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Electronics Dismantler

Are you looking for a new and exciting opportunity? Are you looking for a long-term, steady placement? Do you work well with tools? If so, Select Staffing wants you! In partnership with a premier company in San Benito County, we are hiring an Electronics Dismantler right away!Please reply with your updated resume and salary requirements to:
email removed ob Duties:
General Purpose:
Dismantle used Televisions, Computer monitors, and other electrical equipment in order to separate product down to commodities.
Responsibilities:
Wear required Personal Protective Equipment at all times.
Disassemble Televisions and Computer monitors to remove Cathode Ray Tubes and other electrical equipment.
Knowledge of SB-20 50 and Non- SB20 50 to assure commodities are sorted in the correct bins.
Assure that their line and the warehouse is clean and well organized.
Utilize knowledge of safety procedures.
Keep track of all tools that are issued daily.
Any discrepancies with the tools (missing tools or damaged tools) will reported in writing to the Maintenance Tool Control Safety Supervisor.
Conducts quality control on all commodities on their production table.
Record daily weight.
Keeping area clean by sweeping 10 minutes before a break and end of the shift.
Notify Safety Manager of any and all safety concerns, PPE defects or need for replacement of safety equipment.
Report any ideas for efficiency and continuous improvement to Supervisors.
Perform tasks while putting safety first.
Working Conditions:
Plant environment with exposure to dust, noise, equipment and machinery.
Qualifications:
Education and
Experience:
No specific requirement.
Years of
Experience:
No specific requirement.
Please reply with your updated resume and salary requirements to:
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