Assembly Operator

Company Name:
Select Family of Staffing Companies
Weekly paychecks Health Care Other Great Benefits
Assembly of door systems/windown regulators with meeting hte quantities and dates according to the customer requirements with a constant high standard of the product quality.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities:
Manual assembly operations in a work cell for door systems/window regulators
Operate self control according to known standards
Simple service and cleaning tasks on the assembly equipment
Developing of solutions within a team members of the department
Maintaining of the environmental management system based on the federal and state laws, working in the realization of environmental topics
Ensures a current level of information for the production management in case of deviations in the assembly process and components / sub-assemblies / final assemblies
Responsible for meeting all procedures, job instructions and organization instructions in the work area
Continuous improvement of the organization and processes in the production area
Ensure cleanliness and keep the production area in order
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