High School diploma or GED required (Associate's Degree preferred) with 6 months of rework/assembly experience required.
Willingness, flexibility and commitment required to succeed in a high demand, broad responsibility team environment.
Work a standard shift (much of the time standing) and routinely lift between 10 lbs and up to 50 lbs.
Excellent interpersonal skills, attention to detail and strong organizational skills, especially in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment; exceptional verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to demonstrate responsiveness, tact, diplomacy, good judgment, and confidentiality in communications with all levels of personnel, clients, and outside vendors.
Strong written and verbal English language communication skills.
Reporting to the Manufacturing Manager/Production Supervisor. The Rework/Assembly Operators will perform a variety of basic assembly steps for prepping, testing and packaging assigned components for the manufacturing of electro-mechanical consumer devices.
Essential Job Functions - Responsibilities:
Maintain rigid housekeeping standards and follow applicable safety rules.
Have the ability to work as a productive, cooperative and professional member of a team of operators during shift.
Follow written and visual instructions to perform repetitive and sometimes tedious tasks such as labeling, scanning, and integration of components at a high level consistently.
Successfully complete builds within standard build time; use on line production tools for building and data collection.
Perform repetitive and sometimes tedious tasks such as labeling, scanning, and integration of components at a high level consistently.
Must comply with all defined requirements when assembling and handling of material per process documentation.
Learn and stay in compliance with ESD policies (Electrostatic Discharge).
Operate a material handling lift for anything over 40 lbs. or above chest level or below knee level.
Works under close supervision of Senior Assembler(s)