Assemblers or Material Handlers

  • Material in Motion, LLC
  • Sep 21, 2022
Full time Manufacturing

Job Description

Perform basic, standardized and repetitive electronic assembly operations and labeling of components, assemblies or subassemblies. Ensure assemblies

and components are properly handled and marked. Utilize barcode scanner and small hand tools. Under direct supervision, perform basic and routine electro- mechanical assembly operations. Use tools such as drills, screwdrivers, and other hand tools. Read and understand manufacturing assembly, packaging, and quality documentation. Give strong attention to detail. Follow verbal and written instructions such as drawing, schematics and work instructions in completing highly repetitive tasks.

Must be comfortable with various operations, assignments and tasks. The assembly technician builds custom products while standing at a well- lit work bench. Must be able to read and interpret basic, assembly instructions, and inspection instructions, etc.

Assembly Technicians use their hands, hand tools, and power tools to complete work orders in an efficient and high quality manner