Wondering what an Assembly Line Worker in the automotive industry does? These valuable associates form the backbone of the automotive production process. They are tasked with maintaining and monitoring machines, ensuring seamless operation. Regular quality checks are conducted, and it's their responsibility to verify that sufficient materials, equipment and supplies are on hand to complete operations as needed. An automotive Production Worker's typical shift involves spending 8 to 10 hours on their feet, moving from station to station along the assembly line, assembling products. The job demands precision, pace, and a good understanding of machinery. Other duties include analyzing machine operations and output, adjusting machines for changeovers, operating different functions, or operating machinery to fabricate, manufacture, assemble, or move products.