- Assembles parts to specifications and drawings utilizing proper tools and equipment to meet time and quality standards.
- May need to remove small quantities of metal with hand files and scrapers to produce required fit between parts.
- Ensures parts used in assembly are correct, functional and of high quality.
- Inspects assembled parts for zero defects.
- Informs supervisor of parts not in tolerance.
- Looks for assembly or process improvements that result in increased quality and/or productivity.
- Assists in development and maintenance of assembly methods, including assembly drawings, bill of materials and written procedures.
- Seeks out additional duties when needed.
- Demonstrates cooperation and teamwork with co-workers, management, and outside contacts.
- Makes proper use of equipment and tools for assembly and inspection.
Education/Experience: High school graduate with five years of related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must be able to analyze and resolve assembly issues – a good problem solver.
Skills: High Mechanical/Electrical aptitude, Microscopy
Training: OSHA Right to Know and Quality management system orientation.