Berean Group is seeking for Assembler with our end client.
Duration: 12 months
Location: Rochester, NY
Shift: 1st shift /2nd Shift
Client: L3Harris Technologies
This position is responsible for the assembly and manufacturing of parts, sub-assemblies, and end items per schedule in accordance with shop orders, comprehends and interprets a variety, of instructions, data and documentation provided. Follow established methods and procedures; production scheduling and control; and coordinating, planning, and expediting the flow of material, parts, and assemblies, to ensure compliance, with required performance specifications. Able to work, in both team and individual contributor roles, with moderate supervision. Maintain professional standards, of performance, demeanor, judgement, and always as detailed in company policies, procedures, including safety practices. Support O/T (nights, weekends, or extended hours) as needed, to meet schedule requirements and business needs. May perform one or many of the following functions: various levels of intricate hand assembly, and operations under a microscope. Use visual inspection to verify quality of work before releasing to the next stage. Read and work to Manufacturing Work Instructions (MWI) and Blueprints. Responsibility for verification of product to the applicable workmanship standards. Perform other responsibilities and duties as assigned by Management.
Under limited supervision, of the Production Supervisor and/or Team Lead the Mechanical Assembler C is responsible, for performing a wide variety of Mechanical Assembly Operations on assemblies, or sub-assemblies per Engineering and company’s Quality System procedures. May be a resource to other employees in areas of expertise and proficiency. Able, to identify problems and issues, in straightforward situations resulting in resolution, in most issues. Intermediate comprehension and interpretation, of a variety, of technical specifications, including terms and documents. Ability to complete less structured assignments determining and/or following methods and sequences, of operations, on components and modules. Make setups and adjustments holdings tolerances, to blueprint specifications and work authorization documentation. Ability, to work, with small fragile parts and follow work instructions consistently and make operation entries on computer terminals. Keeping work area orderly and clean. Work, with Engineering and Engineering Technician, teamwork oriented. Perform rework on assemblies, utilize microscope throughout the manufacturing processes and inspection. Follow company procedures, for corrective action. Notify Production Supervisor, if a defect is identified, to obtain guidance and assistance, in resolving the problem. Must follow and understand all rules, of EH&S, Quality, OSHA and MSDS.
Requires H.S. Diploma or GED, and a minimum of 6 years, of prior relevant Mechanical Assembly experience, or 2 years post-Secondary/Associates Degree with a minimum of 2 years of prior related experience. Must be able, to read and interpret Engineering Drawings. Prior experience working under a microscope and hands on Mechanical Assembly experience. Computer proficiency, with working knowledge, of Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint) preferred. Comfortable speaking in group/team settings. Previous Cleanroom environment experience, attention to detail. Must be able, to use basic hand tools and fixturing, use PPE appropriately, to the use, of chemicals and protection from other hazards is required. Ability, to follow and give written and verbal instructions, be able and willing, to work, in and promote a team environment. Must have fine motor dexterity, hand-eye coordination, depth perception and concentrated mental/visual demand; U.S. Citizen required.
Preferred Additional Skills:
Above average (intermediate level) organizational skills are a must. Knowledge, of Lean Manufacturing Principles, Kaizen and 6S. Experience developing ideas, or collaborating, with Engineering, for fixtures/tooling.