Top Assembly Technician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Assembly Technician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Assembly Technician resumes they appeared on. For example, 22.3% of Assembly Technician resumes contained Small Parts as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Assembly Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Assembly Technician resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Small Parts

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Here's how Small Parts is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Soldered small parts to a circuit board using a solder gun and small wire pieces to secure small components.
  • Assembled small parts and components using a microscope and specialized jigs, fixtures and hand tools.
  • Updated back orders for reconstruction of small parts area consisting of over 10,000 parts.
  • Fabricate large and small parts per drawing specifications and collated components for assembly.
  • Handled and assembled small parts and instruments on a daily basis.
  • Fabricated large and small parts according to documented procedures and drawings.
  • Handled small parts very carefully and accounted for all components.
  • Well versed in assembly of large and small parts.
  • Performed soldering on small parts for electrical wiring.
  • Stocked small parts racks in work area.
  • Work with small parts, hand tools, such as tweezers, forceps, and electric hand drills.
  • Moved heavy loads operating a crane, tag lines, and tape barriers Assembled small valves, small parts.
  • Worked with PC Board Fabrications and small parts .
  • Inspected small parts to insert barrens into pistons Maintain quality to assure for production Attended Diversity training
  • Build fabricating machines using blueprints and schematics.Set up, test and run built machines.Fabricating of small parts.Run electrical and pneumatics.

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2. Production Goals

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Here's how Production Goals is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Assembled equipment according to established procedures to ensure that production goals and customer requirements were satisfied.
  • Record daily production goals into computer system, adjusting customer order completion.
  • Promoted from packaging assembly to manifesting for exceeding production goals.
  • Team member responsible for exceeding daily/monthly/quarterly production goals.
  • Attained/exceeded all weekly/monthly/quarterly production goals.
  • Maintained daily production goals, meeting scheduling requirements, and handled discrepancies affecting production activities for safety within the work area.
  • Assemble excavator, with emphasis on meeting production goals and following strict safety guidelines, while producing a quality product.
  • Collaborate directly with other departments in order to ensure and maintain quality, delivery, and production goals and standards.
  • Reviewed 5S audits of assigned work area and maintained organization to ensure production goals were met without interruption.
  • Excel at team building by assisting co-workers as needed to accomplish team production goals by set deadlines.
  • Worked in fast paced environment with a team of assemblers to make production goals weekly.
  • Relied on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish project or production goals efficiently.
  • Exceeded or met all production goals, while following Dell's strict quality guidelines.
  • Involved in daily meetings to discuss production goals, status and quality issues.
  • Performed assembly functions complying with company standards while meeting or exceeding production goals.
  • Move product to next phase in manufacturing process meeting daily production goals.
  • Paced work efficiently to meet or exceed production goals for the month.
  • Exceeded production goals by up to 150% during operation.
  • Supported wheel department team to achieve daily production goals.
  • Planned and paced work efficiently to meet production goals.

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3. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Participated in company training, followed work and safety procedures.
  • Trained in safety procedures and warehouse/ shipping and receiving procedures.
  • Trained in hazardous chemical and safety procedures.
  • Follow safety procedures and regulations, including wearing special protective gear and disposing of materials as regulated by law.
  • Maintain high level of safety throughout work period such as cleanliness, safety procedures and work wear., etc.
  • Assisted in safety meetings, and trained in safety procedures for the good of the company.
  • Follow all plant safety procedures and use all applicable personal protective equipment (PPE).
  • Trained and demonstrated equipment operations, safety procedures, and company policies to new employees.
  • Followed and maintained the use of safety procedures and standard work.
  • Ensured safe working conditions and adherence to all safety procedures.
  • Adhere and comply with all company quality and safety procedures.
  • Follow safety procedures that need to be adhere during work.
  • Assisted in creating shop safety procedures and inventory lists.
  • Trained new employees on assembly and safety procedures.
  • Displayed attention to safety procedures and policies.
  • Followed company's policies and safety procedures.
  • Implemented cost saving and safety procedures.
  • Followed and abided by all safety procedures and protocol detailed by company.
  • Assist in removal of crystals from the furnaces to include furnace maintenance cleaning and preparation Ensure proper furnace safety procedures are followed
  • Operate hand tools to assemble commercial lawn mowers on an assembly line, Follow safety procedures

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4. Assembly Line

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Here's how Assembly Line is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Determine conditions impeding flow of work on motor vehicle assembly line and notify responsible personnel that corrective action was necessary.
  • Updated inventory data while distributing product on forklift to appropriate areas in factory including assembly lines and storage areas.
  • Followed assembly production processes and monitored assembly line to ensure the correct assembly and packaging of finished product.
  • Preform assembly line and finished product auditing and effectively communicated problems and solutions to management and employees.
  • Operate automated equipment on assembly line which manufactures diesel and natural gas powered engines.
  • Maintained product quality in a fast-paced environment without compromising efficiency on the assembly line.
  • Modified existing assembly lines or workstations as required to accommodate manufacturing demands.
  • Assembled parts for heavy equipment machinery excavators on assembly line.
  • Communicated with colleagues to ensure the assembly line operated efficiently.
  • Performed assembly line operations in a team environment.
  • Utilized basic operating procedures for assembly line continuity.
  • Operated automated equipment on an assembly line.
  • Constructed Honda instrument clusters on assembly line
  • Used many manual and power tools in an assembly line to construct a specific stage of refurbished industrial and commercial dishwashers.
  • Gained skills in assembly of hydrogen fuel cells, including electrical wiring/testing, experience with laser welding and robotic assembly lines
  • Assemble upper control panels for electric stoves by using different air tools and guns while on fast pace assembly line.
  • Operate equipment on assembly line including machines such as presses, welders, straighter press, and balancing equipment.
  • Assigned to an assembly line, follow up the required work instructions that will render a World Class product.
  • Assisted in the breakdown and reconfiguration of the main assembly line for adjustments in production output and efficiency.
  • Accelerated processes on the assembly line by observing bottleneck areas and meeting with management to create new processes.

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5. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Use of hand tools and read build instructions as well as filling out production forms, and parts requests, etc.
  • Fasten parts together using simple hand tools, with bolts, screws, speed clips, rivets, or other fasteners.
  • Assembled and wired electrical controllers based off blue prints and wiring diagrams using soldering irons and various hand tools.
  • Job Duties is to be Proficiency using a variety of hand tools to assemble and repair large mechanical assemblies.
  • Install various parts such as drive motor, axles and engines using hand tools, jacks, and cranes.
  • Assemble, drive, test, and inspect tractors using various different air, power, and hand tools.
  • Perform bench-type processes to complete mechanical and electrical assemblies and sub-assemblies using hand tools, electronic and pneumatic tools.
  • Align, fit, and/or connect components using fixtures, measuring instruments, hand tools, or power tools.
  • Assembled, buffed, refurbished and repaired business phones and processors by using many hand tools and chemicals.
  • Used hand tools such as cutters, strippers, tweezers, calipers, pliers, and feeler gauges.
  • Used basic hand tools and have used and have the knowledge on using pneumatic tools and hydraulic tools.
  • Assemble finished product to specifications with the use of measuring equipment, specialized hand tools, and microscopes.
  • Installed electrical wires into airbags, used hand tools or machines to fasten, adjust and assemble components.
  • Experience with hand tools, pneumatic tools, torque instruments -Basic Computer skills, - Some Forklift experience.
  • Used a variety of hand tools and assorted measurement gauges to check for correct sizing of machined pieces.
  • Assembled floor boxes, read blue prints, set up drill presses and operated air powered hand tools.
  • Assemble sub parts Correctly and safely used a variety of hand tools to carry out job duties.
  • Worked with small hand tools such as DeWalt Router, Die Grinder, Drills, Electric Saw.
  • Used drill press, chop saws, hand tools, oscilloscope, Voltmeter, heating gun etc.
  • Operated wheel loaders, lift trucks, overhead cranes and all types of power and hand tools.

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6. Circuit Boards

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Here's how Circuit Boards is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Test machinery, performing tasks such as installing updated circuit boards or additional memory per customer requests for customization.
  • Operated automatic and semi-automatic machines to position, solder and clean prescribed components on printed circuit boards.
  • Assembled circuit boards and components with operation of valuable machinery operating on Linux systems Skills & Qualifications
  • Programmed circuit boards according to manufacture specifications by implicating proper industry procedures.
  • Soldered components onto circuit boards and assembled finished instruments
  • Assembled printed circuit boards for seismic acquisition systems
  • Provided quality assurance over circuit boards.
  • Assembled electronic components onto circuit boards
  • Job duties included assembling led boards and signs to include the circuit boards, cooling fans, circuit breakers and relays.
  • Prepared materials with lamination, in the Coat and Print department/clean room, prior to materials being printed as circuit boards.
  • Assembled various electronic devices such as circuit boards, medical UVC radiation emitting units and PEP Station electric car chargers.
  • Mount assembled components such as transformers, resisters, capacitor, integrated circuits, and sockets on printed circuit boards.
  • Solder components to circuit boards according to documentations and prints, either by surface mount or through hole or both.
  • Assembled, packaged, and shipped a high volume of circuit boards* Renovated and maintained buildings on an 11-acre industrial property
  • Conducted ring out, final test, and operable certification of printed circuit boards before their installation into final assemblies.
  • Moderate soldering skills used to solder wires and other components onto circuit boards for weather balloons carrying electronic equipment.
  • Hand Solder circuit boards, test or assembly finish product and inspect my finish product when it's done.
  • Solder mounting of parts, jumpers, and wires to circuit boards according to verbal or work panel instructions.
  • Installed small components and digital equipment for fish finders controls and cut circuit boards, worked on automated soldering machines
  • Assembled final research and development of circuit boards, applied build of materials, and resolved parts operation.

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7. Final Inspection

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Here's how Final Inspection is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Perform final inspection and calibration on sleep respiratory therapy equipment prior to shipping.
  • Performed adjustments, final testing and final inspection to meet engineering specifications.
  • Performed final inspection, documentation and verification of packaging for finished products.
  • Performed final inspection utilizing x-ray inspection technology of completed devices.
  • Operated robotic welder / final inspection of automotive engine cradle
  • General quality control before axle final inspection process.
  • Verify parts are completely assembled and final inspection.
  • Performed final inspection before shipment to customer.
  • Assembled these composites and other sub-assemblies to produce top level drawing and prepared for shipping after multiple in-process and final inspections.
  • Ensured cable quality by inspecting before final inspection audit to ensure the cable assembly process was done efficiently and correctly.
  • Performed at a top level in areas that included body, chassis, paint, trim, and final inspection.
  • Worked as quality control inspector performing in-line and final inspections in both the main assembly building and FACO.
  • Worked in shipping and final inspection before being moved to production assembly and acted as rapid response personnel.
  • Do cable dress and add various components to the systems before Final Inspection and Pack and purge.
  • Assisted in final inspections on production units in preparation for government inspector and final ship out.
  • Perform quality control and inspection of all parts from defect free assembly prior for final inspection.
  • Communicate between each station to ensure product does not reach final inspection damaged or incomplete.
  • Performed operations in PC manufacturing including kitting, enhanced post testing, and final inspection.
  • Perform print testing, final inspection via microscope, and prepare final assemblies for shipment.
  • Performed final inspection and certification of each device which met all company and FDA requirements.

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8. Trouble Shooting

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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Job details include following customer specifications to produce quality enclosures, quality assurance, trouble shooting and producing daily quotas
  • Perform technical trouble shooting and diagnostics of mechanical and electrical components and control mechanisms.
  • Trouble shooting for mechanical and electrical malfunctions.
  • Performed after hours trouble shooting of defective parts and components while performing the maintenance requirements necessary to correct the problem.
  • Travel to doctors' locations for installation and testing or trouble shooting of lumbar and/or cervical devices.
  • Used air lined tools and hand tools, some trouble shooting and repair as necessary.
  • Trouble shooting of custom systems during manufacturing, setup and customer run off of systems.
  • Light welding, help with advertising, and deliveries, and trouble shooting.
  • Tested and trouble shooting was done by visual inspection to the component level.
  • Travel Domestic and international for trouble shooting and repairing our Butterfly Valves.
  • Circuit board level electronic repair, soldering techniques, and trouble shooting.
  • Utilized skills in trouble shooting, time management and peer leadership.
  • Trouble shooting of products on assembly line to include quality control.
  • Trouble shooting and repair of welding systems and all related components.
  • Trouble shooting, Problem solver, minimum supervision Reaching monthly goals.
  • Trouble shooting areas that fell behind and equipment that was faulty.
  • Trouble shooting and management of incorrect parts and procedures for department.
  • Trouble shooting and correcting errors to ensure quality of the product.
  • Trouble shooting, Communication with management and Inspection personnel.
  • Trouble shooting the malfunction at any station of production.

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9. Electrical Systems

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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Repair of electrical systems and components using electrical schematics.
  • Prepare and install internal and external components for industrial air purification systems, electrical systems, and drainage systems.
  • Implemented wiring diagrams to assemble Block 2 and 3 Apache aircraft avionics and electrical systems.
  • Assemble, test, & tune the Mechanical & Electrical Systems on our Automated Machines.
  • Assembled and installed components of School Bus heating, air-conditioning, and electrical systems.
  • Use Knowledge of parts, installation hydraulic systems, electrical systems, blueprint reading.
  • Test product checking electrical systems, assuring proper function of the tractors.
  • Hand/powered tool usage, drilling, maintenance check of electrical systems.
  • Wire in all mechanical components to work off existing electrical systems.
  • Analyzed SUV electrical systems to diagnose problems and apply solutions.
  • Tested gas, vacuum and electrical systems.
  • Assemble and install parts according to guidelines set by OMS Knowledge of hydraulics & electrical systems Blue print reading ability

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10. Quality Standards

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Here's how Quality Standards is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Provided every part meeting General Motors quality standards by thoroughly inspecting production parts before and after assembly.
  • Identified discrepancies in final manufacturing process for ammunition to verify it meets safety and quality standards.
  • Supervised teams performing paint applications to vehicles, operated test equipment to measure quality standards.
  • Collaborated with engineers to refine and enhance assembly/test procedures ensuring quality standards.
  • Perform daily product evaluation to maintain high quality standards for our customers
  • Packaged and inspected finished products to maintain company quality standards.
  • Maintain quality standards by performing in-process testing and visual inspection.
  • Ensured consistent quality standards were met for various state assembly/manufacturing contracts
  • Follow General Manufacturing Quality Standards and Good Documentation Practices.
  • Maintained cleaning quality standards throughout workload.
  • Performed inspections and maintained quality standards.
  • Assembled all parts and systems pertinent to the manufacturing process of school bus vehicles, maintaining rigorous safety and quality standards.
  • Inspected and tested parts and products, during and/or after assembly, in accordance with established guidelines and quality standards.
  • Worked with quality assurance team to create assembly QA checklists and implement quality standards in the production facility.
  • Set machine controls, according to knowledge of gluing procedures to ensure FDA quality standards are met.
  • Diagnose malfunctions and perform adjustments or repairs to axle, wheels products to meet quality standards.
  • Serve as Quality Control Inspector to ensure that products adhere to organization quality standards.
  • Keep flow of work to schedule, maintain quality standards, keep necessary records.
  • Work with team to ensure completed assemblies meet MPI product schedule and quality standards.
  • Fast paced hands on work environments while maintaining high quality standards and tight deadlines.

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11. Technical Support

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Here's how Technical Support is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Planned, scheduled and prioritized levels of technical support according to customer requirements and management direction.
  • Reviewed supplier manufacturing processes, quality systems and provided technical support during start up.
  • Provided phone technical support to end users regarding installation and use of hardware/software products.
  • Provided technical support and instrument testing and calibration for internal and external customers.
  • Provide assembly technical support and computer technical support to fellow assembly technicians.
  • Interfaced with customer during machine acceptance and technical support service.
  • Provided limited technical support as required.
  • Provided technical support and technical sales support
  • Assembled Hydraulic units and provided technical support
  • Investigated and resolved problems using resources from CISCO documentation, local suppliers, internal engineering staff, and/or technical support centers.
  • Provided on-site technical support to include installation, maintenance, and repairs of desktops, laptops, and peripherals.
  • Handle technical support calls from customers as well as travel to locations nationwide to repair equipment.
  • Provided technical support to engineering for development and build of Hip surgery instruments & Catheters.
  • Provided Technical Support for Assembly Planning, Logistics, Quality, and Engineering.
  • Supply technical support to customers who have problems with weapons or accessories.
  • Provided technical support in testing from initial state to final machine shipment.
  • Perform after hours technical support duties on a rotating schedule.
  • Managed suppliers to resolve quality issues and provided technical support.
  • Trained personnel on how to provide technical support to customers.
  • Provided technical support to engineering, production and field service.

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12. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Assisted Technical Support and Customer Service in order to ensure proper configuration of controllers.
  • Machine operator Assembling car parts Team leadership Great communication Customer service skills Computer technology
  • Delivered excellent customer service concerning all aspects of technology.
  • Provided excellent customer service including customer relations and billing.
  • Delivered customer purchases and provided quality customer service.
  • Provided face-to-face customer service during field service trips.
  • Handled money exchanges and provided excellent customer service.
  • Executed inventory audits, and provided customer service.
  • Provided excellent customer service by greeting customers.
  • Provide customers with superior customer service.
  • Perfect customer service on deliveries to gyms (Planet Fitness, Retro Fitness, Crunch Fitness, Equinox, Etc.)
  • Install cable harnesses* Build transformers into units* Read blueprints, work instructions* Shipping and receiving, assembly parts* Customer service
  • Use computer for product research, emails, schematics, and customer service.
  • Issued the highest levels of customer service to maintain existing client base.
  • Managed support system for engineers, Performed on-site customer service and maintenance.
  • Make deliveries to customer's homes and provide excellent customer service.
  • Assembled merchandise for retail stores while providing excellent customer service.
  • Delivered customer service to club members at the bakery counter.
  • Assemble and mount equipment for assembly and customer service orders.
  • Assemble Furniture, Advertising, Make Deliveries, Customer service

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13. Quality Checks

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Here's how Quality Checks is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Assembled wiring for production and coordinated safety testing for quality checks and equipment enhancements of merchandise.
  • Perform hand-over-hand sub-system quality checks.
  • Read blueprints Verify assembly kits were complete per Bill of Materials (BOM) Perform quality checks during and after assembly
  • Conduct routine quality checks on products, review performance of machine, and adhere to stringent safety codes.
  • Rotated through all the tasks in the production process and perform quality checks on products and parts.
  • Performed quality checks and documented them per the Quality Inspection Plan (QIP).
  • Performed quality checks on products and parts.-Packaged finished products and prepared them for shipment.
  • Performed manufacturing duties such as operating machines, machine maintenance, and quality checks
  • Perform quality checks on products and parts following specific written and verbal instructions.
  • Led Quality Checks on the first production run of the new product release.
  • Perform quality checks to ensure no defective parts are shipped to the client.
  • Operate all department equipment, quality checks, preventative maintenance, and minor repairs
  • Conducted quality checks to correct deficiencies and maintain compliance to regulated standards.
  • Assist with quality checks, resolving issues, and meeting production.
  • Performed quality checks on products and parts within the production process.
  • Perform functional, measurements and quality checks of finished products.
  • Performed quality checks on units as they were assembled daily.
  • Performed air test and quality checks on all units assembled.
  • Perform quality checks, preventative and minor corrective maintenance.
  • Perform quality checks of builds to ensure consistency.

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14. Clean Room Environment

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Here's how Clean Room Environment is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Set up and maintained manufacturing machinery in clean room environment.
  • Followed clean room environment procedures, and electrostatic-discharge requirements.
  • Manufactured medical component assemblies in a clean room environment.
  • Trouble shooting along with daily meetings to get the job done correctly, as a team in a clean room environment.
  • Lead Worker at the electrical test station in my department *Maintain industrial environmental standards *Worked in a clean room environment
  • Worked in clean room environment using precise material dimensions, quantities and assembly techniques.
  • Performed all assemblies in a dry/clean room environment while wearing required personal protective gear.
  • Clean and organize work area on a daily basis in a clean room environment.
  • Worked in a clean room environment wearing full-body cover up and face masks.
  • Experienced with the necessary procedures while working in a Clean Room environment.
  • Assembled gas panels for the semi-conductor industry in a clean room environment.
  • Assembled products in a Clean Room Environment for all Natural Herbs.
  • Worked in a clean room environment and followed clean room protocols.
  • Work in a clean room environment, wear required clean-room garments.
  • Work in a clean room environment and met clean room standards.
  • Assembled/Welded parts for blood separation machines in a clean room environment.
  • Position required working in a clean room environment at all times.
  • Monitor and record pressure gauges in a clean room environment.
  • Assist and operate line equipment in a clean room environment.
  • Inspected parts required for assembly in a clean room environment.

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15. ISO

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Here's how ISO is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Communicate with peers, area supervisor, and area engineer to ensure a quality product and internal/external Customer satisfaction.
  • Participated in ISO 9001:2000 quality management system certification & preparation for IS0 14001 environmental management system certification.
  • Observed all safety policies and procedures Recognized and reported defective material and equipment to shift supervisor.
  • Discussed errors in diagrams or production order with supervisor or engineer to clarify assembly problems.
  • Perform daily maintenance duties and/or notify supervisor of any equipment-related issues that may require attention.
  • Observed material stock along assembly line and notified materials-handling personnel or supervisor of impending shortages.
  • Speak effectively with employees of organizations including fellow workers, engineering staff and supervisors.
  • Follow verbal and written instructions responsible for reporting any equipment issues to leads/or supervisors.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in safety and environmental awareness in an ISO 14001 Certified Facility.
  • Facilitated training sessions with Hughes supervisory management team resulting in a seamless transfer.
  • Lead technicians and assist managers and supervisors in quality conformance and containment procedures.
  • Follow supervisor instructions and assist other team members in performing their task accurately.
  • Monitor functioning equipment and report any problems or defective conditions to Supervisor.
  • Worked in correlation with team members and supervisors to ensure customer satisfaction.
  • Report discrepancies to manufacturing self-examination, corrective action, or manufacturing supervisor.
  • Conferred with supervisor personnel to coordinate activities of individual departments within plant.
  • Provide necessary information to Supervisor on packaging performance and other issues.
  • Assist the supervisor in communicating work schedules and coordinating assignments.
  • Reorganized and reported defective material and equipment to shift supervisor.
  • Carried out regular production responsibilities as well intermittent supervisory duties.

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16. Test Procedures

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Here's how Test Procedures is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Performed testing and troubleshooting per acceptance test procedures using mechanical and schematic drawings.
  • Developed test procedures and set-ups that eliminated unnecessary man hours and accelerated production.
  • Completed assemblies with final test procedures and documentation.
  • Test rotary assemblies for continuity, Hi-pot and mega ohm to make sure they pass test procedures.
  • Diagnose malfunctions using schematics, wiring diagrams, source control drawings and other test procedures and equipment.
  • Read and interpret drawings, bill of materials, and test procedures.
  • Assisted weld shop with load test procedures and dye penetration inspections.
  • Work from schematics, engineering drawings or prescribed test procedures.
  • Provided recommendations to improve test set-up and test procedures.
  • Read routing, assembly, and test procedures.
  • Assisted with test procedures of 22,300.
  • Read schematics, blueprints, DBI to assembly and test procedures for valves actuator and composs spool.

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17. Assembly Drawings

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Here's how Assembly Drawings is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Learned hands on assembly techniques using/working with assembly drawings, blueprints and wiring diagrams to build high end architectural luminaries.
  • Follow instructions such as schematics, assembly drawings and read diagrams to determine materials needed and sequence of assembly.
  • Interpret instruction sheets, blue prints, process sheets, assembly drawings and wiring diagrams as needed.
  • Assembled metal detecting machines used in the food industry per assembly drawings.
  • Worked to Manufacturing Work Instructions (MWI) and assembly drawings.
  • Assemble food service equipment and install electrical components per assembly drawings.
  • Work from assembly drawings, parts lists, and test specifications.
  • Read, interpret and follow blueprints and/or assembly drawings.
  • Handled complicated assembly drawings with the help of seniors.
  • Worked from simple assembly drawings.
  • Read and understand basic process blueprints, assembly drawings, and electrical schematics.Read bill of materials and identify all components specified.
  • Assembled pneumatic/electrical systems Read and understood assembly drawings Followed instructions and developed accuracy skills Demonstrated attention to detail skills while reading schematics

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18. Mechanical Assembly

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Here's how Mechanical Assembly is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Executed daily security operations and electrical/mechanical assembly of various missiles from start to finish.
  • Followed appropriate methods and procedures to complete mechanical assembly of components or products.
  • Performed a wide variety of manufacturing tasks primarily in electronic and mechanical assembly.
  • Perform electrical and mechanical assembly of mechanical device including high pot testing.
  • Perform electrical and mechanical assembly of packing machinery for microwave popcorn.
  • Performed soldering, crimping Splicing, fabrication and mechanical assembly.
  • General labor, mechanical assembly, and assist with inventory
  • Tested mechanical assembly and built prototype for engineers.
  • Performed hand mechanical assembly using basic tools.
  • Complete or modify electronic and mechanical assembly.
  • Performed the mechanical assembly on the HV pulse board, power board, motherboard into chassis.
  • Perform any other duties that be assigned by mechanical assembly team leader or manager.
  • Perform a wide range of skilled, mechanical assembly operations in a production environment.
  • Assist with training on mechanical assembly technicians level 1 & 2.
  • Worked in mechanical assembly of medical products in an assembly line.
  • Coordinated the daily builds in the mechanical assembly area.
  • Performed mechanical assembly of moderate complexity of mud pumps/solids control/ centrifugal pumps/ various valve assemblies in accordance with established procedures.
  • Perform a wide variety of electronic or electro-mechanical assembly and testing operations on assemblies or sub-assemblies.
  • Worked assignments at various companies involving electrical and mechanical assembly throughout Portland and Beaverton.
  • Performed a wide variety of structure assembly, mechanical and electro-mechanical assembly operations.

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19. PCS

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Here's how PCS is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Produced PCs, switch servers, and military explosive control equipment using wiring schematics.
  • Diagnosed and repaired hardware and software failures on newly built PCs.
  • Complete assembly of PCs upon regular and custom orders.
  • Modified PCs to insure compatibility with these Instruments.
  • Repaired malfunctioned server and workstation PCs.
  • Assigned to Compaq Direct) Assembled PCs, Workstations and Server units via assembly-line method.
  • Wired electronic devices together reading schematics, for metro pcs phone towers.
  • Have cloned hard drives for clients and assemble pcs for pos team Skills Used Observation skills Quick leaner
  • Assembled motherboard, cpu and completed all wiring of desktops, laptops, and mini-pcs.

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20. Automatic Assembly Operations

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Here's how Automatic Assembly Operations is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Set up and performed hand and automatic assembly operations on components, sub assemblies and assemblies.
  • Set up and preformed hand and automatic assembly operations on components, sub-assemblies and assemblies.
  • Perform hand and automatic assembly operations on components, sub-assemblies, and assemblies.
  • Tested ready cells using cyclers.Set up and performed hand and automatic assembly operations on components, sub-assemblies and assemblies.

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21. Setup

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Here's how Setup is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Performed routine equipment setup verifying proper operation of factory machines within acceptable standards.
  • Assemble components of exhibit based on design specifications and setup instructions.
  • Performed quality control tests and setup before delivery to customers.
  • Improved efficiency in assembly processes through optimized setup and organization.
  • Followed direction of senior technicians regarding line setup and operation.
  • Make setups and adjustments holding tolerances to blueprint specifications.
  • Perform setup and operation of highly automated assembly equipment.
  • Provided on-site computer system with Network installations and setup.
  • Calibrated and setup machines before operation.
  • Set up and operate machines, including tooling, computer setup, and troubleshooting systems.
  • Installed and setup computers for generating reports on stack gas levels within tight technical acceptance.
  • Installed the IBM Server programs, application software and setup the server operation system.
  • Received, checked out, and setup OEM equipment for integration with core product.
  • Assisted in the staging and setup for relocation of the entire repair shop.
  • Train new employees on the teams operations setup as well as company expectations.
  • Perform the setup and verification of test, equipment and process.
  • Update setup sheets with any program changes prior to use.
  • Performed delivery and setup for customers of Academy Sports.
  • Accompanied equipment to customer site for installation and setup.
  • Provided initial setup for new Portland, OR facility.

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22. CNC

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Here's how CNC is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Build CNC machines, Quality Control machines, wire machines, test machines, build crates, and ship machines.
  • Worked with custom fixtures and industrial equipment (lathe, CNC Mill, etc.)
  • Operated a variety of machines including Haas CNC milling machine and CNC lathing machines.
  • Inspect parts for defects, return to CNC operators if some are found.
  • Produced rack and pinion steering gears using CNC equipment and automatic test stations.
  • Set up and operated CNC, CMM, and Metal Boring Machines.
  • Operated a wide variety of manual and automated machinery (CNC).
  • Operated CNC machines, for the grind of compressor blade assemblies.
  • Assembled and wired CNC steel fabrication equipment and control equipment i.e.
  • Performed optical centering computer numerical controlled (CNC) functions.
  • Operated CNC vertical mill, operated a laser marking machine.
  • Performed routine maintenance on CNC machines and other equipment.
  • Have also run CNC Lathe and Milling Machines.
  • Complete tear down and rebuilds on CNC grinders.
  • Drill and rivet CNC with a Siemens controller.
  • Assembled, and wired new CNC equipment.
  • Operated CNC machinery to produce quality product.
  • Machined quartz components utilizing CNC laser.
  • Miter saw and CNC operator.
  • Helped keep shipment times on track by quickly running parts through the CNC lathes, mills, and band saw.

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23. Assembly Instructions

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Here's how Assembly Instructions is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Identify and assist engineering in documenting changes in assembly instructions or material utilization.
  • Observed computer monitors above workstations to follow assembly instructions for different engine models.
  • Assist building mechanical and electrical conveyor system assemblies per assembly instructions and procedures.
  • Prepared work to be accomplished by studying assembly instructions and blueprint specifications.
  • Assisted engineers in producing assembly instructions for training other assembly operators.
  • Followed assembly instructions and utilized and accounted for proper tools.
  • Prepare work to be accomplished by studying assembly instructions, and parts lists; gathering parts, tools, and materials.
  • Read and interpret schematic drawings, blue print, work order or report to determine material requirements or assembly instructions.
  • Assisted in other areas, Skills Used LEAN manufacturing skills Study and interpret assembly instructions.
  • Prepare workstation based on requirements by studying assembly instructions, blueprints and job sheet requirements.
  • Assembled golf carts by studying assembly instructions, blueprint specifications, and parts lists.
  • Worked with Electrical Engineers and Drafters in creating assembly instructions and engineering drawings.
  • Assemble motorized pan/tilt mounts using assembly instructions, schematics and bill of materials.
  • Edit and revise assembly instructions for improvement as part of a team collaboration.
  • Assisted outside vendor prepare assembly instructions for 500 ton capacity crawler crane.
  • Required to work from assembly instructions both written and oral.
  • Assemble new farm equipment following assembly instructions and diagrams.
  • Execute set assembly instructions, in the time allotted.
  • Follow detailed assembly instructions, processes and procedures.
  • Assist assemblers with reading drawings and assembly instructions.

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24. PCB

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Here's how PCB is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Operated the wave-soldering machine as well as additional machinery used to complete PCB manufacturing process.
  • Hand soldered the PCB boards and assembled the housings for all BBC models to IPC standard 2.
  • Verified part numbers according to a bill of materials to ensure quality of the final PCB product.
  • Assemble Digital power supply & LED Resistor, Capacitor check and mount on PCB soldering.
  • Assemble Digital panel & LED testing, Resistor, Capacitor check and mount on PCB.
  • Picked up PCB board kits at Applied Vision to be completed in home office.
  • Performed assembly and calibration of digital LLI assemblies, including basic PCB soldering.
  • Tested and inspected incoming and outgoing harness and PCB while coordinating with assembly.
  • Solder cells to PCB (printed circuit board) creating soft pack.
  • Build in PCB in Cable inside the Proximity part for Aerospace sensors.
  • Tested and analyze rework returned cells, PCB boards and finished goods.
  • Installed/assembled PCB's relays, various cable assemblies plus programmed DOS software.
  • Build and solder Printed Circuit Boards (PCB) from schematics.
  • Experience on hand assembler PCB under microscope and rework.
  • Set up and run PCB on Selective Solder machine.
  • Perform troubleshooting and repair of charging equipment and PCB.
  • Perform advance rework on PCB assemblies using various tools.
  • Assemble PCB BDS and custom military cables.
  • Upload firmware and parameters to PCB's.
  • Wire assembly, PCB and component assembly.

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25. Surface Mount

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Here's how Surface Mount is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Established Surface Mount Technology department procedures.
  • Specialized in surface mount technology.
  • Received certification in through hole and surface mount soldering to meet TTC standards of quality in servicing civilian and military products.
  • Operated a print solder paste, surface mount component pick and place machine and flow solder oven.
  • Soldered surface mount components, tested, troubleshoot and repaired point of sale devices used by retailers.
  • Surface mounted soldering of wires and conducted various test to prove the vest will perform correctly.
  • Experienced with microscope soldering and mag light soldering for through hole and surface mount components.
  • Build boards on the surface mount machines according to CAD data for each specific board.
  • Circuit Board fabrication using techniques and equipment associated with Micro/Miniature components (Surface Mount).
  • Surface Mount machines, Contact System Machines and Team Leader for Manufacturing plant.
  • Replace both through hole and surface mount parts including fine pitch components.
  • Soldered surface mount components to boards, added wires to boards.
  • Performed inspection as well as rework in the Surface Mount department.
  • Created new documentation for new assemblies for Surface Mount Technology department.
  • Operated and programmed hydraulic band-saw, Operated surface mount machine.
  • Surface mount assembly by machine and hand for various products.
  • Hand solder varieties of through-hole and surface mount electronic components.
  • Maintain and perform preventative maintenance on surface mount equipment.
  • Assembled surface mount sub-assemblies, point to point wiring.
  • Perform complex soldering, including surface mount components.

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26. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Perform various data entry and information retrieval tasks using computerized record systems.
  • Entered production information using data entry skills production system.
  • Completed associated product tracking paperwork and data entry.
  • Performed administrative duties including data entry.
  • Completed a data entry assignment to adjust rates for a workstation changing from a 2-person build to a 3-person build.
  • Recognized by EHS manager for helping to prepare for VPP Star certification by doing data entry.
  • Performed administrative tasks to include data entry, team leader, and safety team member.
  • Write report on error and failed products, and data entry.
  • Performed data entry on products deemed not proper quality.
  • Complete paper work and data entry for shipping.
  • Assisted Accounting in filing invoices and data entry.
  • SAP & Agile used for data entry.
  • Performed data entry for various production metrics.
  • Input data entry into computer.
  • Perform tracking system data entry.
  • Light data entry work included.
  • Performed data entry using Microsoft Excel Completed required data sheets to report cleanliness verification.
  • Processed telephone orders Office - data entry, sorting and filing of various paper documents
  • Use Citrix software for data entry and personal accountability of build components.
  • Refurbish TV and Computer Monitors Test Units Data Entry, using Microsoft Excel

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27. Wire Harnesses

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Here's how Wire Harnesses is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Connected wire harnesses and terminated wire harnesses to power distribution/ power generation components.
  • Assembled and labeled wire harnesses for military and medical applications.
  • Read schematics for wiring the motor and the assembly of the wire harnesses for the heaters and boilers.
  • Installed electrical wire harnesses, fuel and hydraulic lines and parts, landing gears and flight controls.
  • Cut wire and cable to length to assemble wire harnesses as required for specific build.
  • Complete fabrication of various wire harnesses, soldering, troubleshooting and repair of malfunctioning equipment.
  • Required to inspect routing of wire harnesses and air lines along chassis.
  • Inspect purchased vendor avionic components and wire harnesses prior to install.
  • Tested and troubleshot all wire harnesses and circuit boards.
  • Build and assemble wire harnesses and other electrical components.
  • Assembled wire harnesses and inter-connect cables according to prints.
  • Make wire harnesses and solder components onto PCB.
  • Installed wire harnesses and basic wiring for controls.
  • Assemble and install wire harnesses and avionics products.
  • Route and install wire harnesses.
  • Task included assembled wire harnesses.
  • Constructed wire harnesses for various vehicles, boats, and airplanes Operated a soldering tool to assemble wires
  • Assembled and tested radiators Built, braided, tested special wire harnesses, soldered wires in connectors.
  • Assembled various wire harnesses based on the specifications of the schematics used in Honda aircrafts
  • Build and test wire harnesses, calibrate resistance ands voltage using a DMM.

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28. Inventory Control

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Here's how Inventory Control is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Organized and tracked parts carefully, and initiated several process improvements to manage inventory control.
  • Performed routine data entry transaction pertaining to inventory control.
  • Maintained shipping and inventory control records.
  • Light fabrication and inventory control.
  • Maintained clean room and production area, which also involved purchasing supplies and equipment, and establishing an inventory control system.
  • Perform all aspects of machine production process in the areas of inventory control, electrical and mechanical assembly, and hydraulics.
  • Maintain inventory control of tools, supplies in work area and parts being used in assembly using checklist.
  • Use the press machine to build respirators, accurate completion of device history records, inventory control process.
  • Utilized the warehouse inventory control system to ensure all finished goods were accounted for and counted accurately.
  • Receive, inspect parts, maintain inventory control, kit parts for various stages of assembly.
  • Monitor shipping and receiving using multiple computers, stock locations, inventory control and related activities.
  • Assisted with inventory control, shipping and receiving of all parts and finished products.
  • Plan, organize, and execute logistics activities to ensure just-in-time inventory control.
  • Preformed testing, as well as aided in inventory control of parts room.
  • Instrument assembly, shipping and receiving, order pulling, and inventory control.
  • Inventory Control picking items to fill customer orders and replenishing stock.
  • Manage stock & inventory control with accuracy with attention to detail,
  • Perform shipping, receiving, and inventory control activities as appropriate.
  • Created an inventory control system from scratch using MS Excel.
  • Utilized computer programs to maintain MS-8 inventory control.

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29. Customer Specifications

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Here's how Customer Specifications is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Tested equipment, maintained detailed documentation, and ensured conformance to customer specifications prior to shipping.
  • Iron Work* Inspected and tested completed products to verify functioning and conformance to customer specifications.
  • Perform and document visual and mechanical inspections to assure products conform to customer specifications.
  • Constructed and assembled high technological security locking mechanisms in accordance with customer specifications
  • Assembled and wired electrical panels according to schematics and customer specifications.
  • Worked with engineering drawings, customer specifications and quality control documents.
  • Developed assembly skills while monitoring quality of material per customer specifications.
  • Inspected final work according to engineering specification and customer specifications.
  • Assemble assorted components for various items as per customer specifications.
  • Test sub assemblies product according to customer specifications.
  • Wired and labeled enclosure per customer specifications.
  • Assembled ACO components per customer specifications.
  • Build POS systems to customer specifications
  • Followed company written work instructions, procedure manuals and MSDS to ensure quality of assemblies were in compliance with customer specifications.
  • Assembled and tested running tools, tubing hangars, and other tools for offshore drilling utilizing blueprints per customer specifications.
  • Inspected and labeled completed units, making sure that they met customer specifications and that they were ready for shipment.
  • Build product to conform with company and customer specifications by way of SOP's, prints, and training.
  • Machine components, assemble, and adjust tooling fixtures to generate good parts within customer specifications.
  • Assembled tools based to customer specifications and instructions from job orders turned in by field sales.
  • Assemble fuel line parts per customer specifications and company standards using robotic and manual machinery.

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30. Control Panels

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Here's how Control Panels is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Assembled and wired custom industrial electrical control panels for pump systems according to engineered specifications.
  • Manipulate valves, switches, and buttons, or key commands into control panels to start semiconductor processing cycles.
  • Populate and complete wiring of control panels for gas turbine generator starter motors and install completed product into enclosure.
  • Wire control panels and machines from work orders and prints using hand and power tools.
  • Wired control panels/top boxes/yaw motors, and participated in the testing of wind driven turbines.
  • Handled all work orders that had to do with building control panels for water pumps.
  • Programmed and tested the control panels for assurance of the quality of the panel.
  • Designed layout, Installed and wired control panels for automated production lines.
  • Audited all paperwork involving the vehicle control panels for assurance of completion.
  • Wired and assembled control panels, Burner management systems.
  • Manufactured and assembled cable harnesses and control panels.
  • Assembled FCI fire alarm control panels.
  • Assemble AC & DC control panels for each coach.
  • Assisted in the mechanical and electricalassembly of control panels.
  • Designed and assembled control panels for pump interfacing based on customer's specifications and tolerances using Autocad and CNC laser cutter.
  • Assembled Control Panels for 4.5 and 3.4 commercial Generators - Attached engine components for generators and check for quality
  • Assembled a/can control panels,assembled wire hardness in a/c units, test units to assure wired accurate.
  • Wired control panels by use of circuit and schematic diagrams for Kemet Electronics and other companies.
  • control panels and switch cabinets.
  • co-owned by Tool Time Electric)Building/wiring control panels/generators for Solar light towers and providing innovative solutions to technical problems.

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31. Production Equipment

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Here's how Production Equipment is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Ensured all production equipment was operational and performed minor repairs if necessary, and notified Maintenance if a machine failure occurred.
  • Prepared production equipment for operation by making equipment setup adjustments and loading or changing raw materials.
  • Designed and modified production equipment and set up preventative maintenance and schedules.
  • Produced and maintained operation of high speed aluminum can production equipment.
  • Prepare production equipment for operation by making equipment set-up adjustments.
  • Conducted preventive maintenance for all production equipment.
  • Operate and maintain automated production equipment.
  • Perform all duties associated with the setup of a variety of production equipment and related to produce quality parts.
  • Position is tasked with building prototypes and limited runs of production equipment for different facets of the semiconductor industry.
  • Perform production activities including: Line inspection/ clearance, cleaning, start batch, operation of production equipment.
  • Operated varies production equipment, installing wire harness at the rate of 72 cars per hour 40 Hrs.
  • Cleaned, inspected, and hand assembled Tubular accessories to Oilfield production equipment.
  • Operate power drills, hand tools, soldering and production equipment.
  • Assembled oil and gas production equipment by following blue-prints provided.
  • Operate various types of production equipment in assembly process.
  • Operated tools and production equipment to build specified product.
  • Operated and setup production equipment and fixtures.
  • Operate and set up production equipment.
  • Perform complex electro-mechanical assembly of production equipment.
  • build on materials follows blues prints, schematics and wiring diagrams.operate production equipment and various hand tools and power tools.

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32. SMT

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Here's how SMT is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Modify and solder SMT and through holes parts for electronic Board (PCI).
  • Experience soldering of SMT and Through Hole components (Fine pitch included).
  • Provided quality assurance using surface mount & through hole technique (SMT).
  • Assembled and calibrated the Ultra Print and AP series SMT screen printers.
  • Assist SMT Operator with labeling PCB before or after SMT run.
  • Complete material preparation for SMT or PTH assembly, i.e.
  • Hand soldering of SMT, fine pitch, through hole.
  • Provided full turn-key assembly of printed circuit boards, cable and wire harness assembly and testing, automated SMT and Thru-hole technologies
  • Worked in SMT area performing hand placement and skewing of components, IR reflow operation, cleaning and touch-up.
  • Inspect, solder (thru-hole) and SMT, assemble, and rework wireless digital transmitter/receiver systems.
  • Operated Wave Solder machine and SMT Reflow Oven.
  • Assembled 3rd class circuit boards utilizing CIMBridge layouts, applying SMT, PTH, J-STD-001 and IPC-A-610 standards.
  • Perform thru hole and SMT.
  • Board prep including component forming Through-hole and SMT soldering Prep harnesses and run wires on circuit boards.
  • Performed SMT & Gull-wing and Thru hole Soldering Solder wires, jumpers from point to point.
  • Wave Solder, SMT, Radial lnsertion and various Genrad Functional test machines.
  • Populated printed circuit boards with smt and thru-hole components.
  • Soldered and desoldered using SMT and thru-hole technology.
  • Solder and SMT Inspector A an A Electronics

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33. Depot

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Here's how Depot is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Hired as an assembly technician to assemble items for sale at the Home Depot stores located in Davis & Weber counties.
  • Assembled products for Home Depot, barbecue grills, patio furniture, snow-blowers, lawn mowers, etc.
  • Assembled bikes, grills, outdoor equipment, sports and exercise equipment for Academy Sports and Home Depot.
  • Assemble various items such as BBQ grills, recreational equipment, for local businesses including Home Depot and Walmart
  • Assemble and repair store merchandise including grills, mowers and patio furniture for Home Depot stores.
  • Performed assembly requirements for company accounts like Home Depot, Toys R US, K-Mart.
  • Assembled equipment for Home Depot and Academy Sports, and assisted customers in finding products/merchandise
  • Assembled grills, wheelbarrows, bikes and other equipment for The Home Depot and Wal-Mart
  • Earned a job with Home Depot while working at a store in Meridian.
  • Build items at Home Depot to keep their stores ready to serve customers.
  • Assembled grills, wheelbarrows and patio furniture for assigned Home Depot stores.
  • Go to the Academy and Home Depot stores in the area.
  • Worked in several Home Depot stores in the same day.
  • Work for home depot getting stage pieces put together.
  • Created personal relationships with Home Depot managers and employees.
  • Worked for Home Depot assembling displays in store.
  • Assemble products for the Home Depot Company.
  • Assemble products for Academy Sports and Home Depot
  • Assemble merchandise for Home Depot.
  • Worked as a vendor at various Home Depot stores in northern utah, assembling their seasonal Patio Furniture and Outdoor Power Equipment

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34. Medical Devices

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Here's how Medical Devices is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Worked on a temporary job assignment at MRI MEDICAL as a machine operator Primary responsibilities included Assembling rubber and silicone medical devices
  • Performed standardized assembly of medical devices as per technical drawings/prints according to all LH Medical guidelines for quality and safety.
  • Assemble machined parts and sub-assemblies following specific work instructions for cervical and lumbar decompression medical devices.
  • Utilized assembly and inspection equipment, mechanical/electrical assembly tooling and fixtures to manufacture medical devices.
  • Constructed medical devices and provided necessary documentation according to FDA procedures.
  • Tested electrical controls and components of medical devices.
  • Soldered and assembled serviced custom medical devices.
  • Assembled diagnostic temperature readout medical devices.
  • Assembled breathing apparatus and medical devices * Assembled with hand tools * Meet deadlines * Assembled variety of tasks * Assistant supervisor
  • Assemble medical devices in a clean room environment per FDA specifications, in process quality inspections, SPC requirements.
  • Assembled medical devices using wiring diagram (WD), bill of material (BOM) and assembly drawings.
  • Worked in a clean room environment to assemble and ensure quality of FDA medical devices to written procedures.
  • Worked with engineers, designers, QA staff, and project managers to manufacture high quality medical devices.
  • Manufacture medical devices specific to work order using engineering prints, standard work instructions, and Inspection procedures.
  • Received training on the FDA current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMP) for medical devices.
  • Conduct design verification and validation test in compliance with FDA requirements for medical devices.
  • Trained with engineers daily for the updating of changes made to medical devices.
  • Build shipping containers and pack medical devices in accordance with detailed packing instructions.
  • Analyzed data from tested medical devices to create pass/fail reports.
  • Clean room assembly technician for medical devices and supplies.

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35. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Maintained incident records and oversaw other OSHA-mandated procedures.
  • Maintained accurate documentation that met/exceeded OSHA requirements.
  • Awarded Top Line assembly production technician and always meet or exceed production expectations *OSHA Training, Forklift and Safety Trained
  • Provide management and training to all newly employed departmental trainees while maintaining OSHA established guidelines for health and safety.
  • Maintain safe working conditions in accordance with OSHA and fire codes while minimizing material and waste.
  • Maintained a clean and safe work environment meeting and exceeding all EPA and OSHA requirements.
  • Follow OSHA regulations as well as API., also follow OSI rules and regulations.
  • Complied with all company, HAZMAT and OSHA standards; maintained accident free record
  • Provided exceptional quality control of gas and electric ranges ensuring OSHA standards.
  • Follow all safety rules and regulations of company and OSHA.
  • Trained new hires on OSHA and ergonomics guide lines.
  • Operated welding equipment in compliance with OSHA regulations.
  • Gained and maintained knowledge on OSHA policies.
  • Adhere to OSHA and FMC safety regulations.
  • Complied with OSHA safety and company safety procedures, Recorded quality and productivity.
  • Worked on manufacturing line to assemble automobiles and parts Maintained OSHA certifications
  • Maintained a safe work enviorment by upholding safety regulations according to OSHA standards.
  • Experienced in final procedures and documents (OSHA and Hazmat)
  • Experienced using an Class A fire extinguisher to OSHA certification.
  • Tie and untie coils for Catheter (Endoshape production).

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36. BOM

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Here's how BOM is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Assemble Microelectronic semiconductor devices, components and sub-assemblies using BOM systems and Specification.
  • Followed step-by-step written information, passing on proper information of incoming BOM material issues to QA and Process Engineering.
  • Work as a team with Quality in accordance with the BOM and illustrations to fully understand proper builds.
  • Train Assembly Technicians on assembly of builds by use of BOM, illustration, and training from Quality.
  • Performed routing audits, BOM audits, grief report audits; conducted parts and locations audits.
  • Communicated with all necessary personnel to resolve BOM, manufacturing, methods, or quality issues.
  • Read BOM to determine what operating system and special instructions is needed before assembly.
  • Fabricated and assembled composite parts such as air docks for Bombardier aircraft company.
  • Read from BOM for instructions on how to assemble the parts.
  • Verify BOM supply list, prep kit, foaming components.
  • Performed on an Assembly line creating cables for bomb switches.
  • Checked BOM, and logged data into system as required
  • Assisted ME in establishing BOM's on all cabinets.
  • Pulled parts from stock room from BoM accurately.
  • Use of SAGE to locate all parts in accordance to BOM.
  • Read and understand the use of a BOM.
  • Work instruction, OMS and BOM.
  • Work from blueprints, procedure and BOM's Working with engineers on prototype circuit boards, and assemblies.
  • Worked in Warehouse, have understanding of shipping and receiving, computer orders to fill, BOM.
  • Interfaced with the engineers to make corrections on boms and drawings for release to the manufacturing group.

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37. Torque Wrenches

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Here's how Torque Wrenches is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Used torque wrenches, hoist, lifts and trained in rigging of straps, chains for lifting large fabricated parts.
  • Maintain dimensional accuracy on assemblies utilizing torque wrenches, fixtures, tooling, gauges, and other measuring devices.
  • Use a variety of calibrated tools; micrometer, bore kits, torque wrenches, calipers and more.
  • Install mechanical/hardware components using hand and bench power tools, torque wrenches, forklift and assembly fixtures.
  • Perform gauge measurements using calibers, micrometers, smart arm torque tools and multiple torque wrenches.
  • Used hand tools such as drills, other air powered tools, and torque wrenches.
  • Performed quality control inspections on each device using torque wrenches, blueprints, and calipers.
  • Operate hand tools, cordless tools, vibration tools, torque wrenches and hoists.
  • Utilized jib, overhead cranes, hand, power tools, and torque wrenches.
  • Used various tools such as torque wrenches, DC electric and air powered tools.
  • Maintain all specifications to meet higher standers working with air tools torque wrenches.
  • Used proper procedures and torque wrenches to ensure customer specifications.
  • Used air tools and electric tools, torque wrenches.
  • Utilized hand tools and torque wrenches to assemble components.
  • Used torque wrenches as needed.
  • Mastered the use of power tools, hand tools, and torque wrenches.
  • Inspected work with torque wrenches, precision measuring instruments, volt-ohm meters, pressure gages, and similar other diagnostic tools.
  • Performed mechanical work, using torque wrenches, hand operated and pneumatic, following the manufacturingprocedures.
  • Worked on Hydraulics based on customer order Assembly products that involved hand tools and torque wrenches.
  • Operate hand mills, use precision tools such as torque wrenches and height gages.

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38. Verbal Instructions

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Here's how Verbal Instructions is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Prepared work to be accomplished by following written and verbal instructions relating to blueprint specifications.
  • Worked projects as assigned from detailed blue prints, written and verbal instructions with little or no supervision.
  • Work from bill of materials, simple wiring diagrams, drawings, verbal instructions, and operation sheets.
  • Performed welding operations from blueprints, sketches or verbal instructions to ensure mechanical strength.
  • Solder components and wires from work sheets, monitors, or verbal instructions.
  • Can read engineering drawings as well as both written and verbal instructions.
  • Work from blueprints, harness boards print outs and verbal instructions.
  • Follow written, pictured and verbal instructions to the letter.
  • Packed the finished product for shipping, Read assembly instruction and diagrams along with verbal instructions.
  • Read work orders, followed production drawings, sample assemblies and received verbal instructions.
  • Read work orders or "methods", follows production drawings and verbal instructions or duties to be performed.
  • Operated manual Lathe Operated extruder Follows work process: work orders, production drawings, sample assemblies or verbal instructions.

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39. Assembly Procedures

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Here's how Assembly Procedures is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Complete required documentation on assembly procedures to include data entry to track history.
  • Learned and utilized assembly procedures across multiple production cells in pay-for-skill environment.
  • Adhere to equipment specific assembly procedures and complete quality assurance documents.
  • Trained new hires and explained assembly procedures/techniques to crew members
  • Implemented computer based assembly procedures using Components Maintenance Manual.
  • Assemble pharmaceutical packaging equipment according to assembly procedures.
  • Worked with engineers to employ the latest revisions and assembly procedures for all electrical equipment to optimize performance of units.
  • Report and/or investigate job handicaps such as: errors in parts, assembly procedures, tools, sequences, etc.
  • Completed structural assembly of the Dragon Spacecraft through interacting with the Engineering group to improve and modify assembly procedures.
  • Directed workers in welding, assembly, inspection and repair techniques, utilizing knowledge of assembly procedures and specifications.
  • Worked hands on with the company's engineering department to implement engineering to production assembly procedures.
  • Learned assembly procedures both manual and automatic with the usage of both conductive and non-conductive epoxies.
  • Train new employees on proper composite aircraft drilling and assembly procedures, tools and equipment.
  • Repaired and modified part forming machines for compliance with NASA and government assembly procedures.
  • Utilized Schematics, prints and technical drawings in the performance of assembly procedures.
  • Assist in training new technicians on correct assembly procedures for various AC parts.
  • Administered training in all aspects of general assembly and post assembly procedures.
  • Write assembly procedures, instruct and advise employees in their practical use.
  • Trained both new and experienced employees in new assembly procedures and techniques.
  • Provide client with visual aid to instruct correct product assembly procedures.

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40. Customer Orders

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Here's how Customer Orders is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Implemented measures to track status of customer orders digitally to reduce paperwork and increase transparency.
  • Completed daily production requirements and filled customer orders.
  • Assemble all grills, furniture and wheelbarrows as needed for customer orders or floor displays.
  • Reviewed, managed and maintained new customer orders, request and documents non-confirming database.
  • Assemble products in different location in the Twin Cities area to meet customer orders.
  • Provided customer support handling front desk customer orders and or answering phone calls.
  • Work with team members to fill customer orders and ensure on time delivery.
  • Provide assembly support to fulfill service parts for customer orders.
  • Assembled internal components of diesel engines to fill customer orders.
  • Assembled, inspected and packed medical units per customer orders.
  • Assist in the shipping and receiving of customer orders.
  • Process shipments and customer orders using computer labels.
  • Organized, packaged and shipped all customer orders.
  • Assemble customer orders on a daily basis.
  • Assemble or repair merchandise and fulfill customer orders
  • Included computer accessories in products going to customers Verified that customer orders were correct before completion
  • Filled, completed and packaged multiple customer orders to exact specifications.
  • Learned to use Oracle E-Business Suite software and Oracle Business Intelligence software to lookup and expedite customer orders by date.
  • Managed purchasing and expediting materials for customer orders to maintain tight lead time of production.
  • Job-related duties: Worked in several areas of product assembly (paintings) Packing/shipping customer orders

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41. Different Types

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Here's how Different Types is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Operated different types of electronics testing instruments.
  • Practiced sawing different types of metals for the CNC, including DE burring, Polishing, Sheet Metal and Stamping.
  • Operated different types of machines, in addition to putting on the correct parts for assembly.
  • Installed yokes on rear axles and volunteered to do containment's of different types.
  • Assembled different types of shocks (motorcycles, bicycles, cars).
  • Use different types of rivets to assemble airplane wings.
  • Assembled axles with different types of machinery and tools.
  • Follow documentations while doing different types of job tasks.
  • Handled different types if chemicals.
  • Train new employees how too assemble these different types off units also how too vac and charge them.
  • Handled hazardous material spills and fires, as well as many different types of trauma injuries.
  • Experience with measuring instruments, hi-lock and lock- Bolt grip gauges, different types of go/no-go gauges and swage gauge etc.
  • Assemble & test several different types of oil & gas pressure relief valves Certified lift truck operator
  • Iworked with Loctite and different types of adhesive.
  • tested many different types of pumps and motors.

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42. Diesel Engines

low Demand
Here's how Diesel Engines is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Install turbochargers and various other components on diesel engines for both military and civilian applications.
  • Assembled diesel engines with extensive experience in Serious Nucleus operations.
  • Installed oxygen sensors on gasoline/ diesel engines.
  • Prepare Marine diesel engines and generators for painting
  • Learned all areas of assembly and worked in various areas assembling parts on diesel engines.
  • Assembled parts on internal combustion gas/diesel engines to completion, following design print instructions.
  • Perform assigned tasks given to build Heavy and Light Duty diesel engines.
  • Worked on an assembly line manufacturing diesel engines for Chrysler Motor Company.
  • Fabricate and assemble radiator coolers for diesel engines on production line.
  • Ensured that diesel engines were properly prepared for the paint process.
  • Assembled spray jets, bearings, and valve covers in diesel engines
  • Assembled fuel injectors for diesel engines in the clean room.
  • Used hand and power tools to assemble diesel engines.
  • Assemble high-performance, marine and mid-range diesel engines.
  • Assembled parts for radiators with gas and diesel engines
  • Assemble and build marine diesel engines and generators.
  • Assembled, tested, and inspected diesel engines
  • Assembled diesel engines working on assembly line.
  • Installed diesel engines in metro coach buses.
  • Assemble and test 3126, C7and C9 diesel engines.

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43. Final Product

low Demand
Here's how Final Product is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Trim resistors to specification for final product assembly.
  • Perform assembly operations on sub-assemblies and final product.
  • Packaged/labeled final product for customer delivery.
  • Packaged final product per written specifications.
  • Form shipping groups of final products shipped to external customers and prepare assemblies for shipment or storage, as appropriate.
  • Assisted with ultrasonic testing of component castings and high pressure testing of final product before release to customer.
  • Performed final product testing, roll tests (final line testing), and test track QC.
  • Operate tools and equipment with required to create machines* Troubleshoot and mitigate problems within blueprint and final product
  • Inspect final product to airworthiness standards and issue 8130's and/or Certificate of Compliance to final product.
  • Well organized in complete builds, wiring and testing of final product before shipping to customer.
  • Assembled final production on motorcycles, ATV's, side by sides and jet ski's.
  • Performed AC & DC test to final products and assisted IQ security technicians with installs.
  • Performed final production continuity and frequency response tests (using DVM) on some systems.
  • Contributed to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed for the final products.
  • Solder surface mount and through hole parts to the board and inspect final product.
  • Checked final product quality and packaged wheels onto standard pallets.
  • Inspect final product to meet standards for quality assurance.
  • Build an inventory of sub-assemblies for final products.
  • Packaged final product prior to sterile processing.
  • Inspected final product for defects or discrepancies.

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44. Overhead Cranes

low Demand
Here's how Overhead Cranes is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Operated forklifts, overhead cranes associated warehousing equipment and computerize warehouse management system.
  • Certified to operate overhead cranes to facilitate material movement around manufacturing area.
  • Experienced in the use of air tools, pop-rivet, torque, ratchet, caulk guns and use of overhead cranes.
  • Operated overhead cranes, trolley systems, and bridges to move parts and equipment inside a manufacturing facility.
  • Operated all equipment necessary to complete job requirements (forklift, overhead cranes, etc.)
  • Assembled heavy-duty military vehicles, using overhead cranes, impact wrenches, stall guns and forklifts
  • Operated fork lifts, man lifts, overhead cranes, and other heavy equipment.
  • Rig Gearboxes and main shafts around workshop with overhead cranes and fork trucks.
  • Operated overhead cranes, mobile cranes, forklifts up to 90 tons.
  • Use of Jib Cranes and Overhead Cranes to lift equipment between locations.
  • Advanced skills in material handling equipment such as forklifts and overhead cranes.
  • Operated overhead cranes, forklifts, and all types of tools.
  • Maintained shop vehicles including forklifts, transportation tug and overhead cranes.
  • Utilized forklifts, overhead cranes, hand and power tools.
  • Operate all forklifts and overhead cranes daily.
  • Operate overhead cranes and or forklifts.
  • Use power tools and overhead cranes.
  • Operate overhead cranes and fork lifts.
  • Certified in overhead cranes and forklift.
  • Used overhead cranes and hoists.

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45. Nissan

low Demand
Here's how Nissan is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Assembled drive shafts for automotive companies such as Nissan, Toyota, Ford, GM, and Chrysler.
  • Performed inspection/rework jobs on material for use in vehicles made by Chrysler, Ford, Nissan and Honda.
  • Worked in assembly/manufacturing of suspension systems and engine cradles for Nissan, GM, and Honda vehicles.
  • Worked on Nissan vehicles, producing 500 parts per night, or around 42 an hour.
  • Inspected numerous bolsters prior to building and after building the product completely before shipping to Nissan.
  • Team member for assembly of automotive seats for the Nissan plant in Smyrna, TN.
  • Packaged, Inspected and racked parts for Ford, Chrysler, GM and Nissan
  • Assemble, install, and inspect dashboard in Nissan vehicles to ensure compliance.
  • Performed of a production technician assembling seats for the Nissan Automotive trucks.
  • Verify that all the accessories are proper install on Nissan vehicles.
  • Installed screws and glass components into glass for Nissan production.
  • Assemble parts for ford Nissan Chrysler jeep and Toyota.
  • Certified through Nissan to operate a forklift.
  • Hired to work Temporary at Nissan.
  • Helped build the engines for Nissan trucks
  • Worked on production line and did welding for assembly of axles for Nissan, Ford, GM and Isuzu.
  • Assembled floors for the Nissan Pathfinder and Infiniti
  • Produced trim and chassis for Nissan vehicles including the Titan
  • welded parts and made seats for nissan
  • Body Assemble Operate Machines Build Nissan Truck Body Clean

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46. QA

low Demand
Here's how QA is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Assemble electronic components into sub-assemblies while adhering to strict aerospace production techniques in accordance with QC/QA requirements.
  • Involved; programming, assemble, QC, testing, inspected with in QA procedure and the customer's schematic specification.
  • Perform quality assurance inspection process and repairs on trucks and trailer units prior to final QA check off and unit shipment.
  • Performed QA of own work and others and write description of defects observed on documents attached to vehicle bodies.
  • Assist with QC/QA on final assembly using micro tools such as calipers and micrometers for completed production.
  • Assisted in developing MATLAB and LabVIEW code in order to run QA checks on assembled meters.
  • Perform defined in-process inspections of product as defined in related Quality Assurance Specifications (QAS).
  • Performed as Deputy QA for shipping cages, and was Material Coordinator for this product.
  • Assemble master and/or slave cylinders using blueprints, OAI, and QAII data sheets.
  • Performed RV (Range Verification) Testing, Mini QA Test and CT Testing.
  • Performed QA/QC testing on Pacemakers-motion, laser, electrical, and temperature testing
  • Inspected projects for quality assurance using MQAS certified and QS 9000.
  • Trained new employees on safety and new machinery and QA checks.
  • Performed all QA/QC necessities to guarantee a quality product upon delivery.
  • Cross trained in QC/QA, manual machines, and fabrication.
  • Inspect materials for any rework with QA Team
  • Clean, inspect, and package parts for QA Make delivery to customers.
  • Complete parts kitting, fabrication, wiring, labeling and pre QA checks.
  • Trained through QA department to inspect incoming and outgoing parts for informalities.
  • Performed QA/QC in accordance with MIL.Spec 2000 Maintained company Zero-Defect Policy.

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47. Pallet Jack

low Demand
Here's how Pallet Jack is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Operated electrical pallet jacks to safely transport raw materials and finished products throughout the facility.
  • Assist the receiving team with unloading and stocking merchandise using forklift, reach truck, order picker or pallet jack.
  • Demonstrated ability to use a pallet jack to organize merchandise within warehouse for maximum storage and access.
  • Place completed packaged products on pallets, using pallet jacks move the wrapped pallets for loading later.
  • Use designated tools including grinders and light power tools; operate a jib crane and pallet jack.
  • Operated forklift, pallet jack, and picker to transport, stage, and store freight.
  • Packed finished assemblies for shipment and transported them to storage areas using pallet jacks and forklifts.
  • Utilize forklift, hand trucks, pallet jacks and other equipment to load and unload trailers.
  • Move / Transport material via pallet jack, forklift, or crane as needed.
  • Moved plates and other materials across station sites using a pallet jack.
  • Operated forklift, pallet jack and used different hands tools.
  • Experience operating a forklift, pallet jack & crane.
  • Operated the forklift and the pallet jack.
  • Use pallet jack and forklift if necessary.
  • Load and unload ingredients using electric pallet jack
  • Use pallet jacks, Hand fork lift.
  • Craft wooden pallet jack skids/crates to safely transport each unit to Its proper destination.
  • Assemble tie rods for F-150 trucks Coca Cola Date: 07/2003-12/2004 Night Loader Duties: Use pallet jack to pick customer orders
  • Assemble and Disassemble light fixtures Operate forklift & Pallet jack Monitored all manufacturing floor work Tracked goal attainment and deadlines
  • Operated box-wrap machinery Completed daily production requirements Packing & Shipping Operated stand-up pallet jack Recycled waste materials

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48. Caterpillar

low Demand
Here's how Caterpillar is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Performed Assembly operations to produce dependable and quality work tools for Caterpillar equipment.
  • Input data into Caterpillar proprietary computer systems for record collection and reporting.
  • Provided assembly support in the Caterpillar Fountain Inn facility assembling fuel injectors.
  • Worked on various diesel engines production lines assembling components for Caterpillar.
  • Experienced in numerous Caterpillar assembly processes and computer systems.
  • Assembled electrical panels, lights and counterweights for Caterpillar Inc. at the Building Construction Products Division, Clayton, NC
  • Worked as an Assembly Technician in the assembly of small wheel loaders in this North Carolina location of Caterpillar.
  • Worked as a Temporary associate with Phillips Staffing until I was hired permanently with Caterpillar Logistics.
  • Installed packages on Caterpillar engines as per customer request, skid alignment to engine.
  • Mastered techniques for assembling cabs for Caterpillar skid steer loaders.
  • Assembled cables for Cummings and wired pipes for Caterpillar.
  • Monitor the Caterpillar Skid Steer loader development.
  • Assembled small parts for Caterpillar brand backhoes.
  • Assembled diesel motors for Caterpillar Inc.
  • Assembled various components to Caterpillar engines with the aid of mechanical drawings, hand tools, and pneumatic powered tools.
  • assembled brake parts of diesel Caterpillar trucks, installed fuel lines and oil filters on engines
  • Assembled and manufactured large gaskets for companies such as Mack, Peterbilt and Caterpillar.
  • Assembled and inspected parts for Caterpillar Trucks Worked 8 to 16 hour shifts
  • Assemble 553C, 563C, 573C Caterpillar Wheel Feller Bunchers 2470C, 2570C.
  • Perfect score on all management reviews.While working at Caterpillar I achieved one hundred percent of quality goals while exceeding production targets.

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49. Heavy Equipment

low Demand
Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Assembled heavy equipment in accordance to manufacturer directives.
  • Assemble heavy equipment machinery for the rock crushing & screening industry according to blueprint specification and work instructions.
  • Inspect machines or heavy equipment's hydraulic pumps and motors to diagnose defects.
  • Assembled and preformed maintenance on a wide variety of heavy equipment and tractors.
  • Use various tools and equipment to build and assemble Heavy Equipment Excavators.
  • Use of powered industrial truck (fork-lift) in lifting heavy equipment.
  • Operate prime product mover for heavy equipment while still on build stands.
  • Loaded and unloaded parts and systems from commercial vehicles using heavy equipment.
  • Use of tools and heavy equipment safely and effectively.
  • Operate machinery and heavy equipment, such as forklifts
  • Use of heavy equipment hoist.
  • Identify and avoid safety hazards and safely operate heavy equipment in close proximity to others.
  • Developed team working skills by utilizing each other with heavy equipment and parts that take multiple people to lift and assemble.
  • Make wall panels for pre fab buildings, wood working, ruin nail guns and other heavy equipment.
  • build Rv and heavy equipment axle From:

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50. Drill Press

low Demand
Here's how Drill Press is used in Assembly Technician jobs:
  • Operate hand tools, portable power tools, drill press, punch press, and riveting machines to assist in assembly.
  • Operated drill press, hydraulic pipe bender, water saw, table saw, ratchet, drill and other pneumatic tools.
  • Set up and operated fabricating machines, such as brakes, rolls, shears, hand press, and drill presses.
  • Use a drill press to drill, ream and tap on jobs in which close tolerances are required.
  • Worked with shop machines such as grinders, drill presses, ban saws, and power hack saws.
  • Sign Fabrication for DOT, Maintenance, Shipping-Drill Press, Shear, Pneumatic Press, Forklift Operator, MiG
  • Operate power tools such as a router, belt sander, drill press, and disc sander.
  • Operated drill press for certain drilling of game calls Assemble racks in warehouse for storage.
  • Have experience using a lathe, drill press, mill, painting and cement work.
  • Operate machines such as horizontal lathe, mill, drill press and hydraulic test stand.
  • Machine shop operations including drill press and basic lathe, preventive maintenance on machinery.
  • Used various power tools, including drills, band saws, drill presses.
  • Used various power tools, including drills, drill presses, power staplers.
  • Drill presses, sweeper, variety of tooling, test panels.
  • Learned to use a Bridgeport milling machine and drill press.
  • Perform machine shop R&D fabrications using a BRIDGPORT, LATHE, DRILL PRESS and BANDSAWS.
  • Use drill press, table saw, and beveling machine to drill, cut and form bus.
  • Used drill press, ran a fork truck
  • Use of drill press and saw machines.
  • Operated drill press, punch press and riverting machines to assist in assembly operation.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Assembly Technician

Small Parts27.5%
Production Goals13.8%
Safety Procedures10.4%
Assembly Line9.5%
Hand Tools8.5%
Circuit Boards3.3%
Final Inspection3%
Trouble Shooting2.6%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Assembly Technician

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Small Parts
Small Parts
22.3%
22.3%
2
2
Production Goals
Production Goals
11.2%
11.2%
3
3
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
8.5%
8.5%
4
4
Assembly Line
Assembly Line
7.7%
7.7%
5
5
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
6.9%
6.9%
6
6
Circuit Boards
Circuit Boards
2.6%
2.6%
7
7
Final Inspection
Final Inspection
2.4%
2.4%
8
8
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
2.1%
2.1%
9
9
Electrical Systems
Electrical Systems
2%
2%
10
10
Quality Standards
Quality Standards
1.9%
1.9%
11
11
Technical Support
Technical Support
1.8%
1.8%
12
12
Customer Service
Customer Service
1.6%
1.6%
13
13
Quality Checks
Quality Checks
1.6%
1.6%
14
14
Clean Room Environment
Clean Room Environment
1.4%
1.4%
15
15
ISO
ISO
1.2%
1.2%
16
16
Test Procedures
Test Procedures
1.2%
1.2%
17
17
Assembly Drawings
Assembly Drawings
1.2%
1.2%
18
18
Mechanical Assembly
Mechanical Assembly
1.1%
1.1%
19
19
PCS
PCS
1.1%
1.1%
20
20
Automatic Assembly Operations
Automatic Assembly Operations
1.1%
1.1%
21
21
Setup
Setup
1%
1%
22
22
CNC
CNC
1%
1%
23
23
Assembly Instructions
Assembly Instructions
0.9%
0.9%
24
24
PCB
PCB
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
Surface Mount
Surface Mount
0.8%
0.8%
26
26
Data Entry
Data Entry
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Wire Harnesses
Wire Harnesses
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
Inventory Control
Inventory Control
0.7%
0.7%
29
29
Customer Specifications
Customer Specifications
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
Control Panels
Control Panels
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
Production Equipment
Production Equipment
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
SMT
SMT
0.6%
0.6%
33
33
Depot
Depot
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
Medical Devices
Medical Devices
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Osha
Osha
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
BOM
BOM
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Torque Wrenches
Torque Wrenches
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Verbal Instructions
Verbal Instructions
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Assembly Procedures
Assembly Procedures
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Customer Orders
Customer Orders
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Different Types
Different Types
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Diesel Engines
Diesel Engines
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Final Product
Final Product
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Overhead Cranes
Overhead Cranes
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Nissan
Nissan
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
QA
QA
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Pallet Jack
Pallet Jack
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Caterpillar
Caterpillar
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
Drill Press
Drill Press
0.5%
0.5%

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