Perform a wide variety of tasks as assigned, including preparing or building vehicle parts, sub-systems, and components. May work in a department to build subsystems, parts, and components, or on a moving assembly line to install subsystems, parts, and components into a vehicle and perform inspections to ensure good quality. The first section below outlines the essential functions of the operator job. Operators must be able to perform these functions, with or without a reasonable accommodation.
Essential Job Functions
Duties and Responsibilities:
Safely use and operate various tools including power tools, hoists, and production equipment.
Maintain a consistent pace throughout the shift with focus on quality (i.e., within applicable quality standards).
Maintain regular, reliable attendance.
Accurately complete paperwork required for production records.
Ability to read, understand, and follow established processes and instructions.
Follow all safety rules and regulations strictly and maintain a clean and orderly work area.
Participate in continuous improvement process.
Perform duties assigned by Supervisor and/or Group Leader.
Work overtime as required and mandated by production schedules.
Ability to lift up to 40 lbs and push/pull up to 100 lbs.
Ability to bend, twist, turn, kneel, and squat.
Stand and walk up to eight hours per day and reach overhead continuously.
Use air/power/vibrating tools and do strong, pincher gripping.
Work safely around moving equipment, power tools, and industrial vehicles.
Repetitive use of upper extremities.
It may be necessary to perform any of these functions up to twelve hours a day.
Skills & Knowledge
Have a basic knowledge of computers.
High School Diploma, GED or equivalent.
18 years of age or older.
Legal authorization to work in the United States.
Successful completion of pre-employment background checks and drug screens.