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JOB TITLE:

Assembler

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JOB LOCATION:

Burlington Vermont / United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Are you looking to join a great company in VT with growth opportunities? Our client is looking for Production Assembler to join their team in Burlington, VT. What to know about this Production Assembler Role:• Weekly pay• Pay $16 - $24 based on experience• Monday – Friday , Start between 6 am – 8 am and work an 8 hour shift.• Lots of Overtime available!• Advancement Opportunities.Overview of the Production Assembler Role:• Reads and interprets blueprints, sketches, or product specifications to determine sequence and methods of fabricating, assembling, and installing sheet metal products.• Set-up, operate and maintain equipment, tools and/or fixtures on powered equipment (press brake, spotwelder, greenard, tape machines).• Operates and conducts basic maintenance on equipment.• Must be able to trouble shoot, calibrate and perform repairs to products in work centers. This may include utilizing complex devices such as oscilloscopes, multi meters, and other complex tools and equipment.• Utilize correct fixtures in conjunction with machine settings and materials.• Verifies conformance to specifications.• Responsible for quality including first piece and in-process inspections.• Uses and understands functional gages to ensure quality products.• Basic understanding of pneumatic product – understanding specs, drawings, wiring and operation of equipment.• Continually provide corrections and process improvements of work instructions and assembly processes.• Must be able to work with model makers and engineers to develop and improve products and processes in work centers (product line)• Operate basic manual and air tools (drills, hammers, wire cutters, soldering)• Must be adept in complex mechanical, pneumatics, electrical and/or electronics to support all products and processes within the department work centers as needed.• Utilize various cleaning supplies (goo gone, stainless polish, sandpaper).Who makes a Production Assembler?• Must be able to perform repetitive and non-repetitive manufacturing processes efficiently and effectively.• Must be able to follow and understand order of operations on work orders.• Must be able to follow and understand steps and key points as described in the work instructions.• Must be able to follow non-conforming material process, red tag non-conforming parts and participate in MRB reviews as needed.• Understand the concept of one-piece flow and lean manufacturing.• Understand the importance of minimizing sub-assembly (keeping WIP to bare minimum)• Knowledge of basic inspection equipment such as: Vanier Calipers, Micrometers, Test indicators, etc.• Uses and understands functional gages to ensure quality products.• Produces quality products by following written and oral instructions.• Meet basic standard production rate, and continually improve efficiency.• Provide feedback to refine and improve processes on an ongoing basis.• Must be able to multi-task by running multiple machines or doing multiple tasks.• Excellent interpersonal / communication skills.• Ability to get along with others, be punctual, and follow instruction.• Ability to work flexible hours as needed including job rotation and/or overtime.• Follow all policies, procedures, ergonomic standards and safety requirements Education and/or ExperienceHigh school education or equivalent; and/or up to three years related experience or training in a manufacturing environment; or equivalent combination of education and experience.Apply today for your interview for the Production Assembler position.

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Aug 24, 2022

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S165718440720112

LOCATION:

Vermont / United States

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Burlington

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Are you looking to join a great company in VT with growth opportunities? Our client is looking for Production Assembler to join their team in Burlington, VT. What to know about this Production Assembler Role:• Weekly pay• Pay $16 - $24 based on experience• Monday – Friday , Start between 6 am – 8 am and work an 8 hour shift.• Lots of Overtime available!• Advancement Opportunities.Overview of the Production Assembler Role:• Reads and interprets blueprints, sketches, or product specifications to determine sequence and methods of fabricating, assembling, and installing sheet metal products.• Set-up, operate and maintain equipment, tools and/or fixtures on powered equipment (press brake, spotwelder, greenard, tape machines).• Operates and conducts basic maintenance on equipment.• Must be able to trouble shoot, calibrate and perform repairs to products in work centers. This may include utilizing complex devices such as oscilloscopes, multi meters, and other complex tools and equipment.• Utilize correct fixtures in conjunction with machine settings and materials.• Verifies conformance to specifications.• Responsible for quality including first piece and in-process inspections.• Uses and understands functional gages to ensure quality products.• Basic understanding of pneumatic product – understanding specs, drawings, wiring and operation of equipment.• Continually provide corrections and process improvements of work instructions and assembly processes.• Must be able to work with model makers and engineers to develop and improve products and processes in work centers (product line)• Operate basic manual and air tools (drills, hammers, wire cutters, soldering)• Must be adept in complex mechanical, pneumatics, electrical and/or electronics to support all products and processes within the department work centers as needed.• Utilize various cleaning supplies (goo gone, stainless polish, sandpaper).Who makes a Production Assembler?• Must be able to perform repetitive and non-repetitive manufacturing processes efficiently and effectively.• Must be able to follow and understand order of operations on work orders.• Must be able to follow and understand steps and key points as described in the work instructions.• Must be able to follow non-conforming material process, red tag non-conforming parts and participate in MRB reviews as needed.• Understand the concept of one-piece flow and lean manufacturing.• Understand the importance of minimizing sub-assembly (keeping WIP to bare minimum)• Knowledge of basic inspection equipment such as: Vanier Calipers, Micrometers, Test indicators, etc.• Uses and understands functional gages to ensure quality products.• Produces quality products by following written and oral instructions.• Meet basic standard production rate, and continually improve efficiency.• Provide feedback to refine and improve processes on an ongoing basis.• Must be able to multi-task by running multiple machines or doing multiple tasks.• Excellent interpersonal / communication skills.• Ability to get along with others, be punctual, and follow instruction.• Ability to work flexible hours as needed including job rotation and/or overtime.• Follow all policies, procedures, ergonomic standards and safety requirements Education and/or ExperienceHigh school education or equivalent; and/or up to three years related experience or training in a manufacturing environment; or equivalent combination of education and experience.Apply today for your interview for the Production Assembler position.


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