POSITION TITLE: General Assembler
General Assembler position involves assembling products by retrieving, lifting, carrying, various size parts. In addition, positioning, measuring, fitting and using various assembly aid tools such as files, drills, screw guns, rivet guns, saws, hand tools, and other assembly tools. Operate machines such as drill press, wood and metal cutting band and circular saws and other basic assembly shop machinery.
Accurately, safely and efficiently performed small fabrication and assembly operations of large and small steel, aluminum, fiberglass and wooden parts using hand held and power tools and equipment.
Reading, writing and comprehending written and verbal instructions, including but not limited to reading and interpreting engineering drawings and build orders.
Read and accurately follow engineering drawings.
Accurately perform measurements with a tape measure and scale.
Correctly, accurately, safely and efficiently assemble components to suit the job requirements.
Basic math skills.
Correct, safe and efficient use of various tools as described in position summary.
Lift, push, pull and manipulate various sizes and shapes up to 75 lbs. Lift up to 125 lbs occasionally with assistance.
Standing for long periods.
Walking and moving about, kneeling stretching, twisting, bending reaching, squatting pushing and pulling occasionally to frequently.
Climbing ladders occasionally to frequently
Work outside in various weather conditions occasionally.
Walk and move about as required
Safety glasses with side shields, face shields when operating chip producing equipment such as saws, grinders, routers, wire wheeling, and acid cleaning.
Steel toed leather work shoes
Knee pads as required.
Gloves as required
Follow safe work instructions and maintain good housekeeping in the work area.
Other Department/Job specific Personal Protective Equipment as required.
High School/GED or equivalent relevant experience
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.