Machine Assembler/Electrical I
1. Assemble machines using setup sheets and blueprints. 2. Enter active and indirect time for specific tasks. 3. Complete mechanical assembly on small bench machines and other assemblies as required. 4. Build electrical/instrumentation panels and complete wiring and troubleshooting. 5. Complete testing of final products and remove possible errors. 6. Pack the final products including using a fork truck. 7. Complete various tasks on cabling and electronic mounting using specific tools. 8. Maintain ESD Standards while working on machines. 9. Wire machines using point-to-point diagrams.
Job requires the ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide numbers including decimals and fractions. Simple reference use of formulas, charts, shop prints, specifications and computer scanning devices 1. Ability to read, write and apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written and oral form. 2. Ability to work with little direct supervision. 3. Ability to deal with problems involving standardized situations. 4. Ability to communicate and work with others. Machines, Tools, Equipment and Work Aids which may be representative but not all inclusive of those commonly associated with this position: Personal computer/terminal, common application software, grinder, labeler, crane hoist, forklift
How to apply
Sunnen Products, St.Louis Kurt Kallaus email@example.com