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Assembly - 1st shift

Mequon, WI 53092

Posted: 04/23/24 Industry: Assemblers Job Number: IV77084328 Pay Rate: $17.25 / hour

Job Description

Job Title: 1st Shift Assembler 
Schedule: Monday - Friday 
Pay Rate: 17.25/HR 
Location: Mequon, WI 

Job Description:
Assemble components and operate assembly operations as required.  Operate various machines, (riveter, air ratchets, testers, presses, etc...) and operate a number of machines or testers simultaneously throughout the day.  Verify and maintain quality of work produced.  Complete all tags, cards and charts. Train and assist other assemblers in cell of expertise. Will cross-train within the cell to learn all areas of the assembly process.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities                                                          
  1. Prepare work area.  Check Blueprints, routings, and validate REV levels match production schedule. Validate components as defined by blueprint.
  2. Set-up jobs and assists other assemblers with set-ups and start-ups.
  3. Assemble all components properly following standard work procedures, specific work instructions, or instructions from Supervisor, Engineer, Manager or Lead person.
  4. Visually inspect parts for chips, burrs, cleanliness, broken tooling, defective paint and porosity.
  5. Complete scrap tags, mark defective area and place in designated scrap carts.
  6. Document all customer names, all heat and lot numbers, such as rubber products, friction material, part counts, material codes, and shipping part numbers.
  7. Perform “first-piece inspections” and various unsupervised routine inspections, visually or with the use of checking devices. 
  8. Prepare all finished units for shipment.
  9. Verify and maintain the quality of work produced through visual inspection, testing, and inspection work instructions.  Notify supervisor or lead of any nonconformity, and document as required.
  10. Perform 6S daily and maintain a safe and clean work area complying with procedures.  This includes mopping, sweeping, emptying mop and water buckets, and cleaning machines. 
  11. Follow all ISO established procedures and participate in continuous improvement.
  12. Consistently demonstrate/be a team player, respectful, cooperative, trustworthy, and willing to help and to take ownership in solving problems. 
  13. Participate in LEAN/Kaizen activity as requested
  14. Complete JITS, OEE, Shop Trak, and hour x hour production boards in accordance with standards.
  15. Actively engage in learning more than one assembly cell
  16. Follow all corporate policies and procedures including contract language for professional standards. 
Requirements of Knowledge, Skill and Ability
  1. Must have the ability to read, comprehend and follow documented standard work instructions in order to perform the duties described above.
  2. Must be able to follow production and quality standards while documenting in the ERP system (Syteline) such as JITS. 
  3. Must possess the ability to perform basic arithmetic required for charting and calculating order quantities.
  4. Ability to meet production requirements as defined by Takt Time with strong attention to detail and quality procedures as defined by all work instructions and standard operational documents.  
  5. Ability to stand 85-100% of the time.
  6. Comprehensive understanding of part defects, as well as assembly practices.
  7. Ability to identify part defects. 
  8. Ability to document and communicate any part shortages, disruptions and/or any positive progress during the workday.
HS Diploma or GED required
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