PDS Tech is seeking candidates for an Assembler
How will you make an impact?
You will perform a wide variety of product assembly operations on product components, assemblies or sub-assemblies to make essential laboratory equipment and medical devices. You will work safely and ensure best quality products within specified takt times. You will engage with your colleagues to troubleshoot problems and drive continuous improvement in the factory.
What will you do?
Select appropriate components to align and assemble them in proper sequence by drilling holes, adding rivets, screws, bolts, braces, tape, cement or solder to meet specifications.
Apply wiring harnesses, sensors, and other electrical components recognizing color codes to ensure that wiring and other color-coded procedures meet guidelines. Read electrical wiring diagrams to accomplish accurate assembly. Inspect parts during sub-assembly and at key points to ensure the unit meets specified quality standards prior to moving unit to the next workstation.
Use a wide range of hand tools, including, but not limited to drill, rivet gun, drill press.
Utilize SAP system shared plant-wide to enters product related data into computer system to track component serial numbers, scan bar codes, production rates, track physical location, etc.
Order and retrieve supplies/materials such as cardboard, bags, warehouse items, etc., using paper and SAP documents.
Troubleshoots work-related problems by applying knowledge and experience toward resolution and taking appropriate steps for assistance.
Test assembled units; clean and pack final product.
How will you get here?
High school diploma or equivalent required.
Experience Requirements: One to three years’ experience in manufacturing, construction maintenance or industrial setting.
Previous experience with multiple component manufacturing production assembly.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
Ability to read and differentiate part numbers, labels, and work instructions.
Standing, bending, reaching and handling bulky parts is common to the job. Frequently lifts up to 35 pounds.
Computer and keyboarding.