Assembler, Continuity

Continuity Fitter

Minimum ? ITI (Mechanical) graduate

Minimum 2-5 years of experience required

The tasks an Assembler, Continuity is expected to perform include:

Assembling the specific finished parts, needing no further tooling to form the component or unit in the proper sequence as a member of the team usually on a mechanical conveyor

Sitting as a member of the team on either side of the moving conveyor or like arrangement, carrying the components or units for further assembly

Keeping the tools and required components for assembly handy, close to the conveyor line

Collecting the incoming part or unit from the conveyor line, fitting the allotted component to it using hand or power tools as designed

Checking whether the assembled and completed unit conforms to the specified standards using simple tools, gauges, measuring instruments, etc.

Placing the assembled unit, article or material on the moving conveyor to be carried forward for further assembly

Marking the article with the trademark or symbols using stampings

Knowledge of working on a conveyor belt

Skilled in assembling and fitting the machinery parts according to the specification

Ability to carry the assembling operations following all the health and safety measures

Physically fit

Not applicable



Keen observation



It is not a desk job

Need not handle a team

Local travelling is not a part of this job role

Part-time work and contractual jobs maybe available

Work from home option is not available

Working hours
Companies usually work for 5/6 days a week and 8/9 hours everyday. This may vary from company to company

Shift system maybe available

Is the job suitable for a candidate with special needs?

This job is not considered hazardous or dangerous according to The Factories Act, 1948

For freshers - INR 10,000 to INR 15,000 per month

(These figures are indicative and subject to change)

Market Trend of Capital Goods & Manufacturing Sector in India

India's economy is expected to grow at 7.4 per cent in 2014-15 as per a government forecast. Business conditions in the Indian manufacturing sector continued to improve in January 2015 fuelled by an accelerated growth of output, marking the third straight month of expansion on the HSBC Services Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI). The PMI rose to 52.4 points in January 2015 from 51.1 in December 2014. The composite PMI that combines both services and manufacturing sectors rose to 53.3 points in January 2015 from 52.9 in the previous month. India?s manufacturing sector could touch US$ 1 trillion by 2025, according to a report by Mckinsey and Company.

There is potential for the sector to account for 25-30 per cent of the country?s GDP and create up to 90 million domestic jobs by 2025. This will certainly give a boost to the FDI in the country and create many employment opportunities. This will certainly benefit skilled professionals like Assembler, Continuity.

Manufacturing industry

Cities and towns across India