What Does An Assembler in St Ives Do?

Here at Point Recruitment we have built up strong relationships with local manufacturing companies over our 30 years as a reputable and trusted recruitment agency. This means we very often have manufacturing industry vacancies to fill. One of the most popular vacancies is an assembles.

In this blog post we look at what an assembler in St Ives actually is, and what they do.

The main job responsibilities of an assembler in St Ives is to product components by assembling parts and subassemblies.

The job duties of an assembler in St Ives will include working to blueprint specifications and parts lists to assemble products. An assembler may need to collect the parts they need from different parts of the factory.  They will then need to follow templates and read measurements clearly.

As an assembler, you may also need to examine connections to ensure they fit correctly. You may also have to keep a supplies inventory. This will include checking stock to see how much you have, as well as anticipating how much may be needed.

You will need to be a good team player to be an assembler as you will work together with your colleagues to complete products to their desires finish.

Here at Point Recruitment, our assemblers in St Ives will often have their own workstation. As an assembler working for our client, traditionally, you will work with handheld tools, nuts and bolts. You will usually be given a basic diagram to work from. This role will require high attention to detail. We will require you to take a dexterity test to assess your skills for the role of an assembler in St Ives.

If you are looking for a job as an assembler in Huntingdon or surrounding areas, call our team now or check out our latest jobs.

Are you an employer looking to hire assemblers in Cambridgeshire on a temporary or permanent basis? We can help. Finding an experienced assembler with an exacting eye, steady hand and quick mind can be a tall order. However, we have the assemblers in Cambridgeshire that you need.