Associate Production Assembler
Posted on: May 15, 2022
This person assembles fabricated parts, components, or units at
floor stations. Prepares parts for testing, tests, and calibrates
parts and mechanisms to meet tolerances and product specifications.
Performs simple machine setup. Identifies units that fail tests or
tolerance levels and repairs as necessary.
- Assembles materials from individual components using detailed
written or verbal instructions.
- Performs simple screening, bagging, boxing, or cutting
- Uses a variety of hand tools, and tests and cleans
- Inspects and tests work for quality, resolves simple problems,
recognizes errors, and corrects or seeks guidance.
- Follows established safety regulations.
- Reads and understands technical drawings, work orders, and
specifications to determine the sequence of operations, materials
required, and procedures needed.
- Clean, prepare, and stages job materials for production
according to the procedure.
- Ensures quality assurance by inspecting the final product to
ensure specifications are met.
- Maintains appropriate forms showing work completed and
- Follows provided production schedules.
- High school degree or equivalent required.
- Up to 1 year of knowledge and experience within a Production
environment is preferred.
- Requires basic knowledge of manufacturing and quality
- Attention to detail
- Ability to precisely measure.
- Ability to identify a problem and all relevant issues, assesses
each using standard procedures, and makes sound decisions
- Ability to communicate information that requires some
explanation or interpretation
- Ability to work within established procedures with
- Warehouse - Work is generally performed in a warehouse
environment. The noise level is moderately quiet. Generally well
ventilated and well lighted. Warehouse employees may be exposed to
all kinds of weather and may be required to wear protective
clothing. Operates heavy equipment. Strict safety regulations may
- Work is physically strenuous and workers are required to lift
heavy packages up to 50 pounds.
- Work may require excessive bending or stooping.
- The employee is required to walk long distances repeatedly
throughout the day.
- The employee is required to use hand tools.
WESCO International, Inc., including its subsidiaries and
affiliates ("WESCO"), is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative
Action Employer. It is the policy of WESCO to not discriminate
against any job applicant or employee based on age, race, religion,
color, handicap, sex, physical condition, disability, sexual
orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran
status or any other protected status. This policy includes but is
not limited to the following: recruitment and employment,
promotion, demotion, transfer, compensation, selection for training
including apprenticeship, layoff, or termination.
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