The purpose of the Mechanical Assembler is to promote the growth and profitability of the company by ensuring all fabricated components meet and exceed the quality requirements as set forth by the company, achieve the highest possible efficiency on all work using advanced fabrication techniques, while adhering to the AS9100D standard
Roles and Responsibilities
Responsible to maintain a safe, neat and orderly work area.
Responsible for daily clean-up of area and equipment.
Required to have proper and accurate entry into the data collection system.
Responsible for the organized storage, installation, and maintenance of all tooling used in the fabrication area.
Must be able to correctly identify and utilize proper tooling that will produce quality parts
Verifies conformance of workpiece to specifications using calipers, square, rules, and measuring tape.
Responsible to check own work and compare with approved drawings, request first piece approvals as well as final inspection on parts produced.
Responsible to operate fabricating machines including but not limited to presses, saws, rolls, routers, and drill presses.
Assist other departments and perform other related or non-related duties as assigned.
Level 2 Responsibilities
All responsibilities of a Level 1 in addition to responsibilities listed below.
Must be able to set up and operate a variety of machines
Develops layout and plans sequence of operations, applying knowledge of tolerances set forth by engineered drawings.
Designs, constructs, and documents templates, jigs, and fixtures.
Must be able to use taps and dies with the appropriate drill sizes in order to produce quality, functioning threads.
Meet and Maintain Level 2 Qualifications
Level 3 Responsibilities
- All responsibilities of a Level 1 and 2 in addition to responsibilities listed below.
- Train Level 1 and 2 employees when directed.
- Calculate flat patterns, inspect parts in the flat, and be able to identify and troubleshoot any program issues in communication with the engineer.
Responsible for the fabrication and assembly of products out of raw stock material while complying with engineered drawings.
- Perform basic operations and make good use of machine tools associated with fabricating shops including but not limited to radial arms, Bridgeport’s, and lathes.
- Must be able to work with Assembly to accomplish basic tasks including but not limited to stenciling, sealing, and fastening,
- Conduct First Piece Inspections for department as required
- Meet and Maintain Level 3 Qualifications
- Troubleshoot and Solve problems as needed for level 1 and 2 employees
- Provide input to supervision into performance evaluations for Level 1 and 2 employees.
- As Needed, complete the duties of the department Lead or Mentor
Qualifications and Education Requirements
1+ Years of Experience
Able to meet goals and objectives under direct supervision.
Basic Understanding of Blue Prints and processes.
Ability to use basic hand tools.
Ability to use power tools.
Identification and installation of hardware.
Level 2 Qualifications
3 to 5+ Years of Experience
Able to meet goals and objectives under general supervision
General understanding of Blue Prints and Understands the Majority of processes/equipment in the department
7 to 10+ Years of Experience
Able to meet goals and objectives under minimal supervision
Expert Understanding of Blue Prints and All Processes/Equipment in the department
Prints and Layouts certification.
High school diploma or GED
Fork lift training
The physical environment requires the employee to work both inside and outside in heat/cold, wet/humid, and dry/arid conditions. Frequently required to use personal protective equipment to prevent exposure to hazardous materials.
May be requested to work overtime and weekends as needed.
Safety Glasses, Durable pants, and Steel Toe Shoes/Boots are required to be worn at all times. Hearing protection, safety gloves, high visibility vests, and other PPE to be provided on an as needed basis.
No loose clothing is permitted on the shop floor.
Work involves considerable stooping, bending, walking and standing.
The ability to talk, listen, and speak clearly
The ability to lift and/or carry equipment/objects greater than 50lbs.
Ability to safely and successfully perform the essential job functions consistent with the ADA, FLSA and other federal, state, and local standards, including meeting quantitative and/or qualitative productivity standards.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $17.00 - $25.00 per hour
- 401(k) matching
- Dental insurance
- Disability insurance
- Health insurance
- Life insurance
- Paid time off
- Referral program
- Retirement plan
- Tuition reimbursement
- Vision insurance
- High school or equivalent (Preferred)
- Assembly Experience: 1 year (Preferred)
- Mechanical Knowledge: 1 year (Preferred)