CAREER FAIR FOR ASSEMBLERS NEW BERLIN WISCONSIN- MARCH 14 Will be focused on filling 15 openings between 1st and 2nd shift.
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- heavy recruitment for both first and second shift assemblers.
- Interviews will be in 15 min increments, first come first serve with a sign-up sheet at the front desk. Targeting to have 5 people available to interview every 15 min, so wait times should be short.
- Offers will be made on the spot. With a target of an ASAP start date. Criminal background and drug screens should be complete before they start. Approved to have candidates contingently start while education and employment verifications are processing.
- 15 min Tours will occur on the top and bottom of the hour so people may tour either before or after their interview
- Conference room reserved in the front lobby so applicants can come and go as they please.
**Position requires Steel Toe Shoes**
Previous manufacturing assembly experience highly desirable
candidates will be standing and will need to lift 30 lbs - 50 lbs.
must have some manufacturing/Assembly experience
Under the direction of production supervision, the Production Assembler 1 builds the highest quality products at the lowest possible cost, meeting company production standards, customer specifications and delivery requirements, in accordance with company policies and procedures.
Ability to read and comprehend English assembly instructions, assembly drawings, and procedure manuals. Ability to operate a computer and communicate one on one with other employees of the organization.
Assemble products, following work instructions ensuring the highest quality products, meeting company product standards, production goals, and customer specifications and delivery requirements.
Operate computer to check schedules, update manufacturing status of jobs.
Continually monitor quality of parts used in the assembly process.
Review assembly processes and methods and recommend changes to ensure the continuous, on-going improvement of productivity and quality.
Interface with engineering to accurately communicate information.