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Assembler

ASSEMBLER
JOB SUMMARY
Operates machine tools such as lathes, milling machines, secondary equipment and grinders, to machine metallic and nonmetallic work pieces by performing the following duties.
DUTIES
Operates production machinery to print specifications.
Visually and dimensionally inspects production parts for any defects and reports defects.
Verify conformance of work piece to specifications, using measuring instruments such as micrometers, calipers, and go-no-go gauges.
Required to use statistical process control techniques.
Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job.
Reads blueprints for such information as dimensions and tolerances.
Completes necessary job related paperwork to include tags, inspection documents, production log, etc... Proficient in the use of basic inspection equipment (including height gauge and optical comparators.
Able to begin simple machine set ups and/or machine adjustments as needed (ex: remove
and/or set tools or diamonds, reset jaws, collets, guides, etc.)
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE
High school diploma or GED equivalent
Previous experience, apprenticeship or formal training
1-3 years of related machining operation experience in the field or related field preferred.
QUALIFICATIONS
Ability to perform intermediate shop math skills and calculations: fraction conversions, divide, multiply,
percentages, etc.
Basic computer skills required in order to perform inquiry, data collection or input.
PHYSICAL JOB REQUIREMENTS
Regularly required to stand and reach the duration of shift, 8-10 hours.
Frequently required to talk or hear.
Occasionally required to walk, sit, stoop, kneel, crouch, or bend.
Frequently required to perform repetitive or short-cycles work.
Regularly lift, push or pull up to 10 pounds and occasionally up to 50 pounds.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision in which 20/20 vision or corrected vision to 20/20 vision is required.
Regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts
Occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles resulting from metalworking coolants and oils.
The noise level in the work environment is generally loud, in which hearing protection is required.
Pre-employment: Vision Test, background check, drug screen, ability to lift and carry 50 pounds required (mini physical)
Full-time benefits: Medical (BC/BS with HSA), dental, life insurance, AD & D, short-term disability, long-term disability, FSA, Tuition reimbursement, 401(k). We are a clean shop (heated and air conditioned, ISO Certified)
Please apply with your hours available to work and your salary requirements.
hr@princeind.com
Prince Industries
745 North Gary Avenue
Carol Stream, IL 60188
In 1959, Edward Miller recognized the need for a high quality, reliable manufacturing partner. He took a one-person operation and launched Prince Industries into a globally recognized premier designer, engineer, and manufacturer of precision machined and sheet metal fabricated components and hydraulics. At Prince Industries, we embrace the challenge of today's rapidly changing global manufacturing marketplace and are prepared to meet the most demanding applications from our customer, including small/mid-size runs, JIT components, and high volume production.

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