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The Electrical Assembly Technician is responsible for the assembly of standard and custom panels, sub-assemblies, and systems. This person assembles or modifies cables and electrical assemblies from schematics or work instructions of a higher complexity.
We are seeking a skilled and experienced electrical assembler to join this team.
Key Job Responsibilities:
Assembly and basic testing of higher-level electro-mechanical assemblies
Wiring within the system framework
Mounting of mechanical and electrical sub-assemblies
Ability to troubleshoot basic electrical assemblies
May include some on-site service work
Safely work with standard tools and portable power equipment
Read shop drawings and wiring diagrams
Read Bills of Materials (BOMs) to determine component parts and assembly sequences
Assemble parts, and position, align, and fasten assemblies, subassemblies, using hand tools and power tools
Modify parts by drilling, tapping, countersinking, etc. machine tools, power and pneumatic hand tools
Position, align, and adjust parts for proper fit and assembly
Attach labels and mark identifying information on parts
Adhere to all company policies, guidelines and practices including the SPIRIT values
Assemble components onto panel following the mechanical layout with zero deficiencies
Wire components per the electrical schematic following predefined guidelines and standards
Capable of completing minor modifications for metal panel work like drilling and tapping
Other duties as assigned by management
High School Diploma or equivalent
Ability to lift up to 30 pounds
3 – 5 years related work experience
3 – 5 years related experience with vocational or further educational training related to electrical engineering technology
Benefits & Awards:
Medical, Vision, Dental, Life, and Disability Insurance
Paid Time Off
Flexible Spending Plan
On site Gym and Running Trail
Employee Engagement and Sustainability Programs
PBT’s Best Places to Work
Business Ethics Award
Advanced Manufacturing Award
The Kurt J. Lesker Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disability