Assemblers

Assemblers

Speciality: Industrial & Skilled Manufacturing

Location: Brandon, VT, USA

Type: Full Time

Posted: 01-10-2020

Job Description

Leddy Group

Leddy Group is seeking Assemblers in Brandon, VT.  Bus routes available.  Immediate start for entry-level assembling skills.

Are you looking for a great opportunity with a small, team-oriented company? Are you interested in gaining more experience in the manufacturing industry? This position might be for you!

Available immediately, this role is on 1st shift and able to be flexible with the bus schedule. Anyone with entry-level experience is encouraged to apply!

Responsibilities of this role:

  • Assembly of interior components of UV air/water filters.
  • QA of assembled components.
  • Preparing parts for shipping.

Qualifications of the Assembler:

  • Must have manufacturing experience
  • Assembly/electrical assembly experience is a plus
  • Dependability and willingness to learn is a must.
  • Attention to detail.

To apply for this position, please email your resume to rutland@leddygroup.com, or call 802-786-2222 or apply online at www.leddygroup.com.

About Leddy Group

We are Leddy Group… a privately owned, regional staffing company serving NH, ME, VT & northern MA. One great brand… multiple specialties in accounting and finance, administrative and executive assistants, engineering, human resources, industrial and skilled manufacturing, and office support and customer service.

At Leddy Group we combine a consistency of values and traits with a singular standard for quality and best practices. We hold each other accountable to those standards, measure success by the quality of our outcomes, and establish goals based on continuous improvement metrics. This is the compass which leads us to put the right people in the right places. Methodology and process to assess skills and experience. Focusing on fit, company, and culture.

The success of our team is based on the success of our outcomes and your satisfaction. Period. Do what you love… love what you do. Put people first… always.

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