Operations | Sparks, NV | Part Time
Assemblers are responsible for the efficient inspection, packaging and labeling of our products. Assemblers are the primary quality control people, quickly inspecting parts for flaws and/or damage, and then packaging and/or assembling product according to training and specification.
Essential Job Functions
Based on training and review in the following areas, a successful Assembler will be able to handle the following:
- Quality Control – Our company’s primary goal is to produce quality products in an efficient and safe environment. Assemblers are the first line of quality control, assuring that all parts meet the quality standards set forth in training and according to specifications.
- Packaging and Labeling – Assemblers handle, assemble, and package small and large boxes into a variety of packaging materials, including fiberboard boxes, corrugated cartons, and shrink wrapping. All finished goods must be labeled accurately, and according to specifications.
- Communication – Assemblers must be able to speak English proficiently. Safety and efficiency are critical in the position, and professional communication among workers and supervisors is an important part of this position.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required
Experience with and understanding of quality inspection, packing, labelling and general safety procedures in a warehouse environment are preferred. In addition,
- Basic Language – Assemblers will have a working knowledge of English, both written and oral, and basic math skills. These skills are normally acquired through a high school diploma or equivalent.
- Physical Requirement – Assemblers are required to lift cartons and material of 35 pounds. In addition, he or she must be capable of climbing ladders, moving goods with the use of hand carts and pallet jacks, and have the manual dexterity for assembling parts.
This job requires work in a warehouse environment. As such, there may be seasonal fluctuations in temperature and humidity, safe exposure to fumes or smells, uneven or obstructed walking surfaces, and other environmental conditions consistent with a warehouse environment.
Keys to Success
The successful Assembler works well in a team environment, is capable of maintaining a clean, organized, and safe work area, and is able to handle a volume of goods at a consistent rate.
Key Success Factors
- Good oral communication skills.
- Arriving on time.
- Good interpersonal and conflict resolution skills.
- Accurate documentation and attention to quality.
For over sixty years, AMAC Plastic Products has been an industry leader in the design and manufacturing of packaging, storage and organization solutions. Our flagship product is the ubiquitous AMAC Box, used as packaging by retailers, manufacturers and wholesalers, and found as a storage and organization product for consumers around the world. From our manufacturing facility in Sonoma County, California, we produce and distribute AMAC boxes to retail and manufacturing outlets worldwide. Our key consumer products can be found at www.amac1960.com, and our wholesale packaging products can be found at www.amacpackaging.com.
Our mission is to bring to market beautifully designed and manufactured products that solve everyday packaging, storage and organization challenges. From our factory in Northern California and our partners overseas, we bring together the best designs and materials to create products our customers will cherish and use well into the future.