Top Assembler Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Assembler. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Assembler resumes they appeared on. For example, 32.3% of Assembler resumes contained Part Numbers as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Assembler actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Assembler resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Part Numbers

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Here's how Part Numbers is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Saved company rework man hours by noticing part numbers were incorrect for model being assembled before any further assembly was performed.
  • Practice inventory control and accuracy by verifying quantities and part numbers listed on both the part and the order sheet.
  • Utilized the computer to look up part numbers and to make sure there were plenty in the Kan ban area.
  • Perform in-process quality checks and/or rework of standard sub-assemblies Responsible for computer clocking of quantities and part numbers of assemblies
  • Used list to dispense and receive information that included product codes, part numbers, quantities locations comments etc.
  • Examined materials received, verified part numbers and checked discrepancies, such as damaged and unmarked parts.
  • Install hub assemblies onto semi axles, verify parts and part numbers, sign off on completed work
  • Build different brakes by part numbers and make sure they function before sending on line.
  • Verified part numbers and placed parts in appropriate shipping containers.CNA I/II, CPR, CPI
  • Set up a multitude of low volume part numbers with a variety of characteristics.
  • Verified part numbers and placed parts in appropriate area as they were needed.
  • Verified part numbers and sorted parts in appropriate shipping containers for prescribed jobs.
  • Perform visual inspection to compare parts, part numbers & bin numbers.
  • Mastered part numbers and specialty codes for all product models built.
  • Documented serial numbers, part numbers, and heat codes.
  • Check parts for quality and appropriate corresponding part numbers.
  • Verified part numbers and placed parts in appropriate engine.
  • Researched part numbers, manufacturer codes and indexes.
  • Verify the right part numbers for the jobs.
  • Verify quantities, part numbers and location.

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2. Assembly Line

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Here's how Assembly Line is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Worked on assembly line manufacturing starter motors for the automotive industry where I received great performance evaluation results.
  • Worked on assembly line installing various parts on electric meters meeting required production requirements.
  • Attached miscellaneous parts-including warranty documents to all units on assembly line
  • Worked on various assembly lines manufacturing camping equipment
  • Worked on an assembly line with a team of six personnel, quickly and efficiently assembling frames for sofas and chairs.
  • Worked on the assembly line in a fast past 30 sec or less, installed key locks, ignitions, clusters etc
  • Worked on an assembly line, assisted in assembly of rear fenders for various models of Harley Davidson motorcycles.
  • Worked on assembly line in performing, stuffing, soldering, rewire, test etc using printed circuit board.
  • Used mounting and bolts to build the floors outer structure before the floors made it to the assembly line.
  • Inspect, Package and read labels, shrink plastic bags around material, keep up with assembly line.
  • Work at a very fast pace on an assembly line making sure that the product is packaged correctly.
  • Assemble Tesla car parts to car while car is moving down the assembly line in 2mins or less.
  • Fill assembly lines with necessary equipment, ensure machines do not jam, package and prepare product for shipment
  • Help in the assembly line to assemble parts for various machinery and equipment used in the agricultural sector.
  • Worked in assembling air condition unit as part of the assembly line and was involved in quality checking.
  • Assembled product on assembly line, assured products were in proper condition and conformity to standards and specifications.
  • Assemble, inspect and install assembled parts directly into slot machine cabinet on conveyor belt assembly line.
  • Worked numerous stations on a new assembly line, following strict steps and guidelines, building turbochargers.
  • Monitored assembly line * After placement in JOBS Bank, wrote Quality Tracking Database program in Microsoft Access
  • Worked on assembly lines to build drum of transmission and on line to build shell of transmission.

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3. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Followed all safety procedures, environmental guidelines and company rules and regulations while performing assembly of products.
  • Adhered to environmental and safety procedures associated with production processes and procedures.
  • Ensured adherence to specifications and risk and safety procedures.
  • Performed repetitive tasks, and followed safety procedures.
  • Follow safety procedures when preparing an In-Home delivery.
  • Completed tasks following all company safety procedures.
  • Maintain of productivity while following safety procedures.
  • Know safety procedures and recognize safety problems.
  • Mixed chemicals using safety procedures.
  • Team Management: Led team when necessary to ensure safety procedures were followed, accuracy met and pace processes were met.
  • Completed required training to meet company policies and safety procedures and learned to use system test equipment and test fixtures.
  • Use manual and power tools, follow and recommend new safety procedures, and have attention to detail.
  • Followed all safety procedures and used safety work items as needed depending on the type of job.
  • Maintain work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition and follow prescribed safety procedures.
  • Followed all the safety procedures, environmental guidelines; and rules and regulations of the company.
  • Maintain a safe work environment, through adherence to all safety procedures, policies and practices.
  • Followed the safety procedures, environmental guidelines and standard rules and regulations during the assembling process.
  • Keep work area clean, organized and follow all safety procedures to prevent workplace accidents.
  • Assemble given products on a production line following safety procedures and assembly instructions.
  • Follow all rules, policies and safety procedures as established by the company.

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4. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Use of all necessary hand tools, fixtures, labor saving devices and the use of touch screen operator station technology.
  • Assembled hand tools- built ratchets, universals socket sets, Silk-screened socket set containers, & packed up tools for shipment.
  • Sealed containers or materials, using glues, fasteners, nails, and hand tools, before forwarding to the customer.
  • Used hand tools and tape measure to cut materials needed in building and assembling windows for commercial and residential applications.
  • Fitted parts together and bolted parts to basic work piece in specified locations, using torque wrench and hand tools.
  • Aligned, adjusted, and replaced parts such as housings, and springs, using hand tools and pneumatic grinder.
  • Review and follow complex production instructions and diagrams to construct product line with the help of machinery and hand tools.
  • Use of various pneumatic tools, hand tools and electrical equipment such as table saws, punches and drills.
  • Bolted, screwed, and crimped specified components to inside of doors, using hand tools, and welder.
  • Used hand tools and measuring tools; for example calipers, and mics, and blue-prints, depth finders.
  • Assemble low voltage switch gear by following blueprints and schematics, and utilization of, Pneumatic and hand tools.
  • Worked with a wide variety of hand tools, including pneumatic drills, rivet guns, and orbital sanders.
  • Utilized tools and machines such as a drill press, router, band saw, and assorted hand tools.
  • Worked from & understood blueprints & wiring diagrams, used micrometers & calipers & other assorted hand tools.
  • Assembled windows according to work orders, diagrams, and layout, using hand tools, power tools.
  • Obtained, move, and sort products, materials, containers, and orders, using hand tools.
  • Use hand tools to strip and crimp wires as well as use proper terminations and fasteners during build.
  • Operate manufacturing equipment as well as use common hand tools such as pliers, wrenches, and screwdrivers.
  • Assembled wires, electrostatic boards, voltage modules and mounting frames with electrical and air hand tools.
  • Assembled control boxes for portable solar energy trailers quickly and efficiently using impact drill and hand tools.

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5. Temp

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Here's how Temp is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Assigned to multiply temporary locations for production employment in the Cedar Rapids/Hiawatha area.
  • Light assembly of cardboard inserts/packaging (temporary position through Personnel Experts)
  • Assemble tempered air units according to blueprints per customer specifications.
  • Hired for initial five month assignment as temporarily employee
  • Perform temperature, relative humidity and particle count monitoring
  • Worked at various companies through Temporary Service Agency
  • Fulfilled Consumable Shortage templates and Material Requisitions.
  • Prepared electronic components by reviewing template.
  • Reason for leaving: temporary assignment expired
  • Position was temporary with staffing agency.
  • Warehouse assembly (Temporary employment)
  • Reason for Leaving: Temporary position
  • Worked in an environment with variable temperature and humidity, exposure to dust, dirt noise and independently within closed area.
  • Put awnings together worked about 72 hours a week it was a temporary job worked with drills tape measures hammers and etc
  • Utilize pressure washer over 3000 PSI with a boiler of temperature of 200 degrees so that vehicles could be thoroughly cleaned.
  • Bake the materials on the mandrels for the proper amount of time at the proper temperature to bond the materials together.
  • Read specifications to determine setup and prescribed temperature and time settings to mold, form, and cast plastic materials.
  • Read dials and gauges and regulated flow of fuel or electric current to verify and maintain specified temperature within furnace.
  • Assembled controlled tooling as well as build to print; including aligning parts on jigs using both templates and fixtures.
  • Align and fit parts according to specifications, Design and construct templates, Examine products and Assemble and fit prefabricated parts

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6. Quality Checks

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Here's how Quality Checks is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Perform a wide variety of assembly operations on assemblies or sub-assemblies including in-process quality checks.
  • Trained and managed several workers in quality checks and achieved significant improvements in their productivity.
  • Performed successive quality checks of different processes.
  • Executed daily operations of quality checks.
  • Performed quality checks on all products and parts* Reported problems with quality, processes, equipment and materials to Production Supervisor.
  • PERFORM QUALITY CHECKS ON PRODUCTS AND PARTS Rotate through all the task required in a particular production process Maintain production equipment.
  • Perform quality checks on product and parts-Package finished products and prepare for shipments -Supervise assemblers and train employees on job procedures
  • Operate machinery to fabricate vinyl parts Use hand tools to assemble windows Monitor parts for defects and perform quality checks.
  • Performed quality checks on cell phone tower radio products and parts, packaged finished products and prepare them for shipment.
  • Preform quality checks on products, operate machinery used in the production process and verify conformance to quality standards.
  • Assembled product to work instructions, test and quality checks on finished product, packed product to work instructions.
  • Maintain production equipment and machinery.- Determine work assignments and procedures.- Perform quality checks on products and parts.- Assemble pallets.
  • Ensured quality operation of the process, performed quality checks and controls, including adherence to cleaning and maintenance.
  • Perform quality checks, identify product defects, and complete appropriate documentation when defects in the product are identified.
  • Performed quality checks on products and parts, to prepare items for shipment, delivery or further processing.
  • Inspected products, performed quality checks on parts, and cleaned tools/work areas with 70% IPA.
  • Operate machines (load and unload) and monitor production (carrying out basic testing/quality checks).
  • Perform quality checks for all products throughout scanning process, separating and reporting any defective products.
  • Performed quality checks on products and parts and provided assistance in the production of wiring assemblies.
  • Perform required paperwork such as SPC, quality checks, and parts ordering, if needed.

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7. Circuit Boards

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Here's how Circuit Boards is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Assembled an array of digital and analog components and circuit boards for a variety of applications, primarily professional medical equipment.
  • Assembled circuit boards/controllers Quality control on controller/motor/board lines Packaged products for shipping Prepared shipments per customer order
  • Verify correct circuit boards used to drawings and per fabrication specifications.
  • Inspected electrical circuit boards to customer specifications.
  • Construct modifications to assembled circuit boards.
  • Assemble circuit boards for telecommunications infrastructures.
  • Assembled electronic components onto circuit boards.
  • Performed Box Build and Full Cabinet Integration including assembling rack, power supplies, cable assemblies, and circuit boards.
  • Performed numerous assembly positions including boarding printer circuit boards, fiber optic splicing, and operating a wave solder machine.
  • Assemble gauges of all types, tested, programmed, calibrated circuit boards, final testing then packed for shipping.
  • Experienced in hand soldering, through-hole and surface mount onto printed circuit boards in a clean room setting.
  • Performed parts assembly and wiring for generators, battery chargers, circuit boards, and panel control boxes.
  • Assembled printed circuit boards Conclusion: Knowledgeable with computers, hard worker, fast learner, love challenges.
  • Assembled various types of control modules and printed circuit boards that went inside of a control box.
  • Taped wire together, test circuit boards, 6-S, assembles covers, knobs and insert screws.
  • Tested circuit boards as they came in for repair to determine what part of board was defective.
  • Assembled, soldered, inspected and repaired analog/digital circuit boards for high-end CD players and power amplifiers.
  • Joined small PC circuit board manufacturer to build circuit boards and perform troubleshooting to component level.
  • Assembled (soldered) printed circuit boards and chassis using switches, monitors, and resistors.
  • Put brackets, levers, hooks, support guides and heat sinks on printed circuit boards.

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8. Quality Standards

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Here's how Quality Standards is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Assembled orders to meet customer specifications, tracked inventory, inspected parts for conformity to prescribed quality standards.
  • Trained other employees*Utilized a computerized inventory tracking system*Safely and accurately handled tools and machinery*Inspected product to assure quality standards
  • Utilized quality standards to determine proper assembly procedures and function to ensure perfect assembly execution and efficiency.
  • Demonstrated commitment to maintain high quality standards resulted in locating Component issues within equipment.
  • Work alongside quality engineers and manufacturing engineers to ensure the product meets quality standards.
  • Assemble motorcycles on a production line efficiently while meeting quality standards and customer expectations.
  • Examined products for conformance to specifications and quality standards applying knowledge of manufacturing processes.
  • Assembled commercial refrigeration units in a fast paced environment while maintaining quality standards.
  • Work effectively to meet or exceed productivity goals while maintaining high quality standards
  • Participated in internal and external audits to insure compliance with quality standards.
  • Applied company policies in daily machinery assembly operations and exceeded quality standards.
  • Contributed to all aspects of aircraft manufacturing while maintaining high quality standards.
  • Observe manufacturing documents, procedures, quality standards and safety expectations.
  • Assembled state-of-the-art generators ensuring strict adherence to blueprints and quality standards.
  • Collaborate with direct supervisor to sustain and exceed end-product quality standards.
  • Tested and inspected completed fixtures to ensure finished product meets quality standards
  • Repaired processors and inspected by microscope to ensure quality standards.
  • Inspect final assembled lavatory to verify conformance to quality standards.
  • Maintained compliance with current manufacturing quality standards of client companies.
  • Inspected parts for quality and maintained quality standards of organization.

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9. Final Inspection

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Here's how Final Inspection is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Perform final inspection of completely assembled automotive parts for performance issues or any other defects.
  • Certified on different process operations, excellent experience in labeling, packaging and final inspection.
  • Embraced responsibility for final inspections using pressure gauge and microscope.
  • Conducted quality control and final inspection for bus delivery.
  • Performed final inspection of products to ensure proper manufacturing.
  • Perform assembly required for test preparation and final inspection.
  • Assembled catheter components involving soldering and final inspection.
  • Input data into a data-base systems after final inspection
  • Performed final inspections before distribution to customers.
  • Performed final inspections for every completed kiosk.
  • Performed quality control and final inspections.
  • Performed in process and final inspections
  • Prepared all assemblies for final inspections
  • Complete all processes for finishing a hydraulic hose, which includes; cutting, crimping, orientation, and final inspection.
  • Inspect, clean and label-processed parts using a laser-printing machine, complete paperwork as needed and make ready for final inspection.
  • Worked in different production areas as in passenger line, driver line, material handling, frames, and final inspection.
  • Performed final inspection, test, box and filled out necessary forms for assembled units make ready for shipment.
  • Worked in the paint department and did final inspections on completed products and also operated as a team leader.
  • Check quality of parts, assemble parts, check quality of assembly before it goes for final inspection.
  • Install all lock wire to valves and final inspection of lock wire and all hard ware on valves.

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10. Wire Harnesses

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Here's how Wire Harnesses is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Assemble wire harnesses according to specifications/drawings.
  • Assemble wire harnesses according to blueprint specifications
  • Assembled wire harnesses for electrical equipment
  • Build wire harnesses that operate vehicle functions such as blinkers, heat, lights, and radios for various vehicles.
  • Assemble wire harnesses needed for air condition and heating units for commercial use at Walmart, Sam's, etc.
  • Assembled wire harnesses for places such as John Deere and Caterpillar; was only temporary while the workload was high
  • Assemble wire harnesses for use in aircraft, read blue prints to assemble harnesses, strip and crimp wire.
  • Read blueprints and followed written instruction to assemble wire harnesses for aircraft using various crimping tools, soldering iron.
  • Assembled truck, bus, and military motorized heated and non-heated mirrors, tested wiring, assembled wire harnesses.
  • Installed mechanical and electrical components and systems such as engine, transmission, wire harnesses, instrument control panels
  • Hand assembly of wire harnesses, operate braiding machines and terminating machines, measure and complete paperwork as needed
  • Assembled wire harnesses, kept work area in warehouse clean, maintained daily quota for company requirements.
  • Manufactured a variety of electrical cables, gas and high pressure hoses, and multiple wire harnesses.
  • Installed brake-lines, kickstands and wire harnesses onto motorcycles in the beginning processes of motor cycle building.
  • Cable and harness assembly capabilities include: fiber optics, discrete wire harnesses, crimp, solder.
  • Cut, strip, and crimp wire to create wire harnesses out of required gauge wire.
  • Prepared wires, parts, components and structures to assemble aircraft electrical/avionic wire harnesses and sub-assemblies.
  • Assemble TV lamps, circuit boards, packaging, shipping and installed and prepped wire harnesses.
  • Installed mechanical and electrical components and systems such as throttles, wire harnesses, and brakes.
  • Build wire harnesses for various companies and things, also build up panels for Bradford white

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11. Pallet Jack

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Here's how Pallet Jack is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Assembled products on line Packaged/Prepped finished products for shipment Cleaned work space daily Operated electric pallet jack
  • Use pallet jack properly and professionally
  • Operated various equipment, including pallet jack, Read work orders and followed verbal instructions to ascertain materials to be moved.
  • Use of manual pallet jacks, wire dressing, lifting bending, and standing for long periods of time.
  • Operated forklift, pallet jack, various hand tools (power drills, screw drivers and rivet gun).
  • Assisted in loading and unloading of incoming and outgoing trucks, stocking incoming items using pallet jacks and forklifts.
  • Initiated the packaging of final product and performed warehousing operations using pallet jacks, forklifts and loading dock ramps.
  • Job duties include handling a pallet jack, using basic power tools and being careful and precise when using tools
  • Used hand tools, power tools, pallet jacks, hoists, and recorded hourly totals of parts produced.
  • Required to work with torque guns, pneumatic lifting tools, and pallet jacks for stocking the line.
  • Operated production equipment; used hand tools, pallet jacks, gauging equipment, and plastic welding machines.
  • Assembled freezer orders with a double pallet jack to be wrapped and dropped at the docks for shipment.
  • Trained and fully operated all pallet jacks, crank lift table, and other light material moving equipment.
  • Used pallet jacks, Allen wrenches, screwdrivers, and box cutters to assist in my process.
  • Operated forklift, order picker, and pallet jack in tight quarters of warehouse and storage bullpen.
  • Pack the completed operator by boxing, scanning labels and pulling on pallet jack to shipping.
  • Boxed and moved product to shipping and receiving area by forklift or pallet jack as needed.
  • Pushed, pulled and moved products onto and off of trucks using pallet jacks and forklifts.
  • Operate pallet jack when needed to drive finished unit to testing area or designated shipping area.
  • Use of over head cranes, pallet jacks and other tools needed to move heavy parts.

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12. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Demonstrated excellent customer service and communication by meeting deadlines, meeting production demands and meeting attendance requirements.
  • Challenged to deliver high-quality customer service in a fast-paced, dynamic, and demanding consumer-oriented environment.
  • Communicated effectively with co-workers within various departments to provide efficient and excellent customer service and assistance.
  • Polished customer service abilities with constant interaction and work related requests.
  • Implemented exceptional customer service skills, building customer and Co-worker relations.
  • Assisted customers while providing excellent customer service in multiple departments.
  • Provided superior customer service to internal / external customers.
  • Provided over-the-phone customer service to troubleshoot and fix problems.
  • Listened to customer needs and provided excellent customer service.
  • Blind Manufacturer, Installer, Repairs, Customer Service Representative
  • Maintained highest level of customer service and professionalism.
  • Demonstrate excellent customer service to all customers.
  • Provide excellent customer service by greeting customers.
  • Assisted customer service in resolving shipment discrepancies.
  • Acquired external and internal customer service.
  • Performed daily customer service functions.
  • Used customer service skills to talk with vendors, and other office personnel about having parts/items required to do specific jobs.
  • Conducted all phases of assembling equipment, customer service, order replacement parts, restock indoor and outdoor equipment displays as needed
  • Assemble parts, team work, communication skills, computer skills, using time wisely, exceeding everyday goals, customer service
  • Trouble-shoot problems on sales floor with customers as well motivate assembly employees of company to utilizing excellent customer service skills.

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13. Automatic Assembly Operations

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Here's how Automatic Assembly Operations is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Performed hand and automatic assembly operations and modifications when necessary.
  • Performed manual and automatic assembly operations on components and assemblies.
  • Perform detailed hand and automatic assembly operations for Boeing subcontractor.
  • Experience with hand and automatic assembly operations.
  • Set up and preformed hand and automatic assembly operations on components, sub-assemblies and assemblies Assembled components with hand power tools.
  • Set up and perform hand and automatic assembly operations on cardboard inserts, platforms, and sheets.
  • Set up and performed hand and automatic assembly operations on components, sub-assemblies and assemblies.
  • Perform hand and automatic assembly operations on components, sub- assemblies, and assemblies.
  • Set up and performed hand and automatic assembly operations on components, sub-assemblies and assemblies.Helped produce production for the company GE.
  • Set up and performed hand and automatic assembly operations on components, sub-assemblies and assemblies.Performed and submitted first piece for inspection.
  • Set up and perform hand and automatic assembly operations on components, sub-assemblies, and assemblies for disposable blood transfusion kits.
  • Interpreted prints, drawings and sketches.Set up and performed hand and automatic assembly operations on components, sub-assemblies and assemblies.
  • Set up and preformed hand and automatic assembly operations on componets, sub-assemblies and assemblies.
  • Interpreted blue prints, drawings and sketches Performed hand and automatic assembly operations on components Demonstrated accuracy in assembly units and inspection
  • Set up and performedhand and automatic assembly operations on components, sub-assemblies and assemblies.Assembler A.
  • Perform hand and automatic assembly operations on components ,subassemblies, and final assemblies of guns.
  • Set up andperformed hand and automatic assembly operations on components,sub-assemblies and assemblies.
  • Assembled driveshafts Automatic Assembly Operations Obtained appropriate tooling and fixtures.
  • Input data into Plex system Set up and performed hand and automatic assembly operations on components, sub-assemblies and assemblies.

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14. Clean Room Environment

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Here's how Clean Room Environment is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Assembled medical components in clean room environment while following company procedures effectively maximizing production output while meeting quality standards.
  • Maintain accurate clean room environment records adhering to all applicable hygiene and regulatory compliance requirements.
  • Perform mechanical assembly of large automated systems within a clean room environment.
  • Assemble medical devises in clean room environment following exact specifications,
  • Assembled a variety of catheters and heart related products on a clean room environment assuring they meet Quality Control standards.
  • Build Medical grade insulin pumps in clean room environment by following detailed work instructions as specified in work and procedure.
  • Worked in a clean room environment with full gowning (hairnet, booties, gloves and gowning coveralls).
  • Maintain clean room integrity via proper gowning techniques and adherence to clean room environment practices (QSR/GMP) procedures.
  • Clean Room: Assembled and calibrated 30 & 20 type New York Air Breaks in clean room environment.
  • Worked in a clean room environment building semi conductor tools for companies like Intel, Samsung, etc.
  • Work was performed under a microscope, soldering, small hand tools, in a semi-clean room environment.
  • Work in a clean room environment, maintaining a secure, safe, clean and healthy work area.
  • Maintain clean room integrity by using proper attire and adherence to clean room environment practices and procedures.
  • Assemble medical products in clean room environment, inspect quality, be responsible for maintaining production.
  • Worked in a clean room environment and utilizing ISO 9000 methodology, assembled and tested 100Khz.
  • Collaborate as a team to build disposable medical bag assemblies in a clean room environment.
  • Worked in a Clean room environment, ensuring all team members adhered to strict standards.
  • Worked in a clean room environment, standing or sitting for up to 7hrs.
  • Worked in Clean Room environment (adhering to government standards in FDA Facility).
  • Worked in a clean room environment using machinery to make first stage of micro-chip.

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15. Small Parts

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Here's how Small Parts is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Experienced in assembling small parts under microscopes and inspecting products for quality assurance
  • Welded small parts together precisely and efficiently.
  • Manipulate small parts onto assembly line
  • Performed work on center tanks, fuselages, wings, small parts, forward cabins and installed windows in various aircraft.
  • JOB DUTIES: Perform line assembly operations, jig parts, inspect parts to MASS- Produce small parts for local companies.
  • Assembled the small parts of the gun by hand press, inspected each part individually, checked order number quantity.
  • Assisted the small parts inventory supervisor (performed her job when she was not at work for vacations/medical leave).
  • Inspected small parts to ensure free action of alignment and fitting of parts as per documentation for assembly of knife.
  • Assemble small parts repetitively, use of rulers to measure all parts, insert long rods into catheters.
  • Operated sewing machines to sew together small parts, packaged finished products and prepared them for shipment.
  • Job required quick, repetitive movements and using microscopes to assemble small parts of the whole product.
  • Assembled small parts, operated tools powered by air compressor and hand tools - Installed hydraulic hoses
  • Worked at Canon using tools and machinery to assemble small parts on the line during shift.
  • Welded small parts onto catheter through a microscope, and visually inspect work for any deformity.
  • Worked on a fast pace assembly line put small parts together to build blood donor kits.
  • Worked on small parts in the assembly department and read blueprints to complete the job.
  • Assembled small parts for cabinets and ensured cabinets were cleaned and ready for final inspection.
  • Worked on assembly line at a very fast pace with very small parts and tools.
  • Work with pneumatic presses and punches, also work with small parts and hand tools.
  • Exhibited proficiency in working with small parts, troubleshooting problems, and recording completed projects.

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16. Electrical Systems

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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Performed upgrades and modifications on mechanical and electrical systems, bringing vehicle up to new specifications.
  • Assembled equipment with pneumatic & electrical systems Experienced in basic carpentry and general fabrication
  • Rewired electrical systems and repaired and replaced electrical accessories.
  • Performed assembly of mechanical, hydraulic and electrical systems.
  • Assemble electrical systems and support devices, and Installed electronic components, sub-assemblies and soldering techniques.
  • Performed tests on performance of electrical systems and engines (Ste Ice & Ste T).
  • Assemble large pad-mount switch gear, electrical systems, fork lift, overhead cranes, shipping.
  • Run 3 separate testing process for defibrillator vest to ensure electrical systems are properly functioning.
  • Inspected electrical systems, equipment, and components to identify hazards, defects product.
  • Worked with mechanical, hydraulic, fuel, and electrical systems on machinery.
  • Trained & assisted employees as a crew leader; performed electrical systems tests.
  • Trained on forklift, torches, wiring of electrical systems.
  • Trouble shooting skills for mechanical HVAC and electrical systems.
  • Installed and tested electrical systems for lights and brakes.
  • Installed solar electrical systems packages in homes 3.
  • Assembled solar electrical systems packages 2.
  • Assembled electrical systems and support structures.
  • Performed testing on IP electrical systems.
  • Assembled electrical systems and installed components, units, subassemblies, wiring, or assembly casings, bolts, soldering equipment.
  • Install components or subassemblies such as axles, engines, generators, fuel, hydraulic, and electrical systems.

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17. Car Parts

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Here's how Car Parts is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Inspect car parts/products, put together car parts, as well as sending down the line to continue to be assembled.
  • Moved to the floor and assemble car parts, loading jigs, and making sure the part was made correctly.
  • Worked along the assembly line building car parts, ran occasional tests to make sure machines were running correctly.
  • Put on final pieces on manufactured car parts, like labels, flanges, zip ties and various others.
  • Packaged car parts, stock, measurements for special orders, inventory counts, labeling, and light paperwork
  • Worked in woods shop, handling truck and car parts, then assembling/measuring crates for all parts and kits
  • Assembled car parts for manufacturing and also check the quality to be shipped out to next department.
  • Cleaned black boxes in which car parts come in to be washed and sent back for reuse.
  • Assembled car parts for Honda, wait on a line and assemble my part then move it down
  • Assembled car bumpers and other car parts for General Motors, Ford, Chrysler, etc.
  • Assemble car parts, clean work area, and check parts for bent or misplaced pieces.
  • Perform a series of operations to correctly assemble car parts into boxes to be shipped out.
  • Align and join parts to construct a variety of car parts for Ford Motor Company.
  • Assembled car parts for GM dealerships * Assembled parts working in weld cells and presses
  • Assemble car parts for Ford Motor Company on an assembly-line in a JIT/JIS environment.
  • Assembled car parts for some of the best selling cars in the automotive industry.
  • Worked on an assembly line operating machines or by hand to assemble car parts.
  • Mark car parts and work on the assembly line and pack parts back together.
  • Fast pace work, pulling car parts off line and packing them in container
  • Worked as an assembler at various places where needed mainly assembling car parts.

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18. Blueprint Specifications

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Here's how Blueprint Specifications is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Follow written instructions and read and apply blueprint specifications.-Check parts for conformance to specifications.
  • Promoted to Parts Inspector, verifying quality and conformity to military blueprint specifications.
  • Assemble generators casings using blueprint specifications and a variation of different tools.
  • Performed setup and adjustments holding tolerance to blueprint specifications.
  • Assemble to blueprint specifications various diaphragms for power generators.
  • Assembled aviation seats to blueprint specifications.
  • Label container according to blueprint specifications.
  • Soldered components to blueprint specifications.
  • Performed rewire to blueprint specifications.
  • Assembled products to blueprint specifications.
  • Inspected circuit boards for various defects such as insufficient solder, part placement and other inconsistencies according to blueprint specifications.
  • Assembled automotive lifts while studying instructions, blueprint specifications and parts list; sub assembles tools and materials.
  • Assembled campers per blueprint specifications, used a wide variety of hand tools, and forklift experience.
  • Painted products using air powered spray gun, air powered sanding and grinding according to blueprint specifications.
  • Performed first piece and hourly inspections to make certain product were being made to blueprint specifications.
  • Calibrated and tested parts to verify that each part met customer's expectations and blueprint specifications.
  • Verify dimensions and clearances of parts to ensure conformance to blueprint specifications, using instruments.
  • Assemble components to exact blueprint specifications while ensuring proper function of components built.
  • Prepared work assignments per blueprint specifications review and assemble materials by parts list.
  • Drill, rout, bore to blueprint specifications, tolerances & inspections.

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19. PCS

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Here's how PCS is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Scanned & Closed shop orders using BPCS System.
  • Work with BPCS, Maximo, Word, Office, Excel and BEST to research and complete all necessary data.
  • Arrange finished product in a tray that fits 160 pcs.
  • Sun 4/300, Sun 4/600), TAC-3 Workstation, PCs.
  • Followed antenna specifications to assemble several types and models of cellular and PCS/AWS antennas.
  • Used the CPCS ICRE check transaction format as input to many programs.

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20. Medical Devices

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Here's how Medical Devices is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Performed assembly, testing, and packaging of medical devices strictly adhering to controlling documentation following demand flow, manufacturing technologies.
  • Job Description: assembles medical devices according to written specifications, manufacturing instructions and drawings.
  • Assemble high quality medical devices while minimizing scrap, accordance with approved manufacturing procedures.
  • Work with written specifications and manufacturing instructions to assemble a variety of medical devices.
  • Performed assembly, test and packaging of medical devices per manufacturing instructions.
  • Performed hand assembly and inspection of medical devices in a sterile environment
  • Inspected build quality and specifications of medical devices for spinal surgery.
  • Worked in manufacturing clean room environment assembling cardiovascular medical devices.
  • Examined various medical devices to verify conformance to quality standards.
  • Perform general assembly and sub-assembly work in medical devices.
  • Measured catheters and medical devices using rulers and calipers.
  • Manufactured medical devices, specifically G-tubes and feeding tubes.
  • Packaged medical devices strictly adhering to controlling documentation.
  • Assembled medical devices-specifically masks for CPAP machines.
  • Handled different medical devices used for surgery.
  • Assemble and sanitize surgical instruments/ medical devices.
  • Assembled various medical devices, mainly inhalers
  • Tested and quality inspected medical devices.
  • Put together medical devices for diabetics
  • Performed sub-assemblies for medical devices.

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21. Particular Production Process

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Here's how Particular Production Process is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Rotate through all the tasks required in a particular production process for making bush hog parts.
  • Rotated through all the tasks required in a particular production process such as assembling oil filters.
  • Rotate through all the tasks required in a particular production process Examined completed components to determine whether components conformed to specifications.
  • Rotate through all the tasks required in a particular production process Operate heavy equipment such as fork trucks and hydraulic presses.
  • Complete production reports to communicate team production level to management* Rotate through all the tasks required in a particular production process.
  • Rotated through all the tasks required in a particular production processincluding wiring, panels, labels, testing and inspecting.
  • Rotated through all the tasks required in a particular production process Had to keep work area clean at all times.
  • Rotate through all the tasks required in a particular production process Shovel, sweep, or otherwise clean work areas
  • Provide assistance in the production of wiring assemblies Rotate through all the tasks required in a particular production process
  • Assemble lawn mowers and tractors Rotate through all the tasks required in a particular production process.
  • Assembled air bags Rotated through all the tasks required in a particular production process Determined work assignments and procedures

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22. Gathering Parts

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Here's how Gathering Parts is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Prepared work to be accomplished by studying assembly instructions, gathering parts, sub-assemblies, tools, and materials.
  • Collected work to be accomplished by examining assembly instructions, blueprint specifications; gathering parts, tools and materials.
  • Prepared work by gathering parts, sub-assemblies, materials, and following assembly instructions to assemble components.
  • Assist with gathering parts, tools, and materials to prepare for daily task.
  • Study assembly instructions, blueprint specifications, and parts lists; gathering parts, subassemblies, tools, and materials.
  • Studied assembly instructions, blueprints, and parts lists; gathering parts, subassemblies, tools, and materials.

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23. Troubleshoot

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Here's how Troubleshoot is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Utilized strong electrical/ mechanical knowledge and background to inspect all equipment and troubleshoot all machinery.
  • Performed electrical sub-assembly which included harnessing, soldering, Troubleshooting/rework and reading of blueprints.
  • Assembled, tested, and troubleshoot gas-regulating units in clean-room and laboratory environments.
  • Trained co-workers on troubleshooting methods developed personally to fix problems quickly.
  • Communicated with international customers and engineers to troubleshoot and expand business.
  • Collaborated across departments to troubleshoot and enhance assembly techniques and processes.
  • Applied troubleshooting and mechanical skills to correct incomplete and/or malfunctioning seats.
  • Perform troubleshooting of completed assembled products for modification and testing.
  • Acknowledged for exceptional troubleshooting skills by highly respected electrical engineer.
  • Performed visual cosmetic inspection and executed diagnostic testing and troubleshooting.
  • Gained experience in troubleshooting electrical problems in the assembled product.
  • Completed preventative requirements and troubleshooting of needed to request repairs.
  • Troubleshooted problems with equipment, hydraulic systems during assembly.
  • Performed troubleshooting of mechanical or equipment problems when necessary.
  • Worked closely with engineering troubleshooting failed systems or software.
  • Performed equipment change-over's while troubleshooting production line machinery.
  • Provided troubleshooting methods and performed repairs as needed.
  • Learned about frequently arising machine problems and troubleshooting.
  • Operated and troubleshoot production line machinery and computers.
  • Performed troubleshooting and repaired mechanical and electrical assemblies.

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24. Production Goals

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Here's how Production Goals is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Assembled and configured computer systems based on customer's detailed requirements and procedures while consistently exceeding strict deadlines and production goals.
  • Collaborated with Value Stream Committee and reviewed production quality that led to improvements to manufacturing process and production goals.
  • Perform duties as outlined in established Job Safety Analysis and National Quality Standards and meet established hourly production goals.
  • Packed auto parts-Cleared machine jams-Inspected sets-Set up/closed jobs for work areas-Led crews towards meeting production goals
  • Awarded promotions and cash bonuses for successfully completing production goals ahead of schedule
  • Worked with managers/leaders to implement company policies and safety and production goals.
  • Obtained certification on three assembly lines consistently meeting quarterly production goals.
  • Assembled different types of batteries*Inventory control*Ensure productivity by making daily production goals
  • Maintained required pace and exceeded quantity production goals.
  • Pack and label boxes, operate a fast convey line, shrink wrap filters, assemble filters, and maintain production goals
  • Planned and assign work tasks in order to meet production goals efficiently, performed general and preventative machine maintenance tasks.
  • Assessed previous work shift completion on job, to plan and execute daily work agenda to meet daily production goals.
  • Planned and assigned work tasks among assembly team to meet daily, weekly, project, and team-related production goals.
  • Planned and projected personal work load for efficient support of daily and weekly, project s and production goals.
  • Cross-trained and knowledgeable in various stations in the assembly processes and carriers; consistently met or exceeded production goals.
  • Performed repetitive bench and line assembly operations to mass produce CRT equipment in order to meet ongoing production goals.
  • Planned and paced work product efficiency that met daily, weekly, project, and team-related production goals.
  • Assisted the Machine Operator in conjunction with other line workers in achieving production goals, quotas and objectives.
  • Administered work and ensured achievement of all production goals, managed all work in compliance with safety procedures.
  • Attained daily production goals as a line leader by encouraging team members to work effectively and efficiently.

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25. Drill Press

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Here's how Drill Press is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Operated drill press according to specifications.
  • Required to operate: all lathes, milling machines, drill presses, hand power tools, welders, cutting torch.
  • Set up and operate arbor, punch, and drill presses to drill, tap, or ream various component parts.
  • Organized parts for assembly, utilized the drill press, jigsaw and riveter to quickly and accurately fulfill order requirements.
  • Use hand tools, scales, and other process related equipment such as fixtures, assembly presses and drill presses.
  • Operated and maintained hand tools, Punch Press, Sheer, various types of saws, Drill Presses and Radials.
  • Assembled vinyl and plastic window frames using various machines including mill machines, plastic welders, and automated drill presses.
  • Tend machines such as drill presses and automated assembly machines to perform fitting and fastening operations on assembly line.
  • Operated lathe and drill press, fill parts using soldering iron and blow torch, leak testing, inspection.
  • Used various power tools, including drills, band saws, jig saws, drill presses, power staplers.
  • Used various power tools, including routers, table saws, drills, drill presses, power staplers.
  • Drill, tap, and spot-face bolt holes in parts using drill presses and portable power drills.
  • Utilize various hand and power tools, and operate laser, press brake and drill press equipment.
  • Performed multiple functions such as painting, cutoff saws, drill press, and chemical finishing applications.
  • Staple gun assembly and operation of various table saws drill press, or cut off saws.
  • Fire hose assembly, water tests on hoses built, drill press, a self motivated atmosphere
  • Drilled holes in base or plaques, using electric drill, drill press, and/or hammer.
  • Drill presses: took the bits hosing out replaces moving parts cleaned and greased areas needed.
  • Use of hand tools, measuring devises, Bridgeport drill presses, milling machines and grinders.
  • Worked in the machine shop using drill presses, drills, and horizontal band saws.

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26. PCB

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Here's how PCB is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Experience soldering laser diode emitters to PCB boards, installing Laser assemblies into housings, and aligning finished laser gun sights.
  • Performed PCB Assembly: Through hole, hand insertion of components using blueprint, written and verbal instructions; soldering
  • Assembled PCB's using assembly instructions, wiring diagrams, Bill of Material and Customer drawings or blueprints.
  • Assembled electronic components, soldered components to PCB, Test final product, Rain test, Packing and Shipping
  • Rework: Using microscope, inspecting, checking and reworking PCB failed boards returned from diagnostic department.
  • Build PCB boards, Soldering, Calibration and other testing procedures, packing items, repair work
  • Experience with calipers, pin gauges, crimping, rulers, soldering, and PCBA programming.
  • Solder, assemble, test and packed PCB's for various government and commercial aircraft.
  • Performed rework, installed wiring modifications, and bonded PCB's per written/electronic work instructions.
  • Soldered connectors to PCB, surface mount soldered components to PCB/ reworked if required.
  • Rework tech- touch-up, solder and repair surface mount and through hole PCB's.
  • Prepped cables, soldered PCB, made harnesses, crimped sub assemblies.
  • Soldered electronic components and wires to Printed Circuit Boards (PCB).
  • Soldered PCB's for small aircraft equipment, refined rework skills.
  • Printed Circuit board production: Assembly of PCB at component level.
  • Install PCB's and prepare tools for final test and shipment.
  • Show other employees how to assemble PCB's from customer drawings.
  • Set up/adjustments/ and run machines according to product PCB inspector Verify product
  • Build and attach power and communication cables to PCB assembly.
  • Soldered and assembled PCB onto chassis followed by wire harness.

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27. Assembly Instructions

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Here's how Assembly Instructions is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Utilize computer data base to pull information for customized truck assembly instructions.
  • Read and interpreted drawings to determine materials requirements or assembly instructions.
  • Refer to Company computer program for assembly instructions and specifications.
  • Work from engineering drawings and/or follow documented assembly instructions.
  • Assembled ultrasonic probes while following strict assembly instructions.
  • Assembled laptop computers per manufacturer assembly instructions.
  • Gathered material needed based on assembly instructions.
  • Study and interpret assembly instructions.
  • Assemble Indigo camera products in accordance to Manufacturing document (assembly instructions, travelers, configuration logs, etc.).
  • Read and interpret schematic drawings, diagrams, blueprints and specifications in order to determine materials requirements and assembly instructions.
  • Create unique, fine jewelry for state museums and aquariums by studying assembly instructions, blueprint specifications and parts lists.
  • Obtained documents, such as assembly instructions and blueprints, from files and attached them to worksheet.
  • Study assembly instructions, blueprint specifications, and parts list to become familiar with the construction procedure.
  • Read and follow manufacturer assembly instructions, and adhere to all safety regulations for merchandise sold assembled.
  • Prepared work by studying assembly instructions, blueprint specifications, parts list and also followed oral directions.
  • Organize a variety of different orders for assembling meters and the assembly instructions (travelers).
  • Review assembly instructions at start of shift to maintain a clear understanding of assignment/ task.
  • Followed the assembly instructions and placed the correct component and quantity into the tray.
  • Experienced in reading and understands assembly instructions, work orders and Bills of Materials.
  • Created assembly instructions for over twenty of the most common units to be assembled.

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28. Different Types

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Here's how Different Types is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Operated and maintained different types of equipment and machinery.
  • Assemble different types of Compact Tracked Loaders*Check quality of Compact Tracked Loaders*Operate and test various Loaders*Maintain Tools and Equipment used in assembly
  • Assemble different types of housing together with solenoid; flex prints, squibs, pins and detonators to work instructions.
  • Experience with welding different types of material together or as a stationary product and as well as rope edge materials.
  • Gained an understanding of how vehicle parts are assembled and the different types of tools needed to complete a vehicle.
  • Followed blueprints to assemble different types of lighting consoles, and then test consoles to make sure it works properly.
  • Air drills, air nail/staple guns, hand tools, material handling equipment, and different types of fork trucks.
  • Pull and assemble various orders with different types of ornate cuts, joinery and routs on various types of materials.
  • Utilized exceptional skills in operating different types of lines in order to orchestrate a smooth flow of production process.
  • Worked in over 25 different types of products throughout repair and overhaul as well as new production products.
  • Assemble tow bars, steps, water tank holders, and different types of chutes on the chassis.
  • Used a variety of power tools and trained on the different types of hardware each part takes.
  • Drive to the different Home Depots in the Kansas City area and assemble different types of merchandise.
  • Use a tape a measure, and use different types of hand tools and air tools.
  • Use of blueprints as a guide to assemble different types of aircraft using hand tools.
  • Assemble different types of micrometers, keeping track of parts and junk parts and paperwork.
  • Operate overhead cranes of different types, follow and execute various orders in timely fashion.
  • Assemble and hand solder a variety of different types of PC drives following company policy.
  • Do various welding on different types of metals from 7 gauge to 20 gauge.
  • Set up and ran a machine that winded wire onto different types of cores.

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29. Mechanical Assembly

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Here's how Mechanical Assembly is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Perform production assembly operation on structural and mechanical assembly, sub-assemblies and aircraft systems, equipment and accessories using manual operations.
  • Performed a wide variety of electrical, mechanical, electronic-mechanical assembly products using power and hand tools.
  • Performed electrical and mechanical assembly of aircraft actuators, servos and ground support equipment.
  • Perform variety of electronic mechanical assembly operations and packaging of air condition units.
  • General mechanical assembly, in-process QC and material handling of medical mounting equipment.
  • Implemented Engineering Change Orders related to mechanical assembly and System building process.
  • Assembled circuit boards with other electronic applications by soldering and mechanical assembly.
  • Perform mechanical assembly according to standard operating procedures and instructions.
  • Assisted other co-workers to carry out mechanical assembly related tasks.
  • Performed mechanical assembly, mixed and applied conductive adhesives.
  • Performed bench mechanical assembly, sub-assembly for manufacturing processes.
  • Performed microscopic, mechanical assembly and adhesive operations.
  • Perform mechanical assembly, utilizing specialized tools.
  • Complete mechanical assembly of components and products.
  • Perform mechanical assembly of wind power generators.
  • Perform electrical and mechanical assembly work.
  • Perform mechanical assembly and soldering.
  • Performed rework, mechanical assembly.
  • Performed applicable Mechanical Assembly Operations.
  • Build Trains and Trams from the ground up including Mechanical assembly, Electrical install, Electrical troubleshooting, and Fiberglass modifications.

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30. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Carried out data entry for tracking/inventory of finished products.
  • Used data entry/time management software and computerized equipment.
  • Followed instructions efficiently and inputting data entry tasks.
  • Performed data entry procedures as necessary.
  • Performed data entry of label information.
  • Completed data entry and documentation.
  • Assembled logistical components, performed data entry, prepared orders for kitting, and maintained a clean and organized work environment.
  • Last of all I always did my paperwork and data entry's accordingly to ensure that my work was always efficient.
  • Use of air and electrical guns (checking torque on vehicles) Computer data entry Operating robotic equipment Quality control inspection
  • Performed data entry to access and input maintenance data records to enable equipment failure investigations and prepare bits for shipping.
  • Assembled blast resistance seats, sub-assembly prep work, loading and unloading autoclave, responsible for operating autoclave and data entry
  • Cashier services when needed and also inventory data entry for number of products available and keeping of records.
  • Assembled hospitals monitors and equipment, data entry all component log numbers assembled and tested electrical board.
  • Experience in data entry, sewing, die-clicking, using a heat press and assembly.
  • JOB DUTIES: Assembled tractors, pulled and placed frames, and performed data entry.
  • Assemble wire, data entry, solder wires to heater, packaging, test heaters
  • Test, repair and assemble true position pieces for cell phones, data entry.
  • Label, data entry, Inspect, diagnose, and assemble refurbished cellular phones.
  • Assembled cryogenic pumps, maintained shipping and receiving records, computer data entry work.
  • Packaged, sealed, labeled devices, and completed data entry and documentation.

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31. Production Equipment

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Here's how Production Equipment is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Assembled pieces in a plastics manufacturing plant* Packaged finished products and prepared them for shipment* Maintained production equipment and machinery
  • Adjust production equipment/machinery setup, Align clearances of mechanical components or parts.
  • Assembled hydraulic tilt cylinders for various Caterpillar production equipment
  • Operated a variety of specialized production equipment.
  • Performed trouble-shooting of production equipment.
  • Loaded materials into production equipment.
  • Maintained production equipment and machines.
  • Calibrate production equipment and machinery.
  • Maintained production equipment and assembled products
  • Be able to operate production equipment (mini-wave solder, vapor phase, pick and place).
  • Use of basic hand as well as power tools, production equipment and measuring devices.
  • Operated various hand and power tools, measuring instruments, and specialized production equipment.
  • Maintain production equipment and machinery Provide assistance in the production of wiring assemblies.
  • Use and operation of various power tools, hoists, and production equipment.
  • Set up the production equipment and supplies before executing the job order.
  • Set up & operate production equipment in accordance with standard operating procedures.
  • Maintain production equipment and machinery, by performing PM's and set-up.
  • Maintained production equipment and machinery and assisted in training new employees.
  • Operated hand tools, power tools, and production equipment.
  • Worked with various hand-tools and industrial light production equipment.

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32. Verbal Instructions

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Here's how Verbal Instructions is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Followed written and verbal instructions to perform specific requirements.
  • Received and correctly processed both written and verbal instructions/prints.
  • Work from verbal instructions and specification documents.
  • Followed verbal instructions and used assembly drawings.
  • Received and correctly processed verbal instructions.
  • Communicated, verified, processed, and trained other employees using documentation, written and verbal instructions, and visual aids.
  • Assemble materials by reading work orders, following productions drawings and sample assemblies and/or verbal instructions regarding operations to be performed.
  • Read blueprints, wiring diagrams, process sheets and assembly, schematic drawings and received verbal instructions regarding work assignment.
  • Executed the entire assembly process by accurately interpreting set-up sheets, work orders, and drawings along with verbal instructions.
  • Follow drawings, and use BOM, as well as written and verbal instructions to complete work assignments.
  • Used hand tools, fixtures, and aids to manufacture electronic assemblies while following work and verbal instructions.
  • Received and correctly processed both written and verbal instructions Inspected and tested components, assembly parts and power tools
  • Perform hydraulic tests on parts and assemblies as specified on methods and verbal instructions in K Department.
  • Followed verbal instructions and made own set-ups, alignment, and adjustments maintaining tolerances according to instructions.
  • Assemble large metal high voltage cabinets in accordance with established procedures, blueprints/drawings and/or verbal instructions.
  • Worked from written and verbal instructions, Engineering drawings, blueprints, wire-lists or detailed specifications.
  • Solder components, jumpers, and wires from work sheets, monitors, or verbal instructions.
  • Assembled hospital surgery kits to order from computer generated, written, and verbal instructions.
  • Disassemble per the Repair and Overhaul Manual, CMM, written, or verbal instructions.
  • Follow defined instructions, executing plans as directed, according to written or verbal instructions.

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33. Assembly Problems

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Here's how Assembly Problems is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Resolved assembly problems by altering dimensions to meet specifications; notified supervisor when additional resources or tools were required.
  • Resolved assembly problems by altering dimensions to meet specifications and notifies supervisor to obtain additional resources.
  • Resolved assembly problems by inspecting, attached and assembled components of sub-assemblies to meet specifications.
  • Resolved assembly problems by notifying a supervisor to obtain additional resources.
  • Recognize potential and/or actual assembly problems and alert manufacturing engineer.
  • Resolved assembly problems by altering dimensions to meet specifications.
  • Identified and corrected assembly problems.
  • Gather needed materials, read measurements, resolve assembly problems by altering dimensions to meet specifications.
  • Predicted assembly problems and suggested solutions that proved so successful they were adopted throughout the plant.
  • Recognized assembly problems; refit and made necessary repairs, resulting in cost savings.
  • Worked closely with colleagues to address assembly problems and ensure quality.
  • Resolved assembly problems by altering dimensions to meet specifications Positioned and aligned parts in specific relationship to each other in fixture.
  • Resolved assembly problems by altering dimensions to meet specifications Documented actions by completing production and quality forms.

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34. Customer Orders

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Here's how Customer Orders is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Work closely with procurement team and upper management to help expedite specific customer orders.
  • Managed intake of customer orders; ensured orders were accurately placed and executed.
  • Prepared customer orders for shipping, and maintained company stock inventory warehouse.
  • Perform data entry, verification of material information and customer orders.
  • Processed and fulfilled customer orders with internet based shipping company.
  • Worked in a fast-paced manufacturing environment filling customer orders.
  • Assembled and fashioned products per customer orders and specifications.
  • Prepared all customer orders including special orders.
  • Assembled vaporizers according to customer orders.
  • Use computer system daily to check customer orders, make adjustments, complete orders, and/or contact customers for pick up.
  • Assembled customer orders from stock and places orders on pallets or shelves * Conveyed orders to packing station or shipping department.
  • Worked with a small team to assemble enough clutches to fill customer orders with minimal or no quality assurance rejects.
  • Preformed required assemblies of new product displays and customer orders of grills, fireplaces, furniture and yard equipment.
  • Collaborated with Order Control to modify incorrect Build of Materials on assigned jobs to ensure customer orders were accurate.
  • Pull products for customer orders, organize and wrap skids and fill out all documentation accurately for shipping manifests.
  • Assembled customer orders from stock and places orders on pallets or shelves, or conveys orders for loading.
  • Assemble all bikes, display furniture, customer orders for pickup, and other miscellaneous goods as needed.
  • Worked efficiently with co-workers in order to finish the customer orders in an efficient and timely manner.
  • Filled and packed up to 2,000 customer orders per day and ensuring that each order is accurate.
  • Build displays, RF scan clothing returns and for customer orders, pull pallets and shrink wrap.

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35. Customer Specifications

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Here's how Customer Specifications is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Worked closely with customer inventory control specialists to ensure that all materials maintained at job site complied with customer specifications.
  • Interpret schematic drawings, Customer Specifications and Process Instructions with emphasis on quality resulting satisfied customer and high quality products.
  • Demonstrate tremendous attention to detail in building high-voltage power supplies for various electronics, according to customer specifications.
  • Conducted factory acceptance tests on the cylinders to verify capabilities, proper functioning and conformance to customer specifications.
  • Followed assembly instructions per customer specifications and coordinated the staging of materials as needed for specific builds.
  • Performed machining and assembly of centrifugal air compressor reduction gearboxes per customer specifications and blueprints.
  • Assembled sheet metal sub-assemblies and final assembly aerospace parts to close tolerances per customer specifications.
  • Ensured that all products were completed according to customer specifications and correcting any production challenges.
  • Followed work instructions to produce products with the desired results according to customer specifications.
  • Collected computer data and determined pass/fail outcome and if the product met customer specifications.
  • Assist test technicians in testing electronic components for compliance with customer specifications.
  • Assembled and inspected radiators on different models of combines to customer specifications.
  • Assembled HVAC units according to customer specifications while maintaining proper quality control.
  • Inspect solder joints and components to customer specifications for uniformity and durability.
  • Segregated parts and assembled them to close tolerances and customer specifications.
  • Reviewed and verified all work followed sales orders and customer specifications.
  • Complete products to verify functioning, and conformance to customer specifications.
  • Assembled medical-grade bags and tubing elements to meet customer specifications.
  • Modify and assemble Pelican cases from blueprints per customer specifications.
  • Assemble electrical connectors according to job orders and customer specifications.

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36. Equipment Operational

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Here's how Equipment Operational is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Keep equipment operational by completing preventive maintenance requirements; following manufacturer's instructions, troubleshooting malfunction; calling for repairs.
  • Keep equipment operational by completing preventive maintenance requirements.
  • Repair equipment operational parts if needed.
  • Assemble components by examining connections for correct fit Keeping equipment operational by completing maintenance requirements.
  • Maintain safe and clean work environment,Contribute to team effort, Keep equipment operational,Maintain supply inventory
  • Positioned parts and subassemblies Verified specifications by measuring Kept equipment operational Maintained safe and clean work environment Maintained stock inventory

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37. CNC

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Here's how CNC is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Loaned to the Quick Fix/Fab Shop for approximately six months; set up and operated all CNC milling machines.
  • Used CNC saws and cut tables to cut out pieces for general assembly of cabinetry and doors.
  • Assembled various machining centers and CNC lathes, Sub-assembled mechanical components for machining centers and CNC lathes.
  • Processed wooden parts (operated CNC router, sanded), applied spray coatings, and assembly.
  • Assembled machinery, such as CNC, Automation * Followed directions according to blueprints and shop orders.
  • Shadowed a CNC operator in order to gain more experience in working with a CNC machine.
  • Started out as a filer I smoothed edges on parts that came off CNC machines.
  • Assembled work surfaces Ran the CNC routers Hi-Lo experience Packaged and inspected product per packaging standards
  • Assisted in the machine shop, loading and running multiple types of CNC machines.
  • Assembled brass oil pumps * Soldered and Brazed brass items * Run CNC and Mills
  • Operate machinery per the appropriate work instructions and set-up (Basic CNC Experience).
  • Insert components into CNC machined parts and secure by fastening or screwing into place.
  • Assembled and Packaged PoP displays for delivery - Occasionally handled machinery such as the CNC
  • Assisted in machine shop for various tasks including running CNC's ISO facility.
  • Completed architectural calculations, operated CNC machine, drill presses and table saw.
  • Work with different kinds of machine such as forklift, and CNC level 1
  • Worked at heights of up to 35 feet and programmed CNC benders.
  • Installed all parts pertaining to the process of shipping CNC machine's.
  • Read routers, blueprints, assembled sheet metal enclosures for CNC machines.
  • Assemble finished CNC parts, drive hi-lo, operate 1/2 ton crane.

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38. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Performed all duties according to established company safety policies, including strict adherence to all OSHA guidelines ensuring zero safety violations.
  • Followed Quality Policy and Procedures, OSHA guidelines and regulations governing workplace safety.
  • Preformed responsibilities and tasks following safety practice and procedures enforced by OSHA.
  • Assembled electrical and mechanical components observing OSHA and company safety policies.
  • Acknowledged and adhered to OSHA safety guidelines and other legal regulations
  • Utilized OSHA guidelines building quality vehicles for large corporation
  • Assembled office chairs ensuring they met inspection criteria, maintained a clean and organized work area and followed OSHA safety guidelines.
  • Take responsibility for personal and coworker safety and contribute to safe workplace environment, complying with OSHA and company standards.
  • Inspected work areas and ensured employees were in compliance with OSHA regulations and reported any unsafe work conditions or ergonomic problems
  • Conducted OSHA training and procedures on the first work day of the week insuring staff safety during operation hours.
  • Assured that work practices were in guide lines of OSHA standards; kept work area clean and organized.
  • Assemble parts, work with various machinery, meet quotas, abide by OSHA requirements and employee relations
  • Certified and experienced forklift operator trained under OSHA guidelines capable transporting loads in excess of 20,000 lbs.
  • Assemble Heavy trucks to specific job descriptions within limited time frame; abiding all OSHA safety standards
  • Worked within compliance of OSHA Safety and Health rules as well as other governmental regulations.
  • Positioned parts in a specific order Assembled parts Inspected parts and machines Had OSHA training
  • Provided precise, error-free production while ensuring OSHA standards and protocols were thoroughly met.
  • Maintained a high level of safety in accordance with FDA guidelines and OSHA regulations.
  • Trained in lock out tag out try out safety procedure and OSHA safety.
  • Performed all tasks in compliance with Core Mark safety policy and OSHA requirements.

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39. ISO

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Here's how ISO is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Performed any other related tasks as assigned by supervisor to maintain productivity and contribute to overall efficient operations.
  • Verify all documentation accompanying each manufacturing lot for completeness and accuracy according to GMP and ISO guidelines.
  • Worked with supervisor to ensure meet turnaround requirements even under less than-optimal or high-volume conditions.
  • Communicate with supervisors and engineers on any discrepancies with assemblies and confirm problems corrected.
  • Read engineering assembly drawings and discuss problems witnessed during production with the production supervisor.
  • Report damaged equipment or damage to facility to a Manager or Supervisor immediately 4.
  • Conduct quality inspection and report defective material and equipment to shift supervisor.
  • Escalate manufacturing process discrepancies, Quality/Safety concerns to Group Leads or Supervisors.
  • Organized all work materials and performed other duties authorized by supervisor.
  • Monitored processes for rejects or defects and notify supervisors immediately.
  • Preformed other related assembly duties as assigned by supervisor.
  • Worked closely with managers and supervisors on production deadlines.
  • Collaborated with engineers and supervisors in updating manufacturing documentation.
  • Communicate problems to supervisor, technician or engineer.
  • Collaborated with supervisors with identifying and correcting problem.
  • Reported to supervisors all abnormalities/observations in production.
  • Maintained close personal contact with supervisor.
  • Communicate with supervisors about progress.
  • Promoted to an Escalation Supervisor.
  • Report safety incidents to supervisor.

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40. Quality Forms

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Here's how Quality Forms is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Documented actions by completing production and quality forms.
  • Assemble and disassemble unit on repair and documents actions by completing production and Quality forms.
  • Document and complete production and quality forms at the end of work shift.
  • Document actions by completing service logs and quality forms daily.
  • Document orders for production completion and quality forms.
  • Completed production and quality forms.
  • Documented actions by completing production and quality forms Contributed to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
  • Coordinate consistent measuring methodology between supplier and receiving Documents actions by completing production and quality forms.
  • Document actions and non-conformances by completing production and quality forms to ensure zero defects.
  • Documented actions by completing production and quality forms.The Northender
  • Documented actions by completing production and quality forms Accomplishments My multitasking skills helped me get more job duties done.

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41. Test Procedures

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Here's how Test Procedures is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Assist manufacturing in assembling product to Engineering Specification using required tools and accordance to test procedures and prints.
  • Followed Engineering instructions, understood complex wiring schematics required for troubleshooting electrical problems during system test procedures.
  • Tested and calibrated the systems according to test procedures and performance specifications.
  • Perform computerized test procedures following industrial plant instructions.
  • Perform computerized test procedures following manufacturing instructions.
  • Executed test procedures on equipment being sent to customer base to ensure effective operation and quality workmanship.
  • Assemble Units from Bill of Material with packets consisting of prints and test procedures.
  • Developed test procedures and ensured that all tests were evaluated for desired results.
  • Utilize measuring procedures and test procedures to insure quality and performance of parts.
  • Ensured that test procedures were followed in performing tests and assembling products.
  • Performed quality and test procedures of each product before shipment.
  • Documented needed changes to test procedures and drawings.
  • Perform computerized test procedures following work instructions Install and solder correct components as indicated during software test.
  • Train new personnel to perform following test procedures..
  • Acquired Skills: Responsible for following precise work instructions and test procedures in order to manufacture Hall current thrusters.

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42. SMT

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Here's how SMT is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Assemble SMT printed circuit boards following applicable documentation and quality Workmanship guidelines.
  • Soldered SMT and Thou-hole components, point to point wiring on PCB under microscope followed BOM procedure or verbal instruction.
  • Assembled optical parts for printer and SMT boards; Pulled parts for Machine Operations on shop floor.
  • Light assembly using blueprints to manufacture parts used in Surface Mount Technology (SMT) machines.
  • Ordered and loaded loose components into tubes or nests required to run on SMT machines.
  • Use of scope for wiring, touch-up and rework/inspection of PTH/ SMT/ Fine Pitch parts.
  • Operate through holes or SMT automatic assembly equipment to produce high quality circuit board assembly.
  • Inspect PC boards after SMT Assembly and inspect a flow production in the line.
  • Cross trained in prepping/masking, SMT inspection, stuffing, post-wave inspection/assembly, testing.
  • Used microscope to hand solder THT components and SMT for the electronics industry.
  • Hand screen PCB'S with solder paste for hand placement of SMT components.
  • Experience soldering Thru-Hole and SMT (Surface Mount Technology) using microscope.
  • Performed SMT board inspections, through hole soldering, and board testing
  • Assembled PCB's under a microscope utilizing SMT and TH techniques.
  • Hand assemble diodes resistors and capacitors using though-hole and SMT technologies.
  • Assemble Micro PCB boards using SMT and through hole technology.
  • Used SMT solder to rework and repair wires and components.
  • Touch up rework on SMT component and hand solder.
  • Performed the SMT soldering and repair of PCB's.
  • Perform SMT touch up and inspect CCA per drawing.

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43. Inventory Level

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Here's how Inventory Level is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Recorded delivery of merchandise, compared record with merchandise ordered and reported discrepancies to control costs and maintain correct inventory levels.
  • Recorded, monitored, and reported inventory levels to warehouse supervisor.
  • Maintain supply inventory by checking stock to determine inventory level.
  • Completed stock orders and managed inventory levels.
  • Managed inventory levels and checked quality.
  • Managed inventory levels on bicycles.
  • Maintained supplies inventory by checking stock to determine inventory level; anticipating needed supplies; placing and expediting orders for supplies.
  • Maintain correct inventory levels at all times and required to ensure high levels of customer service.
  • Maintain supplies inventory by checking stock to determine inventory level and ordering through the system.
  • Worked in Material Handling position, duties included inventory level management and cycle counts.
  • Order and stock inventory using ERP system to check available inventory levels.
  • Monitored inventory levels within work station to maintain flow of production.
  • Assemble job components -Unload company trucks -Maintain inventory levels -Sort shipping orders
  • Maintain inventory levels of raw materials located in the assembly area.
  • Check raw materials and maintain component inventory levels.
  • Maintained inventory levels for in store stock items.
  • Keep track of inventory levels.
  • Maintain supply inventory by checking stock to determine inventory level Keep equipment operational by completing preventive maintenance requirements
  • Maintained inventory by checking stock to determine inventory level,needed supplies and expediting orders.
  • Maintained inventory levels of the final lines grocery store.

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44. Light Fixtures

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Here's how Light Fixtures is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Assembled light fixtures per work order* Cleaned work station when work was completed* Completed work orders on timely as needed basis
  • Assemble LED light fixtures, seal them according to specifications so there is no water leakage, pack for shipment.
  • Assemble conventional ovens* Installed insulation, flue-vents, and light fixtures* Attached glass doors and racks to complete the job
  • Assembled, cleaned, repaired, and tested various light fixtures and other electronic components for casino gaming machines.
  • Put on reflectors, install lamps and put covers on light fixtures once they are assembled and tested.
  • Job duties included building led light fixtures, wiring, testing, and troubleshooting all kinds of fixtures.
  • Assembled and mounted light fixtures, performed inspection duties, filled orders, and processed required paperwork.
  • Manufactured and packaged LED light fixtures sold to companies, hospitals and other organizations throughout the country.
  • Reviewed work orders and completed tasks in assembly, testing and inspecting light fixtures and individual components.
  • Assembled light fixtures using power tools, tested them and put them on proper carts.
  • Install light fixtures, fans, fan drives, and various other electrical components.
  • Worked at a lighting factory assembling light fixtures, and counting and tracking inventory.
  • Follow blueprints to construct light fixtures, use hand tools/guns as part of job.
  • Put together light fixtures that go in parking lots, stadiums, parks.
  • Perform assembly duties such as putting light fixtures together according to purchased invoice.
  • Assemble residential products such as bathroom fans, ceiling fans and light fixtures.
  • Worked on assembly line building light fixtures and worked on paint line hanging parts
  • Locate and pull light fixtures from warehouse, assemble and hang in showroom.
  • Used electrical hand tools to assemble light fixtures, screwing in latches.
  • Assemble and wire light fixtures from start to finish ready for shipment.

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45. Additional Resources

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Here's how Additional Resources is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Make corrections and altering dimensions to meet specifications; notifying supervisor to obtain additional resources.
  • Resolve any promblems and meet specific reqirments, and notifiying the supervisor to obbtain additional resources.

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46. Inspect Parts

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Here's how Inspect Parts is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Inspect parts during assembly Communicate quality/safety concerns to supervisor Use air powered hand tools Skills Used Fast learner Self-motivated Team player
  • Install PTO units and all related plumbing on utility trucks, requisition and inspect parts, fulfill orders on assembly lines.
  • Inspect parts and products for quality standards, follow and comply with all safety and work rules and regulations.
  • Ensured quality standards by using microscope to clean, solder and inspect parts prior to advancing to next operation.
  • Build blood filters; visually inspect parts, assemble, torque, seal product in pouches or blisters.
  • Machine operator, inspect parts for defects, pack parts for quality control, and print on products.
  • Inspect parts for contamination, defects, and scuff marks that may have been caused during production.
  • Inspect parts from both, internal and external suppliers, to ensure company quality specifications were met.
  • Assembled materials for the Toyota Camry/ Inspect parts for quality and maintaining a safe work standard
  • Inspect parts as we go for defects and repair any soldering issues if parts fail.
  • Coil wires measured and assembled through cores of different lengths, inspect parts according to specifications
  • Inspect parts to ensure their quality is efficient for use in the production process.
  • Clean, do paperwork, inspect parts, assemble parts and place parts on cart
  • Assemble breaks for stretchers, inspect parts, assemble computer systems for powered beds.
  • Examine and inspect parts, material, and products to ensure specifications are met.
  • Performed various tasks as operating machine and assembling microwave part0s and inspect parts.
  • Inspect parts making sure they are quality to build product to customers satisfaction.
  • Inspect parts for visible defects and pull parts from the line if defected.
  • Ford and among others Produce/Inspect parts for Vita-mix Corporation, a high-performance food blender
  • Inspect parts for proper machining finish and dimensions; checks sub-assemblies and units.

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47. Supplies Inventory

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Here's how Supplies Inventory is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Maintained supplies inventory for production line to ensure uninterrupted production.
  • Maintain supplies inventory by checking stock to determine if any needed supplies, placing orders for supplies.
  • Maintain supplies inventory and staff resources.
  • Maintain supplies inventory by checking stock.
  • Maintain a safe and clean work environment Maintain supplies inventory, anticipating needed supplies
  • Maintain supplies inventory by checking stock level, order for supplies

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48. Final Product

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Here's how Final Product is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Inspected completed assemblies and corrected by adjusting and aligning to specified specification to assure quality control of final product.
  • Recognized defective parts and implemented corrective measures Maintained attention to detail and ensured accuracy of final product
  • Provided quality control checking final product for workmanship and placing product in packaging when finalized.
  • Performed quality inspections on leak tank operations, insuring final product met design specifications.
  • Tested assembled parts/components, final product for proper operation and assured quality control.
  • Performed in-depth quality inspections of final product for order and content accuracy.
  • Performed quality control, tested devices insured final products performed properly.
  • Maintained accurate production records and dimensions of final product.
  • Performed manual inventory control to ensure final products count
  • Inspected final product under 2x magnification microscope.
  • Inventory of final product and electronic components.
  • Reported completion of final products to management.
  • Assembled final product following engineering drawings.
  • Placed final product on appropriate pallet
  • Learned how to exceed customers expectations through product assembly and quality control, making sure the final products state was flawless.
  • Affix product using drills, impact gun, and other related tools Inspect final product for defects, based upon company guidelines
  • Perform related tasks such as placing labels on packages, putting manuals into binders, and handling boxes for final product.
  • Use computerized inventory control programs to account for all parts received and the shipping of final products to our various customers.
  • Assembled product, put in breaker box, labeled lids, tested final product and packaged in preparation for shipping.
  • Attach objects together using nuts, bolts and screws to create the final product that is later boxed and shipped.

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49. Chrysler

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Here's how Chrysler is used in Assembler jobs:
  • Assemble parts on to the Chrysler vehicles as they moved down the line at a fast and steady pace.
  • Assigned to the BorgWarner plant in Seneca, SC assemble transfer cases for Ford, Dodge and Chrysler models.
  • Warehouse work, band saw operator, production line worker, cleaning, and assembling boxes for Daimler Chrysler.
  • Have worked in the Trim Body Shop, Chassis, and Final Inspection lines of Chrysler auto assembly.
  • Assembled aluminum tilt pour foundry machines for companies such as: GM, Chrysler, Harley Davidson.
  • Worked all different stations on production line installing parts into transmissions for Jaguar, Chrysler & Honda.
  • Assemble front and rear bumpers for Chrysler cars by using RF scanner in a fast paced environment
  • General assembly functions to include boxing GM/Chrysler bumpers and parts onto skids, And also inventory.
  • Assembled various automotive upholstery products on the Dodge/Chrysler line: Stapling, Riveting, Press operation
  • Assembled the doors to used on Chrysler Jeep vehicles and shipped to various locations globally.
  • Assisted in assembling the Dodge Ram truck and The Chrysler Town and Country van.
  • Assembled Chrysler trucks and minivans such as the Jeep Cherokee and Town and Country.
  • Assist with the assembly of parts to be distributed to Daimler Chrysler for automotive building
  • Work on D line assembling drive train and half shafts for Chrysler Motor Company.
  • Assembled brakes for Dodge Chrysler and Ford Mustang vehicles using hand and power tools
  • Assembled oil coolers and radiators for Chrysler, Caterpillar, and various companies.
  • Assemble sensors for Volvo and Chrysler and also had to make rate every hour
  • Performed assembly tasks for completion of front and rear seats for Chrysler vehicles.
  • Build and Assemble radiators for John Deere tractors, Chrysler Auto and e.t.c
  • Operated various machines and tools to assemble car seats for Chrysler products.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Assembler

Part Numbers39.3%
Assembly Line15.2%
Safety Procedures9.8%
Hand Tools9.8%
Temp2.6%
Quality Checks2.5%
Circuit Boards2.4%
Quality Standards1.9%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Assembler

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Part Numbers
Part Numbers
32.3%
32.3%
2
2
Assembly Line
Assembly Line
12.5%
12.5%
3
3
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
8.1%
8.1%
4
4
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
8.1%
8.1%
5
5
Temp
Temp
2.1%
2.1%
6
6
Quality Checks
Quality Checks
2%
2%
7
7
Circuit Boards
Circuit Boards
2%
2%
8
8
Quality Standards
Quality Standards
1.6%
1.6%
9
9
Final Inspection
Final Inspection
1.3%
1.3%
10
10
Wire Harnesses
Wire Harnesses
1.3%
1.3%
11
11
Pallet Jack
Pallet Jack
1.3%
1.3%
12
12
Customer Service
Customer Service
1.3%
1.3%
13
13
Automatic Assembly Operations
Automatic Assembly Operations
1.2%
1.2%
14
14
Clean Room Environment
Clean Room Environment
1.2%
1.2%
15
15
Small Parts
Small Parts
1.1%
1.1%
16
16
Electrical Systems
Electrical Systems
1%
1%
17
17
Car Parts
Car Parts
1%
1%
18
18
Blueprint Specifications
Blueprint Specifications
1%
1%
19
19
PCS
PCS
0.9%
0.9%
20
20
Medical Devices
Medical Devices
0.9%
0.9%
21
21
Particular Production Process
Particular Production Process
0.8%
0.8%
22
22
Gathering Parts
Gathering Parts
0.8%
0.8%
23
23
Troubleshoot
Troubleshoot
0.8%
0.8%
24
24
Production Goals
Production Goals
0.7%
0.7%
25
25
Drill Press
Drill Press
0.7%
0.7%
26
26
PCB
PCB
0.7%
0.7%
27
27
Assembly Instructions
Assembly Instructions
0.7%
0.7%
28
28
Different Types
Different Types
0.7%
0.7%
29
29
Mechanical Assembly
Mechanical Assembly
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
Data Entry
Data Entry
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
Production Equipment
Production Equipment
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
Verbal Instructions
Verbal Instructions
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Assembly Problems
Assembly Problems
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
Customer Orders
Customer Orders
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Customer Specifications
Customer Specifications
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Equipment Operational
Equipment Operational
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
CNC
CNC
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Osha
Osha
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
ISO
ISO
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
Quality Forms
Quality Forms
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Test Procedures
Test Procedures
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
SMT
SMT
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Inventory Level
Inventory Level
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Light Fixtures
Light Fixtures
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Additional Resources
Additional Resources
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Inspect Parts
Inspect Parts
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Supplies Inventory
Supplies Inventory
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Final Product
Final Product
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Chrysler
Chrysler
0.5%
0.5%

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