Manage workers in producing and assembling components of primary cells.
What does a Dry-Cell Assembly Supervisor do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in producing and assembling components of primary cells to make batteries: Coordinates activities, such as extruding cores, inserting cores and carbon rods in cans, welding wires to cans, capping and sealing cells, soldering pins to rods of other cells to make battery, inserting cells in tubes or sleeves, and testing, repairing, and packaging batteries. Inspects subassemblies and finished units for conformance to specifications. May assist machine operators with setup or adjustment of machines for change in size of cans or to correct malfunction. Performs other duties as described under SUPERVISOR Master Title.