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Assembler 1 - 3rd Shift

The Assembler will work on production equipment not automated such as RF Sealer and will assist the production areas in various tasks including sorting, counting, 5S activities, replenishing supplies, organizing stock, hanging blades, and assignments. May serve as a backup to other positions at the direction of management; other duties as assigned.
Duties and Responsibilities
Work on non-automated equipment such as RF Sealer and other kitting functions
Perform work per work instructions and area metrics
Keep work area clean by disposing empty boxes and cardboard, as well as keeping material
Inform proper personnel of material shortage
Train others in all areas
Adhere to all safety requirements in the work area
Practice 5Ss
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Understand and follow verbal and written instructions
Basic math skills
Work well with others
Education and Experience Requirements
High school diploma or equivalent
Physical and Weight Lifting Demands
The physical and weight lifting demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Frequency
Letter Code
Defined as
Never
N
Infrequent
I
Up to 1 hour per day
Occasionally
O
1 to 2 hours per day
Frequently
F
2 to 5 hours per day
Continuously
C
6+ hours per day
Physical Task
Frequency
Reason for Physical Actions
Stand
C
Standing work
Sit
I
Load, drive and unload forklift
Walk
O
Manually handle items
Bend/Twist
C
As required to pick up manually handle items; turn from side to side to view load
Push / Pull
F
As required to pick up boxes of parts or finished goods
Climb (stairs, ladders)
I
Climbing on and off the forklift; to access top level of facility
Reach
F
As required to assemble, inspect, or pack product
Lift
F
To place frames on fixtures or move product
Carry
I
Grasp/Grip
C
Boxes; forklift controls
Repetitive Motions
C
Load and unload boxes of products and parts
Kneel/Crawl
I
Run
N
Jump
N
Rapid work speed
F
To keep production lines moving
Filing
N
Finger movement
F
Load and unload boxes of finished products and parts
Keyboard use
I
Close vision
C
Color vision
F
To determine accurate counts of finished products
Depth perception
C
Far vision
F
Hear
C
Talk
C
As required to communicate w/in cell
Smell
N
Touch
N
Temperature
C
Able to work in various temperatures
Amount of Weight
Frequency
Reason for Action
Up to 40 pounds
C
To move product
Personal Protective Equipment
Equipment
Frequency
Reason
Safety glasses
C
To protect eyes
Leather shoes
C
To protect feet
Gloves
F
To protect hands
Ear Plugs
N
To protect hearing
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled


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