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Engineering Assembly Technician Sr.
Overview: Seeking an Engineering Assembly Technician Sr. to join our DDC team. Responsibilities: Job Description: + From schematic diagrams design and build test fixtures used by production and engineering personal. Primary Duties: + Perform basic machine shop tasks, such as drill press, mill, and band saw operations.
Fabricate breadboards and prototype units.
Ability to work on miniature circuits where tight and precision soldering is required. Some of this work may require the use of a magnifying device.
Ability to work on high power fixtures where handing large size wire and lifting heavy equipment is required.
Assist in the procurement of parts and materials and replenishing model shop stock.
Repair and maintain test equipment.
Build and repair burn-in fixtures from schematic drawings.
Interface with Engineers and Technicians for the purpose of design guidelines and schedules.
Assist Engineers in conceptual mechanical designs and circuit layouts.
Maintain a working knowledge regarding current industry standards, trends and methods for test engineering related technologies such as test sockets, cables, and other mechanical interfaces used in building electronic equipment.
Advise and instruct assembly technicians regarding the best approaches and techniques to accomplish tasks
Ability to interpret and stick to a schedule Qualifications: + Degree in electronics or mechanical technology or equivalent technical training.
Ten years related work experience in an engineering environment that involves fabricating prototype circuits from schematics and preliminary concepts.
Estimate the amount of time a project will take.
Knowledgeof resistor color codes, component marking, and wire gauge standards
Knowledgeof layout techniques and practices for fabrication of electronic equipment.
Able to perform all duties listed above with minimal supervision or technical guidance.
Must be self motivated, conscientious, reliable and responsible.
Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment without supervision and little or no technical guidance.
Working knowledge Microsoft Outlook, Work and Excel. Job ID 1241 # of Openings 1 Job Location US-NY-Bohemia Category Engineering
Lead Electrical Assembly Technician
Lead Electrical Assembly Technician City/TownSioux Center State/ProvinceIA Description Interstates is growing, and we are currently seeking a Lead Electrical Assembly Technician to join our Interstates Construction Team in Sioux Center, IA. This role will provide direct support to Interfab, as defined in the primary job duties section, below.
An ideal candidate will be results driven, safety-minded, and work well with a team. Interstates seeks ambitious, innovative individuals, with the ability to grow and maintain value-added relationships with our team and external customers. Primary Job Duties and Responsibilities: + Leading a small team of assembly technicians in various pre-fabricated tasks + Planning out the work day for team members + Setting the example for safety, quality, and productivity on the shop floor + Teaching and enforcing shop standards + Monitoring and regulating cost-control on projects + Assisting in the training and development of both new and existing team members + Reading blueprints + Assembling pre-fabricated electrical construction material + Assembling and pre-wiring light fixtures, electrical panels, and switches + Bending and threading conduit + Other duties may be assigned Education and/or Experience + Minimum of 3 years of electrical experience Preferred Skills: + Excellent verbal communication
Ability and willingness to lead and be in charge of others
Ability to work cooperatively with others in a team environment and build effective relationships + Display a positive attitude + Strong attention to detail + Be results driven and safety minded
Ability to routinely lift 50-75lbs Travel: This position will be located in our Sioux Center, IA office and will not require any travel. Interstates is an Equal Opportunity/AA Employer and provides a drug free work environment.
Description: Summary:• Performs work elements necessary for setup, assembly and related operation, employing manual or mechanical methods, to complete the assembly of any type of ball, or specialty type bearing.Duties:• Responsible for maintaining quality through adherence to specified programs, procedures and requirements.• Setup and operate the following types of equipment and or processes –o Gluing seal componentso Crimping seal componentso Matching and Assembly of inner & outer ring setso Riveting and thumping plastic and or brass retainerso Washing ring setso Anderometer o Grease dispensing equipment o Seal presso Spinningo Lock wire or lock ring installationo Setscrew or specialty fastener installation • Visual inspections • Performs necessary operations for assembly and or repair of bearing components.• Performs material handling work, maintains necessary supplies, paper work for the work area, and keeps the work area clean and organized.Work close with supervisor, setup person performing operations of bearing assemblies, washing, greasing, sealing, bore gauging, wiping of a variety of bearings.
Duties in addition include: Responsible for the following to match on each order: Manufacturing order, Correct Counts.Detect and report faulty operation or defective material and notify supervisor of unusual conditions.
Maintain work area in a clean and orderly condition. Observe all prescribed safety regulations. Make sure components assembled matches the manufacturing order.Follow oral and published job instructions and established procedures.
Perform various other related duties as required or directed.QualificationsApplicants must have high school diploma or GED equivalent. Applicants are preferred to have at least 1 month experience. Applicants must be available for any shift. Overtime is required for this position.
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Mechanical Assembly Technician
The Opportunity | Mechanical Assembly Technician The Mechanical Assembly Technician uses process instructions and blueprints to assemble components and achieve final configuration required for the production of Curtiss-Wright products. Your Challenge: * Assembling components to a final configured product utilizing process and drawing instructions and blueprints and specialized tooling & fixtures, measuring equipment and hand tools.
Reading and interpreting assembly drawings, parts lists, operations sheets and visual aids.
Setting up and operating automatic prepping, loading and insertion equipment and performing any re-work from test failures in accordance with standard repair procedures, as well as incorporating ECN's into completed boards.
Verifying quality of product at the required intervals and verifying accuracy of all work. Your Expertise: * Ability to operate material handling equipment
Able to read and interpret blueprints & layout/process worksheets
Ability to set-up and operate assigned machines and equipment
Effective communication skills
Appreciation of the importance of product quality and workplace safety
High School Diploma or equivalent * 2-3 years' previous experience in manufacturing This position may require exposure to information which is subject to US export control regulations, i.e. the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) or the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). All applicants must be U.S. persons within the meaning of U.S. regulations. Curtiss-Wright values diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. If you require accommodation due to a disability at any time during the recruitment and/or assessment process, please contact Talent Acquisition and we will make all reasonable efforts to accommodate your request. Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled
Senior Assembly Mechanic:
Mechanical with hydraulic and electrical abilities required for a mature marine manufacturer located in the Tampa Bay area.
The position would include:
• Mechanical assembly of heavy equipment: Cranes, Passerelles, Gangways, Shell doors, Hydralift systems and more.
• Assemble products according to Engineering/Manufacturing documentation.
• Maintain documentation for labor hour records, work order processing and production documentation.
• Ability to read blueprints, diagrams, schematics; must be able to understand and assemble hydraulics and electrical components.
• Ability to use all mechanics tools and operate a crane.
• Good oral and written communication skills.
• Ability to read and write at a high school equivalent level.
• Ability to work in a team environment is essential.
• Cleans, assembles, disassembles, and replaces parts as required.
• Install hydraulic tubing, hoses, pumps, motors, including system testing.
• Install conduit, wiring as well as terminate connections.
• Test functional performance of assembled equipment/systems for SOLAS and MCA requirements.
• Career Level: 3-5 years of experience
• Education: High School Diploma/GED
• Commensurate upon ability
• Health insurance.
• Dental insurance.
• Vision insurance.
• Life insurance, other insurances are available.
• Personal Time Off (PTO).
• Seven paid holidays
• We are a drug free workplace
Assembly Technician 1St Shift (Branch Medical Group)
The Assembly Technician manages and is responsible for assembly related tasks and activities and is required to use independent skill and judgment to ensure compliance with specifications, requirements and directives that pertain to the assembly process.
- Read and understand blue prints and utilize skill and judgment to design and implement methods to ensure that assemblies are made to specifications
Set up hager, riveters, channel cutter, silicone crimpers and drill press
Able to maintain standard operating procedures, practices and work instructions.
- Ability to setup and assemble product prototypes, with little or no assistance
Maintain the work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition and follows safety rules.
- Use and be familiar with assembly and measuring tools
- Demonstrated mechanical aptitude.
- High school diploma or GED required.
- Able to read mechanical drawings, prints and measuring devices.
- Commitment to excellence and high standards.
- Clean, organized, and able to multi-task.
- Flexible, reliable, self-starting team player with ability to work with little or no supervision.
- Must have a good command of the English language, both written and verbal
Good communication skills.
- Above average manual dexterity and mechanical aptitude.
- Willing to grow with the Company.
Akron manufacturing company looking for experienced assembly technicians. MUST be able to read technical prints, read tape measure, be familiar with metric system and have high quality standards.
Attention to detail is a MUST! Shift Hours: 8am-4:30pm Mon-Fri, overtime available Pay Rate: $11-15 depending on experience Assembly technician: Ability to independently assemble using various tooling and keep up with production demands.
Read technical prints with part numbers and engineering drawings with close tolerances. Collaborate with engineers, production managers, or others to resolve assembly issues. Ability to quickly switch projects or priorities to meet deadlines.
Maintain a clean, safe, and orderly work area. Job Type: Full-time
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Woodworking Assembly Technician
Assemble custom store fixtures in accordance with the plans and specifications provided by Engineering. Exhibit an understanding of the woodworking industry and be able to work safely with a moderate level of supervision required.
Safely and efficiently operate all required hand tools at a high skill level (nail gun, cordless drill, etc.) Read and understand all parts of a work order packet including drawings, cut lists and related documents. Oversee 3-4 associates within a work cell, demonstrating quality workmanship while working at a pace consistent with co-workers.
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Delivery And Assembly Technicians - MI
Job DescriptionSelect Express & Logistics is looking for Independent Contractors who own/lease their own Box Truck/Hi-Top Sprinter to do Delivery and Assembly for some of the nations biggest retailers.SOME REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION ARE:2 Man TeamsBasic tools for simple assembly work
Lease or Own a late model vehicle (preferably white)Basic computer/ Internet skills
Must speak and write English fluently
Knowledge of Fitness Equipment Assembly is a plus!---A NOTE ABOUT DOT REQUIREMENTS: If your vehicle is 10,001lbs GVW or more, you must meet DOT requirements.
You must have your own valid DOT authority and valid DOT med card.A CDL license NOT required. Your vehicle cannot be 26,001lbs or more. We go by the GVW stamped on your truck -- not your registration card.IDEAL CANDIDATE: 2 Person Team with Hi-Top Sprinter or Box truck ( Lift gate a plus)You will be paid by the delivery.
Drivers who provide excellent service often receive TIPS from happy customers.We have work available for you Literally 365 days a year!Days, Nights, Weekends, You decide when you are availableCOMPENSATION:Our owner operators are Paid By The Delivery! Plus Customer Tips!Click Apply Now!Company DescriptionSelect Express & Logistics is a national leader in expedited, customized nationwide delivery solutions. Our corporate MISSION STATEMENT is as follows:To provide businesses and consumers throughout the United States with expedited, and customized last mile delivery and logistics management solutions.
To build and maintain close relationships and open communication with our customers, and to ensure that we are meeting or exceeding their expectations for professional competence, courtesy and service. To attract and retain talented, capable managers and employees by providing a positive, secure work environment that is challenging and supportive, in which individual achievement, initiative, and professional pride are rewarded.Inherent in our commitments to our employees, customers, and investors is the recognition that we must constantly develop and utilize the best tools, processes, and technology, to drive service quality and operational efficiency.
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Assembly Technicians 3Rd Shift
Assembly Technicians 3rd ShiftPosition Title: Assembly Technicians 3rd ShiftReports To:Department:Office Location:
Camarillo, CALooking for an exciting career in an industry where you can make a positive impact on peopleâ€™s lives? If you are a high achiever, exhilarated by a good challenge, thrive on new ideas, enthusiastic about life, get connected with ZPower!!!We are actively searching for a qualified Assembly Technicians to join our team for 3rd shift. The role is responsible for set up and maintains production equipment and materials to assemble.
Will follow written and verbal process procedures, operate automated production equipment, use hand tools and handle chemicals. Maintains production records and logs.If you have a manufacturing background and assembly skills, apply today and seize the opportunity for a career at ZPower!Apply.
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