Through continuous training and personal development, the entry level Assembly Technician shall be able to work in a fast-paced, high-tech environment. The Assembly Technician must be detail oriented and well organized and responsible for a wide variety of functions that support the assembly and production team. Such functions include part handling, cleaning, and marking; Sub-assembly and Top-level assembly; Safety wiring and flushing. The Assembly Technician must be willing to work with computers and be a motivated team player.
Essential Job Functions:
- Mate and Assembly components using a variety of tools and methods not limited to Hand, Electric, and Pneumatic tools; Wrenches, Sockets, Screwdrivers, Torque drivers; Helical Insert Installation Tools; Arbor-press; as well as custom job-specific tooling
- Install electrical components such as LVDT’s and Switches
- Must be able to read and interpret mechanical and electrical diagrams and schematics
- Select, setup, and follow procedures using fixturing and tooling described in company documents
- Enter and retrieve data from the company computer system
- Maintain a clean and safe work area
Job Qualification Requirements:
Training and Experience:
High School Diploma; Ability to communicate with all levels of personnel
- Push, Pull and reach overhead; exert and lift 50 pounds to move objects
- Near acuity and accommodation are required for reading drawings and specifications, measuring instruments, computer screens and documents.
- Ability to monitor machine sounds to identify and diagnose changes in order to take appropriate action
Working Conditions The Employee May be Subjected to:
- High noise levels from operating machines
- Physical hazards from moving equipment and machine parts
The employee may be required to follow and perform other job-related duties at their supervisor’s request, subject to all applicable state and federal laws
Arkwin is an EEO employer/Disabled/Protected Veteran
To apply for this job please visit www.arkwin.com.