Performs tasks of substantial variety or complexity which require a thorough knowledge of assembly techniques, tools, materials, machines, and equipment. Works from engineering drawings, rough sketches, manuals or verbal instructions.
Typical assignments include but are not limited to:
1. Under general supervision, perform basic and complex assembly, wiring, and erection of products and systems.
2. Read and interpret engineering configuration and wiring drawings.
3. Devise and utilize nonstandard procedures.
4. May assign and check work of lower level personnel.
5. May work nonstandard schedules and/or at off-site locations with exposure to varying environmental conditions.
6. Coordinate work with other groups to ensure meeting commitments.
7. Perform duties in a manner compliant with prevailing quality procedures and policies.
8. Perform other related duties as assigned by management.
Tools, Equipment and Materials
Bench fixtures, manual and automatic equipment, hand tools, air/electric drivers, gauges, appropriate PPE for each required task
Complexity of Tasks: Follow standard practices and procedures in resolving basic and complex problems. Decisions are usually based on established precedents and may affect quality and accuracy to a degree. Errors may result in lost time and rework.
Knowledge, Skills, Experience:
1. High school degree plus 2 5 years of related experience in assembly. Alternately, a special combination of education and experience and/or demonstrated accomplishments. Capable of reading and interpreting Engineering configuration and wiring drawings.
2. Ability to build circuit breakers and sub-assemblies per drawing with limited instruction.
3. Provide assistance to more experienced specialists performing complex assignments.
Associates Degree in Electronics Technology or Military Technical School preferred.
shments. Capable of reading and interpreting Engineering configuration and wiring drawings.