Assembly Specialist (Nights) 2014-1641

Daily duties:
Perform a variety of light assembly operations using drawing schematics and diagrams to assemble components or subassemblies. Work requires use of general shop equipment including Huck guns and a variety of other pneumatic hand-tools. Receive detailed written and verbal instructions on all work. Assignments are repetitive in nature and may be moderately complex; some judgment is required to perform rework and quality checks.

Critical Qualifications:
Requires ability to assemble units to specifications, knowledge of shop tools; huck guns, and pneumatic hand-tools. Detail oriented; ability to meet production and quality standards in a fast paced, repetitive environment. Ability to follow written and verbal instructions. Ability to judge quality of work and direct lower lever assemblers. Must be able to stand on feet for 10-hour shifts, lift up to 50 lbs and be open to working overtime.

Successfully passing a drug screen is a requirement for this position.

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