Day Shift Assembly
Posted on: February 23, 2021
Basic Info:-Light Assembly -Immediate Hire-Entry Level
withgrowthopportunity-Clean, Air-Conditioned Facility-Weekly Pay
and Benefits -1st shift is roughly 6am-4:30pm, Mon-Fri, 50 hours a
week-$14 hrNext Steps:If interested, please call or text Jessica
Broyles at 812-531-3260. Detailed Job Description:Boston Scientific
is a massive medical device company, and their location in
Spencermanufactures medical devices. The company prides itself on
the work it does,and the innovation of its products. In the end...
they are saving lives. At theend of production lines it says "Lives
Saved" to keep track of thenumber of devices built on that line
during the current shift.Product Builders are tasked each day with
assembling small medical devices by hand.Each product has anywhere
from 1-15 steps, and takes anywhere from 17 secondsto 5 minutes per
device. PBsare trained to start on one simplesub-assembly on the
line. As the device comes down the line the PB willcomplete their
small task, and pass the part down the line by hand to the nextPB.
This is an assembly line environment, but it is all table/station
based inthat there is no conveyor belt or machinery moving product
down the line... itis all by hand. Once a PB masters the simple
task they are assigned... they canbe trained on a more complex
task, and an even more complex one after that. Allof the tasks are
outlined in the MES (Manufacturing Execution System) which isat
thePBsstationsto walk them through each exact task neededduring the
assembly process. The sub-assemblies (individual assembly
tasks)that thePBsperform are EXTREMELY REPETITIVE and EXTREMELY
TEDIOUS.Some of the tasks require feeding a wire as thin as a piece
of hair through asmall opening in the device, and attaching a
basket the size of a fingernail tothe wire using tweezers. To
complete these tasks some areas on the line use acamera system to
zoom in on the product... allowing the candidate to lookstraight
ahead at a monitor to see the precise place where the
attachmenthappens. Nearly all areas require candidates to be on
their feet all day, but afew do have positions that can sit on a
raised chair while assembling.Candidates should expect to stand all
day when placed.Allcandidateswill wear jeans, a t-shirt, closed
toed shoes and willthen put on a mask, hair net (andbeardnet if
applicable), gown overyour clothes, and booties of your shoes.
Candidatescannotwearmakeup, fake nail or nail polish.This
environment is very team oriented. Candidates work in close
proximity, and relyon each other throughout the day. If the PB next
to me cannot complete theirtask on time/correctly... Iwill haveto
wait for them to get thedevice to me so I can do my part. Overall,
it is very laid back.. people areworking hard, but in some places
there are radios playing, and it is a familyfeel of an environment.
They also have a large cafeteria... that has hot food,so candidates
can purchase lunch there (it is reallyaffordablefor good stuff!).
Boston has its own ATM and credit union on site too. About
Aerotek:We know that a company's success starts with its employees.
We also know that an individual's success starts with the right
career opportunity. As a Best of Staffing Client and Talent leader,
Aerotek's people-focused approach yields competitive advantage for
our clients and rewarding careers for our contract employees. Since
1983, Aerotek has grown to become a leader in recruiting and
staffing services. With more than 250 non-franchised offices,
Aerotek's 8,000 internal employees serve more than 300,000 contract
employees and 18,000 clients every year. Aerotek is an Allegis
Group company, the global leader in talent solutions. Learn more at
Aerotek.com.The company is an equal opportunity employer and will
consider all applications without regards to race, sex, age, color,
religion, national origin, veteran status, disability, sexual
orientation, gender identity, genetic information or any
characteristic protected by law.
Keywords: Aerotek, Bloomington , Day Shift Assembly, Other , Spencer, Indiana
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