Assembler I

A. Job Summary & Dimensions
Describe the overall objective of this position and provide relevant facts and figures indicating the scale of this position's responsibilities (i.e. budgetary responsibility, sales revenue, P&L)
Responsible to assemble parts in a manual, hand-assembly environment, and also in a semi-automated assembly department.
B. Job Accountabilities
Every job has accountability for end results. These end results are accomplished by performing the tasks and activities assigned to the job. Please list your job's 5-7 key accountabilities in descending order of their importance. List each key job accountability separately and as a complete sentence. Begin each job accountability sentence with an action verb, e.g. Plans, Organizes, Directs, Monitors, Reports, Performs, Develops, Administers, Analyzes, Coordinates, Sells, etc. Your job accountability statements below must each tell what is done, why that task or activity is done, and how the successful completion of the task or activity is measured.
% of Daily Time Spent Performing this Accountability
Use 5% increments

1. Able to accurately produce parts by operating all manual work benches and all semi-automated assembly machines to achieve a minimum productivity rate of 80%.
2. Perform set up activities, if trained and as required, on all manual work benches and semi-automated assembly machines.
3. Perform quality checks, audits and inspections to ensure products are defect free. Follow established process and procedures to achieve 0 quality defects.
4. Enter data into the business software as required to complete the assembly job. As required, use the core system to perform Quantum checks, confirmations, order materials and submit a maintenance request in Frontline.
5. Follow standard work procedures before, during and at the end of the shift as defined by the department guidelines. (5S)
C. Level of Supervision
Please mark the box below for the phrase that best describes the amount of supervision received in this position.

General instructions on routine work; detailed instructions on new assignments

Problem Solving/Decision Making
Demonstrate ability to identify, analyze and solve problems.
Planning and organization
Able to handle multiple priorities.
Customer Focus
Able to produce parts in a timely fashion to satisfy customers.

II. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS (Indicate what is "required" versus what is considered "preferred")
Education, Training (Licenses and Certificates) and Work Experience
Please list the licenses and certifications required. Please list minimum job requirements and work experience that helps in performing the duties of this position. (Include formal education , licenses and certifications)
1. High School Diploma or Equivalent.
2. Able to learn the business operating systems. Able to learn to use measuring instruments.
3. Good manual dexterity, able to sit or stand for 8-hour shift.
4. Able to lift/push/pull up to 35 lbs.
5. Team oriented.
6. Quality and Safety conscious.

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