Production Operator

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PRODUCTION OPERATORS

Make the most of your valued expertise with a local manufacturing facility based in Fenton, Michigan. This global company is a worldwide leader in driveline and chassis technology as well as active and passive safety technology. 

This is a climate-controlled, highly automated manufacturing facility which specializes in braking technology.  It provides a clean and safe environment, with the potential for full time employment.

Position Overview:

Production operators will be responsible for operating machinery and assembling components into a machined valve body.  May fabricate, assemble, fit, fasten, install, hand finish and/or test products or perform other hand work such as welding, cutting, molding, painting and packaging.  May also set-up, operate production machinery.  May move and/or control the movement of materials, supplies and finished goods to designated locations into and/or within the facility and/or onto vehicles for shipment.  May be required to read micrometers and blueprints as well as use gauges.  May be required to visually inspect parts.  Maintain appropriate records.  May interface with and/or contact customers or suppliers.  May perform vertical task/job enrichment jobs that are outside the normal scope of direct production tasks.

 

Essential functions and responsibilities:

· Adhere to all personal protective equipment and safety requirements

· Ability to operate machinery and perform changeovers

· Assemble components into machined valve body

· Reset faults, start and stop projects, multi-tasking & count material

· Perform visual inspections and identify potential quality concerns

· Perform lot control and tagging of components, work in process, and/or finished goods

· Complete check sheets and reports

· Retrieve and unpack components and stock the line

· Pack parts into dunnage

· Operate pallet truck to move material and dunnage

· Clean cell and area around the cell

 

Posted Requirements (skills, experience, education and duration):

· Prior manufacturing/assembly preferred, but not required. 

· Manual Dexterity

· Strong interpersonal skills, ability to work well with others

· Ability to follow directions and instructions provided by trainer

· Ability to perform calculations quickly & accurately

· Ability to read, understand and perceive relevant technical and non-technical material

· Ability to sort objects into sets or categories on the basis of color, size, shape and quality

· Problem solving

· Basic computer skills preferred

· Ability to work in a team-based environment

 

Hours: Hiring for all shifts - 1st shift (7:00am - 3:30pm), 2nd shift (3:00pm - 11:30pm) & 3rd shift (11:00pm - 7:30am) with overtime as instructed. 

Pay $12-$12.50 per hour

**Must maintain a TWO shift availability through the assignment.

 

Education required:

High School Diploma or GED

 

Additional Selling Points:

This position has several great benefits as an Adecco Employee:

· Weekly Pay

· Electronic pay via Direct Deposit or Pay Card

· Electronic pay stub & annual W-2 availability

· Employee Website

· Health Benefit Plans

· Perfect Attendance Incentive

· Free Training & Development Courses

Apply online www.adeccousa.com

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