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Assembler (3rd shift)

Dwyer Instruments, Inc.

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Wolcott, IN
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Third Shift
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Job Description

As posted by the hiring company

Job Overview:

Description

The Assembler located in Wolcott, IN reports to our Plant Manager and is responsible for performing assigned varied routine assembly activities from written specifications, special instructions and/or sample control or other product.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Receive information as to routine types and models from Supervisor or Leader together with instructions if unfamiliar with specifics; check parts supplied by storeroom; secure missing or short count items, if any.
  • Arrange parts for ease of assembly on the workbench.
  • Perform assembly procedures involving some or all of the following as may be required for the unit type and model assigned:
  • Assembling sub-assemblies and parts with screws, nuts, clips, washers, springs and other fasteners using appropriate hand tools or pneumatic/electric tools.
  • Bagging/packaging of accessories in polybags using heat sealing equipment.
  • Attending and feeding simple machines.
  • Performing other simpler assembly tasks that may be necessary to complete the unit or maintain departmental efficiency.
  • Final packaging and labeling.
  • Segregate defective parts for Supervisor or Leader action.
  • Record information for specific controls or generally for work assigned and completed.
  • Clean up the immediate work area and follow prescribed procedures in handling of all components to minimize breakage or moisture or perspiration damage.




Requirements

Required Skills / Experience / Equipment Operation:

  • Must have willingness to work, learn and adapt in a fast paced environment.
  • Have the ability to follow instructions and work in production operations responsibly.
  • Must be able to read and write.
  • Must display and maintain a positive attitude.
  • Requires ability to follow instructions or samples within two to three months to attain proficiency on a variety of sub and final assembly assignments.
  • Some dexterity is necessary as most parts are small and control assembly space in some instances is confined.