Ontario, California

We're hiring Assembler Job in Ontario, CA

$1,500 sign on bonus after 90 days on assignment 

1st shift 3:30AM - 12PM

2nd shift 2:30PM -11PM

Mon - Friday

  • Each shift has a possible mandatory OT up to 2.5 hours extra.
  • Mandatory OT on some Saturdays as well.

Temp to hire... Will receive benefits when converted to a permanent employee, 401K + match up to 6%, dental, FREE medical, vision, PTO 15 days, 12 paid holidays, 3 floating days, 8 sick days etc. This company tends to covert at 3-6 month mark with good attendance. $100 medical monthly cost for entire family coverage. 5% annual bonus. 

Day in the life below:

The company is open to any type of previous experience, but if you have similar manufacturing experience it will be a huge plus. You will be assembling medical devices under a microscope in a clean room environment. These devices are small and will go into the brain. You will be using small tools such as tweezers, calipers for example. If you know how to solder is a huge plus ,but the company is willing to train on soldering in time. An in person interview is required where you will be assessed under the microscope assembly. You will be inputting very small updates into the computer here and there as well so some light data entry skills is required. Candidates with clean room/production/assembly experience highly preferred

Company: Medical device manufacturer

Job responsibilities:

  • Clean room environment for assembler job in Ontario
  • Operators are responsible to handle, inspect, measure, review, and confirm materials and work orders. Clean room environment  for assembler job in Ontario
  • Consistently meet quality and productivity output goals.  for assembler job in Ontario
  • Keep working areas per the 5’S (sort, set in order, shine, standardize and sustain) methodology clean and organized.  for assembler job in Ontario
  • Comprehensive understanding of all applicable MSOP’s, QCSOP’s, GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices), and line clearance requirements  for assembler job in Ontario
  • Maintain proper documentation per GDP (Good Documentation Practices) by filling out work orders correctly and accurately recording accepted and rejected quantities  for assembler job in Ontario
  • Follow and understand FIFO (First IN first OUT) methodology  for assembler job in Ontario
  • Listen and communicate effectively with Technicians, Leads and Supervisors about any production, quality or safety issues  for assembler job in Ontario
  • Able to use tweezers to handle product  for assembler job in Ontario
  • Identify and scrap defects per quality standards  for assembler job in Ontario
  • Ability to distinguish different lens and injector models and components  for assembler job in Ontario
  • Able to use a microscope and understand magnification levels for visual inspection  for assembler job in Ontario
  • Perform basic job functions in the following manufacturing areas: tumbling, cleanroom and packaging  for assembler job in Ontario
  • Ensure that all finished product meets quality standards and specifications  for assembler job in Ontario
  • Maintain a production environment that complies and follows all quality standards and government regulated standards  for assembler job in Ontario
  • Performs manufacturing process according to MSOP’s & MPI’s for assembler job in Ontario
  • Performs in-process inspection according to QCSOP’s & QIS  for assembler job in Ontario
  • Must be able to work with small parts using tweezers  for assembler job in Ontario
  • The temperature in the environment may be cold  for assembler job in Ontario
  • The noise level in the work environment can be loud  for assembler job in Ontario
  •  Must be able to regularly lift and/or move up to 5-10 pounds  for assembler job in Ontario
  • Regularly required to walk, stand, bend and twist  for assembler job in Ontario
  • Vision abilities required for this job include; close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision and depth perception and ability to adjust focus  for assembler job in Ontario
  • Repetitive use of hands, controlled grasping and fine manipulation   for assembler job in Ontario
  • Must wear clean room protective suits or other personal protective equipment  for assembler job in Ontario
  • High School Graduate or GED required  for assembler job in Ontario
  • Basic knowledge of computer web browser navigation  for assembler job in Ontario
  • Previous manufacturing experience in Medical Device industry is a strong plus

For immediate consideration reply apply below or text 626 838 0499

Dress code:

  • No cosmetics or perfume
  • No cell phones allowed in production area
  • No hats, caps or beanies
  • No dangling jewelry such as earrings, bracelets & necklaces
  • No open-toed shoes, no high heels or wedges
  • No shorts or short pants
  • No visible piercings other than ears
  • Must wear standard length pants
  • Must wear slip resistant flat shoes
  • Jewelry such as wedding/engagement ring and wrist watch may be worn


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