Revised: Sep 2014
Reports to: Manufacturing Supervisor
This listing of major job duties is designed to help the Assembler become aware of the major functions that they are required to regularly perform in order to assist in the smooth and efficient operation of the department and to ensure our customers the highest quality possible. Employees in this classification must be capable of performing a variety of assembly duties in an efficient manner and within prescribed standards.
1. The Assembler, working from a build schedule, fits and assembles metal fab, machined, rotomolded, injection molded, and cast parts to build various floor machine products according to specifications, using a variety of hand & power tools.
2. Will be involved with electrical assembly. Checks continuity makes sure unit is grounded, makes sure switches are working properly.
3. Responsible for stocking and setting up the line, assembly of the units, quality of workmanship, function and cosmetic appearance of the product, and tool upkeep.
4. Responsible for continually identifying and implementing efficiency improvements.
5. Assembler monitors inventory levels and advises supervisor of potential part shortages.
6. May operate lift truck or other material movement equipment to move parts or product to or from designated work area.
7. Responsible for visually inspecting items.
8. May be required to pack items for shipment, ensuring that proper labeling is affixed to container.
9. Immediately notifies supervisor when problems arise.
10. Makes optimum use of time and keeps work area clean and neat.
11. Abides by all the policies, procedures, guidelines of the Company, including conformance to good common sense safety practices and regulations.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
3. Must be able to operate a forklift and other material movement equipment.
1. Must be able to regularly bend, sit, stand.
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
Associate’s Name Title Date
Supervisor’s Name Title Date
The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of this position. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities, or requirements. Duties and responsibilities may be added, deleted, or changed at any time at the discretion of management, formally or informally, either verbally or in writing.