• Perform manufacturing tasks such as loading and unloading of machinery and operation of non-CNC equipment, gluing and clamping machines, painting equipment, simple test and measurement equipment and oil filling equipment as examples.
• Assemble or disassemble parts or units; position, align, and fasten units to assemblies, subassemblies, or frames, using hand tools and power hand tools per product specifications or as directed.
• Measure and adjust parts using measuring instruments such as scales, calipers and micrometers.
• Inspect, verify, and document quality criteria during manufacturing to ensure that units meet exact specifications, tolerances, and customer order requirements.
• Connect, crimp, solder and braze internal leads and product wiring according to specifications using electrical and mechanical equipment such as pneumatic tools and electric and gas torch brazing.
• Wrap, tape or insulate leads and wires according to work instructions.
• Perform electrical tests to confirm proper wiring and insulation per specification.
• Read prints, Bill of Materials, specifications and work instructions to determine proper component parts for processing, assembly and installation.
• Disassemble units to replace parts or to package units for shipping.
• Fabricate wooden parts, fixtures and packaging for delivery of units to customer.
• Operate proper equipment to perform vacuuming, oil filling, and recovery correctly and safely.
• Clean and lubricate parts and subassemblies as required.
• Safely move, handle and store materials without damaging items.
• High school education or equivalent, plus two years’ experience, or equivalent education, training and experience.
• Developed mechanical or technical skills.
• Experience using various hand and power tools.
• Must be able to read manufacturing drawings/specifications, prints or work instructions.
• Developed math and practical geometry skills.