Assembler 2nd Shift – Ingersoll Rand
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Assembler in Mocksville NC
2nd Shift: Monday – Friday, 2p – 10p, OT and Weekends as needed
Pay Starts at $22+/hr. Depending on Experience + $2/hr Shift Differential
Performs all mechanical assembly operations of sub-assemblies and package assembly, all sensitive and very detailed assembly operations, some electrical, instrumentation and control elements of the package, and functional test set up including in-process quality checks and tests.
Performs disassembly and rebuild of air ends, or sensitive rotating assemblies.
Reads and interprets engineering drawings, specifications, assembly instructions, bills of material, and quality control documents.
Takes responsibility for quality and work content performed in the applicable operation by signing off on the appropriate documentation prior to indexing to the next step in process.
Insures that all tools used in performing job duties are within calibration, as stated on calibration sticker. Where discrepancies arise, immediate notification of supervisor occurs.
Performs job duties with limited supervision.
Maintains clean, orderly, and safe work area and follow all safety rules and procedures.
Identifies safety concerns and drives for successful resolution.
Assists in the training of other department personnel as required.
Uses problem solving skills (identify problems and respond correctly). Shall be capable of performing disassembly and rebuild of air ends, or sensitive rotating assemblies
Exhibits a high degree of manual dexterity with great attention to detail and workmanship
Use of calipers, dial, indicators, precision measuring devices.
Participates in departmental projects, as needed (ex. Lean initiatives, restructuring the cell layout, continuous improvement).
And other assigned duties
Strong problem solving skills (identify problems and respond correctly).
Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings, specifications, assembly instructions, bills of material and quality control documents.
Ability to use correct tooling, fixturing and equipment to perform work tasks to engineering specifications.
Ability to function in a flexible team environment.
Working Conditions & Physical Factors:
Required to stand; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; walk; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and talk or hear continuously for 8-10 hours per day and occasionally on a sixth working day.
Pulling/pushing of tubs, up to a maximum of 50lbs.
Regularly lift up to 35 pounds.
The employee will be required to use hoist systems if weight is above these amounts.
Exposed to moving mechanical parts, machining oils/coolants from handling coated parts and to coolant/oil mists which are below OSHA’s permissible levels of exposure.
Normal noise in areas exposed to could range from 75-87 dBA; hearing protection is optional in these areas.
Degree Required & Experience Type:
High School Diploma or GED required
Material handler license required
Formal training from technical or trade school is desired by not required. Two years mechanical assembly of mechanical equipment or equivalent technology.
Minimum of one year experience with assembly of equipment requiring a high degree of precision.