Assembly Technician (Oregon)
The Assembly technician is responsible for constructing small module assemblies and testing to ensure product quality. Assembled items include punches, cut-offs, material guides, hydraulic presses, etc. that will be used on custom designed metal forming equipment.
This position covers all aspects of assembly from reading prints, gathering parts & hardware, assembling, testing, and measuring. Units that are out of specified tolerances are submitted for re-work. Extensive knowledge is needed to ensure proper part handling and conditioning to avoid unintentional damage.
KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:
- Locate & gather parts needed for assembly.
- Perform test fitting of piece parts.
- Verify proper assembly by analyzing the print and conducting precise measurements.
- Communicate with Shop Foreman, Engineers, and Machine Shop to ensure parts are properly reworked in a timely manner.
- Maintain a clean and organized work area.
- Adherence to company safety protocol is required.
REQUIRED SKILLS AND TRAITS:
- Basic computer skills: Email, Computerized time tracking software
- Ability to use precision tools such as hand files, air grinders, torque wrenches and calipers.
- Capable of taking accurate measurements.
- Ability to read blueprints.
- Solid math skills needed.
- A desire to solve problems in an environment with limited procedures.
- Understand and follow written and verbal instruction.
- Able to give clear instruction and guidance.
- Ability to work well with others.
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Basic welding skills.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS & WORK ENVIRONMENT:
- Twisting, turning, reaching, and bending.
- Must be able to lift up to 50# occasionally during the day.
- Standing for extended periods of time.
- Overtime may occur occasionally, including weekends.