Mechanical Assembler I - 1st and 2nd Shift
United States of America
HMN01: S&IS (Sensors) - Burnsville 14300 Judicial Rd, Burnsville, MN, 55306 USA
The Mechanical Assembler performs routine and repetitive assembly operations and processes and provides mentorship to department staff members. This position requires use of a few simple hand tools. The Mechanical Assembler ensures that work is accomplished with high quality, in a timely fashion and is compliant with all company, city, state and federal regulations.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Responsible for quality product standards with no defects. Meet customer deadlines and expectations. Responsible to comply with applicable elements of quality systems. Participate in cost reduction plans and continuous improvement plans/events, as required. Participate in audits. Acquire applicable skill/knowledge/certifications as required. Perform inspection of parts, does coating, labeling/boxing, and general preparation for shipment. Check parts for cracks, loose connections, faulty bonds, and faulty assembly. Record test results in testing log. Route products for rework or salvage of usable parts. Route reworked assemblies for testing. Clean completed assemblies. Assemble parts according to blueprint specifications. Test parts by connecting to test equipment setting controls, observing readings and actions of instrument checking for malfunctions. Set up and use equipment such as: Ragin Assembly, Component Lead Former, Drill Press, Denison Hydraulic Press, Component Lead tinning, and S.M.T. Re-flow. May fabricate instrument parts through crimping, staking, and cutting. Acquire applicable skill/knowledge/certifications as required. Once properly trained and/or certified- perform specific tasks including, but not limited to, welding, soldering, item test and inspection, filler, immersion testing. Maintain materials, equipment, and work area in a clean and orderly condition. Comply with all rules and regulations of