- Performs any combination of following tasks to assemble equipment or subassemblies: assemble, wire, brazing, solder, taping, insulating, testing, cleaning, polishing, refrigerant charging/recovery, packaging of products and running machinery.
- Reads work orders, follows production drawings, work instructions, sample assemblies, or receives verbal instructions regarding duties to be performed.
- May require cleaning and inspecting parts and disassembly of returned units.
- Follow quality and safety rules and keep work area in a clean and orderly condition.
- Assist in all other areas within and outside of primary assigned production cell.
- High School Graduate, GED or equivalent work experience (1-2 years).
- Good reading, comprehension, written and verbal English skills and use of addition, subtraction, multiplication and the division of numbers where interpretation is required.
- Basic computer skills preferred.
- Must be able to work with small and large hand tools both manual and power driven.
- Must be available to work full-time 40 hours per week, approximately Monday thru Friday, 7:30 am - 4:00 pm.
- Good work ethic.
- Good attendance record.
- Must be able to stand / walk continuously throughout an 8 hour shift.
- Must be able to lift 35-50 pounds on a continuous basis.
Bonus based on meeting performance goals
Paid Vacation time
Medical / Dental / 401K / STD / Life / AD&D / Vision
Hours worked per week on average:
40. 8.5hrs/day, 2 - 15 minute breaks, 1/2 hour lunch
Position Summary/Essential Functions:
See job description
List Most Frequently Handled Tools, Equipment and Materials:
Pallet jack, bench tools: hammer, needle nose pliers, wrench, pinch pliers, wire cutters, rivet gun, torch, air gun, etc. Employer provides anti-fatigue mats. Supplies are kept in close proximity to workstation to reduce unnecessary walking.
- Working at heights (ladders used to retrieve supplies from shelving)
- Working around moving machines: fork-lifts, conveyor belt
- Protective Equipment Required (eyewear, steel toe or composite toe footwear, etc.)
- Acceptable visual acuity (binocular visual acuity (both eyes) of at least 20/40 with or without corrective eyewear)*
- Depth perception (the ability of an observer to judge the spatial relationships of objects, especially their relative distance from the observer and from one another, stairs, safety.)
- Color perception (wiring and color coded labels)
- Acceptable field of vision (a normal visual field measuring 90 degrees temporally to central fixation, 50 degrees superiorly and nasally, and 60 degrees inferiorly.)*
* Acceptability as defined by the Illinois Vision Standard for obtaining a driver's license.
|Physical Demands||hours at one time||total hours per day|
|0||< 1/2||1/2 - 1||1 - 2||2 - 4||< 1||1 - 2||2 - 4||4 - 6||6 - 8|
|Bending waist (forward or sideways)||X*||X|
|Turning at the waist||X||X|
|Squatting (crouch or sit on one's heels)||X|
|Climbing, safety ladder||X*||X|
|simple grasping: 1 hand (x) both (x)||X||X|
|power grasping: 1 hand (x) both (x)||X||X|
|fine manipulation: 1 hand (x) both||X*||X|
|pushing/pulling: 1 hand (x) both (x)|
|Reach above shoulder height||X*||X|
|Reach below shoulder height||X||X|
|Move items weighing up to 25 lb x 14/day||X||X|
|Movement: arm / leg||X||X|
|Foot Pedal Right Left||X|
|Pulling using legs||X*||X|
|Pushing using legs||X*||X|
|Lift/Place up to 20 pounds||X||X|
|Lift/Place 20-50 pounds||X||X|
|Use of keyboard/mouse||X*||X|
**fine finger manipulation/finger dexterity to place bolts and washers, this activity is performed occasionally and for very brief periods of time.
X* = very brief periods of time. i.e.: a few seconds to a few minutes
Two person lift required if >50 pounds