System one has an opportunity for mechanical Technicians , This position is responsible for assembling mechanical equipment or manufactured equipment to specifications as called out on equipment drawings. May assist more senior employees some of the time. Operates stationary and moving overhead cranes, forklifts, and any equipment needed to perform job within safety guidelines. Reads and interprets assembly blueprints and schematics and plans assembly or building operations. Follows Standards, Procedures and Work Instructions to produce product of acceptable Quality. Sets and verifies parts clearances. Verify material per bill of material. Perform assemblies, based on assembly drawings and bill of materials, capable of following written assembly instructions, maintain their work areas clean and free of debris. Should be able to operate pallet jacks, cranes and forklifts; should be able to operate power tools, and large hand tools. Able to record serial number of assemblies for traceability purposes. Aligns components, bolts, screws, or rivets them together. Bends and installs pipe for hydraulic systems. Techs need ability to read all schematics, and use those schematics to build all required assemblies with minimal supervision. Technicians may be required to test or assist in testing operation of completed products. Maintain customer satisfaction and continual improvements of our products; mechanical technicians have to participate in all tool box safety meetings that are conducted. An assembler should know how to properly read a tape measure, and have experience with various power tools, such as drill motors.
Minimum Job Qualifications:
High School Diploma or equivalent required and 0 to 2 years relevant experience.
Must have experience with the proper use of hand tools, and be familiar with safe operation with those tools. Must be able to lift 45 lbs. Ability to work independently, take verbal and written instruction independently. Be computer literate.Ability to drive a forklift and/or crane is preferred but is not mandatory.