• Assembler, (2nd shift)

    Posting Date 3 months ago(4/26/2019 10:50 AM)
    Requisition ID
    Job Location(s)
    Spencer IN United States
    Shift Type
    Position Type
    Full Time
    Cook Spencer
  • Overview

    The Assembler at Cook Spencer assembles medical devices according to written specifications and manufacturing instructions.


    • Work with small, intricate parts, identifying components with catalog description
    • Build product by performing tasks such as cutting, flaring, tipping, sideporting, gluing and bonding
    • Set up and operate various production machines
    • Use measuring instruments such as calipers and/or micrometers
    • Commit to a minimum 40-hour work week with regular and punctual attendance
    • Read, comprehend and follow product specifications, manufacturing instructions and drawings
    • Count and make simple arithmetic additions and subtractions
    • Complete quality work at accepted departmental production rates
    • Constant visual inspection for obvious product non-conformances
    • Verify raw material
    • Occasional to constant use of magnifying device

    • Work with chemicals such as adhesives, acetone, talcum powder and isopropyl alcohol


    • High school diploma or GED
    • Minimum 18 years of age


    Physical Requirements:

    • Moderate exposure to noise level in the work environment that is moderate to occasionally loud
    • Able to lift up to 10 pounds
    • Frequent repetitive motion
    • Effective April 16, 2018, must meet the Visual Acuity Screening Requirements of 20/40 vision using both eyes with or without correction

    • Able to sit at work station for extended periods during the shift
    • Frequently required to stand, walk, use hands to grasp, carry, feel or touch; reach with hands and arms, stoop, kneel, crouch; communicate
    • Proper attire/clothing and Personal Protective Equipment /clothing, as required, within Controlled Production Areas


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