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GEOG - Manufacturing Technician III
Ref No.: 18-06208
Location: Skaneateles, New York
Start Date / End Date: 09/10/2018 to 09/09/2019


**Please make sure to include the applicant's answers to the pre screen questions as an attachment to the submittal, or in the comments section.

Pre Screen Questions:
• Have they ever done small parts assembly in Manufacturing Environment? Give examples, size of smallest part worked.
• Do they have soldering Skills? If yes, what level, beginner or expert?
• Have they used a microscope to inspect or put parts together?
• Have they used tweezers to work with parts?
• Do they have SAP experience?
• Do they have reliable transportation?

Description of duties:
• Assemble small component parts or sub-assemblies using basic tools such as screwdrivers, clamps, exacto-knives, allen wrenches, tweezers, wire cutters or cotton swabs.
• You may be expected to work using a microscope or magnifying equipment to perform intricate sub-assemblies.
• Must have good manual dexterity and eyesight. Must be able to read, write and use basic math; maintain a high degree of accuracy in performing repetitive tasks; work with basic chemicals.
• Work well in a fast paced team environment.

The production associate II may have responsibilities including manufacturing, assembly, basic testing, packaging and shipping of products. Key responsibilities/essential functions include: Follows work procedures and schematics including complex instructions regarding duties to be performed Performs manufacturing/assembly operations and various tasks following procedures, bills of materials, work instructions, and process aid sheets Assists in the writing and/or developing of work procedures Works independently and completes basic troubleshooting Maintains daily production output Follows all EHS and Quality policies and procedures Participates in quality control inspections when required Works with team leaders, engineers, supervisors, and managers to improve quality and process efficiency Other duties as assigned, and may be asked to be included in quality activities, training sessions, and employee activity teams Performing more advanced and complex assembly and testing when required Trains other team members when required Comply with EHS regulations and policies Required Qualifications: High School Diploma/GED or local equivalent 3 or more years of related manufacturing experience Ability to communicate, receive and understand instructions regarding duties to be performed Demonstrated ability to detail and quality-minded work habits Demonstrated ability to communicate with co-workers and leadership
Does the position allow for the worker to be virtual/remote?
Shore Options Available for this Position
Onshore Only
Hours per Day 8
Hours per Week 40
Total Hours 10,440.00