Hello, i am trying to get a job at the Phillip Morris tobacco plant as an assembly line worker in Richmond,VA but i can not find it on their website or any where to apply for that type of job with them.Can anyone help? Thanks
-car assembly line worker
-department store worker (example: Dayton's which is now Macy's)
-assembly line worker in general
so here are some jobs I came up with, but I am not sure how much they would pay the workers. If you aren't sure about the jobs listed above, but have a job(s) in mind that you know the wage(s) of, please answer!
Thanks so much for your help!
Now that we are going to manufacture small trucks in China, how many americans will be employed in the construction of the new plant? How many assembly line workers with be American? Will American ships carry the export products? Maybe if the does not create jobs, how many has it saved? Another example of Obama throwing his supporters under the bus?
A. An assembly-line worker for General Motors who quits her job and returns to a community college on a full-time basis
B. An assembly-line worker for General Motors who is laid off because of a reduction in car sales
C. An assembly-line worker for General Motors who quits her job but is interviewing for a position as a part-time bank teller
D. A recent high-school graduate who is seeking his first job as an assembly-line worker at General Motors
I'm not sure but I think C is the right answer.
If an assembly line worker doesn't do their job they're fired........but a CEO gets a BONUS!!?.......how does that work?
I'm a bit confused. Have automation and robotics increased the demand for:
A. Engineers or B. Assembly Line Workers
I don't see why people expect to be tipped. If you are already being paid to do a job, why should other people give you extra money?
I understand in SOME circumstances tips are appropriate, but it has become expected that you will tip, and sometimes, like at restaurants, tips are even added as part of the bill. Why is this? Why should someone like a waiter get extra money for doing their job, when someone like an assembly-line worker does not?
Position Desired: Assembly Line/Production Worker
•Quick learner and easy to train
•Anticipate and fulfill company needs
•Work well with others
•Ability to prioritize multiple tasks according to urgency
•Excellent interpersonal skills
•Ability to work extremely well under deadlines
•Experience in manufacturing
•Good time management skills
Assembly Worker; Ford Mfg. Frame Plant (04/12-07/12) Dearborn, MI
•Assembled dust shields, rotors, hubs, and steering knuckles for the Ford F-150’s on the wheel-end of the assembly line
•Assembled brake cables and brake clips
•Read technical schematics of parts that were assembled
Sales Associate; T.J. Maxx (03/12-04/12) Birmingham, MI
•Sized clothes and restocked all merchandise from the stockroom
•Recommended and helped locate what the customer’s wanted based on customer needs and desires
•Described merchandise and explained use, operation, and care of merchandise to customers
Crew Member; McDonald’s (05/11-06/11) Dearborn, MI
•Prepared food in a quick-serve manner as part of a production crew
•Cleaned dishes, took out trash, mopped floors, and swept parking lot
•Maintained sanitation, health, and safety standards
Education and Training:
Penn Foster High School (Home School Program)
•Pending: December, 2013
ACCESS – Earn & Learn Program
•First-Aid CPR Certification
Please, I want honest opinions of this resume. This is a resume for a manufacturing job. Is there anything about it that I should fix before submitting it? I would really appreciate it. Thanks!
My mom was a house wife her whole life and Iam trying to help her with her resume. I need help on dressing this part up and making it sound nice
Title: Assembly Line Worker
Duties: Worked on an assembly Line building computers and other products sent down the line as directed by line supervisor.
Reason for leaving: Temporary job. Contract ended.
How did industrialization affect skilled workers?
1. Subdividing the manufacture of a product into smaller jobs meant that an individual no longer manufactured an entire product.
2. Skilled craftworkers were needed to operate machinery.
3. The tension of assembly-line work caused formerly sober, disciplined craftworkers to drink on the job.
4. Skilled craftworkers were transformed into aristocrats in the world of labor.
people need the iphone5 and these silly people should get back to work so we don't have to be kept waiting. this is bigger problem then the presidential Debate, the Jobs numbers and Gas prices. i support Obama if he uses Kinetic Military Actions to get the Chinese government to force foxconn workers back to the assembly line to make me my apple stuff.
I keep hearing that the UAW workers make too much for being uneducated, I thought on the job training WAS education. Has anyone saying this actually worked on an assembly line, or do they sit on their butts in a cubicle all day?
If yes than please tell me why, if no please tell me why. im not really sure myself. i think so depending on the job, but yet again i dont work in an assembly line.
I have this title for a 12 mark essay: A manufacturing company is considering introducing robots onto its assembly line. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of this.
Any pointers would be highly appreciated. I've gathered some adv/disadv already, but I need some more.
Those jobs require little education and people with bachelor degrees rarely start at 25 an hour. This only drives up the cost of domestic vehicles which aren't really good anyway. Nissan, Honda and Toyota make GM vehicles seem worthless.
Fare trying to do the job of the CEO that he hates so much?
To work the line did you have to have at least four years of college plus and some of the jobs required more?
When I work for steel workers union, you had to work ten years to get a retirement from the company. Even though I worked for the company over eleven years I was only in the program nine years and lost my money.
Star--they pay taxes also!
I have a BBA in accounting, but my horrible social skills make it impossible to keep a job. i am not smart enough to pursue a career in science. the only career path i can think of that i might have a chance at suceeding in is assembly line worker. any other suggestions? thanks.
Factory work usually means endless hours of mind numbing drudgery. It can be dirty, hot, and physically demanding. Keeping this in mind, which jobs on the line in an automobile plant, or auto parts manufacturing facility are the worst of the worst?
Answer in a clear logical way.