Electro-Mechanical Assembler

Augmentation, Inc.
Gaithersburg, MD
Dec 07, 2018
Dec 10, 2018
Accountant, IT
Full Time
Position: Electro-Mechanical Assembler/Assembly Technician Location: Gaithersburg, MD Shift: 1st shift Job Responsibilities for Electro-Mechanical Assembler: Assembles and performs full testing of complex electrical and mechanical systems and subassemblies with involved circuitry and precise electro-mechanical components, using common hand and power tools and electronic test equipment. Builds complex equipment from assembly instructions, blueprints, engineering sketches and/or verbal instruction, with little or no supervision. Performs operational testing of electrical and mechanical assemblies and systems using test and measurement equipment. Performs complex troubleshooting of electrical and mechanical assemblies and systems using test and measurement equipment. Complies with acceptable quality standards using appropriate manufacturing practices and methods. Assists in training of others in the Department and gives on-going guidance; provides supervision in the absence of department management. Processes paperwork (move tickets, work hours, test data sheets, etc.) in a timely manner. Selects and uses appropriate hand and proper tools and electronic test equipment. Key Words: Electro-Mechanical Assembler, EM Assembler, Assembly Technician, Assembler, Production Assembler, Manufacturing, Electronic, Electrical, Mechanical, Test Technician, Tester, Fabricator, Building, Blueprints, Drawings, TestingMinimum Qualifications for Electro-Mechanical Assembler: Must have knowledge of mechanical and electrical assembly techniques and a moderate understanding of electronics. AA Degree and two (2) or more years of related experience or High School diploma and four (4) or more years related Must be able to communicate effectively and read and write effectively. Proficient in use of hand and power tools and electronic test equipment Demonstrated ability to read blue prints. Ability to lift various items from floor to bench height in the course of assembly activities (50 pounds). Ability to differentiate colors (ie, working components)