1st Shift Assembly Operator

New
  • Location
    San Diego , California
  • Salary
    $ 12 - $ 13
  • Category
    Industrial & Manufacturing - Assembly / Production
  • Job type
    Direct Hire

Title: Assembly Operator I
Department: Assembly

Position Overview:
� Utilizes a variety of hand / power tools to perform advanced assembly operations of complex assemblies in accordance with quality / quantity standards; trains employees in basic & complex assembly operations.

Duties & Responsibilities:
Duties that were aligned during Brainstorm
� Performs all work in accordance with Standard Work outline without assistance.
� Performs all work in a safe manner, to include proper use of personal protective equipment.
� Utilizes properly calibrated precision measuring instruments such as calipers, depth gages, thread gages, pin gages, and other measuring tools.

� Informs the Team Leader of any operating / material / parts condition that would interfere with quality / quantity production, and takes / coordinates approved actions to resolve the problem(s).
� Performs operator maintenance & operational checks on all departmental tools & equipment. The Assembler-I segregates and periodically disposes of scrap / recycled material into approved collection containers.
� In performing assigned duties, frequently lifts / moves up to and including 50 lbs. Standing, walking, bending, crouching, squatting, kneeling, reaching, and climbing are all required motions of the job.
� Receives daily direction and support from the Team Leader/Supervisor.
� Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned

Education & Work Experience:
� Ability to read & write (High School or equivalent) needed to comply with written instructions and complete departmental paperwork.
� One year experience in performing complex assembly operations preferred.

Title: Assembly Operator I
Department: Assembly

Position Overview:
� Utilizes a variety of hand / power tools to perform advanced assembly operations of complex assemblies in accordance with quality / quantity standards; trains employees in basic & complex assembly operations.

Duties & Responsibilities:
Duties that were aligned during Brainstorm
� Performs all work in accordance with Standard Work outline without assistance.
� Performs all work in a safe manner, to include proper use of personal protective equipment.
� Follows Specification of inspections as noted. Dimensionally checks and tests production to insure assembled output meets requirements per AQL standards.
� Utilizes properly calibrated precision measuring instruments such as calipers, depth gages, thread gages, pin gages, and other measuring tools.
� Participation in Lean activities/trainings and active use of Lean tools in daily operations to include SQDCC, Hr. X Hr. Charts and Lean Engagement programs, 5S and other programs as directed.
� Informs the Team Leader of any operating / material / parts condition that would interfere with quality / quantity production, and takes / coordinates approved actions to resolve the problem(s).
� Performs operator maintenance & operational checks on all departmental tools & equipment. The Assembler-I segregates and periodically disposes of scrap / recycled material into approved collection containers.
� In performing assigned duties, frequently lifts / moves up to and including 50 lbs. Standing, walking, bending, crouching, squatting, kneeling, reaching, and climbing are all required motions of the job.
� Receives daily direction and support from the Team Leader/Supervisor.
� Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned

Education & Work Experience:
� Ability to read & write (High School or equivalent) needed to comply with written instructions and complete departmental paperwork.
� One year experience in performing complex assembly operations preferred.

Additional Requirements:
� Our San Diego, CA facility is an ITAR controlled site. All candidates must be a �US Person� as defined by 22 C.F.R. 120.15.

  • Apply with Adecco

Reference number US_EN_1_020641_11722085