Commutator Assembler Job Description Sample
OverviewA great entry level opportunity for an electro-machanical instrument assembler to join a world class analytical instrument manufacturer. The work environment is challenging, team oriented and driven to satisfy the customer.Typical tasks of the position include, but are not limited to
Assembles a variety of mechanical, electronic, and electro-mechanical instruments and sub-assemblies
Tests sub-assemblies and instruments as per established procedures
Assembles a wide variety of kits and accessory items
Troubleshoots and repairs sub-assemblies and instruments
Follows all procedures and processes
Participates in Lean process improvement programs
The successful candidate will have a combination of knowledge, skills, and experience that would include the following
Must be able to read blueprints, follow written procedures and drawings, and verbal instructions
Ability to use hand tools (i.e. screwdrivers, wrenches), power tools (i.e. nut driver), and electronic test devices to assemble and conduct preliminary tests on small assemblies
Must be able to work independently and in team settings to accomplish goals and target objectives
The individual must be able to handle multiple assignments, draw from past experiences, skills, and knowledge to assemble and resolve problems
A general knowledge of PC/Computers is a requirement
As the world's leading supplier of thermal analysis and rheology systems, TA Instruments is a fast growing and highly profitable division of an S&P 500 company, priding itself in innovation and an uncompromising commitment to customer support. Our continued growth relies on recruiting and developing individuals that can make a positive contribution to our business. For additional information about our high technology products sold to Global Fortune 500 companies and leading academic institutions and government laboratories around the world, visit our website at www.tainstruments.com.
Headquartered in Delaware, with manufacturing sites in the US and Europe, we are represented in all of the major markets around the world with sales offices in the USA, Canada, Japan, India, China, Taiwan, South Korea, Brazil, Mexico, Australia and across Europe.
TA Instruments is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Temporary - Assembler Technician 1
Teledyne Monitor Labs, a pioneer in the monitoring industry, is ready to support your monitoring needs from the mine or well head through production and emissions. The company supplies continuous emissions monitoring (CEM) instrumentation, systems, and software products used by industries worldwide to monitor fuel distribution and quality, to production control and air emissions.
Are you looking for a dynamic and growing organization - whose company culture is centered on training and empowering its employees to make decisions? As one of the leading providers of end-to-end monitoring solutions, Teledyne Monitor labs is focused on hiring the best available talent! And at this time, we have an opening for a full time, Temportary Assembler Tech.
Teledyne is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, religious creed, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, transgender, pregnancy, marital status, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, disability, protected Veteran Status, genetics or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.
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Position Summary and Responsibilities
Build and test weekly production levels to meet customer needs
Build and Test air-monitoring equipment
Receives detailed instructions on all work. Work on assignments that are routine in nature where limited judgment is required.
Daily duties include assy. and testing of air monitoring equipment.
Should have some electronic skills, including soldering and other wiring techniques. Strain gage installation and operation experience preferred, but willing to train the right person.
Associates degree (AA/AS.) or 2 years related or equivalent experience or Military technical training preferred.
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or government regulations. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals; good communitation skills
Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exits. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form. Displays exemplary ethics and business conduct and performs work cognizant of safe work practices. Ability to follow both written and verbal instructions.
Familiarity with standard laboratory operating procedures and safety practices is a plus.
Knowledgeable in the use of general-purpose lab and test equipment. Some working knowledge of production prints and schematics, electrical components, troubleshooting techniques and problem solving ability.
Good mechanical aptitude, basic math skills, and computer literacy are necessary.
Install and wire strain gages on transducer (per detailed instructions). Tools used include small hand tools and soldering equipment.
Requires high school diploma.
Mental Physical Abilities:
Ability to lift 50 - 70lbs on a regular basic Ability to stand, walk or sit throughout the day.
Ability to use hands to finger, handle or feel pull and push.
Ability to work near moving mechanical parts, toxic of caustic chemicals, risk of electrical shock and moderate noise.
Vision requirements: ability to see in color, peripherally, adjust focus and depth perception.
The Opportunity | Mechanical Assembler
Assembling components to a final configured product utilizing process and drawing instructions, blueprints, specialized tooling and fixtures, measuring equipment and hand tools
Reading and interpreting assembly drawings, parts lists, operation sheets and visual aids
Setting up and operating automatic prepping, loading and insertion equipment and performing any re-work from test failures
Fastening parts together with bolts, screws, speed slips, rivets or other fasteners
Operating drill presses, punch presses, riveting machines, hand files and scrapers
Verifying and documenting product quality at specified intervals
High School Diploma or equivalent
2-3 years related work experience
Knowledge of various hand and power tools and operation techniques
Familiarity with blueprints and layout/process worksheets
Effective communication & team work skills
Ability to lift 50 lbs
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
Medical Device Assembler - Full Time, Contract To Hire
Will 100 % paid medical benefits, 25 days PTO, 401k, and other analytical perks- we are actively recruiting great people to join this amazing team.
If you are a person who pays attention to detail, can show up to work every day with a good attitude, and appreciates stability and loyalty in the work place- this is the opportunity for you!
Job Title: Medical Device Assembler
Pay: $13/hr, Overtime available. Bi annual performance review with raise.
Assemble and test medical devices and related products in accordance with documented work instructions and procedures.
- Process paperwork accurately and neatly.
- Maintain a clean, neat and organized work space.
- Report to work on time, including returning from breaks and lunch periods.
- Adhere to all Company policies and procedures per the LSI Solutions Employee Manual.
- Participate in periodic cleaning activities.
- Understand and comply with Quality System requirements.
- Complete assignments in a timely fashion, staying on task,minimize interruptions of work.
- Package and/or prepare all medical devices for sterilization.
- Keep accurate daily reporting of labor.
- Any other duties assigned.
- Attention to detail.
- Desire and demonstrated ability to produce 100% quality product all the time.
- Good hand and eye coordination and manual dexterity.
- Able to follow verbal and written instructions and consistently demonstrate compliance.
- Asks questions when unclear of direction or instructions.
- Able to communicate with team members in a positive manner.
- Able to work independently as well as alongside team members.
- Able to inspect utilizing microscopes or magnifier lamps.
- Computer literacy.
- Experience in a manufacturing environment preferred.
- Assembly experience preferred.
- Clean room experience preferred.
- High School Diploma or GED required.
Operations Technician-Machine Assembler – Electro-Mechanical
Operations Technician-Machine Assembler – Electro-Mechanical ($18-20/hr target, D.O.E.)
Responsible for the assembly, start-up and test of complex machinery as well as other assignments in the factory as
needed to support the achievement of the business goals and objectives.
In this role you will perform:
Electro-Mechanical assembly of components and machine sub-systems into final press configuration
utilizing standard work documentation and processes.
Building/plumbing hydraulic circuits including hydraulic tube and hose assemblies.
Connection of automated peripheral equipment.
Startup and diagnostics of machinery during the debug and test phase.
Test run equipment/machinery and troubleshoot to optimize efficiency.
Operation overhead cranes, forklifts and scissor lifts.
Packaging and crating of machine systems for shipment.
Work with engineering/manufacturing teams to resolve issues and optimize processes.
Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
Adhering to quality control directives.
Assist in the training and development of others as needed.
Completes paperwork in an accurate and timely manner.
Comply with safety regulations and maintain clean and orderly work areas.
Other duties as assigned.
SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE:
Associates degree in electro-mechanical, Trade school diploma in industrial maintenance or similar
applicable field experience.
5+ years’ experience assembling electro-mechanical equipment / machinery.
Wiring of industrial control systems including PLC’s and 3-phase power is a plus.
Use of basic metrology equipment (i.e. calipers, micrometers, etc.).
Blueprint reading, machine shop skills.
Basic computer skills – data entry.
Demonstrate a high level of creativity; continuously seeking ways to improve quality and efficiency.
Reliable and flexible to work additional hours on short notice to complete orders and/or special projects to
meet customer demands.
Ability to lift and carry 50 pounds.
Must be able to perform in a fast paced environment.
Occasional overtime required.
Electronics Assembler I
- Solder electronic components
- Perform prototype assembly per drawings and specifications.
- Perform production assembly, testing, and inspection.
- Perform board level programming and testing using automated test fixtures.
- Maintain material inventory with proper paperwork and electronic records per established AS9100 procedures.
- Perform kitting of production projects.
- Work with Purchasing and Quality Assurance groups in ensuring timely and quality work product.
- Work with local suppliers and vendors both remotely and on-site to coordinate orders and validate workmanship and part conformance.
- Provide training in soldering best practices for other employees as required.
- Also open to Electronics Assembler II level candidates.
- 1-3 years in high-tech manufacturing/production environment (5-7 years of experience for Electronics Assembler II)
- Experience with printed circuit board assembly and testing, electrical harness production, ESD control, and handling optical components are a plus.
- Good soldering skills (SMT, through-hole, and harnessing).
- Good understanding of soldering work standards (IPC-A-610/J-STD-001).
- Understanding of inventory control in an electronics production environment.
- Must be capable of following assembly procedures and drawings to perform electro-mechanical system integration, as well as follow test procedures to perform functional testing.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Excellent technical report writing skills
- Ability to commit and work under deadlines.
- Must be able to work in a challenging and engaging work environment that promotes teamwork, creativity, accountability, and professional development.
- Current IPC-A-610 or J-STD-001 certification is a plus
- High School Diploma with 1-3 years of experience in a high-tech manufacturing/production environment (Associate's Degree in Electronics required for Electronics Assembler I)
Assembler II - 1St Shift
Perform back-end and box-build assembly processes to ensure on time shipments of a quality product. To work in an efficient manner according to workmanship standards.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Follow detailed verbal or written instructions, including visual aids.
Verify incoming material for accuracy and store using FIFO (first in, first out) inventory system.
Manually assemble an assembly or box-build system using specific tooling, torque drivers, and hardware, at a predetermined run rate.
Scan required components or sub-assemblies from flow racks, bin or Kanban locations.
Maintain certification and/or proficiency in Assembler I, Router, Press Fit, and RTV operations.
Maintain certification and/or proficiency in DF Pre-Kitting Assembly/Test, Hi-Pot Test, Bundle Kitting, and Pack-Out operations.
Pull and scan required components or sub-assemblies from flow racks or bin locations.
Conduct physical inventory of parts or assemblies in designated areas.
Execute Purge process as needed.
Maintain functionality of all production equipment using preventative maintenance measures.
Maintain 5S order and cleanliness in the assigned area at all times.
Adhere to all safety and health rules and regulations associated with this position and as directed by supervisor.
Education & Experience Requirements
High school diploma or equivalent required.
Or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Must be able to obtain and maintain all required job related certifications.
Successful applicants will have to fulfill all prerequisites for contracts. Certain position may require US Citizenship.
Jabil is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.
Aftermarket Electronics Assembler -2Nd Shift
When the global aerospace community looks for ideas and solutions to its biggest challenges, they turn to the people of UTC Aerospace Systems. We design, invent and deliver the most advanced and diverse range of aerospace systems on the market. We are inventors. We are manufacturers. We work in space exploration, commercial air travel, defense and rescue applications. Always learning and pushing the boundaries, we are an undisputed industry leader that continually sets the bar higher and higher. Come soar with us.
At UTC Aerospace Systems, we're ushering in a new era of customer service, with sophisticated tools that enable real-time customer connections and service anticipation techniques. We combine these innovations with responsive repair performance, product support and issue resolution for our global customers. Anytime. Any place. It's this kind of best-in-class support that has kept our customers coming back for the past 100 years. Want to join the largest aftermarket network in the industry, with more than 50 maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) locations across 26 countries? You can learn from the best while bringing your fresh perspective and enthusiasm for customer service to our team. If those closest to you would use the words "reliable" and "dependable" to describe you, you could be a good fit for our team!
Every second, a plane takes off with UTC Aerospace Systems equipment on board. From space exploration and defense to today's more electric, more intelligent, more integrated aircraft, our systems make modern flight possible. And by make it possible, we mean: we start it, power it, control it, ventilate it, quiet it, land it, stop it and monitor it. We have more than 41,000 employees across 150 countries working at the forefront of technological innovation. Thanks to their efforts, our global reach, and our market-leading position, we do big things no one else can do.
At our Phoenix MRO, we specialize in the repair of electronic components for aircraft. As an assembler with our team, you will have one of the most critical roles repairing units to keep our customers flying.
Assembling a variety of electronic units using prescribed assembly techniques:
Identifying correct parts, components, wires, and other materials
Soldering electronic components and using other hand tools
Operating assembly machines
Measuring, mixing, and applying chemicals and adhesives
Reading and interpreting technical data such as component maintenance manuals, assembly instructions, and engineering prints
Effectively communicating work status to team members and support staff (e.g. shift pass down, engineering, maintenance)
This is a 2nd shift opening as a 2nd shift assembler, your start time will be between 2:00 and 3:00 PM. While training, may need to work 1st shift hours.
You may occasionally need to provide weekend and holiday support to meet customer needs.
In your role, you will be exposed to:
Products of various weights and sizes
Equipment with moving parts
Chemicals and adhesives that may emit fumes
High temperature equipment/materials
To minimize safety risk to you and product, you must wear static-control and personal protective equipment.
Assembler - 1St Shift
1st shift position working Monday-Friday, 7:00 am -3:00 pm
- Reviews and interpret assembly instructions
- Determines if all parts are present and review materials for expiration
- Assembles the product following proper PPE and instructions
- Verifies throughout the process product is being assembled per the specifications by the use of measuring tools, calipers, or other methods to verify thickness, weight, etc.
- Completes material transaction or other documentation necessary
- Resolves assembly and production issues
- Reports errors in production line
- Maintains shop floor area clean and safe
- High School Diploma or GED
- 1+ year of assembly/manufacturing experience
- Ability to clearly and effectively communicate both verbally & written
- Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals
- Ability to understand and carry out instructions furnished in written, oral or diagram form
- Ability to lift and/or carry up to 50 lbs
|I. Primary Function|
To setup and assemble FT switches. This involves assembly of sub-assemblies and finished parts with small components consisting of such items as handles, springs, screws, nuts, covers, housings and switches in accordance with product specification sheets, drawings and methods, schedules, and customer needs.
II. Tools and Equipment
IV. Working Procedures and/or Responsibility Assigned
V. Scope, Purpose, and Frequency of Contacts
VI. Direction of Others
VII. Direction Received
Receive work assignments from Supervisor and/or from Operations Specialist
VIII. Education Requirements
High School or GED or equivalent experience and/or demonstrated accomplishments
IX. Experience and Skill Requirements
Must be able to read, speak, understand and write English.
X. Physical Requirements
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