The Mechanical and Electrical Assembler is a combination position that requires mechanical assembly operations and assembly of electrical components and or sub-assemblies to produce compressor systems while achieving maximum efficiency. This position reports to the Assembly Operations Supervisor/CIC.
Include the following, but other duties may be assigned.
Read and interpret blueprints and schematics. Utilize these drawings in placement of parts.
Receive verbal instructions regarding duties to be performed.
Install and connect electrical components such as transformers, terminal boards, transistors, etc., following a blueprint.
Build wiring harnesses to required specifications.
Effectively and efficiently run cabling and properly terminate ends.
Accurately follow schematic while pinning out control boxes.
Communicate effectively to the immediate supervisor the status of needed parts to produce units, assemblies and harnesses.
Use any specialized tooling that is required within the respective area. Complete any necessary certifications if required to do so.
Connect component lead wires to printed circuit or routes and connect wires between individual component leads and other components, connectors, terminals, and contact points. Install finished assemblies or subassemblies as needed.
Assemble units using standard hand and power tools to include air-powered tools by reading from schematics, drawings and diagrams.
Perform co-workers job functions during absences within the department.
Maintain work environment in accordance with Lean 5S standards and perform tasks in accordance with company safety standards.
Understand BOM change process and communicate change requirements throughout build.
Maintain Change Documentation.
Maintain personal conduct within the guidelines of the employee handbook and safety manual.
Maintain working knowledge of Workmanship Standards as well as the ISO quality system. Utilize these practices in everyday activity.
Be able to perform heavy lifting up to fifty (50) pounds without assistance.
Able to problem solve using root-cause analysis and other methodologies.
Regular and reliable attendance.
ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
High school education or equivalent.
A minimum of two (2) years of related experience in mechanical assembly, point-to-point electrical wiring and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Proficient in reading and interpreting blueprints and schematics.
Proficient in reading and interpreting standard measuring devices such as tape measures, scales, squares, etc.
Able to follow directions and work independently.
Able to identify and safely operate standard hand, power and air tools.
General understanding of piping, tubing (stainless steel) swaging and belt alignment.
Possess high quality standards.
Self-starter, ability to resolve issues and research solutions.
Ability to work under pressure and independently with minimal supervision in a constantly changing environment.
Ability to communicate information clearly and effectively.
VALUED BUT NOT REQUIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
General understanding of and incorporate Lean problem solving methodologies (ex- 5-Why, Fishbone Diagrams, etc.) to facilitate process improvement.
General understanding of other assembly functions, including piping, tubing (bending and swaging) and belt alignment.
General understanding of custom bent stainless steel tubing and related functions.
General understanding of compressor and motor installation and alignment.
General understanding of overhead and/or jib crane operation.
For consideration please send your resume to Deborah Bailey at email@example.com or call 757-629-4697