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Seakeeper, Inc. Assembler - 1st or 4th Shift in Mohnton, Pennsylvania

Seakeeper, the global leader in marine stabilization, is committed to revolutionizing the boating world. Our patented technology completely eliminates boat roll, improving the experience of everyone on board—from the seasoned captain to their grandchildren, the toughest sport fishermen to the first-timer. If you thrive on the challenge of pushing yourself to do and be better every day, you’ll fit right in with our growing team.

Our factory is located in the rolling hills of Pennsylvania, with many employees residing in and enjoying nearby Philadelphia, Lancaster City, Reading and York. The area, located in Pennsylvania’s Americana Region, is known historically for its industry and manufacturing and boasts a low cost of living and top-notch educational institutions, among other area opportunities.

Role and Responsibilities

Reporting to the Assembly Manager, the Assembler performs manual labor along a production assembly line and is responsible for the following:

  • Operates with standard operating procedures and job safety analysis

  • Prepares and assembles Seakeeper sphere sub-assemblies utilizing build stands, overhead hoists, and various hand and power tools

  • Assembles and/or tests parts and/or components efficiently within allowed time standard

  • Responsible for quality control by making adjustments when necessary to produce product within specifications and rejecting and immediately reporting product outside test specifications

  • Assembles components by examining connections for correct fit; fastening parts and subassemblies

  • Verifies component(s) by measuring and/or visually inspecting completed component(s)

  • Tracks daily production and job time keeping with electronic scanners where applicable

  • Communicates clearly with shift supervisors as well as assemblers on other shifts

  • Maintains a clean and safe working environment at all times by complying with procedures and policies

  • Maintains supply and tool inventory by checking stock to determine inventory level; anticipating needed supplies; notifying supervisor for placing and expediting orders for supplies

  • Documents actions by completing standard production and quality forms

  • Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed

Required Skills

  • Must have a high school diploma or equivalent

  • Possess quality focus, sound judgement and decision making

  • Ability to lift up to 30 pounds frequently

Required Experience

  • One year or more of experience in manufacturing assembly with a strong mechanical and/or electrical background
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