• 11-Oct-2017 to 15-Nov-2017 (CST)
  • Tiercon
  • Hamilton, ON, CAN
  • Hourly
  • Full Time

Tiercon is an automotive supplier committed to the manufacture of quality exterior, interior decorative trim and running board/step assists used as original equipment in the automotive markets.  Headquartered in Stoney Creek, the plants have moulding, painting and assembly capability, employing approximately 500 people throughout our facilities. There are two facilities in Stoney Creek, a facility in Oshawa, and a facility in Sterling Heights, Michigan.  Tiercon is seeking hard working individuals interested in the automotive industry as an Assembler at our 352 Arvin Ave Stoney Creek facility.

Reporting to the Production Supervisor, the Line Assembler is responsible for performing a variety of production tasks, including but not limited to: assembly, training, inspecting, problem solving, machine operator as well as communicating manpower and scheduling issues with supervision.  Employees will be responsible for adhering to the policies and procedures outlined in the TS16949 Quality System and practice continuous improvement wherever possible.

  • Learning, communicating and following up with appropriate supervision on new product launches and revisions to existing products.
  • Train and observe employees to ensure performing job to standards and following safety procedures.
  • Operate assembly operation.
  • Produce product according to customer specifications, ensuring that all product is handled in a proper, safe manner at all times, no partial boxes are shipped, similar parts are packaged together and boxes are properly labeled.
  • Visually inspect ongoing product for defects, ensuring non-conforming product is segregated from production line.
  • Maintain and document production records.
  • Maintain clean and orderly work area both throughout and after their shift.
  • Notify supervisor immediately of any equipment or production problems.
  • Comply with company safety rules at all times and report all accidents, incidents and hazards immediately.
  • Participate in corrective/preventative action when required.
  • Practice continuous improvement; identify processes or procedures that will result inproduction of non-conforming product, or identifying any processes or procedures that can be improved and result in better company performance.
  • Adhere to all procedures and policies as outlined in the TS16949 quality system
  • Perform other duties assigned from time to time by supervisor.              
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