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Assembler

Assembler

job details:

  • location:Ansonia, CT

  • salary:$11 per hour

  • date posted:Tuesday, October 30, 2018

  • experience:Entry Level

  • job type:Temp to Perm

  • reference:S_700022

  • questions:wendy. vasquez@randstadusa. com203-239-1556

job description

Assembler

Assembly line worker needed in Ansonia for 1st shift positions (7a-3:30p).

Responsibilities:

Reading and interpreting drawings to ensure products are complete to customer specifications

Fit and adjust parts to meet operating requirements of final product

Communicating effectively with 3-4 other line workers in your cell

Visually inspection of product before transferring to next cell

Attached labels and documenting accordingly

Maintaining clean work environment at all times

Working hours: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Skills:

Must have assembly experience using hand tools/power tools

Ability to work in fast paced environment

Ability to lift up to 20lbs as needed

Ability to read and interpret production drawings

Education:

No Degree Required

Experience:

Entry Level

Qualifications:

Ability to stand for 8 hour shift

Utilizing hand tools/power tools to perform basic electrical and mechanical assemblies

For immediate consideration APPLY NOW, email your resume to wendy. vasquez@randstadusa. com or call Wendy at 203. 239. 1556. We now offer the convenience of digital interviews via Skype, Facetime, Google Hangouts, Duo or Facebook Messenger. We look forward to hearing from you!

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