1.The Assembly worker completes tasks as directed by manufacturing schedules with minimal supervision; she/he performs bench-type processes to complete assemblies and sub-assemblies using various hand, power, and marking tools, as well as measuring instruments; or, 2.The worker performs bench-type processes to remove and/or disassemble parts to clean, repair, or rework them; the worker reports defective materials and supply or production problems to his or her supervisor immediately.3.The worker may read and interpret blueprints or diagrams and other materials to determine the type and configuration of the part assembly process and is responsible for following the appropriate build document, or in the absence of a build document, the proper document proceedure without deviation. Problems with a build document or procedure should be brought to management immediately. 4.She/he uses proper test equipment to ensure the reliability and quality of their finished work; and, may operate pneumatic and hand tools in addition to tape measure, calipers and other quality measuring equipment. 5.The position maintains the work area by keeping equipment clean and the work station orderly; she/he performs the required preventative maintenance on tools/equipment as required; and, follows the prescribed safety regulations for the use of equipment and chemicals (adhesives, solvents, lubricants, epoxies, paints, etc.) while performing daily tasks.6.The Assembler works with team members to develop process improvement methods and strives to contain costs and reduce waste. 7.He/she contributes to a positive work environment and assists other departments or workers in order to meet production goals. 8.Performs other related duties as assigned.