Assembly Shop Technician III

Job Description: This position is for an experienced Electro/Mechanical Assembly Technician for assembling automation equipment and systems that meet customer requirements.

Company General Expectations:

Follow all company policies and procedures.
Follow all safety precautions and procedures.
Maintain good work ethics.
Arrive at work on time.
Work as a team and independently to meet deadlines and achieve results.
Work overtime including weekends as necessary to meet targeted project completion dates.
Capable of lifting, sitting, standing, bending, getting into tight spaces, etc.

Technical Requirements:

Must have 5 years of automation assembly experience.
Good personable skills when dealing with co-workers and customers.
Leadership and systematic planning skills a must.
Good troubleshooting skills a must.
Must perform quality workmanship at all times.
Must be organized and familiar with working in a professional high paced environment.
Must be familiar with quality precision assembly techniques
Must be able to use accurate measuring tools such as calipers, gauge blocks, gauge pins, micrometer, scale, height gauge, etc.
Able to perform mechanical assembling using CAD generated assembly drawings and BOM's.
Experienced in reading detailed part drawings.
Experienced in using pneumatic schematics for assembling automation machinery.
Experienced with installing and wiring electrical components using Electrical diagrams and I/O list
Experienced with proper drilling and tapping techniques.
Experienced with proper hardware selection and installation procedures
Capable of properly using hand and power tools
Using a computer to look up job related information on different applications. Solid Works, Excel, Word, Web, etc.
PLC changes and vision system adjustments

Required Duties and Task (not limited to)

Assist co-workers with problem solving and assembly issues
Assist engineering with proto-type work and testing theories
Project Team leader capable of managing assembly projects and leading a small team.
Perform mechanical assembly of automation machinery using CAD generated assembly drawings, BOM's, PO's, verbal and written instructions etc.
Perform drilling and tapping using a mag-drill and by hand.
Routing and harnessing of pneumatic tubing and electrical wiring so that no damage occurs during motion.
Labeling pneumatic tubing electrical wiring per schematics, diagrams and I/O list
Identify and resolve problems that impede the timely set-up and assembly of machinery
Fluent in problem solving issues related to assembling and operating automation machinery.
Fluent in safely starting up and troubleshooting new machinery
Experienced with debugging problems with individual stations and system issues.
Experience with optimizing automation machinery
Making machine station adjustments to operate properly
Maintain assembly shop documentation
Perform service calls and new machine install