Manage workers in assembling instruments, devices, and components.
What does an Instrument Assembly Supervisor do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in assembling electronic, electrical, mechanical, and electromechanical instruments, devices, subassemblies, and component parts: Reads work orders, production schedules, product specifications, and parts lists to determine work priorities and material requirements, such as fixtures, tools, supplies, and equipment. Assigns duties to workers. Sets up, or directs other workers to set up, machines and equipment at workstations, such as drill presses, tappers, and riveters. Observes assembly operations and examines product to ensure conformance to specifications, utilizing knowledge of assembly methods and procedures and established quality control standards. Performs other tasks as described under SUPERVISOR Master Title.