Candidate should be experienced in medium to heavy assembly work through the use of hand held and power tools including torque wrenches. Must demonstrate the ability to use basic shop math particularly working with fractions and the ability to read prints, will be responsible for the quality of work, productivity and the basic care/maintenance of the tools and equipment used daily.
Able to read and comprehend wire schematics and prints.
Good mechanical aptitude - hardware sizes, plumbing fittings, tools, proper size tips for brazing, know proper size soldering sticks must be able to demonstrate good soldering skills.
Able to read measuring devices - rulers, tape measures, squares, levels, vernier and formulas.
Good basic math skills - adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing and working with fractions.
Will be required to maintain a safe working environment for oneself and others at all times.
Must be responsible in the handling and care of equipment and tools.
Will be required to perform general housekeeping as required.
Must be regular in attendance and able & willing to work a reasonable amount of overtime.
Must be willing to attend classes/training to improve basic skills and non-essential functions.
Will handle miscellaneous duties as assigned.
Ability to operate overhead crane.
Ability to drive forklift.
Ability to MIG weld and braze.
Must be able to distinguish between colors and have good perception.
Must be able to climb and stand for 8 hours.
Must have good strength and be very coordinated.
Must have a valid driver’s license and able to drive an auto.
Must make us aware of any surgical implants, pins, braces or other devices that could be affected by induction fields.
The maximum weight to be lifted will be based on NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) guidelines based on specific lift conditions.
EOE, F/M/V/D, Non-smoking environment.