Duties and Responsibilities
  • Assemble, build, and modify rack, cabinet, and enclosure assemblies per drawing specifications using various hand tools.
  • Maintain inventory of raw materials, hardware, and tooling.
  • Performs complex point-to-point wiring and harness assembly, chassis back plane wiring following schematics, drawings, notes, specifications, harness boards, and/or models.
  • Setup work environment to maximize efficiency.
  • Maintain clean and safe working conditions at all times.
  • Solders to commercial specifications.
  • Uses hand and power tools competently.
  • Has ability to follow procedures.
  • Ensures compliance with IS0 9001 Quality Management System.
  • Works with limited supervision.
  • Other duties may be assigned that are not outlined within this job description.

Skills and Experience

  • 3 years related mechanical assembly experience.
  • 2 years of wiring experience.
  • Demonstrated ability to solder.
  • Ability to read and follow schematics, drawings and other written work instructions.
  • Requires ability to stand, crouch, stretch, and lift as required.
  • PC literacy and excellent communications skills are preferred.
  • Previous machine shop experience desirable.


High School Diploma in General Studies

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