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Traverse City, MI, US

0079 Assembler

Assembler Essential Functions:

  • Ability to use independent judgment, in visual checks to determine if process is within control
  • Restock workstation with necessary parts and equipment
  • Conduct quality checks as indicated in the Control Plan, and complete the appropriate paperwork
  • Perform assembly operations per work instructions
  • Weigh and pack finished goods
  • Transport boxes accepted by quality to the end of the press/machine row
  • Certify parts from hold cage
  • Review work instructions and quality alerts daily at assigned presses/machines to assure proper part review, and sign-off on new quality alerts as needed.
  • Attend shift meetings
  • Notify supervisor, process tech, operator, and/or inspector of any part or equipment defects that affect quality of the parts and/or hinder the ability to do the job required.
  • Notify process tech, supervisor, operator, and/or inspector when press alarms and/or stops running for any reason, or if scheduled press is not running.
  • Rewind a variety of terminals, as defined by product codes
  • Package and label properly
  • Visually inspect equipment to ensure proper operating condition.
  • Maintain cleanliness and organization of work area.



Job Requirements


  • Perform other duties as required by supervisor
  • High school diploma or GED required.
  • Knowledge of arithmetic is required
  • Basic skills in oral and written communication
  • Comply with all Environment, Health, and Safety {EH&S}rules and procedures.




Assembly Evaluations:


  • Assembly  trainee evaluation will be made on a weekly basis.
  • Training will follow the training plan.
  • There is a 60 day qualification period.


Working Conditions:


Degree of Physical Demands (Strength) usually associated with this classification:

  • Exerting up to 25 pounds of force frequently, or negligible amount of force constantly to move objects. 
  • Exerting 25-50 pounds occasionally.
  • Physical demand requirements are in excess of those for sedentary work.
  • Involves walking, standing, stooping, bending, kneeling, lifting frequently, with occasional crouching.


 Environmental conditions (Physical Surroundings) usually associated with this classification:

  • The associate is subject to environmental conditions common to a plant environment, including cramped conditions between presses and enclosures.
  • Some exposure to loud noise and oil. Activities occur inside and outside


Environmental conditions (Hazards) usually associated with this classified:

  • Exposure to noise, possible cuts, blisters, and pinch points.



The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.

Nearest Major Market: Traverse City
Nearest Secondary Market: Northern Michigan