Assembly Technician, McHenry, IL

Date: Apr 11, 2021

Office Location: McHenry, IL, US, 60050

Company: Aptar Group

D shift - 6:45 pm - 7:00 am, Weds, Thurs, Fri, alternating Sat

Position Summary

Responsible for the total production process through the finished goods stage as well as for product safety and the quality of goods produced.     

Job Elements & Position Responsibilities

  • Monitors multiple high speed automated production machines to insure quality production standards are achieved
  • Verifies correctness of components from shop order to component number, to prevent mixed or wrong parts
  • Performs quality checks visually and using various inspection gauges
  • Performs testing of assembled product to insure product meets performance requirements
  • Fills machine hoppers for multiple machines
  • Performs rework at machine and sorts machine scrap
  • Performs recordkeeping duties using various production forms and a PC
  • Loads tubing onto or into machinery and threads tubing into machine where necessary
  • Performs traceability and lot control functions utilizing a hand held scanner
  • Performs and meets the requirements of BRC/GMP/ISO in all job activities


  • Must possess high school diploma or GED


  • Must be able to stand 40% and walk 60% of the shift
  • Must be able to lift/move up to approximately 25 pounds (10% of shift) and reach above shoulder 5% of shift
  • Must be able to scoop component parts weighing approximately 1 pound on a continuous basis
  • Must have the ability to grasp or thread tubing
  • Must be able to bend and push (20% of shift) cartons of product weighing up to 40 pounds throughout the shift (every 10-15 minutes)
  • Must have good vision in order to perform visual inspection duties
  • Must be able to hear warning signals and verbal alerts to avoid injury during manufacturing process
  • Must be able to work as a member of a team, have high energy level and be able to work well under pressure
  • Must be able to read, write and speak English in order to communicate and understand relevant information relating to quality and production issues
  • Must be able to discern shades of color and color differences relating to component parts used in the manufacturing process
  • Must be able to climb steps
  • Must be able to read various inspection gauges
  • Must possess basic math skills
  • Must possess basic PC skills

Nearest Major Market: Chicago