Depending on where you are assigned, you may be responsible for manual component assembly, equipment operation, preparing kits for assembly, material kitting, loading/unloading the furnaces, standard work creation, material/tool cart improvements, using designated inspection equipment, performing minimal tool preventive maintenance, screen printing, or other duties as assigned.
As an Assembly Technician you will be working in a fast paced manufacturing environment and must be able to follow established safety guidelines. You will most often be standing, and you will need to regularly walk, bend, twist, reach and perform repetitive motions. You must be able to lift 50 pounds and carry 15 pounds multiple times per shift.
Schedule for Second Shift:
Good Attendance, positive attitude, excellent follow through, eagerness to learn.
Able to follow both written and verbal instructions.
Excellent hand and eye coordination.
Willingness to maintain a clean and orderly work area.
Flexibility with changing shift or work schedule.
Effective communicator/team player.