Broan-NuTone company is a residential indoor air quality. The Company was started in 1932 headquartered in Hartford Wisconsin United States. It is a manufacturing industry leads in residential ventilation products customized climate and indoor quality service and solutions Range Hoods Bath Exhaust Ventilation Fans Central Vacuum Systems Doorbells and Balanced Ventilation/Fresh Air Systems. Broan manufacturing, marketing, and sales locations are situated with more than 2,500 employees engaging in the industry. The Locations are California, Ohio, Canada, Chile, China, and Mexico.Energy Star U.S Building council's leadership in Energy and Environmental Design for Homes and the National Association of Home Builder's Model Green Home Building are the wide selection of products is offered by Broan that help meets the requirements of all three major green building programs. Broan provides a fast-paced innovative work environment with outstanding benefits Equal Opportunity Employer in this world-class organization.
Broan leads the residential ventilation industry with forward-thinking products including range hoods, ventilation & bathroom fans, heater-fan-light combinations, fresh air systems, ERV/HRV systems, and accessories for all lines, along with award winning customer service. Our employees are innovative thinkers who have a passion for driving bold action, competing and winning as a team, and who actively support the communities in which we live and work. 85% of the households in America have a Broan product installed somewhere; come join the industry leader!
Job Summary: Under the supervision of the Shift Foreperson, the Assembler is responsible for performing a variety of operations to assemble, test, inspect and pack a diversified number and type of range hoods, compactors, blower assemblies and bathroom heaters.
Job Responsibilities: Review process sheet and fit, align and assemble manufactured or purchased parts, motors, and sub-assemblies into completed units, make necessary electrical connections. Visually inspect for fit and surface complications. If unit does not conform to specifications, repair or return for rework. May require partial disassembly.
Test unit for proper operation and insert in packing containers or cartons. Mark container with type, style, color, and model number.
Work from blueprints, drawings, process sheets, and instructions to assemble a variety of standard products. Methods generally prescribed or established.
Use required hand and air powered tools, measuring instruments and gauges. Final assemblies are subject to further inspection and check. Instructions given on a new or non-standard unit.
Participation in Lean manufacturing principles, “5S” and continuous improvement.
Job Requirements: Requires ability to work from drawings, blueprints, or process sheets and ability to learn how to operate and make routine adjustments to various machines (i.e. automatic tapers and bagging machine, etc.).
Physical Requirements: Must be able to safely lift up to 35 lbs. and occasionally lift up to 50 lbs.