processes and procedures to resolve well defined issues and/or tasks
  • Works on tasks that are semi-routine in nature where judgment is often required
  • Problems are operational in nature and generally defined
  • Assembler is able to read and write English proficiently
  • Must be a US citizen or permanent legal resident, due to ITAR restrictions and government programs
  • Minimum 2-5 years of experience in assembly; Associates Degree in a technical
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  • Assemble products per specification
  • Replenish raw materials needed on assembly line
  • Perform preventative maintenance on machines
  • Set up line at the beginning and throughout the shift
  • Set up machines at the beginning and throughout the shift
  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals in English
  • Ability to perform basic functions
  • Basic data entry
  • Ability to complete one-to-two step instructions
  • Immigration sponsorship is not available for this role
  • Ability to solve problems involving concrete variables in a standardized situation
  • Prior experience operating a reach truck and/ or possess the ability to be trained to operate equipment
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  • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions in written, oral, diagram or schedule form
  • Demonstrate a mechanical aptitude and manual dexterity
  • Ability to take responsibility for quality of work performed
  • Ability to effectively write and read English
  • Basic soldering skills
  • Experience with a variety of hand tools used in mechanical and electrical cable assembly including air and electric power tools
  • Ability to read and interpret mechanical and electrical drawings and bills of material
  • Assemble electromechanical assemblies and sub-assemblies per instructions and industry accepted practices
  • Maintains safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules and regulations
  • Properly use assembly equipment and supplies as needed to accomplish job defined in work order
  • Documents actions by completing production forms
  • Performs routine visual inspection of parts, sub-assemblies and completed products for quality purposes
  • Meets production goals on a daily, weekly and monthly basis
  • High school diploma or equivalent desired
  • No experience necessary
  • Must be able to work overtime when warranted
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  • Interpret basic schematics
  • Must be able to lift up to 70 lbs
  • Aid in the development of wire lists and assembly instructions for new products
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  • Able to successfully complete standard work within takt
  • Successful completion means you are able to learn the station and meet the takt within two weeks of being assigned to the station, and sustain while you are assigned to the station
  • Able to locate and understand assembly instructions from procedures, drawings and standard work instructions
  • Verifies and inspects work according to standard work
  • Willing to move to another area (assembly or internal supply), as needed
  • Able to achieve and maintain all department productivity standards
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  • General assembly duties completed within TAKT time
  • Operating hoists
  • Performing quality checks
  • Participate in problem solving and lean manufacturing practices
  • In accordance with company policy, assemblers must also be able and willing to meet these essential job requirements
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  • Assembly of casted parts and pack finished product in cardboard box containers with liners
  • Quality Assurance: Inspect each part to ISO specification during the work process checking for defects and imperfections not in conformance or unacceptable to the customer
  • Perform all job functions in a safe manner; wear any PPE required; report any unsafe conditions
  • Comply with any weekly or daily job rotation as needed and directed; no work will be turned-down
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  • Uses a wide range of hand tools, drill, rivet gun, saw, hy-pot tester, and drill press
  • Three to six months manufacturing work experience is preferred
  • Standing, bending, reaching and handling bulky parts is common to the job
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  • Ability to read, interpret and follow wiring diagrams and blueprints as shown in SOE (sequence of events). Ability to read and differentiate part numbers, labels and work instructions
  • Selects appropriate sub-assemblies or component parts and installs in the unit in specified sequence according to SOE (sequence of events)
  • Applies wiring harnesses, sensors, and other electrical components in cabinet as per SOE (sequence of events)
  • Recognizes color codes to insure that wiring and other color coded procedures meet guidelines. Reads electrical wiring diagrams to accomplish accurate assembly
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  • Assembles and air tests pressure trips to 240 pounds psi
  • Restaurant Systems Assembler is responsible for inspecting all parts of every assembly made as per blueprints and written work instructions. Assembler must be able to use all tools and gauges necessary to inspect each component part of assemblies. Assembler is also responsible for recording all inspections made on proper inspection log sheets. Assembler may also be called upon to show an ISO-9000 auditor how the inspections were performed and their record keeping for these inspections
  • Following blueprints, sets up and assembles AUTOMAN and SCP (special control panel series) by such operations as attaching electrical terminal strips and mode lights, wiring harnesses and fitting correct pretested printed circuit board into terminal strip. Uses small hand tools
  • Tests AUTOMAN II with electrical panel to assure correct response for each mode tested. Follow written procedure step by step
  • Assembles PMD (pressure makeup device) and DAD (detection actuation device), with jigs, fixtures and small hand tools. Parts include such items as springs, puncture pins, seals, O-rings and relief valves. Secures assembly with proper sealants. Torques small parts in assembly procedure. Stamp with dates and applies labels
  • Associates must be knowledgeable in using the hand portable spectrometer to test PMD and DAD for leaks after filling them with nitrogen to 1800 psi. Tests for pressure make up and puncture pin actuation by blocking off pressure and observing function
  • Assembles warning device with component parts such as bulb, gasket and cover plate, then tests light bulb function
  • Packages PMD, warning device and DAD with spare parts
  • Restaurant Systems Assembler is responsible to keep an eye on supplies (shells, mounting boxes, cartons, lever brackets, etc.), track parts and inform supervisor when supplies are running low. Assemblers make decisions as to when to change jobs to keep an even flow of work within the department
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  • Perform standard work assigned to meet production requirements and the respective schedules
  • Flex to work different tasks and work cells to meet business objectives and customer needs
  • Monitor, assist, and improve all aspects of Safety, Quality, Delivery, Inventory, and Productivity in the work cells
  • Adhere to Standard Work and complete continuous improvement activities
  • Utilize computer to access work instructions, access and/or input labor tracking, work in progress tracking, non-conformance tracking, and configuration information
  • Complete required training for product assembly, work instruction layout, procedures, and processes
  • Complete certification training to perform various tasks within the assigned work cell
  • Work towards becoming an expert associate for assigned cell tasks
  • Support Honeywell Operating System (HOS) including Lean principles, teamwork, continuous improvement, 5S, daily management and documentation of standard work
  • Actively participate in daily Tier 1 Meetings and associated tasks
  • Become part of a flexible work force, supporting ISC operational and production needs as required
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  • Affixes a variety of sub-assemblies to inside of enclosures and metering products following print layouts, verbal and written instructions
  • Lifts finished enclosures into boxes for shipment, cuts, forms and tapes boxes for appropriate sizing using hand tools. Palletizes boxes
  • Performs 5S & Continuous Improvement activities
  • Experience in a machine shop/sheet metal processing manufacturing environment
  • No relocation benefit is being offered for this position. Only candidates that currently reside within the immediate geographical area of Sherman, TX will be considered
  • Ability to lift 40 lbs occasionally to frequently (33-66%) and up to 75 lbs. occasionally
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  • Regulator Assembler Station 3
  • A high school diploma or GED (General Education Degree) is required
  • No relocation provided. Candidate must reside within the 50 miles of the work location in order to be considered
  • Minimum of 1 year of manufacturing experience and/or mechanical amplitude experience
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  • Perform simple repetitive bench assembly of parts and components
  • Maintain organization of area
  • Be able to read blueprints and shop drawings
  • Troubleshoot and resolve problems as they arise
  • Must reside within a 50 mile radius of work location; no relocation benefit is provided
  • Able to regularly lift 35 pounds without assistance. Occasionally lift more than 35 lbs. with assistance
  • Must be able to work flexible hours including days and weekends with little advanced notice
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  • Perform assembly, complex and repetitive wiring, and/or UPS operations to complete sub-assemblies and final assembly of product
  • Responsible for visual inspections of material before and after assembly
  • Use various fixtures, gauges, and assembly tools to assemble, adjust, or repair product
  • Adheres to work instructions and all environmental, health, safety rules and regulations
  • Ensure machines and tools are properly calibrated and perform housekeeping duties as necessary using the principles of 5S+
  • Locate available parts using Kanban system
  • Frequently lift subassemblies and parts weighing up to 50 pounds while completing assembly process
  • Assist team in achieving plant and departmental goals
  • Solder parts as needed
  • Perform duties as required
  • Relocation assistance is not available for this position. Only candidates in the immediate geographical area (60 mile radius) will be considered
  • Ability to work daily and/or weekend overtime
  • Ability to frequently stand or bend during the assembly process
  • Basic working knowledge and experience with computers
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  • An understanding of the production systems, use of hand tools, torque drivers, pneumatic tools
  • Must be able to read and interpret wiring schematics, drawings and bills of material
  • Make simple set-ups and perform routine, preventative maintenance
  • Will perform ongoing minor troubleshooting and maintenance of equipment
  • Will also move material as needed to complete responsibilities using material handling carts. Will need lifting capabilities - 75 lbs.; push/pull 100lbs
  • Exhibit a strong adherence to quality by continually seeking methods of improvement for all functions of the position. Ensure quality criteria are met by review of documents, consciences assembly and proper employment of quality verification checklist
  • Receive and carry out work assignments from management and internal customers so as to fulfill customer orders in a timely manner
  • Perform assigned function from oral / written instructions, drawings, travel documents, manufacturing information, hand drawn layout request. Closely follow established procedures for completing assigned function
  • Ensure all safety and industrial hygiene requirements are maintained
  • Work from manufacturing information such as Kanban cards, MI’s, requisitions and oral or written instructions
  • Minimum one year industrial/manufacturing experience
  • No relocation benefit is being offered for this position. Only candidates that currently reside within the immediate geographical area (50 miles) will be considered
  • Proficient math and reading skills
  • Must have ability to read and understand wiring schematics and drawings
  • Saturday and daily overtime is required frequently
  • Employee must be willing to participate in training opportunities
  • Must have working knowledge of business systems, employee relations, and manufacturing operations. Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Incumbent is responsible for complying with environmental and security rules and procedures. Incumbent is also responsible for complying with occupational safety and health standards and all rules, regulations, procedures, and orders issued related to OSH Act which are applicable to the incumbent's own actions and conduct including bringing unsafe acts and conditions to the attention of Management
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  • Assembly of electromechanical assemblies and sub-assemblies
  • Ensure activities are performed correctly and proper tooling and documentation is used
  • Must have the ability to utilize hand tools such as, but not limited to, pliers, wrenches, screwdrivers, arbor press, vises, soldering iron, depth micrometers, calipers and dial indicators
  • May disassemble hardware to evaluate condition and reassemble to blueprint
  • And OIS
  • Perform cross training when required
  • May be reassigned to other product groups
  • Adhere to all safety rules and regulations
  • May be temporarily reassigned to cover workload in other areas of production as necessary
  • Ensure that tooling is in calibration before use
  • Minimum 1 year of experience working in a manufacturing environment required
  • This position requires use of information or access to hardware which is subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). All applicants must be U.S. persons within the meaning of ITAR. ITAR defines a U.S. person as a U.S. Citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident (i.e. ‘Green Card Holder’), Political Asylee, or Refugee
  • Ability to work from written and verbal instructions. Understanding of blueprints
  • Makes Decisions/Solves Problems – Identifies and raises issues and problems in a constructive manner
  • Drive for Results – Continuously raises performance standards and strives for superior performance
  • Job Knowledge – Learns and masters the required job skills in their current position
  • Commitment – Committed to ensuring that Eaton remains successful and competitive through their own personal commitment to their job. Is flexible, adaptable and demonstrates a willingness to change. Has good attendance record from both an absenteeism and punctuality perspective
  • Communication/Teamwork – Effectively communicates and works to build relationships with people within and/or outside own department. Works effectively in a diverse environment, respecting different ideas, perspectives, and values of others on teams, as well as within own department and in general day-to-day interactions. Behaves in accordance with the beliefs and commitments expressed in the Eaton Philosophy
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Unload paint line as required
  • Maintain organization of area, specifically the paint line unload area
  • Multitask throughout the day between assembling responsibility and paint line unload responsibilities
  • Ability to work overtime with little to no notice as necessary for customer requirements
  • High School education or equivalent (i.e., diploma or GED)
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  • Assemble, wire, inspect, test and package fixtures via an assembly line or workbench process
  • Enter complete and accurate work order information as required
  • Perform quality checks consistent with the inspection and control plans
  • Inventory/replenish parts to assembly stations
  • Use Kanban system to assure availability of parts
  • Maintain equipment and work areas in a clean and orderly manner and maintain the 5S+ Check sheet
  • Work with various groups of employees in team based environment
  • Bring health and safety issues, unsafe acts and safety suggestions to management’s attention
  • Actively participate in accident, injury and illness prevention activities
  • Identify and correct hazards and unsafe conditions
  • High School diploma or equivalent from an accredited institution, or three months related experience
  • Prior manufacturing experience
  • Knowledge of Light Fixture Assembly – LED and lamps
  • Ability to work effectively in a team oriented environment
  • Attention to detail and adaptability
  • Technical aptitude (ability to read wiring diagrams and other technical drawings)
  • Ability to perform other functions as required
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  • Perform rotating work station line assembly operations to assemble cordless tools and sub-assemblies
  • Responsibilities include work quality/job performance, team member effectiveness, individual behavior/attendance and improvements (safety, quality, etc)
  • 1+ years of related assembly experience preferred
  • Ability to read and understand work instructions and safety guidelines
  • Use and be familiar with assembly and measuring tools, interpret visual aids and be able to perform simple math
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate orally effectively with co-workers and other departments
  • Able to operate air and hand tools, lift up to 10 lbs. frequently and 40 lbs. occasionally
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  • Candidate must have the aptitude to learn manufacturing processes with 0 - 1 year of manufacturing/assembly experience
  • All qualified applications must have the ability to bend, stoop, stand, kneel, and lift up to 40 lbs. as needed throughout the day
  • All applicants must have experience working with various hand tools
  • All applicants must have the ability to read, write, speak, and understand the English language
  • Must be at least 18 years if age or older
  • Due to ITAR, all applicants must be a US Citizen or a current Green Card holder
  • All candidates must pass VALPAR skill assessment tool
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  • Production and Processing - Knowledge of raw materials, production processes, quality control, costs, and other techniques for maximizing the effective manufacture and distribution of goods
  • Mathematics - Knowledge of arithmetic and its applications
  • Monitoring - Monitoring/Assessing performance of yourself to make improvements or take corrective action
  • Near Vision - The ability to see details at close range (within a few feet of the observer)
  • Manual Dexterity - The ability to quickly move your hand, your hand together with your arm, or your two hands to grasp, manipulate, or assemble objects
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  • 0 years relevant assembly experience; proven mechanical capability preferred
  • Ability to read and understand English
  • Operate hand tools, electrical tools, hand cutters, measuring equipment and light equipment
  • Ability to read blue prints with some supervision
  • Basic mechanical knowledge
  • Basic Shop Math Skills
  • Experience in installing aircraft fasteners, solid rivets, double action bolts, NAS, MS & AN hardware desired
  • Willing to perform any task necessary to ensure the on-time delivery of the product to the customer
  • Willing to cross-train and work in all areas of assembly operation
  • Willing to perform hand and body warm-up exercises to minimize potential for repetitive motion injuries
  • Must be able to work in a standing position up to 8 hours per day
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  • Must have a passing score on Valpar
  • All qualified individuals must have the ability to bend, stoop, stand, and kneel for 8+ hours per day and lift 50+ lbs repetitively
  • Must pass vision assessment to Near Vision: jaeger #2 and Far Vision: 20/30
  • Must have the ability to pass respiratory medical certification
  • Must have the ability to wear PPE (safety glasses, hearing protection and steel toed safety shoes)
  • Must be willing to work varying shifts, overtime, nights, weekends, and holidays as needed in order to support (24) hour coverage at least (5) days a week
  • Must be willing to relocate to San Marcos, Texas: No relocation or interview travel reimbursement available at this time
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  • 3 or more years related experience required
  • Basic computer and math skills
  • Ability to read diagrams, drawings, and follow work instructions within established guidelines
  • Must be able to lift 38 lbs on a routine basis
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assembles product in an efficient manner to achieve highest quality as per ISO standard
  • Reads blueprints, piping schematics, and bill of materials information
  • Uses necessary tools and equipment to assemble products
  • Performs some material handling functions including operation fork lifts
  • Performs other duties as assigned or required
  • One (1) year experience in manufacturing environment
  • Education Type: High School Diploma or General Equivalent Diploma (GED) is required
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  • Assembly, testing, quality and packing of LED components and lights
  • Must observe all safety rules and regulations at all times
  • Follow Eaton Quality Standard Process
  • Perform additional related duties as required
  • This job has no supervisory responsibilities
  • No relocation benefit is being offered for this position. Only candidates that currently reside within the immediate geographical area of Vicksburg, MS will be considered
  • Electrical systems experience or professional certification
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word
  • Ability to work in a fast paced manufacturing environment- strong multi-tasking skills
  • Ability to problem solve and to be a creative thinker
  • Ability to complete basic shop math
  • Ability to follow planning and scheduling directions from supervisor, planner, and/or FFM
  • Ability to deal with problems involving a few concrete variables in standardized situations
  • Ability to read written work instructions. Microsoft Word
  • Ability to read and follow detailed instructions within a Manufacturing Instruction (MI)
  • Ability to perform at a rapid, repetitive pace
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Under moderate supervision, this position is responsible for repetitive and non-repetitive assembly of mechanical units
  • The individual will disassemble, modify, rework, and reassemble sub-assemblies and assemblies according to specifications
  • Follow defined procedures and processes using various equipment in order to complete tasks
  • May train, mentor and provide assistance to less experienced assemblers
  • Will interface with team members in order to solve defined issues and complete tasks. T
  • Will receive written and verbal instructions on routine assignments
  • Need to read and understand instructions and escalate issues/discrepancies when they arise in a timely manner
  • Will support HOS activities, recommend corrective actions, perform 5S audits and participate in Kaizen events
  • Use continuous improvement and HOS tools to help improve work environment and processes
  • Participate in 'root cause analysis' type conversations
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  • 50% - Paints rocket motors, casing and sub-assemblies; assembles and packages parts. Cleans and assembles equipment, cleans tools, parts and work area
  • 40% - Weighs material to load igniters, crimp check resistance and complete assembly. Assembly of AFDs, grit blast, clean, or assemble rocket motors and various other duties as required in the manufacturing of igniters
  • 10% - Performs assembly pack out igniters
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  • 50% - Prepare motors for shipment, cast, wind, weld and grind as required of product. Work safely and perform other duties as assigned
  • 15% - Use hand tools, lining machine, tool-up/de-tool machines. Push loaded cast carts that weigh up to 1,700lbs
  • 35% - Learn and follow the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and the Machine Operating Instructions (MOI) for cast, lining, tool-up and other machines as needed
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  • Assembles standard level components using standard and specially designed hand tools, follows Established Methods as described in Assembly Drawings, EQAI’s, etc
  • Reads, interprets and verifies accuracy of documented Established Methods that include Assembly Drawings, EQAI’s and other related documents for assembly instructions
  • Verifies that completed product meets all documented specifications by signing Route Card
  • Works on orders as directed by the Production Supervisor or based on backlog to meet stock and customer delivery dates
  • Is trained in practical knowledge of the product and is trained to follow established troubleshooting procedures
  • Notifies the Production Supervisor of orders that will not ship on time, cause of delay, and estimated recovery time
  • The Assembler I requests help from the Production Supervisor when the standard troubleshooting techniques do not provide a product that meets all mechanical specifications
  • Provides feedback to the Production Supervisor on observed trends, unusual failure conditions, deviations from written standards, and suggested improvements in assembly methods in their product line
  • Provides training and back-up as requested by Unit Manager or Supervisor
  • High School Diploma or equivalent AND
  • Good verbal communication
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  • Bolts, clips, screws, cements or otherwise fastens parts together
  • Works at different workstations as production needs require
  • Works on line where tasks vary as different model of same article moves along line
  • Utilizes basic Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) practices where applicable
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  • Must be a US citizen or permanent legal resident, due to government programs
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience soldering
  • Solder certificate or vocational training desired
  • Solder certification (DoD 1866) is strongly desired
  • Prior aerospace, machining, automotive or sweat joint soldering experience desired
  • Ability to read and understand drawings, schematics, blue prints, and work instructions
  • Experience working in an environment of continuous process improvement. A59100 experience desired
  • Good interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively with others
  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written. English proficiency is required
  • Needs to be self-motivated and work independently on assignments with minimal oversight or direction
  • Ability to interact effectively with supervision, management and customer representatives
  • High attention to detail and data accuracy
  • Demonstrated knowledge of workplace Health & Safety requirements
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  • Ability to distinguish between colored wiring
  • Previous 1 year experience with product electrical assembly in manufacturing environment
  • Experience with sheet metal preferred
  • Ability to read schematics and wiring diagrams
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Performs a variety of tasks ranging from repetitive to non-repetitive production assembly operations on electronic and/ or mechanical assemblies and subassemblies such as modules, boards, panels, drawers, frames, and cables
  • Works from diagrams and drawings, makes initial layouts, and uses hand and/or power tools
  • Makes continuity checks on work in process and completed
  • Understands quality specifications
  • May disassemble, modify, rework, reassemble, and test experimental or prototype assemblies and subassemblies according to specifications and under simulated conditions
  • Performs a variety of tasks ranging from repetitive to non-repetitive production assembly operations on electronic and/or mechanical assemblies and subassemblies such as modules, boards, panels, drawers, frames, and cables
  • Works from diagrams and drawings, makes initial layouts, and uses hand and/or power tools, jigs, and saws
  • May conduct quality inspections on processing line in accordance with quality specifications
  • High School diploma with 0 years experience
  • Knowledge of techniques, approaches, guidelines, policies and procedures in the job area
  • Must be able to perform assembly techniques in order to make modifications, rework and assemblies
  • Ability to perform good problem solving techniques which are fully defined and available through the supervisor, coworkers and written materials
  • Must possess good, verbal and written communication skills for minimal interaction with others
  • Current J-STD-001 certification
  • Understands basic electronics symbols and theory
  • Ability to interpret schematics
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  • Must be able to work with various chemicals and solvents for long periods
  • Ability to perform basic problem solving techniques defined through the supervisor, coworkers and written materials
  • Must possess basic verbal and written communication skills for minimal interaction with others
  • Utilize production work orders, documents, drawings and specifications to perform tasks
  • Ability to follow standard operating and safety procedures when using tools, equipment, chemicals and solvents
  • Ability to mask and unmask, in preparation for processing, using solid or liquid masking materials
  • Basic mathematics knowledge for mixing chemicals and solvents
  • Familiarity with chemical and solvent variations
  • Ability to work well in a team environment that is committed to completing each task “Right and On Time”
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  • May conduct quality inspections on processing line in accordance with
  • Quality specifications
  • Performs a variety of tasks ranging from repetitive to non-repetitive production assembly operations on electronic and/or mechanical assemblies and subassemblies such as modules, boards, panels, drawers, frames, and cables. Works from diagrams and drawings, makes initial layouts, and uses hand and/or power tools, jigs, and saws
  • Must be able to perform assembly techniques in order to make modifications, reworks and assemblies
  • Ability to perform basic problem solving techniques which are fully defined and available through the supervisor, coworkers and written materials
  • Must possess basic, verbal and written communication skills for minimal interaction with others
  • Experience with Filter assemblies and/or current J-STD-001 certification
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  • High School Diploma or G.E.D required from an accredited institution
  • Authorized to work in United States without company sponsorship
  • No relocation is provided. Candidate must reside within a 50 mile radius of Lincoln, IL in order to be considered
  • Previous manufacturing or assembly experience
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  • Works from drawings, engineering specifications, and manufacturing information to complete assembly and wiring of control equipment
  • Determines necessary parts and material, and prepares requisition to obtain parts and material from stock
  • Prepares wire for assembly by cutting, stripping, and attaching terminals
  • Lies out, assembles, wires, adjusts, fits and modifies parts, components, and sub-assemblies to form completed control assembly
  • May require lifting, bending, ladder work and other forms of movement
  • Checks electrical / mechanical performance of completed assemblies to ensure conformance to Asheville Plant quality standards, and makes necessary adjustments and alignment when required
  • Executes engineering and customer changes and makes repairs as required
  • Reports irregularities or equipment malfunctions to coach
  • Maintains records as required
  • Observes all safety and hygiene rules and regulations
  • Maintains work area in a neat and orderly manner
  • Other assignments as required
  • High school diploma or G.E.D. from an accredited institution
  • No relocation benefit is being offered for this position. Only candidates that currently reside within the immediate geographical area of Arden, NC will be considered
  • Able to lift 35 pounds – waist, shoulder, overhead
  • Able to read blue prints and wiring diagrams
  • Proven history of safe work habits
  • Ability to work effectively without direct supervision
  • Computer skills – Microsoft Office, Internet, etc
  • Ability to work overtime – weekdays and weekends
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  • Completes during the manufacturing process: cuffing, gluing, assembly, hand marking catheters, and running leak, packaging, prep, removing flash, cleaning components, setting pins, lead testing and pull testing
  • Follows safety, HAZCOM and GMP guidelines. Follows applicable SOPs, MANSOPs, TMs and drawings. Checks MANSOPs to verify procedures and revisions
  • Monitors processes for rejects or deviations from quality standards. Rework and scrap
  • Meet labor standards established for each operation
  • May be called upon to complete other tasks as needed and assigned by the supervisor
  • May assist with training of new employees
  • Competency and understanding of the English language. Conversation, reading and writing skills
  • Basic knowledge of measuring devices (i.e. ruler, calipers)
  • Ability to follow written directions in English
  • Good hand/eye coordination and ability to handle and manufacture small and delicate parts
  • Familiarity with microscopes
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  • Have the ability to work with and mix chemicals as called for in the procedure
  • Have the ability to process parts in an explosion proof room
  • Maintain high quality and production standards and keep records accurately
  • Have the ability to mix chemicals as called for in the procedure
  • Produce and measure product to insure compliance to blueprint and work instruction specifications
  • Identify cost savings
  • Communicate ideas, problems, and concerns to management
  • Minimum of one (1) to three (3) years of related manufacturing/operations experience
  • Prior work experience in manufacturing and assembly required
  • Basic Math Skills required
  • Ability to understand, follow and effectively communicate verbal and written instructions
  • Bending, lifting, sitting, standing, and twisting for long periods of time
  • Use of hands and dexterity required
  • Must pass vision test
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  • Reading and understanding drawings
  • Reading Shop Orders and work instructions
  • Quality System Regulations
  • Understand assembly procedures
  • Recognize problems and take corrective measures within scope of authority; notify supervisor
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  • Understands Quality and the effect it has in a production environment
  • Managerial Courage
  • Learning/Change Agility
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  • Must have good eye/hand coordination and fine motor skills
  • Must have the ability to work well with other in a fast pace work environment
  • Must be able to follow precise directions and adhere to specifications
  • Ability to understand and use various hand tools to set up and adjust equipment
  • Ability to coach and mentor employees new to the work center
  • Must be able to lift a 20” x 20” x 12” object weighing up to 50 pounds from floor to shoulder height up to 4 times per hour without assistance
  • Ability to stand or sit for extended periods
  • Ability to work as a team or individually
  • Is able and willing to work overtime
  • Ability to communicate with other shifts of operation
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  • Maintain all manufacturing and quality records; accurately and legibly record required information
  • May operate automatic or semi-automatic assembly equipment
  • Follow instructions/directions from Group Leader and Team Leader
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  • Understand and follow all procedures and Good Manufacturing practices including those that outline safety, housekeeping, cleanliness, equipment calibration, component and material labeling, assembly/process specifications, etc
  • Maintain all manufacturing and quality records. Accurately and legibly record required information
  • Inspection of the work completed by other team members as well as work completed by prior work center
  • Previous medical device assembly experience
  • Previous Medtronic experience
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  • This position requires basic communications skills and basic mathematics skills
  • The ability to utilize a variety of instructions in written, oral, diagram or visual sample form, to process and construct acceptable finished goods and WIP product
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, distance vision and the ability to adjust focus
  • One year experience in Medical Device or Electronics assembly experience
  • Experience in Regulated environment, GMP or ISO is preferred
  • Experience using a microscope or inspection equipment is preferred
  • Proficient in minimum 3 core processes for catheter assembly (Internal applicants only)
  • Ability to operate heat boxes, Reflow ovens, measurement tools and all other tooling associated with catheter assembly
  • There is no travel required for this position
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  • Position and align parts in specified relationship to each other and uses hand or power tools to secure parts
  • Mount assembled components on chassis, panels or circuit boards
  • Route wiring and cabling through assembly to terminals according to color codes and solders or wraps wire around terminals to provide electrical connection
  • Perform intermediate assembly tasks such as potting, encapsulating, cleaning, coating, epoxy bonding, wiring, stamping, and color coding parts and assemblies
  • Adjust, repair, or replace electronic component parts to correct defects and to ensure conformance to specifications
  • Read and interpret schematic drawings, diagrams, specifications, work orders, or reports to determine materials requirements or assembly instructions
  • Develop accurate and intelligible work instructions
  • Must be at assigned worksite during assigned hours 100% of time; less PTO, FML/STD/LTD
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  • Cleans tools and equipment per documented procedures
  • Records information on approved documents
  • Disposes hazardous waste material on corresponding hazardous waste areas
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  • Mechanical assembly of optical components
  • Running computer aided imaging and alignment systems
  • Mixing and applying chemical solutions
  • Must be flexible and able to adapt to frequent process changes
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  • Assembly Conducts all types of assembly work to produce a semi-finished or final products/systems/panels, including the packing where integrated with production lines. Work is typically done manually or by using light hand tools
  • Health & safety Conducts shop floor operation in compliance with health & safety guidelines and reports any non-compliance
  • Organization Operates within standard operating procedures and maintains a clean work area
  • Health & safety Conducts shop floor operations in compliance with health & safety guidelines and reports any non-compliance
  • Two year's experience in a manufacturing environment
  • Previous experience with a wide variety of small hand and power tools, wire strippers, crimping tools, soldiering tools, hand taps and punches, hand trucks, heat guns, precision measuring tools, a computers and keyboards
  • Previous experience with assembly drawings and procedure manuals
  • Basic mathematical skills: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals
  • Silver-level Career Readiness Certification (CRC) or higher
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  • Must effectively use a variety of hand tools and power tools, i.e. wrenches, pliers, screw drivers, hammers, air impact, grinders, files and reamers, etc
  • File edges and ream holes to properly align parts
  • Affix subassemblies to main assemblies, i.e. chassis, gears, housings, transmissions, etc
  • Set clearances between parts to prescribed tolerances
  • Position control mechanisms and connection levers and rods with correct bolts, rivets or other fasteners as directed
  • Lubricate assemblies as needed
  • Mount assemblies in test fixtures and observe performance
  • Work from blueprint or engineering specifications
  • Perform subassemblies of a variety of components as needed for assembly line
  • Prepare parts for paint or shipping to dealers
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  • Applies advanced skills to wire, assemble, test, troubleshoot, and calibrate moderately complex equipment and sub assemblies. Areas of expertise include electrical interconnect, mechanical, pneumatic, fluid flow, or vacuum technologies. Makes own set-ups, alignments and adjustments, maintaining tolerance according to instructions. Disassembles, modifies, reworks, refurbishes, reassembles and tests units as required. Follows work orders, schematics, wiring diagrams, engineering specifications, sketches, assembly shop and production operations sheets, parts and wire lists, written and/or verbal instructions to construct electro-mechanical, vacuum and/or pneumatic assemblies, subassemblies and components
  • May perform final assembly installations at customer site. Proficient in at least one product or platform
  • NOTE: Duties for this and all Assembler levels are generically defined to describe job functions with similar skill levels. Area supervision has responsibility for defining and communicating those duties which apply to specific job functions within the classification
  • Has developed proficiency in a range of processes or procedures to carry out assigned tasks
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  • Performs a variety of routine electro-mechanical assembly operations, troubleshooting and repair. Adjusts, aligns and/or performs 'go-no go' tests using test fixtures or non-diagnostic electronic testing devices. Identifies and corrects errors. Retests
  • Applies skills to wire, assemble, test, troubleshoot, and calibrate equipment and sub assemblies. Makes own set-ups, alignments and adjustments, maintaining tolerance according to instructions. Disassembles, modifies, reworks, refurbishes, reassembles and tests units as required. Follows basic work orders, schematics, wiring diagrams, sketches, assembly shop and production operations sheets, parts and wire lists, written and/or verbal instructions to construct electro-mechanical, vacuum and/or pneumatic assemblies, subassemblies and components
  • May perform final assembly installations at customer site
  • Records basic data and provides status updates. Utilizes standard hand tools and fixtures for precise locating and positioning of parts. Typical tasks include connecting components or assemblies into housings, panels or chassis. Mounts and adjusts switches, springs, clamps, shafts, interconnecting devices, terminals, wiring harness ends, gears, nobs, tubing, fitting belts, chains, timers, motors, pumps, etc. Cuts wire to specific sizes, strips tins or binds wire parts, connect component lead wires and wiring harness ends to specified terminal points. Identifies defective parts
  • NOTE; Duties for this and all Assembler levels are generically defined to describe job functions with similar skill levels. Area supervision has responsibility for defining and communicating those duties which apply to specific job functions within this classification
  • Has developed skills to perform day-to-day activities
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Work to maintain daily and/or hourly production and /or materials, or maintenance expectations as directed by management
  • Assembles parts and components to build various types of products using common hand and power assembly tools working from schematics, samples and verbal instructions
  • Exercises judgment in fitting, aligning and adjusting components to meet quality specifications
  • Responsible for recognizing malfunctions or material defects and making adjustments
  • Responsible for achieving line display board goals each week
  • Responsible for completing daily 5-D and PM sheets as directed
  • Performs related duties as assigned or as the situation dictates
  • Ability to stand or sit for long periods of time
  • Performs all work in accordance with established safety procedures
  • Additional responsibilities may be directed by TopWorx
  • Fluent in English (reading and writing)
  • Ability to complete basic math functions (addition/subtraction/multiplication/division)
  • Ability to read and understand production shop orders and instructions
  • Ability to lift 40 pounds intermittently
  • Ability to sit and/or stand daily up to 10 hours
  • Ability to defer to management when appropriate
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  • Performs a variety of repetitive operations to assemble precision, electromechanical or mechanical subassemblies where methods and sequence of assembly are clearly written and described
  • Assembles components at a pace consistent with the speed of the assembly line, occasionally performing two or more assembly operations simultaneously
  • Performs bar code transactions using Nypro Worldwide Bar Code System
  • Fits, aligns, calibrates and adjusts parts and mechanisms to meet tolerances and product operating requirements, using various common hand tools and automated assembly tools such as drill press, ultra-sonic welders, heat and punch presses
  • May operate a variety of machines including drilling and tapping machines, solvent bonding equipment, decorating/painting machines such as hotstampers and pad printers, ultra-sonic welders, date coders, and shrink-wrap machines
  • Performs visual and dimensional inspection of parts to ensure conformance to specifications
  • May be required to work with quality plans
  • Monitors automation system for outputs (yield & utilization) and general performance
  • Complete tracking documents and other related paperwork as required
  • May assist in the set-up of an assigned assembly station
  • May occasionally service automated system(s) for component replenishment and audible alarms
  • Visually inspects component parts and assemblies, checking for defects that vary from quality standards
  • May prepare boxes, pack, seal and label product(s)
  • Learns machine cleaning as required
  • Learns to apply and support lean manufacturing principles
  • Supports all company safety and quality programs and initiatives
  • High School Diploma/GED and 0 years related experience
  • Ability to read and write in English, Ability to perform basic math and interpret and execute work instructions
  • At least 20/40 near vision
  • Occasionally lifting or moving average weight material (up to 25 lbs)
  • Repetitive hand work and grasping of small components
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Collects and prepares necessary materials for assembly
  • Following work orders and company procedures, assembles units, parts of units, consoles, brackets, and other parts
  • Transforms individual components into electro-mechanical and optical assemblies using necessary tools and equipment
  • Exercises responsibility for quantity and quality of parts
  • Handles and processes flawed products for return to vendor or repair
  • Maintains paperwork as required
  • Performs routine preventative maintenance
  • Conducts routine quality checks as required
  • Verifies counts to the parts to be assembled
  • Applies labels to parts after assembly
  • Sets up and operates simple, repetitive equipment
  • Maintains proper housekeeping throughout the entire shift to ensure safety
  • Performs other duties as needed upon request by immediate supervisor
  • Trained in the proper use of equipment
  • Experience with lean manufacturing techniques requested
  • Experience in ISO or Six Sigma environments helpful
  • Hands on experience with small hand and power tools used in assembly operations
  • Ability to perform basic tasks for assembly and data entry on computers
  • Ability to follow instructions
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  • 6 months+ experience in Mechanical Assembly, punch press, machining, or resistance welding
  • Must have a minimum of a high school diploma or GED
  • Must pass background check
  • Must pass drug test
  • Must have valid Driver's license
  • Stable Work history required
  • Check completed assemblies to assure proper operations
  • Visually check parts used in assemblies for obvious defects and disassemble and reassemble finished products as required to correct malfunctions
  • Maintain accurate records of work performed
  • Requires close, direct supervision
  • Hours 8 a.m. to 5 p.m
  • Pay rate $11.91 hour
  • 6 month contract (not temp to hire)
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  • Use power pneumatic and hand tools
  • Operate fork trucks and hoists
  • Perform repetitive progressive line assembly of parts and sub-assemblies on any line in the plant in accordance with predetermined methods and sequences
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  • Reads work orders, follows production drawings and sample assemblies, or receives verbal instructions regarding duties to be performed
  • Positions and aligns parts in specified relationship to each other in jig, fixture or other holding device
  • Crimps, stakes, screws, bolts, rivets, welds, solders, cements, press fits or performs similar operations to join or secure parts in place
  • Mounts assembled components to boards or units
  • May install multi-level subassemblies and modules into Racks using complex configurations
  • Installs finished assemblies or subassemblies in cases and cabinets
  • Assembles and attaches hardware, such as caps, clamps, knobs and switches, to assemblies
  • Performs intermediate assembly tasks, such as potting, encapsulating, sanding, cleaning, epoxy bonding, curing, stamping, etching, impregnating and color-coding parts and assemblies
  • Tends machines that press, shape or wind component parts
  • Performs online go-not-go testing and inspection to ensure parts and assemblies meet production specifications and standards
  • Sets up station with the correct documents and components per assembly drawing
  • Handles/install polarized/non-polarized components on designated location on product
  • Adjusts or trims materials from components to achieve specified electrical requirements or dimensional characteristics
  • Assist in performing repair work
  • Perform preventative maintenance on production line machinery
  • Connects component lead wires to printed circuit or routes and connects wires between individual component leads and other components, connectors, terminals and contact points
  • Performs light physical tasks such as changing conveyor width
  • Performs solder masking, taping non-solderable area, installing e-prom into the sockets and placing Rev labels on the boards per production's documents
  • Properly loads boards on pallets
  • Inspects nonconforming solder join defects on PTH and SMT chips component
  • Collects data using the SPC charts
  • Fills out returned forms of conforming and nonconforming materials and prepares set up kits for incoming shift
  • Performs basic touch up, removal and placement, inspecting own work and the work of others following applicable work instructions and quality procedures
  • Detects nonconforming defects and their defect codes to enter into shop floor control systems
  • Assists, instructs and qualifies new operators
  • Reports deviations from standard procedures to engineering or supervisor and provides inputs on quality improvements
  • Systems - Assemble complex units for wiring, connecting difference sub-assemblies and nodes into large rack systems
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Perform standard and non-standard setups exercising judgment in making adjustments to equipment to assure conformance to specifications
  • Perform routine preventive maintenance
  • Verify part quality. Employ SPC techniques and take appropriate action
  • Actively participate in process improvement teams
  • Recommend changes to and participate in the revision of manufacturing procedures
  • Perform daily organization and cleanup of work area
  • May train other Instrument Builders
  • Follow safety guidelines and report unsafe conditions to supervision
  • Perform electronic transactions within the business operating system as necessary
  • Performs multiple production tasks to allow for effective job rotations
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Minimum of 1 year of experience in hand assembly on a fast paced assembly line
  • Experience in pharmaceutical packaging is preferred
  • Working knowledge of tools, inspection equipment, and work methods
  • Ability to work independently, as well as within a team
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Set up material, coils, and stack core lamination into coil openings to form proper core spacing and build up. Band, clamp, and weld core and coils for 45 KVA and larger single and three phase units
  • Performs basic preventative maintenance on Georg. Sets up stack tables and stacks core to specified requirements. Welds core clamps onto completed units
  • Places insulating material inside coils, insert and position core lamination through coil opening until required buildup is obtained. Form lamination corners by tapping with a mallet and tape lamination end when necessary to hold in position
  • Band core as needed to close lamination gaps using an air banding machine. Spot welds cores with an electric hand operated spot welder
  • Cuts, inserts and shims insulation board between coils, spaces core clamps, and assembles metal frame on core and coil. Occasionally required to fabricate insulation using shears and band saws
  • Clamp core and coil unit with bands or bolts, 2-piece or 4-piece type core clamps
  • Places bill of material with shop order number and catalog number, with unit and places unit on conveyor or floor
  • Dismantles failed units under the direction of Quality Assurance or Engineering
  • Orders core steel and loads on dereeler for cutting
  • Loads data to Georg computer for proper dimensions
  • Measures initial core steel pieces to insure correct size is being sheared. Maintains tolerances specified by Engineering
  • Setup core steel on stack table and maintain proper dimensions, Stack ‘E.&#8217
  • Land coils on core legs and install proper insulation per BIL requirements. Install yoke and weld clamp assembly
  • Drives forklift and stacker to move material
  • The ability to work in the United States on an ongoing basis without company sponsorship
  • Previous manufacturing and/or assembly experience
  • Forklift and/or crane experience
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  • Service Assembler
  • Must reside within 50 miles or Waukesha, WI in order to be considered. No relocation provided
  • 1 year of assembly and/or manufacturing experience
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Performs routine assembly operations of a repetitive nature on electro mechanical components and subassemblies in the product line in accordance with the company's procedures for safety and quality
  • Fits, aligns, and adjusts parts and components; Attaches hardware and seals assembly; Solders, lugs, routes, and ties electrical components
  • Works with samples, simple drawings, as well as written and verbal instructions. Uses hand tools such as long nose pliers, power screwdrivers and soldering iron to perform work
  • Assist with final quality testing of finished systems to make sure each is functioning according to customer specifications prior to shipment
  • Maintain accurate documentation of product test results and update troubleshooting logs
  • Accept a dynamic work schedule at times, including late nights and weekends
  • Inspects product as it is being built and refers any problem to Supervisor
  • Daily communication with all team members and supervisor
  • Provide high quality and timely service to all internal customers
  • Listen to and understand customer requirements and take prompt, appropriate action that exceeds expectation
  • Provide training and mentoring to team, including documented OJT (on the job training)
  • Leads continuous improvement activities and ensure compliance to 5S program
  • Work with manufacturing engineering on processes and changes
  • Strong ability to perform at a high level of expertise in front of a customer
  • High School education or equivalent
  • IPC 610 and J Standard 0001 Certificate Preferred; requires previous assembly experience
  • Three to Five (3-5) years of electrical/electronic assembly experience or equivalent combination
  • Must have experience in soldering and assembly using tools such as hand tools such as long nose pliers, power screwdrivers and soldering iron
  • Ability to perform basic and routine repetitive mechanical assembly operations on components and subassemblies using fixtures, screwdrivers, etc
  • Requires three (3) years of excellent solder skills as well as sub assembly/ top assembly skills
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  • Must have good visual and color perception and good manual dexterity
  • Must be able to become Product Quality Verification (PQV) Level I certified within 180 days
  • Requires the ability to read and write in English
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assemble printed wiring boards from engineering drawings and sketches using surface mount hardware, soldering irons and microscope
  • Cut plastic sleeves and slip sleeves over wire ends to insulate connections
  • Crimp terminal eyelets and lugs to wire ends, using hand or machine crimping device
  • Route, comb, twist, wrap, tie and attach wire to terminal points, according to layout, using soldering iron and hand tools
  • Connect wiring to accessories, such as connectors, circuit breakers, plugs and switches and install accessory assemblies in electrical or electronic units, using soldering iron and hand tools
  • Conducts functional and continuity tests of electrical assemblies, components, wire harness and plugs, using ohmmeter, test lights and other electrical testing instruments
  • Pot or encapsulate electrical and electronic components and assemblies
  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED). Experience preferred in related field, but not necessary
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  • Follows standard procedures for setting and leveling skids and coolers, plus alignment of sheaves on coolers
  • Utilizes working knowledge of different types of compressors and engines
  • Reads basic blueprints with moderate supervision
  • Working knowledge of relevant HSE procedures and regulations
  • High school diploma or equivalent preferred; and two to four years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
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  • Must be able to work Second Shift)
  • High School diploma and 0-2 years experience
  • General knowledge of techniques, approaches, guidelines, policies and procedures in the job area
  • Ability to perform basic problem solving techniques which are fully defined and available through the supervisor, coworkers and
  • Experience with Filter assemblies and/or current J-STD-001 certification desired
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Build devices per drawing, routing and work instructions
  • Assemble components of safety switches, enclosed circuit breakers and engineered to order / Flex Center products using hand tools, gauges and air tools
  • Perform quality checks consistent with the Inspection and control plans
  • Read orders and drawings to determine assembly procedures such as component types and configuration, mounting locations and clearances required
  • Assemble and fit parts and components to form sub-assemblies, or completed assemblies
  • Maintain equipment and work areas in a clean and orderly manner and maintain the 5S+ checklist
  • From information provided, stage necessary component parts / material in a manner which allows for the smooth flow of order activities through the assembly / manufacturing process
  • Cross-train in various areas of the Assembly Department
  • Actively participate in health and safety training and demonstrate competency, based on training received
  • Maintain safety guarding in good working order
  • Use your knowledge to initiate and implement suggestions through the Visions program to improve the workplace and product
  • No relocation benefit is offered for this position. Only candidates residing within the immediate geographical area (within 50 miles) of the Eaton facility in Cleveland, TN will be considered for this position
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  • Oversee the operation of packaging machine as it winds product to a specified length as determined by customer requirements
  • Complete operator checklist continuously during process as required
  • Test package of wire according to requirements
  • Place finished product in packaging
  • Attach label to packaging
  • Stack finished product on skids
  • Completed required reports
  • Maintain continuous attention to safety and product quality standards
  • Meet required productivity targets for operation
  • Support HOS/continuous improvement activities
  • Manage schedule requirements and execute administrative tasks to meet requirements
  • 1 year of manufacturing or warehousing experience required
  • Continuous standing and walking throughout standard 8 hour shift, plus any overtime required
  • Ability to regularly lift 50 lbs
  • Willingness to express ideas verbally
  • Ability to make decisions and solve problems
  • Must be able to successfully operate in a team environment
  • Desire to be part of a team that works in a fast-paced, results-driven environment
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  • Good fine motor skills
  • The willingness and capability to learn new tasks
  • Good communication skills to effectively interact with peers for training and work flow coordination
  • Experience related to the fabrication of laser diode bars and arrays or similar manufacturing experience
  • 2-year technical associate’s degree
  • Experience with Microsoft Office software (Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Brush assembly preparation
  • Soldering of brushes to wires
  • Finish build of brush assembly
  • Preparation of parts for Motor build
  • Sealing of cleaning and housing and lid
  • Leak, insulation and resistance test
  • Perform Production acceptance test
  • Etch and varnish labels
  • Clutch assembly preparation
  • Glue, Clamp and cure clutch pad to worm gear
  • Grind clutch pads
  • Disassemble and clean
  • Reassemble and test of clutch
  • Fully committed to Eaton lean system
  • Responsible for making yourself aware of H & S in the area
  • Full training will be given although experience in a similar role advantageous
  • Ability to read / understand Engineering Drawings preferred
  • GCSE’s preferred
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  • Interpret customer orders (from the VISTA computer system) to determine catalog numbers, quantities, special instructions, and shipping information. Plan and schedule routine production operations based upon due dates and material on hand. Consult with the coach as required to resolve problems
  • Determine material requirements, product configuration, and assembly procedures for standard products by reference to computerized bills of material and routings
  • Determine special configuration variations by interpreting engineering data sheets and drawings
  • Pick material from storage bins to meet the requirements of assembly orders
  • Set up assembly workstations and assembly equipment such as riveters, stampers, engravers, drills, testers, and special fixtures
  • Perform a variety of assembly operations including riveting, stamping, engraving, machining, welding, press assembly, screw driving, soldering, manual assembly, potting, special processes, and others
  • Test and inspect the assembled product
  • Package and correctly label finished products in individual cartons or bags as called for by drawings
  • Package entire orders for shipment, using packaging material, which most effectively protects the product and meets the requirements of the shipping carrier. Label the packages correctly and make shipping transaction
  • Perform inquiries and data entry transactions on the business computer relating to inventory, materials usage, order status, quality, and shipping
  • Make critical adjustments to assembly equipment, as trained, in response to observed trends of test results, statistical data and visual inspection. This requires thorough understanding of the specifications of the equipment used in assembly. Contribute to process troubleshooting by reporting variations in parts and equipment performance and suggesting alternatives based on experience
  • Perform material handling and stockroom activities such as putting material in proper locations, cycle counting, picking stocked material for shipment, and maintaining associated records
  • Observe all safety rules and practices of the plant
  • Follow all quality procedures pertaining to the activities of the department
  • Maintain a neat and orderly workplace
  • Provide guidance to new or less experienced employees in the same or lower classification
  • No relocation benefit is being offered for this position. Only candidates that currently reside within the immediate geographical area (50 mile radius) of Arden, NC will be considered
  • Computer skills in AS400, Outlook, Excel and Word
  • Panel/Component Wiring Experience
  • Ability to interpret Wiring Diagrams and/or Assembly Drawings (Not Required but Preferred)
  • Job related and/ or troubleshooting experiences
  • Repetitive bending and lifting of 25 lb. or more. General factory environment
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Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assembly of electromechanical assemblies and sub-assemblies. Ensure activities are performed correctly and proper tooling and documentation is used
  • May disassemble hardware to evaluate condition and reassemble to blueprint and OIS
  • Other duties as assigned. May be temporarily reassigned to cover workload in other areas of production as necessary
  • Committed to ensuring that Eaton remains successful and competitive through their own personal commitment to their job. Is flexible, adaptable and demonstrates a willingness to change. Has good attendance record from both an absenteeism and punctuality perspective
  • Effectively communicates and works to build relationships with people within and/or outside own department. Works effectively in a diverse environment, respecting different ideas, perspectives, and values of others on teams, as well as within own department and in general day-to-day interactions. Behaves in accordance with the beliefs and commitments expressed in the Eaton Philosophy
  • No relocation benefit is being offered for this position. Only candidates that currently reside within the immediate geographical area of Grand Rapids, MI will be considered
  • Minimum of one-year experience in comparable field preferred
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  • 70% - Perform electronic component fabrication and assembly to manufacture high-reliability circuit board assemblies, cable assemblies and other hardware. Kitting of sensitive electronic parts
  • 10% - Part marking, handling and packaging
  • 10% - Perform on-site and off-site repairs
  • 5% - Follow established clean room practices
  • 5% - Ensure adherence to proper contamination control practices in all work habits and techniques. Maintain and support clean work stations
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  • Analyze assembly blueprint and specifications, plans machine building operations
  • Verify conformance of parts to stock list and blueprints
  • Lay out hole locations and drills and taps holes on parts for assembly
  • Align components for assembly and bolts, screws, dowels, welds, or rivets parts together, or arranges for assembly by Welder and Electrician
  • Verify alignment and tolerances of moving parts
  • Test operation of assembly manually or with powered controls
  • Assemble, set up, and operate machine to verify functioning, machine capabilities, and conformance to customer's specifications with wrenches, tools, calipers, and gauges to accomplish task at each level
  • Follow all quality checks and procedures. Participate in root cause analysis to reduce unnecessary quality issues
  • Communicates with coworkers, management, staff, the general public, and others in a courteous and professional manner. Assist in training of team members. Participates in Team activities to build relationships across the organization
  • This position may be assigned other duties as needed to support plant and to meet customer needs
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  • One year experience in IPC-610 and/or J-STD-001 soldering
  • IPC-610 Certified IPC Specialist
  • J-STD-001 Certified IPC Specialist
  • NASA Certifications
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  • Generally requires HS & 1- 2 years or equivalent combination of education & experience
  • This position requires prolonged periods of sitting, standing, and walking and the ability to lift and carry 35 to 50 pounds for short distances
  • Must be certified to TM8575 or equivalent Cable and Wire Harness Assembly Certification
  • Must have current applicable J-STD and/or IPC-610 certification
  • Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) knowledge
  • Torque training and proof of proficiency
  • Completed Cable and/or Electrical on-the-job training
  • Completed potting and staking certification if applicable
  • Read and interpret engineering drawings
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  • Soldering - Thru-hole - Surface mount - Fine pitch-complex multi-pin with certified assistance
  • Mechanical-mechanical Assembly - Wire routing - Solder and crimp wire termination - Performs process tests - Wire bonding (Detector Lab)
  • Mechanical Assembly - Multi-level - Complex assembly - Precision assembly - Final assembly - Reconfigure/reassemble semi-conductor process in Detector Lab
  • Process Improvements - Contribute to process improvements
  • Inspection - Performs next step inspection and identifies process errors - Identified as an In process inspector
  • Documentation - Labor hours input - Product system information
  • Assembly Procedures - Review for correctness and accuracy - Contribute to creation and updating
  • Education: High school diploma or equivalent experience
  • Experience: Requires 1-2 years’ electro-mechanical assembly related experience with specialized training preferred
  • Use of electrical test equipment(multi-meter)
  • Read and write English language
  • Read and understand assembly procedures
  • Read and understand basic electrical/mechanical procedures
  • Use of mechanical hand tools
  • Use of various soldering equipment
  • Interpret red line/sketch drawings
  • Harness and board layout drawings
  • Bond, polish coat -Familiar with IPC -ESD -Basic computer skills
  • N/A
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  • Minimum of 3 months experience with manufacturing work
  • Previous manufacturing, welding or electrical assembly experience is desirable, especially with the production of power-oriented products
  • Local candidates are preferred
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  • Perform routine preventative maintenance as outlined in company policies and/or work instructions
  • Conduct visual quality inspections; inform supervisory staff of deviations or fallouts as needed
  • Follow pre-established methods and procedures in conjunction with producing a quality sight
  • Maintain work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition and follow prescribed safety procedures
  • Perform basic recordkeeping duties for production and quality control reporting
  • Perform duties at various stations during the assembly process as required by production need; may require change in shift or physical location within the plant
  • High School diploma or GED. At least two years previous Manufacturing experience preferred
  • Must work with safety glasses and/or goggles
  • Ability to work with small parts; requires frequent use of hands and fingers
  • Ability to read and execute written instructions
  • Ability to work in an environment containing low levels of solvents and adhesives
  • Excellent hand and eye coordination required
  • Strong attention to detail; ability to work with precision
  • Demonstrated ability working in a team environment
  • Basic familiarity with assembly and measuring tools, interpreting visual aids performing simple shop math
  • Ability to add and subtract two digit numbers on a number line and understand how to calculate American weights, measurement, volume, and distance
  • Ability to work to the priorities of safety, quality and productivity
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  • Ability to work overtime and varying shifts as needed to support product delivery
  • Ability, with or without accommodation, to perform the essential functions of assembly operations
  • Demonstrated regular and predictable attendance
  • Knowledge of manufacturing operations
  • Ability to work cooperatively with leaders, peers, customers, and others in a team environment displaying mutual trust and respect
  • At least 1+ years' relevant job experience
  • Read and understands English
  • Operate hand tools, electrical tools, hand cutters, measuring equipment and light equipment. Experience in intricate hand assembly
  • Ability to operate measuring equipment
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  • Positions and aligns parts in specified relationship to each other in jig, fixture, or other holding device
  • Crimps, stakes, screws, bolts, rivets, welds, solders, cements, press fits, or performs similar operations to join or secure parts in place
  • Installs finished assemblies or subassemblies in probes
  • Performs intermediate assembly tasks, such as potting, encapsulating, sanding, cleaning, epoxy bonding, curing, stamping, etching, and color coding parts and assemblies
  • Uses hand tools such as long nose pliers, side cutter and soldering iron to perform work
  • Good hand/eye coordination and manual dexterity to work with small parts
  • May refer to technical drawings, engineering notices, etc
  • Reassembles or reworks (solder) units as required
  • Adhere to safety and company policies and procedures
  • Ability to perform multiple tasks at the same time
  • Ability to work in a team setting and contribute to building a positive team spirit
  • Ability to follow workplace safety standards
  • Excellent interpersonal skills under stressful situations
  • Ability to organize and prioritize
  • ABILITY TO COMPLETE THE SOLDERING CERTIFICATION TEST WITHIN 90 DAYS OF EMPLOYMENT IS REQUIRED
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  • Must have a desire to work overtime to assist with coverage within the cell
  • Be flexible, willing to cross train, and move to other work centers as needed
  • Must be able to perform all aspects of the job. Lifting devices/aids will be
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  • 3-5 years related experience with electro-mechanical assembly, final assembly, testing, calibrating, soldering, working with small parts, and understanding of blueprints
  • Assemble instruments, calibrate and prepare instruments for shipment, calibrate cone plate instruments, and build sub-assemblies
  • Exposure to teams and cellular manufacturing preferred
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  • Reports defective materials or questionable conditions to Unit Manager
  • Performs prescribed preventative maintenance on tools as required
  • Occasionally degreases parts at various stages of production using cleaning solutions and equipment
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  • Valves and fills CO2 cylinders ranging in weight from 5 to 300 lbs. on semi-automatic and manual machines. Cylinders are weighed on electronic scale and stamped with correct weight. Fill weight tolerances may be as close as + or -2 ounces. The operator must be familiar with the filling procedures of approximately eighteen (18) different cylinder valves. As part of the fill procedures, nitrogen may be used for valve closing or other gases may be added for purposes of leak testing or winterization. Several different sealants and lubricants such as Loc-Tite pipe dope and various greases are used during assembly of CO2 System/Inergen components. Operator also responsible for dumping of Inergen/CO2 gas and repair of Inergen/CO2 valve leakers
  • Operates and sets up CO2 fill machine, jib crane, D.C. electric power supply and multimeter, drill, manual and hydraulic presses, gas operated torches and band saw. Sets up Bridgeport boring machine for drilling various CO2, Inergen and low-pressure CO2 nozzles. Occasionally must fabricate jigs or fixtures for specific jobs. Must have knowledge and skill to operate various power tools (hand drills, grinders, pneumatic impact wrenches and so forth). All set-ups require cross-referencing with tool book (T#s) to locate proper fixtures for specific jobs
  • Assembles a variety of cylinder valves such as flood valves, AP-8, Max, VFN, CV-90 CO2, CV-90 Inergen, CV-90 Nissho and non-UL types, also assembles new product line CV-98 CO2, CV-98 Inergen and CV-98 Nissho. Operators must calibrate Torque wrenches every 30 days
  • Assembles a large variety of control components such as actuators, pneumatic actuators, rate-of-rise, time delays, pressure switches, detectors, various types of check and directional valves. uses a variety of sealants such as Loc-Tite and pipe dope. Also a variety of greases and lubricants. Assembly of many components requires the placement of o-rings, springs, small screws and bolts along with many other small parts. Assembly of check valves requires the use of lapping compounds. Many components have electronic components (i.e. circuit boards, wires, switches) as in CV-98 actuators, pressure switches, electrical high force lathes and other assemblies. Due to the variety of components, not all components have assembly fixtures. Therefore, assembly without a fixture requires a degree of ingenuity on the assembler's part
  • Working from blueprints and FP's, operator sets up Bridgeport boring machine for drilling of Inergen nozzles, orifice plates, V-nozzles, low pressure CO2 nozzles and foam chamber plates. Blueprint is checked to drill to proper tolerance and specifications as close to .003. Also CO2 nozzles, including teflon, cone and baffle nozzles are drilled using drill press various jigs and presses, manual and hydraulic
  • Routine tests performed include: Water bath, leak testing of CO2 and Inergen cylinders, hydrostatic testing of valves and hoses using CO2 and nitrogen with pressures up to 6000 psi., air and nitrogen gas, testing of valves, time delay time testing, electrical continuity and voltage integrity of pressure switches and CV-98 actuators
  • Brazes copper, brass, steel and stainless steel components using acetylene and propane torches. In addition, soft soldering is required for "all copper" siphon tube assemblies
  • Performs inspection of own work with the use of various gauges and measuring instruments such as dial depth, electronic dial depth, digital calipers, torque wrench, hydrometer, ohmmeters, flowmeter and test fixtures to test down stream pressure. Also fills out proper inspection forms required for job and files inspection forms and other government paper work where required. Will check with QC inspectors, regarding hold points on production orders where needed
  • Package/crates Inergen and CO2 components for shipping. Packages CO2 and Inergen cylinders for stock. Serial numbers must be recorded per FP numbers for certification. Attaches proper label and any special tags needed. Packages nozzles according to FP's
  • Engraves plastic nameplates on engraving machines for components on systems. Stamps employee identification number or letter on components when needed
  • Operates a lift truck on 2nd shift when needed to move material and on occasion, in the absence of a Material Handler, to move material to and from the work area
  • Performs other related duties as may be assigned by the Supervisor
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  • Work from prints, schematics, diagrams, written procedures, and verbal instructions, to determine proper repair of customer returned products
  • Run automated test systems, Digital multimeters, Huntron and RCL meter
  • Operate a fork high lift riding power truck to move materials within the facility. Utilize all other powered, automated, and non-powered material handling equipment as necessary
  • Utilize ladders to perform duties as required
  • Utilize marked-up documents to repair or alter units or assemblies
  • Use the current operating and business systems to perform documentation of repairs, looking up of BOMs, schematics work procedures and material transfers
  • Identify and select materials from stock for specific manufacturing areas using "pick lists". Visually inspect goods received or picked for damage, and process damage reports as required
  • Operate hand, pneumatic, electric, and battery tools
  • Handle, transport, package, and transfer hazardous materials. Includes generally spend process materials and maintenance chemical materials. Use safe and proper practices that comply with environmental regulations and training
  • Build or repair Boards and drives within the renewal parts procedures
  • Participate in 5S and all other lean activities
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  • Accurately interpret and follow work procedures, routings and instructions
  • Accurately interpret blueprints
  • Mechanical aptitude is preferred
  • Welding/Solder Brazing experience is preferred, but not required
  • Ability to read prints and follow assembly instructions
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  • Experience in manufacturing assembly preferred
  • Experience with the use of hand tools and mechanical/electrical soldering
  • Able to read blueprints, interpret drawing requirements and follow detailed work instructions
  • Basic computer skills such as log on, data entry and retrieval
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  • Can be assigned to any the following areas: Cleaning, Breakdown, Machine Prep, Machine Assembly, Motor Sub-Assembly, Plumbing Sub-Assembly, Components Test and Clean, Material Handling or Shipping
  • Basic electrical wiring, routine testing of mechanical / hydraulic / pneumatic components of assembled units and make necessary adjustment and /or corrections
  • Work from procedure sheets, parts diagrams, specification sheets, or verbal/written instructions
  • If assigned to Refurb Shipping area, receive and ship all dish machines for the Refurb area. Verify the accuracy of serial numbers. Maintain dirty machine inventory and Preparation of bill of ladings. Work well as part of a team and have the ability to get along well with other people
  • Able to interpret color coding for basic wiring
  • Prefer courses in blueprint reading, basic electricity, basic plumbing or equivalent knowledge gained through past experience
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  • Assembles and disassembles air regulation products, in any state, from partial to complete, following instructions on work/analysis sheets
  • Replaces malfunctioning parts and or sub-assemblies, as necessary
  • Diagnoses, troubleshoots, and reworks non-conforming units in order to return them to acceptable status
  • Uses a variety of hand and paper tools, jigs, fixtures, gauges, and measuring and test equipment to produce finished air regulation units that meet all stated requirements
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  • Works from drawings, process books and verbal instructions in the fabrication of micro-integrated circuit modules and subassemblies. Performs moderately complex soldering operations such as tin and solder nickel plated components with indium solder. Hand cuts plastic dielectric material and solder preforms of complex configurations and minimum size (.020" X .020"). Installs large piece parts such as drivers, using appropriate epoxy, and proceeds to cure to specifications
  • Sets up and performs the hot stage operation (reflow soldering) which involves the following: identification of piece parts and positioning to specifications; dimensional checks; operation of hot stage unit in which the operator has control over several variables such as nitrogen flow, hydrogen flow, current flow, etc.; observation under microscope to proper melt; shut-down and clean equipment and work piece. Requires thorough knowledge of the physical and working characteristics of solder alloys
  • Covers modules using either epoxy gasket or solder seal and vacuum bake. Equipment used involves several operations and variable controls to properly seal units
  • Installs hermetically sealed connectors into housing, using hand insertion tools. Performs temperature cycling. Under direct supervision may reposition parts using hot plate
  • Performs simple bonding (i.e., .001" gold wire to capacitors' chip) where equipment has been set up and direct observation of progress and quality is possible
  • Experience in Aerospace or Defense industry
  • Assembly experience in electronics
  • Experience using microscope and small hand tools such as tweezers
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  • Assembly of Superconductive magnets
  • The Assembler position will perform mechanical and electrical duties. Perform all aspects of mechanical & electrical assembly
  • Perform mechanical & electrical measurements necessary to ensure tolerance conform to documentation
  • Operating standup/sit down fork trucks and operate overhead cranes
  • Read and understand engineering and manufacturing documentation including blueprints and MI’s
  • Work effectively and efficiently individually and as part of a multidisciplinary team
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  • 2 years of assembly or electronic experience; or an Associate’s degree in a technical discipline, plus 1 year of assembly or electronic experience
  • Ability to perform tasks from written directions and drawings
  • Ability to perform tasks under a microscope on very small assemblies with outstanding manual dexterity and precision
  • Prior microelectronics and/or chip and wire assembly experience
  • Ability to pay continuous attention to detailed operations and quality
  • Ability to understand sequence of operations or actions to be taken
  • Ability to move objects from one location to another
  • Ability to change physical locations based upon need
  • Ability to wear safety gear
  • Able to learn and perform tasks independent of continuous guidance, assistance, and supervision
  • Previous or current certifications in IPC-610 and/or J-STD 001
  • Prior automated equipment skills such as MRSI and/or automated and wedge bonding equipment
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  • Replaces malfunctioning parts and or sun-assemblies, as necessary
  • Diagnoses, troubleshoots and reworks non-conforming units in order to return them to acceptable status
  • Performs drilling, countersinking, sanding, sealing, and deburring as required
  • Uses a variety of hand and power tools, as well as fixtures, gages and test equipment
  • Must be able to follow both oral and written instructions when performing job duties
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  • Maintain general laboratory organization and availability of laboratory supplies
  • Inventory control of reagents, chemicals and supplies using proper labeling and computerized transactions
  • Able to perform rotating shift work
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  • Assembly and testing of medical products per Manufacturing Operating Procedures
  • Packaging and boxing of medical products
  • Cleaning and up-keeping of the cleanroom and adjacent work areas
  • Complies with Company policies as outlined in Employee Handbook and Attendance Policy
  • Graduation from high school / equivalent or equivalent work experience
  • Good dexterity and hand/eye coordination
  • Able to follow written and oral instructions
  • Ability to read and comprehend English
  • Can produce quality products in an efficient and timely manner
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  • Assemble electromechanical hardware using basic hand tools and fixtures
  • Complete leak and electromechanical testing of completed hardware using manual test equipment
  • Organize and kit material required to complete assembly
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  • Perform assembly, complex and repetitive wiring, and/or other electro-mechanical assembly operations to complete sub-assemblies and final assembly of product
  • An environment that promotes Eaton’s goals, philosophies, and encourages continuous improvement through participation and teamwork
  • Use hand and power tools to complete assemblies and sub assemblies
  • Relocation assistance is not available for this position. Only candidates in the immediate geographical area (60 mile radius) of Youngsville, NC will be considered
  • Needs to be able to lift/push 30-45 lbs several times a day
  • Must be able to travel an approximate distance of 15 miles from work location to neighboring Raleigh Area Plants
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  • Assemble, modify and rework assemblies and sub-assemblies
  • May use machinery, hand-tools, power tools and measuring instruments
  • May mount, connect, or install electronic, electro-mechanical or mechanical components into assemblies or sub-assemblies
  • Uses drawings, samples and visual aids, verbal and written instructions to perform assembly tasks as assigned
  • Hourly position – Overtime may be required from time to time
  • Will use power and hand tools and be exposed to certain chemicals used in the manufacture of assemblies and sub-assemblies
  • May be required to lift assemblies and tooling up to 40 lbs
  • Will work with large assemblies requiring lifting assistance
  • Good hand/eye coordination and mechanical aptitude
  • Must be able to distinguish colors
  • Ability to solder preferred
  • High school diploma or equivalent, ability to read and communicate in English
  • 3-5 Years related experience
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  • No assembly experience required
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities and possess a sense of urgency
  • Strong interpersonal and teamwork skills
  • Assemble large and small components together according to customer specifications by interpreting blueprints and drawings while following manufacturing processes and procedures
  • Weld, glue, solder and epoxy materials and parts together
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  • Minimum 4 years assembly experience
  • Good hand-eye coordination
  • Ability to bend, squat and reach with no restrictions
  • Be able to lift up to 30lbs
  • Able to work overtime daily and on weekends
  • Available to work any shift
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  • Prepares assembly area: Determines materials and machinery by reading work orders and assembly instructions, following production drawings and/or receiving verbal instructions regarding duties to be performed. Verifies parts by comparing provided part with part description in work documentation
  • May be required to perform basic test functions
  • One year, Assembly/soldering of electrical/mechanical components OR,
  • Special knowledge: Manufacturing techniques, operating techniques, inspection techniques, quality control plans, forms, work documentation and equipment necessary to perform job; ability to solder, use of soldering and hand held welding equipment may be preferred depending on product line
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  • Relevant previous experience
  • Interview
  • For internal candidates, performance at Nova Bus will also be evaluated to include
  • Teamwork and respect for others
  • Personal involvement / commitment to results
  • Effective communication
  • Attendance
  • Experience in mechanical, electrical and pneumatic assembly processes
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  • 5+ years in a complex manufacturing environment
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Windows environment to perform initial product testing
  • Manual dexterity and acuity to perform complex assembly and sub-assembly functions
  • Demonstrated skills to work in a team environment
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  • Assemble a wide variety of cylinder components in preparation for final assembly
  • Gather necessary components, clean and assemble as required
  • Assemble bearings required for orders to kitting
  • Assist in other areas as required
  • Final assembly of a wide variety from small to large bore cylinders
  • The position will also require occasional assigned direct labor
  • Supervisor may assign other duties as necessary
  • High School Diploma/GED from an accredited institution is required
  • No relocation benefit is being offered for this position. Only candidates that currently reside within the immediate geographical area of Jackson, MI, 50 miles will be considered
  • Must be able to read and interpret blueprints
  • Must be able to use shop arithmetic
  • Must be able to operate power hand tools
  • Must be able to use micrometers, verniers, and various other measuring instruments
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  • Performs maintenance on the media blast equipment
  • Performs preventative maintenance to car shell
  • May perform equipment maintenance in other areas of the shop
  • Assists in preparation of car shells for transport
  • Able to routinely interact with other employees from supporting functions
  • Meet internal Company standards for quality and workmanship
  • Expected to contribute and maintain conditions that will ensure a healthy and safe working environment
  • May be required to work overtime, weekends, and/or different shifts as necessary to meet business critical requirements
  • Cross training will be required to cover business needs
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  • 3 years of assembly experience in a manufacturing environment
  • Must be able to add, subtract, multiply and divide
  • Basic mouse and keyboarding skills for navigating in a windows based computer environment
  • Good vision with color recognition
  • Ability to lift/carry 25lbs
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  • Work from documented procedures, work instructions, engineering drawings, or sketches
  • Cable Assembly
  • Perform final quality check on scanners
  • Follows written procedures and work instructions
  • High School diploma or GED required with some training in electronics or electromechanical assembly including the ability to read basic wiring diagrams and schematics
  • Ability to follow written directions
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  • Education Requirement – Local Min. education requirement
  • Experience in medical device manufacturing environment; minimum 2 years experience
  • Knowledge of Cell Operating System (COS)
  • Knowledge of worksteps\process within the Cell
  • Basic PC skills – based on local requirements if appropriate
  • Certified to perform a number of work steps within the Cell
  • Demonstrates good Interpersonal, problem solving, coaching, gemba observation and communications skills
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  • Required to assemble and adjust terminal blocks, wire switches, circuit breakers, lights, and other production, short order or special explosion-proof products following standard methods and procedures
  • Inspect hub arrangements to specifications and drawings. Material usually supplied by others
  • Inspect and check hole arrangements to specifications and drawings, using available jigs and fixtures to facilitate work; file and remove burrs; fit nuts and nipples; apply grease to screw threads and screw on covers or oil cover and body and check for tight joints using feeler gauge; tighten bolts on cover and set aside for pickup; assemble nameplates to covers as necessary
  • Use such tools as files, scrapers and miscellaneous other hand or power tools
  • Work from bills of material, simple wiring diagrams, drawings, verbal instructions, operation sheets, etc. Perform resin and chico operations as required
  • Check for, diagnose and correct mechanical defects using continuity light and other testing devices
  • Use special care in preparation and inspection of all mating surfaces in explosion-proof assemblies
  • Pack, label and seal as required
  • Mechanical and/or electrical assembly experience in a manufacturing environment
  • Experience reading wiring diagrams and drawings
  • Experience working with measuring instruments
  • Application of some specialized knowledge and experience and the use of judgment to plan and perform sequence of operations or procedures within limits of standard or recognized methods and established precedent
  • Light physical effort, equivalent to continuous very light, frequent light, occasional average, but rarely heavy manual effort applied in various ways in performance of job duties
  • Ability to read drawings and wiring diagrams and interpret specifications is preferred
  • Ability to use adjustable measuring instruments, volt-meter, ohmmeter, and buzzer
  • Some knowledge of principles of mechanics, characteristics of materials, fundamentals of electricity and wiring or ordinary circuits is preferred
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  • Ability to set priority of build
  • Maintain attention to quality while meeting production schedules
  • Ability to work effectively within a team
  • Perform welding on difficult production and prototype instrumentation piece parts
  • Demonstrate independent judgment on processes
  • Other assembly work as required
  • Understand welding theory
  • Ability to successfully certify on multiple welding processes, equipment, and materials
  • Establish and maintain documented welding procedures
  • Knowledge of welding specifications
  • Responsibility for maintaining machine tools, welding equipment, and supplies
  • 2 years of related experience or 0 years experience with two year Welding Certificate from Trade School
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  • 40% - Solders squibs
  • 40% - Weighs material to load igniters, crimp check resistance and complete assembly. Assembly of AFDs, grit blast, clean, or assembly rocket motors and various other duties as required in the manufacturing of igniters
  • 10% - Cleans and paints equipment and reassembly
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  • Perform medical devices assembly work using microscope and small hand tools such as tweezers, and razor in a Clean Room environment
  • Understand and apply all manufacturing procedures and other necessary documentation as it relates to the product line; and work with assigned equipment and recognize mechanical problems as they arise
  • Comply with all safety, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP); May provide training to other team members as requested by Line Lead, Supervisor or Manager; and Perform other duties as assigned
  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers; Able to apply basic measuring techniques including scales, rulers, metric and U.S. measurement
  • Must be able to work over-time as requested
  • 1-2 years related experience preferred
  • Previous experience in medical device assembly preferred
  • Solder experience preferred
  • General knowledge of clean room practices and procedures preferred
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  • 100% - The Assembler performs a wide variety of assigned manufacturing tasks to produce high quality products. Perform diversified, but semi-repetitive operations following standardized methods and procedures under changing conditions. Duties include
  • Performing assembly on piece parts into completed sub-assembly using typical assembly tools. Perform electrical fabrication. Bond with Thermal control tape and epoxy
  • Reading and interpreting product drawings and department procedures
  • Reading, interpreting and understanding written or oral requirements, procedures and specifications to perform assigned tasks
  • Performing troubleshooting of mechanical assemblies, company manufactured tooling and pressure testing. Repair or make recommendations to solve equipment issues
  • Using and operating various computer systems and applicable software (ie: Oracle and Delmia)
  • Presenting information to supervision/lead person, maintenance, engineering or other employees of the organization
  • Working with management, supervisor and/or lead personnel to prioritize work and meet critical deadlines
  • Providing rapid support while following proper housekeeping and safety procedures
  • May perform functions such as production of parts, components, final assemblies, metal fabrication, modification, quality testing, checkout, re-work, quality testing, and assembly utilizing schematics, diagrams, layouts or manufacturing test development or diagnostic equipment as needed
  • Experience with Oracle and Delmia preferred
  • Knowledge of vacuum chambers, Laminar Flow environments and/or FOD a plus
  • Certification to IPC 620 preferred
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  • Ability to assembly the probes as final good in accordance with local production processes like: manual assembly, soldering, testing, cutting wires, stripping, positioning the piezoelectric crystals, potting, bonding etc. in accordance with technical documentation and work pieces parameters to ensure high quality of technology processes and final product transformation
  • Ability to read and interpret prints / drawings and engineering specifications to perform moderate to high complex / repetitive usage and settings of assigned tools and machines , including basic maintenance activities
  • Conduct all business related tasks according to GE’s Spirit and Letter policies
  • Demonstrate an unwavering commitment to Environmental Health & Safety (EHS), GE Beliefs, Compliance, and Integrity policies
  • Maintain a safe, clean, and organized working environment
  • Complete all required business training and process documentation, as required
  • Responsible for ensuring facility equipment and tooling is accounted for, operating efficiently, and safely
  • Identify, report, and mitigate problems or hazardous conditions that occur during equipment dis-assembly, assembly , machine settings and test set-up
  • High school diploma (electrotechnical prefered),
  • Experience in electrical/mechanical assembly production
  • Excellent Communication, Teamwork, and Collaborative Skills with team members and a basic understanding of working to production schedules / plans
  • Ensure departmental compliance with all applicable quality, health, safety and environmental regulations
  • Ability to troubleshoot and perform minor maintenance on mechanical tooling & equipment
  • Ability to work overtime, weekends and holidays as required
  • Ability to handle heavy and moving parts This position requires standing for long periods of time. Requires physical effort, good manual dexterity, and awkward positions. Exposure to high noise level for long periods of time. Exposure to hazardous materials (i.e. chemicals, grinding dust, welding fumes, etc.)
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  • Ability to stand upright for 8-10 hours per day
  • Flexibility to learn new operations and fill in on manufacturing assembly line as needed
  • Required to wear Steel Tip Shoes (Shoes will be provided)
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  • Ensure high quality goods are produced
  • Raise any issues regarding supply or quality of parts
  • Use initiative to progress production in accordance with needs
  • Adherence to 5S, H&S and all other company practices
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  • Assembling various products
  • Packaging various products
  • Performing re-work and inspecting the product
  • Backing up higher-level positions
  • Be aware of quality standards, and to identify defects in products
  • Record data related to product quality and traceability
  • Clean work areas as required
  • Complete the associated paperwork
  • High School Diploma/GED
  • 1 Years’ overall work experience
  • 3-6 months’ Assembly experience
  • Entry level math skills
  • Able to adapt quickly to fast-paced changing situations
  • Proven sound judgment, continuous improvement, and customer focus
  • Demonstrated adaptability, and teamwork skills
  • Knowledge of computer applications
  • Experience in medical device manufacturing
  • Good hand-eye coordination and attention to detail
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  • 1 year working with related experience or training
  • Experience with PCBs and PBBAs
  • Previous Flex Experience
  • 3 Years of related experience
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  • Knows and follows all safety procedures as required for a specific operation. Identifies safety concerns and takes appropriate action
  • Identifies work to be done by following standardized communication procedures. Cooperatively flexes into other areas as assigned
  • Works on assignments that are semi-routine in nature where ability to recognize deviation from accepted practice is required. Resolves routine questions and problems. Refers more complex issues to higher levels
  • Ensures product and process quality is maintained through visual inspection and testing as required. Brings concerns about product and process quality to attention of area management
  • Thoroughly documents all production paperwork to ensure proper documentation for a given process. Enters data and performs computer transactions as appropriate
  • Contributes input to and cooperates with improvement teams and lean manufacturing efforts to help improve quality, shorten cycle times, and reduce manufacturing costs
  • Performs preventative maintenance on, and ensures calibration of, equipment, tools, and fixtures, as required
  • Willingly participates in inter and/or intra departmental job rotations as needed
  • Keeps work areas clean and organized, in accordance with 5S+ 1 principles
  • Willingly shares skills and knowledge. Effectively gives and receives feedback
  • Cooperatively performs additional duties as assigned
  • Demonstrates ability to obtain the appropriate qualifications as needed
  • Is able to read, interpret, and follow written, visual, and verbal work instructions
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  • Air tests Redline at 240 PSI
  • Fills various FE 36 extinguishers and Helium tanks, transfers FE 36 from bulk tank into temporing tanks. When transferring chemical uses judgement to insure all valves are properly sealed. Since one of the properties of this chemical is that is has its own vapor pressure of 25 P.S.I., it is essential to insure a proper seal through thorough inspection of "O" rings. At end of shift insures proper shutdown of FE 36 system
  • Sets up air wrenches. At the end of each shift or sooner if required, changes dry chemical fill tanks by shutting down the vacuum line and dumping contaminated agent into waste barrels. Performs minor maintenance on equipment such as removing and installing filters, cleaning lines, assembling and disassembling vacuum lines, removing and replacing pinch valves, and performing minor repairs on hand tools. Cleans inside of chemical silos as needed
  • Touches up any shell with paint
  • Operates mass spectrometer in order to detect leaks and indicate rejects on all pressurized hand portable shells before shipment. Sets up spectrometer as required for each type of extinguisher that is tested by making adjustments to gauges and dials. Monitors process by removing rejects and passing tested extinguisher on for packaging. Performs minor maintenance on machine such as cleaning cylinders and identifies reason for reject. Keeps record of leakers. Sets up auto labeling machine for labeling various size and product lines to prints
  • Performs other duties as may be assigned by the Supervisor
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  • Performs routine test including water bath, leak testing of CO2 and Inergen cylinders, and hydrostatic testing of valves and hoses using CO2 and Nitrogen with pressures up to 6000 PSI. Air and nitrogen testing of valves and time delays, electrical continuity and voltage integrity of pressure switches and actuators
  • Needs to be trained to operate a lift truck to move material when needed
  • Requires judgment to plan and perform work, make decisions as to the sequence of set-ups, operations, processes and quality within the limitations of recognized UL/FM, government, and Ansul standards. An average of thirty (30) with up to one hundred (100) may be on a print
  • Responsible for the safe operation of tools and machinery while performing daily tasks. Responsible for the safety of other working in the area while performing daily tasks. Responsible monitoring the safety of others around and reporting unsafe acts or conditions to supervision immediately as noticed
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  • HS Diploma or Equivalent
  • 1 year experience in assembly
  • Only current contractors working at Flex M8 will be considered
  • In addition, all contractors considered for this position mush have at least 1 year experience as an assembler or must have been trained to perform the task within the last 6 months
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  • Support various manufacturing processes requiring soldering, wiring and mechanical assembly experience other electronics related duties in a Space & Defense manufacturing environment
  • Able to perform repairs on products that fail tests or quality inspections
  • Position relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job
  • Will use good verbal and written communications skills for writing logs, entering data and making verbal requests
  • Executing tasks as defined by engineering work instructions
  • Using computers to follow work instructions
  • Work under immediate supervision. teaming & continuous improvement environment
  • Will be completing 40hr solder & ESD training certification class provided by Honeywell during orientation
  • Lifting is generally in the 10 to 15 Lbs. range with minimal repetitions
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  • Proficiently operate machinery to meet facility goals for productivity, quality, safety and teamwork through the process of assembling, packing, and quality checks for Cordless fuel cells in accordance with documented guidelines
  • Proficiently maintain machinery through lubrication, cleaning and replacement of parts with the use of tools to accomplish routine operation, and preventive maintenance requirements at each level
  • Perform all quality checks according to specifications established in the ISO 9001-2008 certification
  • Perform and/or meet all safety, teamwork, quality, production, scrap, and housekeeping, rules, practices, and goals. Identify and tag safety hazards on machinery and in work area. Perform improvements as required
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  • High School education or GED is required from an accredited institution
  • Must be able to work in the US without company sponsorship
  • Minimum of 6 months of manufacturing experience
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  • Assembles fabricated parts at floor stations
  • Tests and calibrates parts and mechanisms to meet tolerances and product specifications
  • Uses hand tools and power tools to assemble units according to product specifications
  • Identifies units that fail tests or tolerance levels and repairs as necessary
  • Primary job functions do not typically require exercising independent judgment
  • Typically reports to a supervisor or manager. Special Considerations: Exposure to substantial machine, chemical, biological or other physical risks are anticipated
  • Will be able to work overtime and weekends when needed
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  • Problem-solving
  • Use of Hand Tools
  • Interpret Blueprints and Work Instructions
  • Read Gauges
  • Troubleshooting
  • Use Fixtures
  • Use of Pneumatic Air Tools (Air Guns)
  • Basic Computer (for entry of productivity receipts)
  • Detail-oriented / follows instructions
  • Self-inspection/Quality Audits
  • Good dexterity & fine manipulation (grasping screws/fasteners and wiring of parts)
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  • Positions parts according to knowledge of unit being assembled or following blueprints or work instructions
  • Operates air tools, arbor presses, hand tools, or special machines to assist in assembly operation
  • Assembles specified bolts to specific torque values
  • Assembles name plates and other labels as required on B.O.M
  • Performs specified electrical performance tests on subassemblies and assembled product
  • Performs pump flow tests using water tank and test panels. Verifies pump performance against engineered standards. Reads performance charts and graphs. Records data as required
  • Completes key performance indicators (KPIs) for performance measurement
  • Assists material handler with setups and change over
  • Maintains clean and safe working environment in line with company policies
  • Must possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Mechanical / electrical aptitude preferred
  • Strong troubleshooting skills with a familiarity of pumps and pump systems desired
  • Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds frequently
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  • Assembles, or packs cabinets, doors, and parts, light fixtures in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications, applying knowledge of production methods, processes, hand and/or power tools and equipment
  • Check parts for tolerance compliance and quality standards
  • Operate machinery and manual Material Handling Equipment
  • Practice and follow all required safety regulations
  • Perform all duties as assigned by supervision
  • Must have ability to lift a minimum of 50 pounds repeatedlythroughout the day
  • Ability to produce a designated number of units per shift
  • Ability to perform repetitive lifting
  • Ability to work all scheduled overtime
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  • Maintain standard work and keep up with ISO standards
  • Responsible for assembly of mechanical components
  • Apply prescribed inspection methods and standardized to determine performance quality and operational reliability
  • Ability to work with complex drawings and specifications
  • Ability to use a wide variety of precision standard and special measuring instruments and testing devices or standard electrical testing units and combinations
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  • Minimum of 1 year of assembly experience in a manufacturing environment
  • Able to work in the U.S. without company sponsored citizenship
  • No relocation is being offered for this role. Candidates must reside within the 50 miles of the work location in order to be considered
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  • Your main responsibility will be to perform the assembly of various components for our low-floor buses. As an assembler, you could be called upon to work in several different departments of our production line. To be proficient in accessing, understanding and utilizing all relevant production tools, documentation and programs used by Nova Bus. Work may not be repetitive and may require versatility on your part
  • Candidates may be evaluated on overall performance at Nova Bus, including the following criteria
  • Safety behaviors
  • Superior attendance record
  • Perform duties as assigned for assembly of buses within or outside the normal workstation
  • Demonstrate your ability and knowledge to correct any defects found during course of normal operations
  • Maintain all productivity requirements of work team and facility; meet takt time goals
  • Participate in team meetings (i.e. morning mtgs., OD, 5S, etc.)
  • Maintain positive and professional attitude
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  • Under limited supervision, this position is responsible for the assembly of electrical and electronic equipment
  • Conduct quality inspection on processing line in accordance with quality specifications
  • Disassemble, modify, rework, reassemble and test experimental or prototype assemblies and sub-assemblies according to specifications and under simulated conditions
  • Train and mentor and provide assistance to less experienced assemblers
  • At the professional level, follows procedures and processes, using various equipment's in order to complete tasks and is able to read and write English proficiently
  • Recommends and implements CIs. Conducts 5S audits
  • Solid understanding of RPS; Leads Kaizen events
  • Good understanding of kanban card usage and able to recommend changes when demand goes up or down
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  • Highlight the major areas of accountability and the primary functions for the job
  • Include higher-level responsibilities and avoid listing minor tasks
  • Target 5 to 10 key tasks to highlight
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  • Performing rework and inspection on the product
  • Awareness of quality standards and ability to identify defects in products
  • Recording data related to product quality and traceability
  • Cleaning of work areas as required
  • 1 Year overall work experience
  • 3-6 months Assembly experience
  • Entry level math skills (adding/subtracting)
  • Demonstrated adaptability and teamwork skills
  • Knowledge of computer application
  • Experience in medical device manufacturing experience
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  • Places parts in specified relationship to each other
  • Cut products to specific measurements as needed
  • Removes defective products as needed
  • Tends machines to perform force fitting or fastening operations on assembly line
  • Works in environment where tasks change as varying models of product are produced
  • Cleans equipment, floors, and work areas according to safety procedures
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  • Read and interpret assembly prints and schematics
  • Competently assemble electronic Variable Speed Drives
  • Recognize and troubleshoot assembly performance problems
  • Experience in safely operating crane/hoist, electric pallet jack and other hand tools
  • Ability to train and assist others
  • 1+ year demonstrated electronic or mechanical assembly experience, emphasis on electronic
  • Ability to read and interpret assembly prints or schematics
  • Ability to operate crane/hoist, electric pallet jack and other hand tools
  • Understand and identify common Electronic Components
  • Familiarity with assembly hand tools (Crimpers, Cutters, Torque Wrenches, power tools etc.)
  • Experience with HSE projects and training
  • Demonstrated electronic or mechanical training
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  • Performing the duties of an assembler on a daily basis is essential
  • Job duties include structural fitting and mechanical outfitting of the craft
  • Job includes installing engines, axles, gearboxes, t-cases, electrical equipment, hydraulic, pneumatics (CTI systems) wheels, tires, etc
  • Typical tools used in the performance of job duties include air tools, pneumatics, hand tools such as wrenches, computers, analog, etc
  • May perform work from Engineering drawings, sketches, written and verbal instructions
  • Maintain records, forms, and logs as required
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  • Requires the skills to read, write, and communicate effectively
  • Must be able to work and assemble to meet established cycle times
  • Must be able to perform minor repairs
  • Must stock lines as needed
  • Must be able to operate small hand tools
  • Must be able to work at established cycle times
  • Requires lifting, bending, squatting, walking, reaching above and below waist, and carrying materials
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  • Maintain a safe and organized area and ensuring that defined 5S standards are maintained
  • Assists with the daily collection of SQDIP data
  • Act as the technical project manager with overall responsibility for the management, performance and completion of one major or several smaller projects
  • Generate the project scope statement from the preliminary requirements document
  • Use project deliverables to develop the work breakdown structure and network diagram that then drive the detailed activity/task list
  • Responsible for obtaining accurate time and cost estimates, then managing the project to schedule and budget
  • Actively manage the project’s critical path
  • Perform a project risk assessment and recommend key experiments and/or simulation and predictive tools to mitigate areas of high potential risk
  • Use structured problem solving methodologies to identify root cause. Offer conceptual solutions and work closely with the product development team to turn concepts into commercialized products
  • Provide leadership to the project team and work with team members to achieve common objectives
  • Prepare and present project milestone documents to the Engineering Milestone Review Committee. Work with team members to ensure accurate completion of engineering, marketing, and factory documents
  • Develop communication documents, presentations, and dashboards for communicating the project status, health, etc to the leadership and marketing team
  • Drive the creation of technical specifications, design specifications, and system validation plans to meet the project deliverables
  • Provide leadership in meeting the customer and regulatory requirements with designs that have sustainable differentiation for minimal overall cost
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  • Learn and follow quality testing techniques
  • Learn how to read and interpret blueprints and specifications
  • Learn how to inspect product using precision gauges, measuring instruments and equipment
  • Accurately complete production documentation and performs necessary labor transactions
  • Support and follow all rules/guidelines/standards set by EHS, Quality, and CI functions as set by your leader and position
  • Actively participates in the Continuous Improvement process as well as safety related activities
  • Over 40 hours is required as scheduled to meet business needs
  • All other duties as assigned including working extended shifts/overtime as required by the business
  • Some Holiday hours may be required based on business need
  • Manufacturing background preferred
  • Ability to use various hand tools and equipment such as a mechanical press, air grinder and speed lathe on products of an extremely small scale
  • Manual dexterity to perform tasks associated with assembly
  • Ability to learn how to read and understand prints
  • Basic computer proficiency (e-mail, print documents, internet) and ability to learn how to operate a computer to access prints and/or specified work instructions
  • Basic shop math including knowledge of Geometric Tolerances
  • Basic proficiency with identifying, analyzing and resolving problems
  • Ability to learn basics of the position within first 3 months of employment
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  • Will use knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field
  • Will regularly use a microscope
  • Will use a computer
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  • Performs routine electro-mechanical assembly operations, troubleshooting and repair. Adjusts, aligns and/or performs 'go-no go' tests using test fixtures or non-diagnostic electronic testing devices. Identifies and corrects errors. Retests. Applies basic electro-mechanical assembly skills in completing tasks
  • Applies basic skills to wire, assemble, test, troubleshoot, and calibrate equipment and sub assemblies. Makes own set-ups, alignments and adjustments, maintaining tolerance according to instructions. Disassembles, modifies, reworks, refurbishes, reassembles and tests units as required. Follows basic work orders, schematics, wiring diagrams, sketches, assembly shop and production operations sheets, parts and wire lists, written and/or verbal instructions to construct electro-mechanical, vacuum and/or pneumatic assemblies, subassemblies and components
  • Utilizes standard hand tools and fixtures for precise locating and positioning of parts. Typical tasks include connecting components or assemblies into housings, panels or chassis. Mounts and adjusts switches, springs, clamps, shafts, interconnecting devices, terminals, wiring harness ends, gears, nobs, tubing, fitting belts, chains, timers, motors, pumps, etc. Cuts wire to specific sizes, strips tins or binds wire parts, connect component lead wires and wiring harness ends to specified terminal points. Identifies defective parts
  • NOTE: Duties for this and all Assembler levels are generically defined to describe job functions with similar skill levels. Area supervision has responsibility for defining and communicating those duties which apply to specific job functions within this classification
  • Develops skills to perform basic, repetitive and manual activities in the job
  • Requires basic communication skills and common courtesy
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  • Operating an Induction Brazing Unit, brazing rigid and flexible satellite wave-guide components
  • Sets up and maintains brazing equipment ensuring good working condition
  • Prior aerospace, machining, or automotive experience desired
  • Experience working in an environment of continuous process improvement. AS9100 experience desired
  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
  • English proficiency to read instructions
  • Training will be OJT (on the job)
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  • Basic skills of the tools/equipment used within the department (air tools, band saws, hydraulic press, drill press, press brake)
  • Two years experience as an assembler, required
  • Ability to follow the directions with minimal supervision, required
  • Ability of basic math skills and use of tape measure
  • Follow safety guidelines for the job
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  • Must have good manual dexterity
  • Strong mechanical build experience accurately interpreting written work instruction, drawings, sketches, and wiring diagrams
  • Experienced with working with hand tools used in the assembly of cables and subassemblies
  • Good computer skills with ability to work from electronic work instructions
  • IPC-620 Certified IPC Specialist
  • Knowledgle of flow line assembly
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  • Involved in the production assembly and packaging while following approved work instructions and drawings for controlled manufacture
  • Ensure product quality and use equipment and tools correctly
  • Work in compliance with Health and safety policies and practices
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  • Following SOPs and other applicable documentation, assembles medical devices by performing a variety of tasks; rotates through all functions on the assembly line
  • Inspects product to confirm proper assembly in compliance with all current, applicable documentation; removes defective products from the line according to quality criteria
  • Accurately completes required Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) paperwork
  • Replenishes materials, as needed, in accordance with GMP
  • May be asked to assists in the training of other Assemblers
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  • Drive continuous improvement on all processes and functions
  • Assemble tools and sub assemblies of hydraulic tools
  • Perform testing and occasional troubleshooting of assemblies
  • Perform cross-functional tasks when necessary (shipping, receiving, machinist helper activities, etc.)
  • Adhere to 5S practices. Keep work area organized including clean up during and at the end of the shift
  • Must adhere to all safety programs including use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Any other tasks as assigned by supervisor
  • Knowledge of proper use of hand tools
  • Ability to understand and follow written and oral procedures
  • Positive attitude, teamwork, and willingness to assist where needed
  • Must demonstrate the energy level, ability to learn, and attention to detail required to be effective
  • Previous manufacturing experience a plus
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  • Assemble electronic devices and components following established company policies and procedures
  • Use of basic electronic assembly tools, soldering, hand power equipment and the use of various electronic test equipment
  • Develop an ability to inspect products and to repair, alter or reject a product that does not meet company quality standards
  • Close visual inspection of the fine detail of solder joints so they meet quality assurance standards
  • Meet a level of productivity as determined by management
  • Record production activities
  • Other Duties as assigned
  • Manufacturing electronics assembly experience strongly preferred
  • Soldering experience strongly preferred
  • Able to be inspect and manipulate a variety of products such as small electronic parts and other products
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  • 6 months - 1 year of experience
  • Ability to understand assembly drawings, SPs, QPs, work instructions and tools and equipment needed to perform assembly operations with minimal assistance
  • Ability to use computer systems to retrieve relevant work documents such as engineering drawings, routings, and other documents as they relate to assembly and testing of valves or related products
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  • Demonstrated proficient and safe use of manual and power tools such as grinders and buffers
  • Proven ability to complete work assignments within a specified time frame
  • Proven ability to multi task with minimal supervision is essential
  • Demonstrated ability to follow written instructions
  • Demonstrated effective communication skills including working with third party customer witness and engineering while performing SIT and FAT functions
  • Proven ability to co-ordinate work flow with the team and key stakeholders
  • Must be able to work with an adjusted work schedule requiring overtime as needed based on customer support requirements
  • Some experience using forklifts and overhead cranes for material handling
  • Able to perform hands on work with industrial lubricants
  • SAP or ERP/ MRP system experience
  • Two years experience as an Assembler and Tester or a job role focused on shop repair of oil & gas industry equipment or related equipment
  • Experience with operating high pressure test equipment - hydro and nitrogen gas
  • Prior experience operating and maintaining Hydraulic torque equipment
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  • Performs a variety of subassembly and assembly tasks such as gunking and glassing, installing deck hardware, bilge system work, work on deck/hull areas, etc
  • May be used in conjunction with the Bilge Prep/Installation and Electrical Assembly positions in the large boat plants where people working on the assembly line are somewhat more specialized in the type of assembly tasks performed
  • Positions may do a limited amount of cabinet fitting but it is not the primary emphasis of the job
  • Typically requires a high school education and one year of prior carpentry, plumbing, or mechanical experience on entry
  • Ability to identify Short Stocks and report them
  • Ability to pass respirator fit test
  • Ability to read and understand Production Schedule
  • Ability to work in a dusty environment
  • Ability to work in a hot environment
  • Communication Skills
  • Familiarity with Kits
  • Hand Tool Knowledge
  • High School Education or GED equivalent
  • Knowledge of area and job tasks
  • Knowledge of hazardous chemical handling and disposal
  • Knowledge of mechanical objects
  • Overall Floor Knowledge
  • Understanding of Special Instructions
  • Verbal Skills
  • Work Experience in Field
  • Working knowledge of 3 or more areas
  • Working knowledge of Procedures , instructions, and documents as it relates to the quality system
  • Written Skills
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  • Must follow all safety and quality standards at all times, including chemical handling standards and PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)
  • Ability to use a variety of hand and pneumatic tools
  • Knowledge of fasteners (nuts, bolts, screws, solid & blind rivets) preferred
  • Basic skills in forklift, overhead hoist, computer, and electrical components assemblies preferred
  • Ability to understand and follow verbal and written directions
  • Ability to work with fellow coworkers in close proximity and in a team environment displaying mutual respect
  • Ability to fluently speak, read, understand, and write English
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  • Performs prep work in bilge area hooking up various hoses, connections and plumbing
  • Applies finish beads to windows on deck and hull sides
  • Assists in installing swim platforms in PH3 and PH4
  • Ability to apply caulk with a consistent quality finish
  • Ability to work in a hot and dusty environment
  • Working knowledge of Hand Tools
  • Plumbing experience a plus
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  • Ability to arrange things or actions in a certain order or pattern according to a specific rule or set of rules (e.g., patterns of numbers, letters, words, pictures, mathematical operations)
  • Ability to quickly and repeatedly adjust the controls of a machine to exact positions
  • Forklift Certification is a plus
  • Previous mechanical assembly experience is preferred
  • Physical Ability to occasionally lift, carry, and/or move objects weighing up to 50 pounds
  • Physical Ability to stand for long periods of time
  • Physical Ability to read and see details at close range (within a few feet of the observer)
  • Physical Ability to infrequently stoop, bend, kneel, crouch, crawl, climb, reach, twist, and grasp
  • Physical Ability to make fast, simple repetitive movements of the fingers, hands, and wrists
  • Physical Ability to operate pneumatic tools
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  • Must be able to complete tasks by reading and interpreting shop copies and drawings with little supervision
  • Able to perform all duties required to assemble and prep doors, install louvers, glass and sticking
  • Seek out, implement and share best practices within and across departments to improve safety, productivity and quality
  • Assist in development and implementation of 6S initiatives
  • Ability to read and understand all Safety Procedures
  • Perform all tasks assigned by the Custom Lead
  • Perform daily house keeping
  • Background check and drug screen
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  • May perform routine tasks in preparation for assembly such as cutting wire to specified size, stripping, tinning, or bending wire parts, wiring and fastening terminal connections
  • Assembles and installs various electrical or electronic components where operation and sequence are specified by blueprints, wire lists, diagrams, or established operations practices
  • Uses various common hand tools such as wire strippers, crimpers, wrenches, screwdrivers, and pliers
  • May operate automatic and semi-automatic assembly equipment
  • Notifies group leader or supervisor of quality or other issues
  • Ability to build to bill of materials (BOM) or assembly drawing and check document revisions in Agile
  • May be assigned to AAG assembly, kit prep, transformer assembly, component selection, service operations, and other areas
  • May perform solder touch-up or solder of parts as a secondary operation (non SMT)
  • If mechanical, may perform mechanical assembly of a medium complexity item using basic tools procedures and fasteners
  • May train other assemblers
  • Has substantial understanding of the job, and applies knowledge and skills to complete a wide range of tasks
  • Ability to follow written and verbal instructions is required
  • High school or equivalent plus 3 years or more of related experience that preferably includes IPC/JSTD
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  • Station Efficiency Certification - demonstrate the ability to achieve standard production rates
  • PPE Requirements – demonstrate the ability to identify required Personal Protective Equipment and proper use
  • Ergonomic Awareness - demonstrate the ability to identify the Ergonomic Equipment required and proper use
  • Standard Work Understanding– demonstrate the ability to understand and apply the standard work
  • Quality Standards– complete regulatory training requirements and demonstrate standards compliance
  • True North Review– actively participate in & complete the True North Strategy review (Getting the Right Things Done)
  • Team Assimilation- actively participate in & complete the Team Assimilation training session
  • Team Communications- actively participate in & complete the Team Communications training session
  • Level II Development- in order to support the needs of the team and professional growth, the Level I team member will be encouraged to actively pursue the Core Competencies required for Level II
  • Kaizen Team Training- actively participate in & complete the Kaizen Team Member Training session
  • 7-Step Problem Solving– actively participate in & complete the 7-Step Problem Solving Training Session
  • OSHA Safety Training – actively participate in & complete the OSHA Basic Safety Training Session
  • 6-S Training- actively participate in & complete the 6-S training session
  • Behavioral Expectations/Ethics– actively participate in & complete the Conflict Management training session
  • High Performance Teams– actively participate in & complete the High Performance Team training session
  • House of Quality – actively participate in & complete the House of Quality training session
  • Lock-out/Tag-out Awareness -actively participate in & complete the Lock-out/Tag-out Awareness training session
  • Level II Development- in order to support the needs of the team and professional growth, the Level I team member will be encouraged to actively pursue the Training Certifications required for Level II
  • Participate in a Kaizen Team Event- actively participate in successful Kaizen Team event
  • Support a 7-Step Problem Solving– actively participate in a successful 7-Step Problem event
  • Represent the Cell in a successful 6-S Line Audit– inspect, prepare and represent the cell in a successful 6-S line audit
  • Level II Development- in order to support the needs of the team and professional growth, the Level I team member will be encouraged to actively pursue the Proficiency/Certifications required for Level II
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  • Comply with all Health and Safety requirements
  • Comply with departmental and quality operating procedures
  • Comply with all Quality Management System (QMS) requirements
  • Assist with external and internal regulatory departmental audits and specialist customer training courses
  • Operate a "right first time/every time" production strategy within the cell and utilise Quality Cost analysis to improve cell effectiveness
  • Contribute to control documentation (Routing/Work Instructions/Quality Procedures etc.) formulation and maintenance, reviewing as necessary to maintain and improve operational effectiveness
  • Perform production operations in accordance with standard Routings/Drawings and approved production methods (ISO (International Standards Organisation), EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) etc)
  • Perform visual inspection and Final Release to authorised levels
  • Ensure all necessary Test Equipment/Tooling being utilised is available and within calibration
  • Relevent experience in electronic/electrical/mechanical assembly techniques with a proven track record of competence to successfully carry out the requirements of the role
  • A working knowledge of MRP systems and Production Control systems and Advanced Manufacturing Techniques
  • Computer literate with some working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Outlook
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  • Performs a wide variety of electronic or electro-mechanical assembly operations on assemblies or sub-assemblies
  • Determines and/or follows methods and sequence of operations in performing wiring, component installation, hand soldering and cable harnessing on assembly units
  • Follows standard practices and procedures in analyzing situations or data from which answers can be readily obtained
  • Typically requires 2-8 years of related experience, or a combination of education, training and experience that demonstrate the required skills
  • Familiarity with various mechanical and electrical measuring equipment
  • Familiarity with Windows and other PC based software
  • Able to safely lift and manipulate up to 35 pounds
  • Ability to read work instructions and assembly drawings
  • Excellent manual dexterity - ability to work with small objects and microscopes
  • Ability to handle common industrial chemicals safely
  • Superior hand/eye coordination
  • Quick learner with verbal and written instructions
  • Ability to use a variety of small hand tools
  • Ability to work well with a team
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  • Suggest and implement improvements of existing equipment and/or designs to improve safety, quality, delivery and productivity
  • Work is supervised daily or weekly with assignments that encompass a well-defined set of tasks. Follows established procedures, processes, or policies
  • Detail oriented and organized
  • Ability to understand and execute basic standard procedures
  • Ability to perform basic reading, writing, and math functions
  • Ability to perform basic assembly skills
  • Ability to effectively work in a team environment
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  • Products may include but are not limited to small products, light subassemblies, and/or complete units of a smaller size
  • May be part of a crew and assist skilled operators in performance of skilled function
  • May work at bench as member of assembly group that processes or assembles one or two specific parts and passes unit to another worker
  • May be known according to product assembled
  • May repair units that fail to meet specifications
  • Keeps equipment operational by completing preventive maintenance requirements; following manufacturer's instructions; troubleshooting malfunctions; calling for repairs
  • Level 1 Beginning Level. Employees in this first (1st) level satisfy the basic job requirements. As the employee gains knowledge and experience, the work reviews, checks, and supervision may be reduced. Complexity or variety of work is typical, and there are no additional technical, mathematical, or scientific requirements beyond the basic requirements
  • Level 2 Intermediate Level. Employees in this second (2nd) level require greater knowledge, training, and/or experience than level 1. The amount of work review, checks, and supervision are less for an employee at level 2 than at level 1. Complexity or variety of work is moderately higher than level 1 and may involve greater technical, mathematical, or scientific skills than level
  • Level 3 Senior Level. Employees in this third (3rd) level require greater knowledge, training, and/or experience than level 2. The amount of work review, checks, and supervision are less for an employee at level 3 than at level 2. Complexity or variety of work is higher than level 2 and may involve greater technical, mathematical, or scientific skills than level 2. The scope of assignments may vary when compared to level 2
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  • Computer knowledge. Able to work and understand computer applications with a minimum of assistance and training
  • Must be detailed oriented in handling information and data
  • Basic math proficiency
  • Ability to work with minimal work instruction
  • Assists others on team
  • Demonstrates willingness and ability to resolve issue conflicts with co-workers and the ability to reach successful conclusions
  • Treats co-workers with respect
  • Able to clearly and effectively communicate with peers, engineers, supervisors, managers, and leads
  • Able to articulate and comprehend information and instructions
  • Ability to interact with all employees in a professional, cooperative and constructive manner
  • Ability to work with small components
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  • At least 1-3 months prior experience
  • Current IPC-610D and J-STD-001 certification strongly preferred
  • Must be able to use arithmetic, including decimals and fractions
  • Make use of diagrams and related data, requiring some interpretation
  • Follow specific verbal and basic written instructions to perform work tasks
  • Continuous mental and visual attention to manipulate small parts and perform assembly operations
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  • Requires 1-2 years of related experience
  • Ability to regularly lift, push, and/or move up to 50 pounds
  • Ability to stand for a prolonged period of time
  • Ability to work on ladders
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  • Assembly of details on parts utilizing various tools
  • Work from complex product drawings, manuals, and specifications
  • Adherence to Operator Acceptance Procedures (OAP)
  • Inspect finished product and identify defects
  • Utilizes precision measuring instruments to inspect parts
  • Maintains accurate work records
  • Willingness to support team concept and learn/perform other duties as required
  • Maintains standards for 6S and tool control
  • Recognizes process variation, adjusts accordingly while maintaining compliant work practices, and consistently produces conforming hardware
  • Maintains productivity standards
  • Willingness to work outside normal work hours to support assembly requirements
  • Understand how to identify and effectively use a variety of power and hand tools
  • Read, understand and utilize procedures, detailed computerized build plans, and basic mathematical calculations
  • Ability to perform precise and detailed work
  • Communicate effectively and professionally with others, both written and verbal within the team
  • Follow and promote safe work practices
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  • Processing time tickets and reading bill of materials
  • Inventory cycle counts/yield counts
  • Delivering completed work to correct bins and work area
  • High School diploma preferred
  • Physical ability to perform all duties assigned
  • Ability to manually lift up to 75 pounds
  • Ability to work in a standing position for entire shift (normal shift 8-10 hours with overtime)
  • Good communication skills and judgment
  • Must be proficient in reading technical manuals and instructions in English
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  • Performs any assembly-type functions, using hand or power tools
  • Develops and maintains positive working relationships within the company
  • Must be able to wear protective gear and equipment
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  • Ability to properly identify WPO areas that relate to job responsibilities
  • 3 months manufacturing experience required
  • Six months assembly experience preferred
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  • Responsible for quality checks using appropriate gauges as necessary
  • Maintain productivity standards and perform changeovers while exhibiting cooperation and communication skills
  • Perform self inspections while adhering to company policies, safety standards, and good housekeeping practices
  • Know and understand the specifications of the Quality Policy and Procedures and contributes to the achievement of the quality objectives
  • High School Diploma or equivalent and minimum of 12 months assembly or machine operator experience in a manufacturing environment
  • Basic computer skills and mechanical aptitude
  • Ability to pay significant attention to detail, be self-motivated, ability to function as a team member in a group incentive environment, and communicate with all levels of the department and organization
  • Ability to lift, bend, twist, and move up to 50 lbs. repetitively
  • Dexterity to assemble component parts
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  • Read and understand build sheets & work instructions
  • Use SAP system to scan in build sheets and input information
  • Assemble and disassemble all types of carts
  • Understand and know what all components of the carts are and their functionality
  • Material handling
  • Wear proper PPE at all times
  • Help maintain a high level of 5S standards in the entire department
  • Basic knowledge of and ability to be trained in the use of various hand and power tools
  • Organizational and communication skills
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  • Must have minimum 3 years prior manufacturing assembly experience
  • Hand/Eye coordination
  • Ability to read and interpret ass