Assembly Operator I - Prop Boots 2nd Shift
28150 Industry Dr Valencia, CA 91355-4100
Summary: The assembler (heater assembly position) assembles products such as circuits, soldering, adhesive bonding, curing, riveting, molding, shaping, ironing, inspecting, protecting, wrapping, packaging, winding, trimming, joining, cleaning, foaming, crimping, sanding, exposing, etching, shrink tubing, silicone curing, mandrel wrapping, electrical measuring, weighing, blue print interpretation to meet customer requirements, inspecting of the operation performed and repairing until they are completed to acceptance test procedures and routing operations by performing the following duties.
Essential Functions: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
1. Positions and assembles parts according to special instructions, routings and blueprints.
2. Writes special instructions for assembly of products per blueprint.
3. Measures parts to specified tolerances.
4. Deburrs, grinds and buffs parts.
5. Records time on labor sheets for each process of assembly.
6. Receives job package consisting of final card, special instructions, blueprint and acceptance test procedures for each job.
7. Receives parts for each job from stock room.
8. Inspects all parts for cleanliness and flaws. If flaws exist, completes a nonconforming material report.
9. Sends assembled products to test or to quality assurance final inspection.
10. Repairs nonconforming products.
11. Cleans, assembles, disassembles and replaces parts as required.
12. Operates drill press, arbor press, press taker, pneumatic tools and hand tools to aid in assembly.
13. Uses chemicals, adhesives, solvents, lubricants, epoxies, paints and inks, as required.
14. Keeps assembly department clean and free of foreign object damage.
15. Returns all unused parts to stock.
16. Keeps inventory of supplies such as Caplugs, alcohol, MEK, grease, epoxy, cotton swabs, towels, tags, poly bags, ink, paint, lubricants, Scotch-Brite, silicones, neoprene and sandpaper.
17. Uses equipment such as molding press, arbor press, grinder, soldering iron, belt sander, drill press, magnifying glass (microscope), ohm meter, epoxy machine, ovens, sonic machine, test rigs, fixtures and gauges, and hydraulic press.
18. Keeps production supervisor advised of work status, workload, problems and progress as related to work assignments
1. Technical Capacity.
2. Learning Orientation.
3. Time Management.
Work Environment: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to vibration. The employee occasionally works near moving mechanical parts and in high, precarious places and is occasionally exposed to risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment is usually low.
*Skills and Experience
Education and/or Experience:
1. High school diploma or GED.
2. One year of related experience.
Ability to read documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
Must be ITAR compliance.