Production Assembler - 1st Shift
- You will interpret customer orders (from the VISTA computer system) to determine catalog numbers, quantities, special instructions, and shipping information. Plan and schedule routine production operations based upon due dates and material on hand. Consult with the coach as required to resolve problems.
- You will determine material requirements, product configuration, and assembly procedures for standard products by reference to computerized bills of material and routings.
- You will determine special configuration variations by interpreting engineering data sheets and drawings.
- You will pick material from storage bins to meet the requirements of assembly orders.
- You will set up assembly workstations and assembly equipment such as riveters, stampers, engravers, drills, testers, and special fixtures.
- You will perform a variety of assembly operations including riveting, stamping, engraving, machining, welding, press assembly, screw driving, soldering, manual assembly, potting, special processes, and others.
- You will test and inspect the assembled product.
- You will package and correctly label finished products in individual cartons or bags as called for by drawings.
- You will package entire orders for shipment, using packaging material, which most effectively protects the product and meets the requirements of the shipping carrier. Label the packages correctly and make shipping transaction.
- You will perform inquiries and data entry transactions on the business computer relating to inventory, materials usage, order status, quality, and shipping.
- You will make critical adjustments to assembly equipment, as trained, in response to observed trends of test results, statistical data and visual inspection. This requires thorough understanding of the specifications of the equipment used in assembly. Contribute to process troubleshooting by reporting variations in parts and equipment performance and suggesting alternatives based on experience.
- You will perform material handling and stockroom activities such as putting material in proper locations, cycle counting, picking stocked material for shipment, and maintaining associated records.
- High School Diploma or GED from an accredited institution
- Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without company sponsorship
- No relocation is provided for this position, only candidates that currently reside within 50 miles of the Avery Creek, NC facility will be considered.
- Basic computer skills. ( Experience in Word and Excel preferred but not required.)
- Computer skills in AS400, Outlook, Excel and Word
- Previous assembly experience in a manufacturing environment.
We make what matters work. Everywhere you look—from the technology and machinery that surrounds us, to the critical services and infrastructure that we depend on every day—you’ll find one thing in common. It all relies on power. That’s why Eaton is dedicated to improving people’s lives and the environment with power management technologies that are more reliable, efficient, safe and sustainable. Because this is what matters. We are confident we can deliver on this promise because of the attributes that our employees embody. We’re ethical, passionate, accountable, efficient, transparent and we’re committed to learning. These values enable us to tackle some of the toughest challenges on the planet, never losing sight of what matters.
Job: Manufacturing & Operations
Region: North America – US/Puerto Rico
Organization: EPG CPD ICD Industrial Controls Division
Job Level: Individual Contributor
Does this position offer relocation?: No
Travel: Yes, 10 % of the Time