Assembler Operations III – 1st shift, 2855

Location Trenton, GA
Date Posted September 3, 2019
Category Commercial Projects
Job Type Full-Time


Position Scope/Summary:

Must have extensive knowledge in all aspects of assembly and production of components

Position Requirements:

Assemble products per assembly process specifications

Conduct product testing under supervision of engineers

Maintain all log books and lot control information per standard operating procedures

Fully trained assembler will have the following:

  • Understanding of the assembly processes
  • Ability to read and follow process control documents (PCD's), work instructions (MWI's and QWI's) and routing forms.
  • Ability to inspect work-in-process to documented quality standards.
  • Ability to use measurement tools and to compare measurements to documented standards.
  • Ability to use relevant equipment to assemble product per documented procedures.
  • Understanding of material handling and control procedures such as lot control, line clearance forms, and material requisition forms.
  • Ability to conduct time/attendance and material transactions within Oracle/KABA.

Determines methods and sequence of assembly operations where complete information is not readily available.

Assembles and modifies pre-production precision units for engineering personnel as directed.

Familiarity with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the medical assembly field.

Provide direction within the manufacturing cell to other Assemblers.

Familiarity with clean room procedures including personal attire and gowning/ungowning

Continue training in new processes and products.

Other duties as assigned

Champion Integer's Values and assist in developing an understanding of these values in fellow employees.

Physical Job Requirements:

Ability to regularly stand for 9+ hours a day

Ability to regularly lift, bend, lift, stoop, reach up to 10 pounds.

Ability to occasionally lift, bend, lift, stoop, reach up to 25 pounds.

Ability to analyze, understand and effectively communicate technical material.

Ability to work in a demanding user environment.


Requirement of 20/20 vision (with corrective lens).

Ability to regularly stand for 9+ hours a day

A minimum of 2+ years of production or assembly experience required, 4 years of experience preferred or demonstrated job performance with business need.

Ability to read and understand process documents and accurately complete simple mathematical operations including measurement using decimals and fractions.

Requires a variety of repetitive operations to assemble products to meet tolerances and product specifications.

Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job, where methods and sequence of assembly are clearly written and described; can apply prior skills to new operations.


The Assembler III has the general responsibility of assembly and production of catheter component sub-assemblies and assemblies.

The Assembler III is expected to work together with all relevant personnel including other Assembly Team Members to effectively meet or exceed expectations for workplace safety, product quality, product delivery and internal cost targets.

The Assembler III must be able to read, follow directions and correctly fill out the Process Control Documentation (PCD) and correctly document work time, equipment usage time and inventory transactions within Oracle/KABA. Furthermore, the Assembler III must acquire through on the job training extensive knowledge of visual and dimensional inspection techniques

The Assembler III must have extensive knowledge in all aspects of the assembly area and production of components. Must also be a resource for training Assemblers I and Assemblers II

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