Description:Product Builders are tasked each day with assembling small medical devices by hand. Each product has anywhere from 1-15 steps, and takes anywhere from 17 seconds to 5 minutes per device.PBs are trained to start on one simple sub-assembly on the line. As the device comes down the line the PB will complete their small task, and pass the part down the line by hand to the next PB. This is an assembly line environment, but it is all table/station based in that there is no conveyor belt or machinery moving product down the line it is all by hand. Once a PB masters the simple task they are assigned they can be trained on a more complex task, and an even more complex one after that. All of the tasks are outlined in the MES (Manufacturing Execution System) which is at the PBs stations' to walk them through each exact task needed during the assembly process.The sub-assemblies (individual assembly tasks) that the PBs perform are EXTREMELY REPETITIVE and EXTREMELY TEDIOUS. Some of the tasks require feeding a wire as thin as a piece of hair through a small opening in the device, and attaching a basket the size of a fingernail to the wire using tweezers. (Dakota Line used for removing kidney stones). To complete these tasks some areas on the line use a camera system to zoom in on the product allowing the candidate to look straight ahead at a monitor to see the precise place where the attachment happens.There is one area that differs from "upstairs" where they do hand assembly of devices. This is the "Components" area. In the lower level of the building has 10-15 injection molding machines operated by a touch screen that make caps, lids, etc for medical devices. Some of these devices are used in products made in Spencer, IN some are shipped elsewhere for assembly onto larger devices.Nearly all areas require candidates to be on their feet all day, but a few do have positions that can sit on a raised chair while assembling. Candidates should expect to stand all day when placed.Skills:assembly, solder, production worker, production, manufacturing, assembler, machine operator, quality inspector, assembly lineTop Skills Details:assembly, solder, production worker, production, manufacturing, assembler, machine operator, quality inspector, assembly lineAdditional Skills & Qualifications:MUST HAVES: 1. Computer Literacy (for reading/navigating instructions on the screen) 2. Manual Dexterity in the hands (ability to handle very very small parts is essential). 3. Ability to see small objects well. THIS IS ESSENTIAL. Bad eyesight will hiExperience Level:Entry LevelAbout Aerotek:We know that a company's success starts with its employees. We also know that an individual's success starts with the right career opportunity. As a Best of Staffing® Client and Talent leader, Aerotek's people-focused approach yields competitive advantage for our clients and rewarding careers for our contract employees. Since 1983, Aerotek has grown to become a leader in recruiting and staffing services. With more than 250 non-franchised offices, Aerotek's 8,000 internal employees serve more than 300,000 contract employees and 18,000 clients every year. Aerotek is an Allegis Group company, the global leader in talent solutions. Learn more at Aerotek.com.The company is an equal opportunity employer and will consider all applications without regards to race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or any characteristic protected by law.