East Earl, PA 17519
Full Time - 3rd Shift - $14.38 - East Earl Area
Responsible for the swift and proper production of doors. There are four major duties for each assembler on the line.
Essential Job Functions:
- Maintain the work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition following prescribed safety requirements at all times. Identifies and communicates safety violations and/or injuries to team leader or manager.
- Detects and reports defective materials or questionable conditions to the appropriate team leader.
- Completes tasks as directed by manufacturing schedules with minimal supervision.
- Must be familiar with basic machine functions in order to perform the specified tasks.
- Assure that all products maintain the highest standard of quality by understanding and utilizing the following: Product specification sheets; operational storyboards; material specification sheets; machining specification sheets; successive inspection of parts to ensure accuracy and cell work documents.
- Work with team members to maximize productivity, quality, safety, delivery, and yield regularly meeting all metric expectations.
- Performs complex machinery/equipment setups.
- Maintain updated training on all work instructions, SOP and policies that relate to all areas of responsibility.
- Train occasionally employees on specific work processes and procedures.
Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- May use computer system to track and located production orders.
- Must have attention to detail and the ability to effectively manager their time.
- Must have the ability to regularly meet deadline requirements.
- Must be able to read and interpret drawings, use simple math, use measuring instruments (including but not limited to a tape measure, digital/dial caliper, etc.) and follow written job instructions.
- Must be able to use a variety of hand and bench power tools and possess advanced skills in order to operate production machinery with various controls and adjustments.
- Must have the ability to work a flexible work schedule and occasionally across shifts.
- Must be able to effectively troubleshoot and resolve routine manufacturing issues and have the ability to follow through on those issues.
- Must have the ability to see color, or perceive color differences under varying lighting conditions as well have the ability to recognize various woods by smell and touch as well as by color and grain.