Assembler I - 2nd shift |
- M-Th 2:45pm-1:15am
An Assembler I is the first level of assemblers. This job builds assigned instruments or components and requires some experience with soldering, working under microscopes, or mechanical assembly. Under general supervision, the Assembler I may be assigned to perform mechanical assembly, sensor mounting, or building new instrument from specifications. They must be willing and able to perform a variety of duties (rotate) within the assigned production areas (cells) as required. Employees will be required to complete specific objectives and/or gain additional skills before moving to an Assembler II position.
- Under general supervision, performs assembly operations at a work station or bench using basic hand tools.
- Work together with assigned group to complete production orders by the expected date.
- May do hand soldering, work under microscopes, and/ or do rework and repairs on standard assemblies.
- Perform calibrations and variables testing requiring judgment to assure conformance to specifications.
- Perform troubleshooting and repairs with assistance.
- Perform standard and non-standard setups exercising judgment in making adjustments and documenting changes.
- Verify part quality.
- Use keyboard and computer terminal to enter data into the SAP screens as required.
- Actively participate in process improvement and recommend changes to manufacturing procedures.
- Perform daily organization and cleanup of work area.
- Follow all safety guidelines and report unsafe conditions to supervisor.
- Build sub assemblies which require multiple people working on it or build a new instrument from the beginning to end.
- Other duties as assigned.
- High School Diploma or GED.
- Minimum of one year experience in a production/manufacturing environment. Requires soldering and/or microscope experience. Some cells will require additional and/or specific types of assembly experience. Example: small parts mechanical assembly, high volume assembly, sensor mounting.
- Perform assembly duties in other areas and cells as needed.
- Willing and able to assist others with their commitments when they are overloaded.
- Demonstrated ability to work from approved drawings and procedures.
- Requires judgment to plan, perform, and make decisions as to the sequence of set-ups, operations, and processes.
- Basic computer skills including the ability to check reports and record information. Entry level SAP.
- Strong interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills in order to ask questions, get clarifications, and make suggestions.
- Ability to train others on standard procedures and assemblies.
- Proficient at addition, subtraction, multiplication, and making measurements.
- Proficient at reading instructions and procedures.
- General working knowledge of measuring devices and test equipment.
- Shows a commitment to quality workmanship and attention to detail.
- Ability to work well as a team member to accomplish group goals.
- Ability to learn and understand how to complete a task in a short period of time.
- Willing and able to be coached and mentored by others.
- Flexible and able to adapt to changing environment.
We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. TSI is a drug and alcohol free workplace. Pre-employment screenings are conducted.