Electrical Assemblers build high value proprietary products as indicated by the build book. Assemblers follow drawings and use experience to interpret plans, however not all electrical specs are fully documented. Must be precise and accurate in completing electrical requirements of the product. Each customer order involves a certain amount of customization, so no two machines are identical (unless ordered by one customer to be operated in sequence).
· Works on assemblies/projects on one or more product lines.
· Uses common electrical assembly tools and related functions in an efficient manner. This includes but is not limited to: wire cutters, tube benders, conduit benders, ??, etc.
· Assembles and troubleshoots knockout boxes, panels, wiring harnesses and wire terminations.
· Employs proper electrical safety techniques. (Mostly low voltage operations, but some high voltage)
· Applies wiring methods and materials to form conduits.
· Sets and tests electrical switches, valves, pressure limits and machine settings.
· May build sub-assemblies that are incorporated into finished product.
· Demonstrates ability to read basic blueprints or schematics. Redlines drawings to submit to engineering.
· Demonstrates understanding of machine logics, motors and drives.
· Labels wiring to make trouble shooting possible during assembly and for the customer.
· Uses and is able to properly read measuring equipment to verify part or assembly quality.
· May use assembly electrical test equipment, including but not limited to: voltmeters, mulitmeters, etc.
· May run air and lube lines per specifications.
· Performs shakedowns, teardowns and punch list items for machines.
· Demonstrates familiarity with IFS and shop order structure/build sequences.
· Signs off on buy-off book documentation which he or she performed.
· Checks and troubleshoots each electrical set-up to prep machine for customer buy-off.
· Always applies lock-out tag-out procedures.
· Other duties as assigned.
· Minimum of a High School Diploma or equivalent.
· Electrical aptitude and experience. Some formal training as an electrician is required. Attention to detail is necessary.
· Ability to work in a team environment, which includes communicating effectively with team members and support staff, being self-motivated, accepting responsibility for one’s own work, and actively participating as a team member in a proactive manner.
PHYSICAL/MENTAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS:
· Work schedule generally consists of 40 hours per week, which may include on-call status, evenings, and/or weekends.
· Physical demands vary.
· 40 lb limit on lifting without forklift or assistance.
· Must wear a harness if climbing >6’ off shop floor.