Kelly Services Assembly Worker in Oscoda, Michigan

Job Description

Assembly Worker

The assembly operator is responsible to insure proper building, testing, inspecting and labeling of various parts. Assemblers work on singly on a job or as part of a team.


  1. Reads procedure book and verifies appropriate work instruction(s).

  2. Completes a traceability form and inserts it in the procedure book. Updates the traceability form with every new box of parts that is opened.

  3. Removes the first piece verification sheet to complete with date, shift, clock number and initials. Documents that the applicable procedure book was read.

  4. Verifies the leak part on the testers.

  5. Completes the insertion machine safety test.

  6. Inspects machines for broken or missing guards. If found immediately notifies supervisor.

  7. Assembles a first piece in accordance to the procedure book.

  8. Checks the first piece on the check fixture, marks a green 1 on the piece, labels it with a first piece tag, and leaves it on the check fixture until the completion of the assembler's shift.

  9. Document time checked first piece.

  10. If partials exist take out the -last piece" and checks on check fixture.

  11. Assembles parts as indicated.

  12. Inspects parts, using the check gage to verify the parts are being built correctly

  13. If noted scrap goes over two percent, immediately notifies supervisor.

  14. Checks parts throughout shift, documents times and label with applicable tags. Complete all applicable documents with date, shift and clock number and number of parts.

  15. If rejects exist, tags with red reject stickers and places in appropriate reject container.

  16. The assembler is responsible to salvage any GOOD components off rejected material before the part reaches the scrap bin.

  17. Completes blue or yellow tag for partial box.

  18. Checks last piece on the check fixture, marks with number in green, tags with last piece tag, indicates and places part marked first piece in the last box, on top, for inspection check.

  19. Completes quality verification records.

  20. Cleans work area at end of shift

  21. Completes documentation of rejects on traceability forms and provides information to floor supervisor.

  22. Create an employee culture that is supportive of the establishment of a world class Health, Safety & Environmental Management System.


  1. High School Diploma and/or equivalent.

  2. Reading and writing a must.

  3. Visual ability to see, write and inspect parts

  4. Upper body dexterity (fingers, hands, arms and shoulders)

  5. Ability to lift-up to 30lbs

  6. Prolonged standing

  7. Ability to detect safety, operating and quality issues

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Individuals with Disabilities, Protected Veterans, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and is

committed to employing a diverse workforce. Equal Employment Opportunity

is The Law.