[Intro Paragraph] Begin your assembler job description with a concise paragraph or list of bulleted items designed to sell your company or workplace to applicants. You might describe the size of your company, emphasizing opportunities for growth and career progression within your organization, as well as on-the-job training and educational opportunities.
Assembler Job Responsibilities:
- Produces components by assembling parts and subassemblies.
- Reads and deciphers schematics, blueprints, and assembly instructions.
- Positions or aligns components and parts, either manually or with hoists.
- Uses hand tools or machines to assemble parts.
- Conducts quality control checks.
- Cleans and maintains work area and equipment, including tools.
- Prepares work to be accomplished by studying parts lists and gathering parts, subassemblies, tools, and materials.
- Positions parts and subassemblies by using templates or reading measurements.
- Assembles components by examining connections for correct fit, fastening parts and subassemblies.
- Verifies specifications by measuring completed component.
- Resolves assembly problems by altering dimensions to meet specifications; notifying supervisor to obtain additional resources.
- Keeps equipment operational by completing preventive maintenance requirements, following manufacturer’s instructions, troubleshooting malfunctions, and calling for repairs.
- Maintains a safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations.
- Maintains inventory by checking stock to determine supply levels, placing and tracking orders, and verifying receipt of supplies.
- Conserves resources by using equipment and supplies as needed to accomplish job results.
- Documents actions by completing production and quality forms.
[Work Hours & Benefits] In this section of your assembler job description you’ll want to sell the position to potential applicants in a similar way as you marketed your workplace in you first paragraph. Mention the salary, benefits, and opportunities for overtime and paid time off (PTO). To make sure that your salary range is appropriate for your region, use a salary tool that allows you to input job title and location. Be sure to specify shift in your job post, including any shift differential you offer for evening and overnight shifts.
- Mechanical and technical skills
- Physical stamina and strength
- Safety management mindset
- Focus on quality control
- Dexterity and hand-eye coordination, including the ability to grasp, manipulate, and assemble parts and components that are often very small
- Color vision may be required if your company makes electrical and electronic products that include color-coded wiring
Education, Experience, & Licensing Requirements:
[Call to Action] Your assembler job description should finish strong with a call to action that urges applicants to fill out an online or in-person application.
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