Blue Earth, Minnesota
Manufacturing & Production
Job Type
Temp to Perm
US$ 11.00 - US$ 12.00 per hour, $11 - 12 per hour + none
Ref. Number
Friedrichs, Carissa, Spherion
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Job Description

Assembles wire harnesses, cable assemblies, printed circuit boards/mechanical assemblies
with the use of various hand tools, adhering to the standards required.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Perform basic assembly tasks at a proficiency and quality standard rate set by the plant.
- Read and follow written build instructions (process sheets) to perform assigned
operation(s), including numbered lists, color coding and diagrams.
- Perform operations defined in product documentation to build printed circuit/mechanical
assemblies. This includes, but is not limited to, preparing parts, stuffing, inspection,
testing, rework, soldering, packaging, masking and modifications.
- Position, insert and fasten a variety of mechanical and electrical parts.
- Select and route specific wires to a pre-determined point, tasks include cutting wire, and
attaching terminal and/or connector.
- Remove specified amounts of outer cable/wire jacket to prepare material for next
- Operate various types of equipment designed to complete specific tasks, such as
crimping a terminal onto the end of a wire or printing numbers on rubber material.
- Clean parts and/or assemblies using common solvents, as required.
- Support quality systems and takes corrective action of any issues that may adversely
affect the customer.
- Initiate documentation corrections and works with engineering to ensure processes are
accurately defined.
- Understand and maintain Safety and Housekeeping Standards.

Working hours: MONDAY-FRIDAY 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Less than high school education; or up to one month related experience or training; or
equivalent combination of education and experience.
Language Ability:
Ability to read documents written in English such as work instructions.
Mathematical Ability:
Ability to do basic math calculations. Knowledge of measuring techniques,
reading rulers (US units), tape measures.
Reasoning Ability:
Ability to deal with standardized situations and carry out simple instructions.
Computer Skills:
To perform this job successfully, an individual should have general computer knowledge.
Color Vision:
Ability to identify different color wires, tabs and electronic components.
Assemblers work with their hands.
Mechanical/Technical Skills:
Assemblers need to be able to read and understand blueprints, manuals, and work with
computers, machines and motion-control assembly robots to do their job.
Some assembly jobs will require strength to lift heavy objects during the assembly process.
Assemblers are on their feet for long periods of time often doing repetitious motions.

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