Which of these positions are the ideal match for you?ASSEMBLERS will follow work instructions to perform mechanical assembly using pneumatic and digital drills. Perform routine quality inspections to ensure product is properly assembled. Ensure workstation is kept clean and safe at all times. Work with teammates to meet production goals. SHIPPING COORDINATORS will ensure shipments are prepared to clients policies and procedures, and conform to customer-specific requirements, and governmental regulations. Sign shipping documents as necessary to process shipments domestic and international. Maintain system accuracy for shipments and inventory. Assist associates with work process problems. Review customer feedback with the management team and interact with internal and external teams to resolve issues and debits.QUALITY INSPECTORS will tests and inspects products at various stages of the production process. Assist with audits and product/process validation. Use gauges and other devices to confirm conformity to product standards.CYCLE COUNTERS will perform daily cycle counts. Maintain product identification, location, and batch accuracy. Resolve inventory discrepancies. Report damaged products. Operate a forklift as needed.WATER SPIDERS will keep production lines and cells fully stocked to maintain production requirements. Ensure all empty returnable are returned to the appropriate areas as required. Report all part shortages to the material handler as required. Keep production line clean and orderly and free of debris.MATERIAL HANDLERS will operate stand-up and sit-down forklifts as well as other material handling equipment. Pick products using scanning devices to ensure accurate inventory counts. Ensure proper labeling on product. Enter parts receipts and distribute parts.