- Excellent attendance be at work consistently and on time.
- Ability to tolerate prolonged standing and walking; physical stamina and strength to preform repetitive bending, reaching, and stooping motions; able to lift up to 40 lbs.
- Can work flexible hours and overtime as needed.
- Can read or learn to read a ruler.
- Ability to adjust to changing work environments; varying noise levels and temperatures.
- Actively participate in all department projects, tasks, and objectives.
- Able to work in other areas of manufacturing as needed.
- Pack books coming off the binder neatly and securely.
- Capable of identifying and maintain the correct unit count per box.
- Read and understand work orders.
- Understand quality attributes of the product being produced.
- Work with the operator and independently to accurately complete jobs; before the next order begins have all the necessary materials ready to go.
- Follow operator instructions and work together as a team.
- Keep work areas neat and organized.
- After gaining proficiency in the basics of the helper position the operator will begin to teach how the machine functions. The operator will then begin instruction on how to setup various machine components. Based on performance as a helper, training may not start for 12 weeks or more.