Assembler III SAM in Roselle, IL at Signode

Date Posted: 5/6/2022

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Assembler III SAM

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Description/Job Summary

This positions is responsible for assembling a variety of subassemblies and/or finished products for the Tool, Head and General Purpose Machine departments. Additional responsibilities include, functional tests to meet specifications, quality checks, and on time deliveries. They report directly to the Production Manager.


  • Able to work from verbal instructions, work instructions when available and production boards.
  • Assemble a variety of subassemblies and finished products.
  • Lubricate align and adjust assemblies for proper operation.
  • Perform operating tests per product checklists.
  • Use feeler gauges, common hand tools (manual, air driven & battery), arbor presses and hand trucks.
  • Prevent scrap and rework.
  • Build products to the established standard.
  • Proactive in identifying and communicating simplification methods and potential cost reductions.
  • Seeks out new challenges.
  • Immediately report any tools or machinery which is not operation properly to Team Lead or Manager.
  • Communicates effectively.
  • Demonstrates cooperation and collaboration while working toward team success.
  • Has the ability to work both independently and with others.
  • Diversified work requires considerable judgement, initiative and effective decision making in the midst of change.
  • Participate in group, department and safety meetings.
  • Customer orientated and works to exceed customer expectations.
  • Maintains a safe, clean and organized work environment, including the use and implementation of 5S.
  • Reports to work regularly and on time.
  • Package, add auxiliary components and documents in carton.
  • Record production data daily.
  • Assist in the training of less qualified employees.
  • Must follow SIG’s Cardinal Rules.

Level II

  • All of the above for Level I
  • Able to read blueprints and shop drawings.
  • Basic understanding part/product specifications and tolerances.
  • Cross train on multiple product offerings.
  • Volunteer in group, department and safety meetings.
  • Assist in training and mentoring less experienced employees.
  • Take a leadership role related to safety observations, JSA’s, work instructions and reporting.

Level III

  • All of the above for Levels I and II
  • Diagnose and troubleshoot issues related to functionality and testing of products.
  • Electrical experience to include basic PLC knowledge and programming, HMI, wiring, safety (PPE, LOTO), troubleshooting.
  • Responsible for the part time direction of fellow employees in the absence of the Team Lead.
  • Volunteer as a member of the safety committee, 5S, continuous improvement, etc.

Required Experience

  • Level III – 2 to 3 years experience

Required Education

  • High School diploma (or GED) preferred.
  • Some technical experience required.

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