Line worker Job Description

March 13, 2010 | By More

Line worker Job Profile and  Description

Line worker is responsible for few repetitive activities like affixing or attaching pre-manufactured parts and components taken from stock, operating a welding machine and so on. Assembly line workers, other name for line workers, assemble small components to form assemble part. They assemble these subassemblies to build an entire unit like vehicle. They commonly use tools like screwdrivers, soldering irons, pliers, and other tools to hold and position the parts during assembly.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Drilling holes for the insertion of screw and screwing screws inside the drilled holes.
  • Using tools like screwdrivers, pliers, soldering ions and so on to operate in assembly line.
  • Planning and organizing the assembly line process carefully to ensure proper assembly of products and to save time.
  • Performing repetitive tasks like assembling parts together and connecting sub-assemblies to massive product.
  • Determining conditions hindering course of work on assembly line.
  • Notifying correct action needed to the responsible personnel and informing workers of instructions of supervisor.
  • Notifying supervisor of defective parts, equipment, tools, materials, nonstandard assembly work or other conditions, which hinder assembly process.
  • Notifying supervisor regarding excessive number of defective or damaged parts, and requesting replacement deliver of standard parts.
  • Participating in group meetings in order to exchange any job related information.

Skills and Specifications

  • Physical ability to stand for long time.
  • Should have strong hand-eye coordination.
  • Ability to operate various assembly tools.
  • Sufficient physical reflexes and personal mobility.
  • Good clarity of hearing and speech.

Education and Qualifications

  • High school diploma from an accredited institution.
  • Degree in any related field.

Category: Manufacturing Job Descriptions

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