Heavy Assembler jobs in Missouri

Heavy Assembler assembles fabricated parts to relatively large or heavy subassemblies and complete units. Fits, tests, and calibrates parts and mechanisms to meet tolerances and product specifications. Being a Heavy Assembler uses hand tools, jigs, fixtures, and miscellaneous power tools and equipment. May be required to complete an apprenticeship and/or formal training in area of specialty. Additionally, Heavy Assembler requires a high school diploma or its equivalent. Typically reports to supervisor or manager. The Heavy Assembler possesses a moderate understanding of general aspects of the job. Works under the close direction of senior personnel in the functional area. May require 0-1 year of general work experience. (Copyright 2020 Salary.com)

Production Assembler
  • Labor Solutions, LLC
  • Saint Louis, MO
  • Working hours will be spent in a factory or warehouse, moderate to heavy physical activity - such as walking and lifting - required on a daily basis. PPE required. ยท Shipping - assembling built ...
  • 5 days ago

Missouri is landlocked and borders eight different states as does its neighbor, Tennessee. No state in the U.S. touches more than eight. Missouri is bounded by Iowa on the north; by Illinois, Kentucky, and Tennessee across the Mississippi River on the east; on the south by Arkansas; and by Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska (the last across the Missouri River) on the west. Whereas the northern and southern boundaries are straight lines, the Missouri Bootheel protrudes southerly into Arkansas. The two largest rivers are the Mississippi (which defines the eastern boundary of the state) and the Misso...
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Income Estimation for Heavy Assembler jobs
$30,936 to $39,875

Heavy Assembler in Downers Grove, IL
Requires a high school education or its equivalent.
February 22, 2020
Set up and verify gauges for proper calibration as required.
January 25, 2020
Heavy Assembler in Clinton, IL
Follow all safety rules and practices.
January 15, 2020