What are you going to do?
An assembly worker (also called an assembler) is someone who assembles products, often on a conveyor belt. 'Assembling' means that different parts of a product are brought together. This process is also called the final assembly.
As an assembly employee you put together the end product (or semi-finished product) from the various product components. The precise activities can vary considerably depending on the type of product to be assembled or the project in which the assembler is involved. Not only does the assembly employee manufacture the end product or the semi-finished product, he also checks its quality.
The main tasks that practically every assembly worker performs are the following:
- Studying the work instructions
- Checking the supplied product components
- Composing semi-finished and / or end products
- Inspection and testing of semi-finished and / or end products
- Correct any deviations
- Assess and report product quality
- Preparing end products for shipment
- Possibly welding and soldering parts
- Cleaning and keeping the work environment and production means tidy
Your working days and hours are one week from Monday to Friday 6:00 am - 2:30 pm and the other week from 3:00 pm - 11:30 pm. The weekends are therefore free!