Posted in Other 30+ days ago.
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Type: Full Time
Location: Skaneateles Falls, New York
As a Manufacturing Operator I on 2nd shift in Final Assembly, you will perform routine assemblies, inspections, packing/shipping and/or sub-assemblies using basic tools and assembly techniques while working to pre-assigned levels of output.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
You will perform basic visual and/or physical in-process testing to insure high quality standards are met. You will have the opportunity to rotate among stations within work center/department and may be assigned to more complex tasks, as needed, to facilitate cross training and to cover department/work center needs. Your ability to work from blueprints, diagrams, and process sheets will help you to determine set-up procedures, equipment and materials needed, assembly process, safety precautions, cycle time and related requirements. In this role, you must demonstrate proficiency in soldering, using RTV's and epoxies. You may work with basic chemicals in performing assembly detail as well as use simple machinery to prepare component parts for further assembly. You will work with a diverse group of people and positive and enthusiastic attitude will aid you in assisting higher-level Assemblers in more complicated assemblies or final production, as needed. Likewise, your ability to diagnose faulty operations, product imperfections, and/or equipment malfunctions will enable you to work with technical and supervisory personnel to resolve discrepancies. Additional responsibilities include maintaining accurate inventory count of completed work as well as monitoring work and insuring requirements are being met with regard to schedule, quality and quantity. You may package component parts or assemblies for shipment, insuring protection from potential shipment damage and that all necessary parts and instructions are present.
QualificationsA high school diploma or equivalency as well as 1 year (minimum) of successful experience in assembly/related functional area is required. You must have good mechanical dexterity/eyesight, be able to read, write and use basic math; maintain a high degree of accuracy in performing repetitive tasks. The successful candidate is able to adapt to a changing work environment, including: increased automation, change in production methods or sequences and rotation among workstations. You must be able to work well with others and actively participate in team problem-solving activities. You may be requested to work overtime, as needed. You must be able to lift 40lbs and work in various positions: standing, sitting, and working on repetitive jobs/assemblies.
Hill-Rom is a $2.6B leading worldwide manufacturer and provider of medical technologies and related services for the health care industry, including patient support systems, safe mobility and handling solutions, non-invasive therapeutic products for a variety of acute and chronic medical conditions, medical equipment rentals, surgical products and information technology solutions.
Equal Opportunity Employer: Minority/Female/Veterans/Disabled Persons
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