• Production Worker

    Job Location(s) US-OR-Newberg
    Posted Date 3 days ago(7/13/2018 8:42 AM)
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  • Overview

    This position performs simple fabrication tasks within assigned area. Incumbent works with clearly defined, established instructions, including parts finishing work, hand deburr, parts cleaning, parts routing, basic drill and tap work, masking and/or racking parts to be painted, and operating various machines/equipment in the assigned area.


    There are multiple openings for Day, Swing, and Weekend shift. Please answer the supplement questions with your preferred shift(s) at the end of the application. Please note there is no right or wrong response. Your candid answer will help us match you to the best opportunity for you and your schedule. 


    • Operates machines/equipment ian area as assigned. 
    • Sets up machines/equipment in area as assigned. 
    • Follows instructions. 
    • Inspects assigned work. 
    • Maintains a neat and organized work station. 
    • Completes paperwork such as timecards, production order checklists, receipt notes, routing sheets, etc. 
    • Acquires essential tools within specified time period. (Lists provided by area Supervisor.) 
    • Routes parts using material handling equipment. 
    • Achieves and maintains quality and productivity standards. 
    • Follows safety guidelines and must not pose a risk to self or others. Is expected to identify potential hazards and notify Unit Specialist or Supervisor. 
    • Makes recommendations for improvement. 
    • Actively participates in A-dec Business Unit meetings. 
    • Maintains acceptable dependability level.


    • Demonstrated manual dexterity required. 
    • Demonstrates basic knowledge of ISO procedures. 
    • Must acquire skill in use of measuring tools to inspect most assigned work within 30 days. (Measuring tools may include micrometers, gauges or special equipment as required.) 
    • Demonstrated ability to communicate work information effectively. 
    • Must acquire skill to interpret job-related blueprints and production order checklists to standards within 60 days. 
    • Must acquire skill to effectively use parts handling equipment within 90 days. 
    • Must acquire skill to identify most common tooling types within 30 days. 
    • Must acquire skill to identify most common material types within 30 days. 
    • Demonstrated ability to perform basic shop math calculations.

    Drug Screen and Background Check required

    A-dec is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. In addition, A-dec will not discriminate against applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another. *VEVRAA Federal Contractor”  


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