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Entry Level Manufacturing Assembly Operations

How would you like to earn $11.00 - $11.90/hr for Entry Level Manufacturing Assembly Operations work!? If so, you're in luck because Adecco is currently hiring for Entry Level Warehouse jobs with a local client located in Marshall, Illinois! These are temp to hire opportunities.
Entry Level Manufacturing Assembly Operations Jobs require candidates to operate production machines ensuring that manufacturing lines have enough product to continue running, complete job quality and production reporting, and ensuring that all quality guidelines are met. You will be responsible for other production duties as assigned by your production supervisor. If you meet the qualifications listed below - Apply Now!
Responsibilities for Entry Level Manufacturing Assembly Operations jobs include:
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  • Selecting or modifying components according to measurements and specifications
  • Aligning material and putting together parts to build more complex units
  • Checking output to ensure the highest quality
  • Maintaining equipment in good condition
  • Keeping records of production quantities and time
  • Reporting on issues, malfunction or defective parts

Candidates should meet the following qualifications to be considered for Entry Level Manufacturing Assembly Operations jobs:
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  • Entry level - no previous warehouse or other experience is required
  • Must have reliable transportation and good attendance
  • Ability to follow verbal and written instructions

We have multiple shifts available and can help you choose the best shift to fit your schedule! We have openings with full-time, flexible part-time, and even administrative opportunities!
ENJOY THESE PERKS!
  • $250 sign on bonus after 90 days!!!
  • $40 Referral Bonus once person referred works a total of 40 hours!

For instant consideration for these Entry Level Warehouse jobs with a local client in Marshall, Illinois, click on Apply Now!
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