Entry Level

Assemblers independently construct, assemble, or rebuild an entire product or components to be used to finish a product. They identify and take action to resolve machine or equipment down times and other causes for production delays. They also inspect, operate, and test completed products to verify functioning, machine capabilities, or conformance to customer specifications.

This career is ideal for individuals who are mechanically minded, creative, and want to be a part of something bigger. 

Typical Education/Training: High School Diploma/HSED

Work Experience: 0-3 years 

Wage Range: $13 - $23/hour

Knowledge & Skills: 

  1. Critical Thinking and Decision Making
  2. Mechanical Tools and Equipment
  3. Design and Manufacturing Processes
  4. Production and Processing
  5. Safety and Quality Control
  6. Attention to Detail

Similar Roles/Titles: Fabrication and Assembly Technician, Mechanical Assembler, Product Assembler, Independent Assembler, Production Worker, Assembly, Production Tech, Assembler/Tester, Secondary Operations

Career Interest Types: RCI - Realistic, Conventional, Investigative


This occupation can be found at: 

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Siouxland FabricatingSiouxland MachineLVO MfgMill Creek MachiningDen HartogCoilcraft