Job Details

  • Title: Assembler
  • Code: RCI-5849
  • Location: Marinette Wisconsin (WI) 54143
  • Posted Date: 09/16/2020
  • Duration:
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  Job Description

Pay and Bill rates For JCI Marinette Campus 1st shift Pay $12.59/hr Bill $17.75/hr JCI requires a pre-employment HireRight Background. JCI requires a baseline hearing test as well, this can be scheduled thru HireRight or you may call Amy in JCI?s HR at 715.735.7411x84390 and she can take care of this, she will need the new hires birthdate and phone number. JCI requires that all notifications of new starts arrivals be received no later than noon Friday, the week prior to the new hires start For JCI Marinette: Dress & PPE: Jeans (no yoga pants/sweat pants), T-Shirt without offensive graphics, NO JEWELRY, rings (including wedding rings), watches, bracelets, necklaces, dangle earrings (facial jewelry and stud earrings are acceptable), chin length or longer hair must be secured back tight to the head and if long enough, secured into a bun, hats, hairnets and bandanas may be worn as well. Steel toe boot or shoe (provided by the employee/NO JCI reimbursement), NO CONTACT LENSES WILL BE ALLOWED ON PRODUCTION FLOOR, all employees need to wear eye glasses if necessary. Nonprescription safety glasses are provided by JCI, large nonprescription safety glasses that will fit over someone?s prescription glasses are provided by JCI. Some ability to read and interpret work orders, blueprints, and/or assimilate verbal work instructions after training. Ability to recognize, set up and effectively use pressure gauges and other general measuring instruments. Flexibility with regard to job assignments. Ability to comprehend and utilize ISO manufacturing procedures. Ability to perform basic computer operation and mathematical computation. Applies and develops basic skills in procedures, techniques, tools, materials and/or equipment in appropriate area of specialization.Under general supervision, will perform simple routine and repetitive tasks to fit parts together to form complete valve units or subassemblies either at a bench or on the floor. Inspects parts to assure they are clean and free of contaminants. Reviews and verifies work/sales order to customer requirements. Assembles components to applicable procedures using lubricants, power tools, torques wrenches, specialty tools, etc. Seals and wires valves. Creates and attaches nameplates. Complies with all safety and quality policies, specifications, regulations and instructions. Protects all required surfaces before sending valves to final inspection. Utilizes and abides by ISO and Safety Procedures.