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Wilson Electronics Assembler 1 (Seasonal) in St. George, Utah

Assembler 1 (Seasonal)

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  • St. George, UT, USA

  • 11.00

  • Hourly

  • Full Time

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Wilson Electronics is continually leading the way for more people to stay connected anytime, anywhere. With our variety of product offerings and 20 years of experience in the cell phone booster arena, we can solve most connectivity problems.

Looking for a career with a path for advancement? We do not just develop great products; we develop great people! After being recognized numerous times as one of the best companies to work for in the state and receiving many awards for our products, there has not been a better time to join Wilson Electronics. We need more high performers to join our team to keep up with our growth.

We offer a highly competitive salary, one of the best benefits packages anywhere, and an amazing culture where our people love coming to work.

If you have a strong customer focus, a sense of ownership and are data driven; if you appreciate transparency but not bureaucracy and you're looking for growth and a fun place to work, then Wilson Electronics is the place for you!

Why apply?

  • Option for day shift (6 am to 4:30 pm) or night shift (4:45 pm to 3:15 am) Monday through Thursday

  • Shift is 4 days a week 10 hour shifts with Fridays and weekends off!

  • Paid Holidays

  • Opportunity to receive overtime

  • Work for a company that focuses on promoting within

  • Participate in company parties (When we can start doing those again)

Position overview:

The primary purpose of the production Assembler 1 will be to follow specified/established methods and procedures required to make designated assemblies involving the use of hand and power tools and test equipment. This position will also be responsible for the testing and packaging of completed product. This position is a temporary position that may last up to 6 months.

Must be willing to take a background check and drug screen.

A day on the job may include:

  • Plans assembly procedures, following specifications

  • Removes small quantities of metal to clean parts or to produce close fit between parts

  • Drills, taps, or reams holes

  • Aligns components then bolts, screws, or rivets them together

  • Tests or assists in testing operation of completed product

  • Set up, assemble, repair, test and package final and sub-assemblies

  • Maintain required work quality and output at all work stations and assembly lines

  • Perform work in accordance with established requirements

  • Operate test equipment to ensure product meets all required test specifications, document and report any

  • discrepancies

  • Monitor daily quality of assemblies and report all problems/discrepancies

  • May be required to train or direct work of co-workers

  • Maintain and report inventory accuracy

  • Maintain housekeeping and organization of the department and work area

  • May be required to sweep area, haul trash and perform minor maintenance of certain pieces of equipment

  • Additional duties may be assigned or duties may change at any time

This job may be for you if you can:

  • Sit for up to 8 hours a day

  • Walk distances

  • Frequent, repetitive elbow movements

  • Reach, grasp, grip and fine manipulation with hands is required

This job may be for you if you have:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent education

  • Strong computer skills including familiarity with Windows-based programs such as Microsoft productivity tools (e.g., Excel, Word, and Outlook)

  • Ability to work independently, manage multiple assignments, and meet tight deadlines

Extra Awesome:

  • 6+ months in a similar position

Please complete application if interested. Position will be posted until filled.

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