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Exciting opportunity for the right applicant to be part of a diverse manufacturing team making the best fishing tackle in the world.
Summary: Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job. Assembles difficult and diversified assembly for a variety of standard products where procedure and methods are prescribed, using hand and simple power tools, some machine tools and/or test equipment. Intricate fitting, adjusting and aligning required on complete products, units or subassemblies involving considerable number of parts, close tolerances and interrelated factors. Performs final inspection on all products verifying acceptable standards for overall appearance, function, feel and sound, and appropriate lubrication. Light packaging of finished product. Reports to a supervisor/manager or lead in assembly.
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Building the World’s Best Fishing Company, One Brand at a Time
Pure Fishing, Inc. is a leading global provider of fishing tackle, lures, rods and reels with a portfolio of brands that includes Abu Garcia®, All Star®, Berkley®, Chub®, Fenwick®, Greys®, Hardy®, Hodgman®, Johnson™, JRC®, Mitchell®, Penn®, Pflueger®, Sebile®, Shakespeare®, SpiderWire®, Stren®, and Ugly Stik®.
With operations in 19 countries and a dedicated workforce conversant in 28 languages, Pure Fishing, Inc. is a leader in outdoor and recreational lifestyle products.
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