Ifyou have at least 2 years of production experience then this opportunity thatoffers weekly pay , incrediblebenefits , paid training , and lots of opportunitiesfor growth may be perfect for you!
A small, local company thatproduces handcrafted fishing equipment has a full-time , temp-to-hire opening on their close-knitteam for a Assembler on their coating team.
This is a great opportunity for youto start a long-term career with a growing company that fosters a positive,team-oriented work environment!
You will be successful in thisassembly role if you have strong attention to detail, great fine motor skills,and take pride in your work.
Schedule: Monday-Friday 7:30am-4:00pm
Pay: $18/hr. Payday every Friday!
Location: SODO - South Downtown Seattle
If you are interested in this Assembler position, apply now or call 206-453-2852 to speak to someone rightaway!
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Metal Buildings Assembler is $26,866 per year or $13 per hour. The highest paying Metal Buildings Assembler jobs have a salary over $54,000 per year while the lowest paying Metal Buildings Assembler jobs pay $13,000 per year
An assembler's general responsibility is to assemble parts and pieces of an item to create a full-length component. An assembler's duties also include checking inventories for correct quantities of components, following blueprints and acknowledging assembly instructions, verifying resources and supplies before assembly, and inspecting tools and equipment necessary to get the job done. Assemblers must also have extensive knowledge of machines, especially troubleshooting and maintenance, and ensuring the quality of the items without compromising the standard safety regulations of the production.
Operators are skilled workers who are in charge of working on an industrial machine or a specific aspect of the manufacturing business. They are trained to operate machines, learning how to use them. They are also responsible for the maintenance and repair of the machine, and they should be able to troubleshoot problems and provide remedies to them. They must be knowledgeable about the different parts of the machine and how to mitigate any challenges that may arise. Operators should be alert, detail-oriented, and familiar with safety and health guidelines.
Material handlers are responsible for moving products, storing items, and managing supplies to proper shelf categories. A material handler also documents deliveries and ensures that all items for shipment are correct and free of any damage. Material handlers must also be a fast-learner to operate various warehouse equipment that would make the task more efficient and less time-consuming. A material handler must also check all the incoming deliveries to validate all purchases made. Material handlers must be able to analyze sheet orders and prepare the correct merchandise the client needs.
Warehouse workers are employees assigned to handle tasks inside the company's warehouse. They are in charge of managing the entry and exit of goods inside the warehouse, ensure that the inventory is up-to-date, and check the quality of the goods that are stored. Warehouse workers receive the items that are delivered to the warehouse, ensure that the items are complete using the delivery list, and keep the items safe in the designated area in the warehouse. They also clear any items that will exit the warehouse by ensuring that only the items that are on the list will be removed from the warehouse, and checking if these items are safely packed before leaving.
The truck driver transports goods and materials by land from and to manufacturing factories or retail businesses and distribution centers with the use of heavy trucks or tractor-trailers. Truck drivers assist and supervise the safe unloading of cargos to the destination. They must always check their cargo if complete and secured with cables, rope, or other materials. They should keep their truck clean, neat, and inspect prior the trip and ensure to be in good working condition to operate safely. It is very important that they follow with all appropriate safety procedures and comply with federal and state regulations. They must also be knowledgable and comfortable in using maps or GPS to navigate the safest and most efficient routes.