ASSEMBLER

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Location
Waseca, Minnesota
Industry
Manufacturing & Production (Production Occupations)
Job Type
Temp to Perm
Working Hours
7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Salary
US$ 11.45 per hour
Ref. Number
S_34771
Contact
Brady, Laura, Spherion
Phone
507-451-3400
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Job Description

Primary Objective of Position
To operate a variety of machines in accordance with established product, safety and quality standards.

Job Responsibilities

Technical Job Functions
Operate necessary equipment to perform a variety of required operations.
Perform inspection of parts. Record and interpret data for process control charts as required.
Observe established safe working and housekeeping procedures. Promptly correct and/or notify Manager of hazardous situations.
Participate in and take proactive roles in ISO, AS9100, and Lean Manufacturing methodologies for problem prevention, corrective action, identification and solution verification.

Authorities and Responsibilities
Assume other projects and responsibilities as directed.
Regular and predictable attendance is presumed to be an essential function of all employment.
Reports to Production Supervisor. Has contact with internal and external customers and co-workers.
Operates a variety of equipment to assemble products. Produces products to conform to engineering drawings, assembly documentation, and quality required.
Employee may be responsible for the generation, labeling, storage, and other general management of hazardous waste. Employee requires Hazardous Waste Management Training once per year in accordance with Minn. R. 7045.0292 if job responsibilities include handling hazardous waste.
Employee may elect respirator use while performing job tasks use per Respiratory Protection Program.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Attributes (KSAAS)

Responsibilities:
Knowledge
Ability to satisfactorily complete and implement all on-the-job and required training.
Ability to satisfactorily complete and implement all OJT and required training.
Demonstrates basic skills in using common hand tools and gauges.
Ability to learn and use basic statistical concepts.
Ability to understand engineering drawings and assembly documentation.
Ability to determine if parts and assemblies meet quality standards.
Mechanical ability

Working hours: 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM

Skills:
Analytical, Business and Technical
Ability to apply job knowledge and skills to improve productivity, quality and timeliness, and to solve problems, using good judgment.
Ability to implement new technologies or methods as needed.
Ability to hold sensitive data and information in confidence.
Ability to understand and implement AS9100, ISO and Lean Manufacturing methodologies.
Ability to operate equipment and use tools and techniques effectively, efficiently and in accordance with ergonomic principles.
Ability to anticipate, negotiate and manage conflicts, problems, changing situations and deadlines.
Proficiency in software as required; ability to perform math calculations, measurement, analysis or reporting as directed.
Ability to comply with Company policies and procedures.
Communication
Ability to communicate effectively and appropriately orally, in writing or electronically.
Ability to communicate work goals, progress and changes as required.
Interpersonal
Ability to apply interpersonal skills (empathy, negotiation, rapport, sensitivity), to develop and maintain effective working relationships.
Ability to demonstrate character, integrity, honesty, ethical behaviors and industriousness.
Ability to effectively participate in teams and projects and contribute to unit cohesiveness and productivity.

Education:
High School

Experience:
0-1 years

Qualifications:
Quality
You will be part of a QMS (Quality Management System) that continually aims to reduce/eliminate non-conformance while striving to meet/exceed customer expectations in the most cost effective and efficient manner.

Manufacturing
Maintain a positive work atmosphere by communicating in a manner that interfaces well with customers, co-workers, and management members.
Continually monitor manufacturing methods, processes and procedures to ensure departmental goals are met while maintaining or improving cost competitiveness, which includes identifying, recommending, and implementing necessary improvements.


Education and Experience

Basic Qualifications
High school diploma or GED equivalent, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Previous manufacturing experience or specialized training

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