The Fabrication Assembler is a team member that performs manual roof and floor truss fabrication as well as wall panel fabrication by constructing the components on an assembly line in a fast pace environment with a crew.
Ensure that proper safety and incident reporting procedures are followed
Review engineering layout and cut sheets to verify the correct wood materials, lengths, grade and size
Correctly set up the jig with team members for each specific truss in pre-production
Apply the correct plate sizes during assembly per computer aided design (CAD) software
Check quality of product and verify critical specifications such as heel height, seat cuts, depths, spans and squareness of the truss
Assemble the truss with the assigned team
Plan and pace work to equal the lead assembler
Achieve daily, weekly, project and team related productivity goals as determined by Production Management.
Ensure all components comply with required standards from the Truss Plate Institute (TPI) and other relevant regulatory agencies.
Stack and bundle all trusses;
Verify all orders are correctly marked
Move finished products to the yard and assemble bundling blocks
Maintain a clean job site:
Collect all tools and equipment
Secure job site to eliminate potential hazards
Restock connector plates as needed
Other duties as assigned
Knowledge of proper use of equipment, materials and supplies used in construction work including; nail gun, hammer, forklift, press machine, tape measure and saws
High School diploma or any combination of education or experience that demonstrates the knowledge and ability to perform the work
Ability to effectively operate in a team in a environment
Solid work history with a proven track record of successes in carpentry or manufacturing
Ability to effectively follow verbal and written instructions
Ability correctly to read a tape measure to the sixteenth of an inch quickly and with no errors
Work hours are Monday - Friday and every other Saturday.