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Welcome to SVA’s jobs portal, your one-stop shop for finding the most up to date source of employment opportunities. We have partnered with the National Labor Exchange to provide you this information. You may be looking for part-time employment to supplement your income while you are in school. You might be looking for an internship to add experience to your resume. And you may be completing your training ready to start a new career. This site has all of those types of jobs.

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Universal Forest Products, Inc. Assembly Lead in Dayton, Ohio

CompanyidX DaytonJob TitleAssembly LeadLocation2875 Needmore Road, Dayton, Ohio 45414Open DateJul 17, 2020Area of InterestManufacturingGeneral SummaryThis Position requires skill in Manufacturing at all lower levels as well as personality skills. Able to conduct themselves verbally and emotionally in a respectful professional manner. Strong Communication and listening skills. Understands responsibility of leadership and is willing to go above and beyond to meet customer requirements. Leads by examplePrincipal Duties / ResponsibilitiesConducts themselves as a role model puts customers' needs in the forefront.Performs all assembly functions, to deliver quality finished productsSense of urgency toward completing assigned tasks.Works cooperatively with other crew members and assists in training team members to meet established standards.Can cut and build from sketch to customer standard. This is craftsman level work.Competently operates and trains crew members on the operation of assembly equipmentMonitors estimate to actual labor usage.Ability to skillfully use all hand tools for assembly of work.Inlaying-specifically for metal fit, showcase/display work which is integrated with glass, fabric wrapping, electrical (LED) etc.Trim the component pieces if necessary, create jigs and templates as required for production.Blue print reading-ensure accuracy against all blueprints and drawings.Laminating and veneer skills- spraying of adhesives, applying of laminates or veneers, seaming and edge treatments which can include routing and filing.Able to spot and correct discrepancies or inaccuracies in specifications that do not adhere to accepted practice or quality standards.Ensures all component parts are available and organized for the project and assemblers and other team members.Work on complex tasks in a given time period, adjusting for changing priorities.Responsible for assembling fabricated cabinets from pre-cut and kitted wood stock.Specific duties include obtaining pre-kitted stock, and to pre-measure components to ensure part cut accuracy.Use woodworking machines to create finished edges, boring or routing holes for the insertion of screws and other fasteners during assembly.Other tasks include performing finish sanding, installing drawers, hardware, (hinges, pulls, glass, locks, catches, etc.) and moving finish cabinet parts on a cart.Account for time and material using the company's computer system.Keep work area and aisles around you are kept clean and free from debris.Effectively communicate to internal customers.Assures the quality of product is acceptable.Scan materials when necessaryGlues, fits, screws (and infrequently nails), and clamps components during the assembly processProvides quality checks of personal assembly tasks as well as quality checks of all component parts.With little or no guidance staying on budget for labor hours assigned to work orders and ability to help guide new hires to this practiceAssures that parts of subassemblies and finished product are labeled correctly.Returns all items and tools to their proper place.Packages finished product in accordance to specifications or accepted practice.Willingness to be cross-trained and adapt to varying assembly roles.Able to log time and attendance on production computer.Must arrive and depart from work as per specified schedule. May be asked to work extended hours.Maintains professional attitude when approaching work assignments.Follows procedures in company handbook.Required to provide tools as required, per list provided, within the first 90 days of employment.Other duties which may be assigned on an as-required basis includin

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