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3rd Shift Assembler

Company: Aerotek
Location: Swansea
Posted on: January 15, 2022

Job Description:

Description:Assembling different furniture sets using hand and power toolsWorking at a fast pace to keep up with productionContinuously stands, walks, bends, stoops, kneels, crouches, crawls, bends, climbs, grips, lifts, pulls, pushes and reaches above shoulder level throughout work shift,Uses regularly hands to finger, handle or feel or use power tools; reach with hands and arms; and talk and hearLifts/moves objects up to 110 pounds, unassisted, and lifts/moves objects up to 150 pounds, assisted.Withstands temperatures in a typical warehouse environment,Skills:assembler, WarehouseExperience Level:Entry Level About Aerotek:We know that a company's success starts with its employees. We also know that an individual's success starts with the right career opportunity. As a Best of Staffing Client and Talent leader, Aerotek's people-focused approach yields competitive advantage for our clients and rewarding careers for our contract employees. Since 1983, Aerotek has grown to become a leader in recruiting and staffing services. With more than 250 non-franchised offices, Aerotek's 8,000 internal employees serve more than 300,000 contract employees and 18,000 clients every year. Aerotek is an Allegis Group company, the global leader in talent solutions. Learn more at Aerotek.com.The company is an equal opportunity employer and will consider all applications without regards to race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or any characteristic protected by law.

Keywords: Aerotek, Fall River , 3rd Shift Assembler, Other , Swansea, Massachusetts

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