Responsible for layout, assembly, and testing of various mechanical devices and complete systems according to blueprints, written or verbal specifications with minimal supervision.
Build and troubleshoot various mechanical devices and/or complete systems using ambiguous or incomplete documentation/designs and verbal specifications with minimal supervision.
Complete alignment and accuracy checks using laser measurement and ball bar devices.
Coordinate the manufacture of assigned systems/projects.
Complete advanced troubleshooting.
Recommend design improvements and process changes with limited supervision.
Document changes and make improvements on blueprints and BOM’s.
Provide occasional field service support.
Train and guide Mechanical Assemblers I and II as required.
Complete special projects as required.
Technical school graduate in related field or equivalent technical training.
Ability to work from blueprints, layout drawings, sketches and verbal instructions required.
Proficient in the use of hand power tools and basic measuring devices.
Experience using machine tools such as lathes and mills very desirable.
Experience reading and wiring to electrical schematics a plus
Ability to operate a forklift.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
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