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Assembly Worker

Luxfer Magtech is part of the global parent company Luxfer Holdings (www.Luxfer.com) and offers the following five key product lines for a wide range of markets and applications: Magnesium Products, Food & Beverage, Flameless Heating, Chemical Kits, Specialty Products. We deliver quality, reliability and performance that have been trademarks throughout our long and proud history to our values customers all over the world. And, as we venture into the future, we will continue to develop innovative and pioneering solutions that meet our customers’ and markets’ needs.

Luxfer's Chemical Detection Kit Department is seeking Assembly/Production Workers. This role is 1st shift - Monday thru Friday, 7:00 - 3:00 pm. Competitive benefit plans and growth opportunities! 


PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Monitor machine process removing defective parts and communicate quality issues
  • Must be able to learn multiple job functions in different work areas and move to designated areas as needed.
  • Responsible for completing production reports or documents required by the supervisor legibly and timely
  • Imperative that the production worker advises the supervisor of any issues that they are unsure of for guidance including any unusual observances with machines or product produced and communicate any issues.
  • Adhere to safety requirements of the plant and advise of any safety concerns
  • Attention to detail as it pertains to quality and production
  • Keep work area clean and organized
  • Hand-eye coordination sufficient to perform all required position functions
  • Work well in both team environment and off line independently (self motivated)
  • Alerts lead and supervisor as to supply issues to prevent line shut down before running out of materials
  • Ability to follow instructions and performs tasks as required while maintaining production and quality standards
  • Complete in-process inspections and communicate any violations
  • Assemble parts in established sequence through established procedures
  • Use appropriate professional communication

QUALIFICATIONS 

  • High School Diploma or equivalent required 
  • Previous manufacturing experience preferred 
  • Ability to produce precision work
  • Visual acuity (corrected) to read directions and prints and to inspect machined parts closely to ensure that they meet specifications
  • Manual dexterity sufficient to handle small and large parts
  • Physical ability to do work requiring frequent stooping and bending
  • Physical strength to lift and carry 25 pounds frequently


Luxfer Magtech offers competitive benefits including: 

  • Benefits eligible first full month from hire date
  • 401k match, up to 6% 
  • Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurances
  • Tuition Reimbursement 
  • Career advancement opportunities 

Luxfer Magtech is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, veteran status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status or disability (in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act) with respect to employment opportunities.

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