An Assembly Technician is responsible for assembling and installing industrial control panels for automated equipment. Will be reading and interpreting blueprints and wiring diagrams and must be able to recognize components. Will be required to drill & tap holes, cut, strip, bend and mount wires to connect electrical units within the panel.
- Follow detailed assembly instructions in a variety of formats (i.e., drawings, schematics, bills of material, internal procedures or some combination thereof), and report work completed on a daily basis.
- Recognize and report problems with quality, processes, equipment or materials to Production Lead, Supervisor or Operations Manager.
- Maintain a clean and organized work area to facilitate manufacturing best practices.
- Work with a moderate degree of supervision.
- Layout enclosures and sub panels for assembly/cutouts based on information provided.
- Identify components and its intended function as it applies to equipment to be built.
- Understand various wiring methods of connection and apply proper methods to the equipment being built.
- Perform quality checks on completed assemblies, as needed.
- To maintain and update the results related to various tests and inspection procedures conducted regarding the product specifications.
- To make sure that all the parts, labor, and other processes are progressing at the given time
- To resolve discrepancies and maintain the integrity of panels.
- Provide hands-on job function training to coworkers as needed.
WORK EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
- Minimum of 3 years as an Assembly Technician and/or similar position.
- High school diploma/GED
ADDITIONAL SKILLS / ABILITIES
- Ability to read blueprints and/or standard work instructions
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office
- Ability to learn new computer software programs
- Very strong electro-mechanical skills (soldering, proper wire stripping, and crimping techniques)
- Excellent attention to detail
- Basic knowledge of necessary instruments and tools