Job Seeker Series: Assembly Jobs
Welcome to our Job Seeker Series! This series is intended to help guide you to optimize your resume for search engines and connect you with the right type of work that interests you. Using these common job titles on your professional resume will greatly improve your ability to be found by recruiters and search engines. We want you to succeed in finding the right fit for your skills. In this series, we will be exploring manufacturing jobs or warehouse jobs – so use this guide to help you determine what common job titles best match your past experiences.
Assembly Job Description
Assembly workers, also known as Assemblers and Assembly Line workers, are responsible for following schematics and putting together the parts of a product. Detailed assembly work may also be called sub-assembly. In general the duties may include:
- Preparing work area
- Checking blueprints, schematics, or templates
- Using hands or specialized tools to assemble components
- Checking parts for any defects or non-conformities
Equally important is keeping areas clean of debris to maintain a safe work environment. Additionally, assemblers may help keep manufacturing lines moving smoothly by sending finished components to the next department for packaging and shipping.
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Our staff has extensive knowledge of the Metro Atlanta & North Georgia markets with a specialty of matching employees to manufacturing, warehousing and distribution facilities. We focus on Marietta, Kennesaw, Woodstock, Cartersville, Acworth, Canton, Ball Ground, Jasper and surrounding areas.