Assembler
Interview on Tuesday and Get Started the following Monday!!! Looking at all skill levels!!!
Randolph, WI  / Beaver Dam, WI 
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Posted 5 days ago
Job Description
POSITION SUMMARY:   The Electro/Mechanical Assembler position requires a wide range of skills to prepare bulk container handling equipment both mechanically and electrically. 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 
  1. An understanding and proficient use of skills necessary to work from and solve problems using machine drawings, machine assembly drawings, controls schematics, and relevant bills of materials.
 
  1. Understanding electrical schematics, machine drawings, assemblies, and related bills of materials includes tasks such as: match-marking the bulk container handling equipment for installation; attaching brackets and devices to the equipment; installing wireway and cabletray, and, wiring both power and control circuits of the equipment.

                3.    Engage in the reduction and/or elimination of non-value added work throughout the organization.

 
  1. General wiring skills for performing the following skills are necessary:

*             Control panel assembly                 *             Control cabinet assembly
*             Pushbutton console assembly   *             Multi-phase circuit wiring
*             PLC knowledge
*             Conduit & wireway install            
                                                *             Control circuit wiring


The results of these tasks must represent quality workmanship, compliance with customer specifications, and must comply with any applicable codes (NEC, CSA, UL.).  Specific tasks involved in specification compliance include correct conduit fills, proper wire sizing, and utilization of standard or non-standard parts to meet customer needs.
 
  1. General mechanical skills and proficient use of handtools are necessary for performing the following tasks:

*             Structural assembly                        *             Mechanical drive assembly
*             Fluid control assembly                   *             Guard and cover assembly
*             Mechanical assembly                    
               
The results of these tasks must represent quality workmanship, neatness and acceptable efficiencies.

*An understanding and proficient use of skills are necessary to perform machine debug; program debug; PLC programming; troubleshooting three phase and single phase electrical circuits; and equipment set-up.  Specific tasks involved with the troubleshooting details of the job include "I/O" checks, set-up support for project engineers, and, based on the associates abilities and equipment competence, project set-up team leadership.
 
  1. The understanding and proficient use of skills are necessary to perform quality assurance checks for the Blue Books.

  1. The position requires an unquestionable accuracy on documentation skills that includes labor reporting, material issue/returns, material moves, and material scrap reports.
 
  1. The position requires an understanding of inventory re-ordering policies that includes "KanBan".
 
  1. Appropriate preparation of equipment for shipment including, but not limited to, machine teardown.



EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

1.            Associates degree in Electro/Mechanical Technology for advanced placement or applicable experience.

2.            Five years of applicable experience for advanced placement.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

1.            Proficient and appropriate use of hand tools and light bench tools.

2.            Understanding of simple to moderately complex mechanical systems. The general knowledge will advance naturally with added exposure to the requirements of the job.

3.          General working knowledge of electricity. The general knowledge will advance naturally with added exposure to the requirements of the job.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear.  The employee frequently is required to use hands to finger, handle, or touch objects, tools, or controls.  The employee is frequently to stand, and walk.  The employee also regularly required to reach above their shoulders, bend, and climb.

The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds, regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, and frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and distance vision.

Time spent in the following physical activities
POSITION SUMMARY:   The Electro/Mechanical Assembler position at requires a wide range of skills to prepare bulk container handling equipment both mechanically and electrically. 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 
  1. An understanding and proficient use of skills necessary to work from and solve problems using machine drawings, machine assembly drawings, controls schematics, and relevant bills of materials.
 
  1. Understanding electrical schematics, machine drawings, assemblies, and related bills of materials includes tasks such as: match-marking the bulk container handling equipment for installation; attaching brackets and devices to the equipment; installing wireway and cabletray, and, wiring both power and control circuits of the equipment.

                3.    Engage in the reduction and/or elimination of non-value added work throughout the organization.

 
  1. General wiring skills for performing the following skills are necessary:

*             Control panel assembly                 *             Control cabinet assembly
*             Pushbutton console assembly   *             Multi-phase circuit wiring
*             PLC knowledge
*             Conduit & wireway install            
                                                *             Control circuit wiring


The results of these tasks must represent quality workmanship, compliance with customer and specifications, and must comply with any applicable codes (NEC, CSA, UL.).  Specific tasks involved in specification compliance include correct conduit fills, proper wire sizing, and utilization of standard or non-standard parts to meet customer needs.
 
  1. General mechanical skills and proficient use of handtools are necessary for performing the following tasks:

*             Structural assembly                        *             Mechanical drive assembly
*             Fluid control assembly                   *             Guard and cover assembly
*             Mechanical assembly                    
               
The results of these tasks must represent quality workmanship, neatness and acceptable efficiencies.

*An understanding and proficient use of skills are necessary to perform machine debug; program debug; PLC programming; troubleshooting three phase and single phase electrical circuits; and equipment set-up.  Specific tasks involved with the troubleshooting details of the job include "I/O" checks, set-up support for project engineers, and, based on the associates abilities and equipment competence, project set-up team leadership.
 
  1. The understanding and proficient use of skills are necessary to perform quality assurance checks for the Blue Books.

  1. The position requires an unquestionable accuracy on documentation skills that includes labor reporting, material issue/returns, material moves, and material scrap reports.
 
  1. The position requires an understanding of inventory re-ordering policies that includes "KanBan".
 
  1. Appropriate preparation of equipment for shipment including, but not limited to, machine teardown.



EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

1.            Associates degree in Electro/Mechanical Technology for advanced placement or applicable experience.

2.            Five years of applicable experience for advanced placement.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

1.            Proficient and appropriate use of hand tools and light bench tools.

2.            Understanding of simple to moderately complex mechanical systems. The general knowledge will advance naturally with added exposure to the requirements of the job.

3.          General working knowledge of electricity. The general knowledge will advance naturally with added exposure to the requirements of the job.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear.  The employee frequently is required to use hands to finger, handle, or touch objects, tools, or controls.  The employee is frequently to stand, and walk.  The employee also regularly required to reach above their shoulders, bend, and climb.

The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds, regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, and frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and distance vision.

 

 

Special Notes/Instructions
Multiple Openings and Orientations Being Held Every Monday!
Contact Information
608.268.5390 HR@SRincStaffing.com
Job Summary
Start Date
ASAP
Employment Term and Type
Regular, Full Time
Hours per Week
40 - 50
Required Education
Open
Required Experience
Open
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