Assembly Specialist

Monroe, OH
Full Time
Entry Level

Lahlouh’s business model is built on solving end to end supply chain problems not simply processing transactional print orders. Lahlouh is a partner that focuses on developing collaborative, comprehensive solutions that endeavor to meet all the communication needs of our clients’ dynamic and evolving marketplaces.


Lahlouh's mission is to provide the highest quality, most cost-effective business communications solutions available.


Core capabilities include:

• Sheet-Fed Offset Print                                                  • Fulfillment / Distribution Logistics

• Dynamic Digital Print, Print on Demand & Large Format   • Packaging Design

• Mailing                                                                       • Marketing Promotions

• Full Service Bindery and Assembly                                 • Promotions

• Online Solutions                                                           • Large Print Format


Position:                    Assembly Specialist
Reports to:               Assembly Manager
FLSA Status:             Non-Exempt
Department:            Assembly
Location/Shift:        Monroe, Ohio / 1st Shift


Essential Function:

          The Assembly Specialist will perform job duties such as operating shrink-wrap machines, distro pack outs, ownership of overs area, general helper in the dept. As needed handwork, assembly and kitting to produce quality product in a timely, efficient and cost-effective manner.  This is a great opportunity to either start out in the workforce or learn a new skill set

 Experience Required:

  • Capability to follow written and oral instructions
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Aptitude to produce high quality work and pay close attention to detail
  • Familiarity with manufacturing paths and Company equipment
  • Able to use a variety of factory machinery, hand tools, and computers to complete their piece of the assembly process
  • Able to read and understand Excel spreadsheets

Job Duties and General Expectations:

  • Follow team leader instructions for handwork, assembly and kitting processes efficiently and accurately
  • Read and speak English
  • Ability to work with a team and/or independently
  • Work safely
  • Comfortable with aspects of the handwork and kitting workflow
  • Familiar with general aspects of Printing, Bindery and Mailing workflow
  • Full understanding of MyDC, data collection and how to cost center
  • Ability to perform monotonous work at a fixed rate of speed for long periods of time while remaining focused and minimizing mistakes
  • Ability to work quickly and with minimal direct supervision
  • Operate material handling equipment including:  pallet jacks, utility carts and hand trucks
  • Lift, handle, load, and unload products
  • Prepare products for shipping
  • Assemble, attach, and/or make parts
  • Alert Assembly Lead of supply concerns
  • Ensure line and work area is clean and leave line ready for next run set-up
  • Ability to sit, stand, and/or walk for prolonged periods of time


  • Escalates functional and process failures to the appropriate support groups and leaders
  • Capable to develop and follow non-verbal communication (visual management: signs, work place organization, and pictures)


  • Ability to learn quickly and self-motivated
  • Positive energy and attitude
  • Poise when confronted with sudden setbacks or stressful situations
  • Willingness to operate in a dynamic environment and team structure


  • Demonstrated ability to perform standardized work process and defined work instructions
  • Understands and ensures adherence to required procedures and processes

Time Management:

  • Ability to work at a pace required to produce measurable results


  • High School Diploma or GED

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