The Assembly Inspector Operator is responsible for the assembling, inspecting and packing of parts that meet all stated quality requirements, with timely recording of data in a neat and safe manner.
ADAC Automotive is responsible for and committed to reducing adverse environmental impacts from its manufacturing activities, products, and services. Senior management at ADAC Automotive demonstrates this commitment through establishing, implementing, and maintaining and environmental management system (EMS) in conformance to the ISO14001: 2004 EMS Standard.
- Record start and stop of jobs in Ulti Pro.
- Stretch per guidelines prior to start up.
- Rotate within cell as directed by Cell Leader.
- Visually inspect parts and purchased components for defects. * Use OITM and boundary samples to determine if any defects are present.
- Notify Cell Leader, Process Engineer, or Supervisor if excessive defects or unusual defects are found.
- Place any scrap parts in scrap container
- Document the scrap on a tally sheet or touch screen. Turn tally sheet(s) into Cell Leader at the end of the shift.
- Assemble and package parts according to process standards in OITM. * Apply correct Julian date to parts as required.
- Use correct packaging as note in OITM
- Place boxes correctly on skid.
- Document Lot Tracking where required.
- Fill out labels and apply to carton according to OITM. * Use touchscreen to generate label.
- Write in correct information on label (SIRN ID, DP#, etc.)
- Collect and record OEE.
- Notify Cell Leader or Technician of any problems with machinery or peripheral equipment.
- Perform work safely using all required safety equipment and perform all necessary clean up activities during and at the end of the shift. * Report any safety concerns to the Cell Leader.
- Maintain packaging in neat and orderly manner. Break down unused boxes and put in recycling container.
- Empty waste containers.
- Sweep the floor of the entire work area.
- Understanding & knowledge of “Gemba” practices & procedures.
- Basic Education, Skills or Experience:
- High School Diploma or G.E.D.
- Experience with automated assembly of products required.
- Completion of all other duties as assigned by the department manager.
- Compensation determined by skill set and years of experience.
- Personal Protection Equipment:
- Cotton/Fabric gloves required when handling Class A parts.
- Safety goggles with side shields.
- Covered shoes.
- Minimum Physical Requirements:
- Lifting boxes up to 50 lbs.
- Frequent bending or twisting.
- Standing or sitting for 8 hours, possibly 12.
- Good manual dexterity.
To keep ADAC Associates safe, we have established safe entry procedures, ppe requirements, illness response protocols and ongoing safety review of the environment and our workforce.