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Waterbury, CT, USA

October 6, 2022

About the Role

Manufacturing; Assembly


We are recruiting for an Assembler position for a client in the Greater Waterbury area. This is a contract to hire position on the 1st shift with a starting pay of $15.00/hr. This position requires the assembly of electro-mechanical products by working from various manufacturing blueprints, as well as prepare sub-assemblies, final assemblies and after assemblies in their entirety.

Essential duties and responsibilities:

  • Assemble individual products as required.

  • Manually hold and manipulate parts and products to complete work.

  • Wash in solution, pressure test and repair assembled products by hand.

  • Perform alignment or adjustments to reach required specifications of work order.

  • Report defects, scrap, and/or production problems immediately to Cell Leader and/or Supervisor.

  • Maintain production and quality standards including before, during and after production quality checks.

  • Cross-train and work in other operational areas, including but not limited to deburring, stockroom, and packaging.

  • Prepare finished work for shipment or storage as instructed. Adhere to inventory and floor stock maintenance guidelines.

  • Use computer to access software to obtain prints and verify ship date, routers, and bill of material, and other necessary information.

  • Work under general direction of the department supervisor and/or cell leader with minimum supervision.

Must have a highs school diploma or general education degree along with 1-3 years manufacturing experience and/or training, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must have reasonable dexterity in hands to manipulate small parts and be able to read the required blueprints. If interested, please submit a resume for immediate consideration or call our office at (203) 574-4838 for more information.

About the Company

Jaci Carroll Staffing: Providing short term & long term positions to thousands in the Waterbury and Torrington areas since 1976.

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