Job Title:

Assembler

Category:
Industrial
Job Division:
LAUNCH Industrial Jobs - Assembly LAUNCH Industrial Jobs - Material Handler
Posting #:
2019-15118

Job Summary:

2nd Shift Assembler

 

A large client of ours is looking for a 2nd shift Assembler for their Elk Grove Village Plant. These will be working from 2PM to 10:30PM, Monday through Friday with the possibility for OT after shift’s and occasional Saturdays. They will be making $14p/hour and working on a 6 month contract to direct basis. A few must haves/responsibilities are:

1.     Basic Purpose and Objective of the Position

This position is responsible for magnetizing, demagnetizing and assemblies from the very simple to very complex products with minimal supervision.

Major Responsibilities reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions:

An employee in this position will perform tasks directly related to:

  • An expert in the use and maintenance of magnetizing, demagnetizing and marking procedures and equipment used at client.
  • Can train other assemblers in the use of this equipment as well as assembly techniques.
  • Can provide first piece approval and limited supervision of other assemblers
  • Able to follow detailed prints and work instructions to assemble even the most complex and detailed magnet assemblies.
  • Able to read and follow detailed quality, customer and safety requirements.
  • Knowledgeable in the use of Lean Manufacturing techniques and can assist the cell leader and supervisor in improving assembly processes and work areas.
  • Observes clients quality, safety and customer related process procedures.
  • Able to enter tracking information on work-orders and quality related documents as well as entry and retrieval of information on computer records.
  • Able to lead and work with an assembly team, especially in larger, more complex, or high volume products.
  • Must maintain a neat work environment
  • Fairly dynamic, as requirements grow and change with the addition of new products.
  • Demanding, as customer requirements place a growing importance on quality conformance, response time and meeting deadlines.
  • Challenging, as technical expertise in a wide variety of industries is essential for success.
  • Assist with special projects and perform other related duties as assigned.
  1. Qualifications and Job Demands
  • Strong oral, written and listening communication skills; must be able to read, write, speak and understand English
  • Documentation – Able to read and follow work instructions, fill-out required paperwork and data entry / retrieval; must be able to have a thorough understanding of clients’s processes and capabilities.
  • Able to organize and monitor own work and work of assembly teams
  • Attentive to detail, follow through, time management. Proper balance of quantity and quality of work
  • Self-Motivated, Focused and Results Oriented
  • Must have a professional personal presence with an upbeat, energetic personality.
  • Must be able to take initiative, be dependable and take pride in their work.
  • Able to lift up to 50 pounds
  1. Nature of Position and Business Environment

Interactions:

  • Daily contacts with Assembly Supervisor, other warehouse and assembly personnel and other plant personnel involved in producing or assembling companies products.

Business Environment:

  • Fairly dynamic, as requirements grow and change with the addition of new products.
  • Demanding, as customer requirements place a growing importance on quality conformance, response time and meeting deadlines.
  • Challenging, as technical expertise in a wide variety of industries is essential for success.
  • Teamwork, essential to achieving success.
  • Occasional long workdays to fulfill job assignments.
  • Customer demands and pace of business place a growing importance on rapid response time.
  • Dynamic, as new challenges and personalities are introduced.
  • Teamwork is required to achieve goals.

Working Environment:

  • Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment with demonstrated ability to juggle multiple competing tasks and demands.
  • Generally clean, assembly environment
  1. Organizational Relationships:                      
  • Reports to a Assembly Cell Supervisor or Cell Leader
  • Works with other assemblers, various other production personnel
  • Occasional interface with company management, engineering, purchasing and sales personnel