The Senior Electro-Mechanical Assembler is responsible for the completion of their daily assigned assembly tasks while maintaining safety, quality, and delivery to the highest standard.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Electrical and mechanical assembly of instruments and sub-components.
- Work from written instructions, schematics, SOP that provide detailed assembly operations, and assembly drawings.
- Periodically tests continuity and connections using standard testing equipment.
- Reads, interprets and follows basic blueprints, diagrams, engineering drawings, specifications, bill of materials, and other written instructions or procedures to accurately assemble equipment and products.
- Modifies and/or enhances part by using a variety of soldering techniques and hand and/or power tools, such as solder block, soldering iron, and various other hand tools.
- Perform inspection and test of in-process and incoming materials as assigned
- Adhere to and follow company safety standards and regulations
- Maintain a safe and clean working environment
- Complete and drive 5S/LeanManufacturing actions in scope
- Complete tasks in timely manner insuring OTD (On-time Delivery) of finished goods
- Ensure inventory accuracy by abiding to policies and procedures
- 4+ years of electrical and mechanical assembly
- 0-1 years of inventory management
- Experience working in a manufacturing setting
- High School Diploma or GED
- Technical certification or equivalent work experience
- Ability to complete tasks safely and independently
- Basic computer and Microsoft Suite skills
- Electrical & Mechanical Assembly
- Harness Assembly
- Board Programming
- Use of small hand tools such as callipers and micrometers
- Soldering & Wiring experience
- Must be capable of comprehending written, visual and verbal instructions, and of writing accurate records
- Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs
Employees will be working in a manufacturing environment. Tasks may require repetitive use of small hand tools, soldering and other like instruments. Tasks may require extended periods of sitting, standing, reaching, and walking.