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Allegion 1st Shift Closer Assembly Operator in Princeton, Illinois

Creating Peace of Mind by Pioneering Safety and Security

At Allegion, we help keep the people you know and love safe and secure where they live, work and visit. With more than 30 brands, 11,000+ employees globally and products sold in 130 countries, we specialize in security around the doorway and beyond.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following, which are to be performed accurately, efficiently, within company safety and quality standards, and within required time frames as needed. Other duties may be assigned. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals to perform the essential functions.

  • Perform all assembly operations on any of the closer final assembly lines using stand work and OMS guides

  • Duties involve following stand work and OMS guides for assemblies of the cylinder build process including testing for quality, and adjusting mechanisms as required to meet specifications.

  • Build pre-assemblies for stations requiring these assemblies.

  • Restocking materials as needed to minimize build delays

  • Build cylinders for per takt attainment counts to meet Customer demand.

  • Record all downtime minutes with detailed explanation of missed takt hours.

  • Perform quality checks on parts and products using stand work and OMS guides

  • Perform miscellaneous duties as assigned including working in other departments

  • Follow all safety regulations for equipment use.

  • Perform all housekeeping tasks using 5S standards

  • Flexibility to work overtime as needed

  • Perform all tasks in a timely and accurate manner


  • Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationships

  • Ability to work effectively in independent situations and exercise good judgment to reach sound conclusions

  • Ability to follow written and verbal instructions, schedules, rules, procedures, etc.

  • Ability to read, interpret and perform from various documents, including method sheets, assembly drawings, production reports, safety rules, printed shop schedules, blueprints, KanBan cards/boards, operating maintenance instruction and procedure manuals, etc.

  • Ability to properly identify components and gain extensive parts knowledge

  • Ability to identify and obtain appropriate parts for work station operation

  • Ability to use CRT and data entry technologies (bar code, key entry)

  • General knowledge of machinery, specifically related to areas of responsibility

  • Ability to judge distances, spatial relationships, and perform visual and/or mechanical inspections; ability to distinguish colors and finishes

  • Basic math and computer skills

  • Ability to perform jobs at the same or lower labor grade than current job PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Ability to frequently lift up to 5 pounds, occasionally lift up to 25 pounds, and rarely lift up to 60 pounds

  • Ability to demonstrate manual dexterity; ability to repetitively use fingers and hands to feel, handle, or squeeze; reach with hands and arms; twist/turn body; perform repetitive motions

  • Ability to stand, walk, and/or sit, frequently and for extended periods of time

  • Ability to occasionally climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, and/or crawl

  • Ability to operate industrial powered equipment within manufacturer’s height and weight requirements and guidelines for operators. MECHANICAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Ability to use two hand palm buttons

  • Ability to use pneumatic tools

  • Ability to use testing equipment


  • Exposure to various chemicals including greases, oils, and adhesives in safe exposure amounts and approved for use in our facility by EHS

  • Exposure to temperature changes

  • Exposure to moderate noise levels with intermittent loud noises

  • Exposure to vibration

  • Exposure to dirt and/or dust

  • Exposure to sharp objects and parts

  • Exposure to moving mechanical parts, protected by approved guarding and controls


  • Minimum requirements:

  • High school diploma or GED

  • Three months of related experience

We Celebrate Who We Are!

Allegion is committed to building and maintaining a diverse and inclusive workplace. Together, we embrace all differences and similarities among colleagues, as well as the differences and similarities within the relationships that we foster with customers, suppliers and the communities where we live and work. Whatever your background, experience, race, color, national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, disability status, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law, we will make sure that you have every opportunity to impress us in your application and the opportunity to give your best at work, not because we’re required to, but because it’s the right thing to do. We are also committed to providing accommodations for persons with disabilities. If for any reason you cannot apply through our career site and require an accommodation or assistance, please contact our Talent Acquisition Team at mailto:mailto%3ASpecialAssistanceTalentAcquisition@Allegion.com . at mailto:mailto%3ASpecialAssistanceTalentAcquisition@Allegion.com

Allegion is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer at https://www.allegion.com/corp/en/careers/equal-opportunity.html

Allegion is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Privacy Policy at http://www.allegion.com/corp/en/home/privacy-statement.html

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We are Allegion.

A team of experts.

United under a common desire;

Protect today innovate for tomorrow.

And never settle for the status quo.

We believe in anticipating opportunities

by sharpening our skills

and finding new answers

through collaboration.

We believe in a safer, more secure world.

We believe in providing peace of mind.

We believe in being true to ourselves and to those

who trust-in our protection.

We are many. We are one.

We are Allegion.