Profession automated assembly line operator

Automated assembly line operators operate, maintain and clean production machines. They are responsible for the assembly of a whole product or a part of a product. Automated assembly line operators perform all tasks in a production process via a rotation system.

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Personality Type

  • Investigative / Conventional

Skills

  • Adjust manufacturing equipment

    Regulate and monitor the manufacturing equipment settings and process parameters, such as its temperature and power level. Review the manufacturing process and equipment and suggest improvements.

  • Set up machine controls

    Set up or adjust machine controls to regulate conditions such as material flow, temperature, or pressure.

  • Maintain equipment

    Regularly inspect and perform all required activities to maintain the equipment in functional order prior or after its use.

  • Apply assembly techniques

    Apply correct and up-to-date assembly methods in the production development process.

  • Work in assembly line teams

    Manufacture products on a moving assembly line. Work in a team where everyone has an assigned task.

Optional knowledge and skills

verify product specifications quality and cycle time optimisation perform test run mechanics work ergonomically use personal protection equipment supply machine develop assembly instructions perform loading and unloading operations record production data for quality control send faulty equipment back to assembly line keep records of work progress inspect quality of products report defective manufacturing materials consult technical resources