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An assembler is generally known as the person behind the production line in a manufacturing company. The main requirement for the job is technical skills. As part of the production process, applicants are required to put together parts of the products so a good eyesight is important. Typically, employers would require that candidates are ready in dexterity and at the same time physically fit. An assembler's responsibilities involve lifting objects. At the same time he or she must be detailed oriented.

There is no required degree in order to qualify for the position, but it is highly technical. A quota is how performance is measured in your day at the office and sometimes, it will become a routine kind of work. Thus, patience and diligence is required. Likewise, accuracy and efficiency is needed for the quality of the product.

However, the standard for what skills the manufacturing companies are looking for have been raised through the use of computers, robotics and efficient processes. Consequently, people who are equipped with the right skills are hard to find. Knowledge and training are the two things employers can invest on for the positions they are trying to fill. Of course, this sounds too ideal. But it is is important to note that the manufacturing jobs cover over twelve million Americans and produce almost two trillion of the nation's economic output. The decline in the industry is not warranted but the number of employers needing manpower is predicted to become more and more limited.
 

Hot Production Line Maintenance Mechanic Manufacturing Jobs in NJ

Night Shift Production Supervisor
Pepsi Cola & National Brand Beverages, Inc. - Pennsauken, NJ
Monitor shift mechanics' performance, ensuring prompt response to line issues and providing guidance related to production line priorities....
Posted 7 days ago (2014-10-13)