Electrical Assembly Technician
2ND SHIFT 2:00 pm to 10:30 pm
Electrical Assembly Technician
Assemble proprietary items and control systems for automated equipment to design specifications within the allotted time.
Work at the instruction of the Operations Supervisor, Technical Build Lead, or other Electrical Assembly Team members on occasion to complete work in a timely manner.
Use Electrical Schematics, verbal instruction and other documentation to wire, debug and test equipment to design specifications.
Install and wire all required control devices on equipment, panels and enclosures.
Install boxes, trough and other related items on equipment being built.
Assist in the testing process with the Assembly Team.
Identify errors and update schematics, blue prints and other documentation for job reviews.
Identify opportunities to provide cost effective alternative methods and / or materials.
Keep the Operations Supervisor informed of problems, progress and suggestions in a timely manner.
Take appropriate measures to prevent accidents or damage to equipment.
Work as a team to maximize productivity and quality.
Provide assistance to others.
Show a constant interest in learning other activities or skills.
Participate in job reviews when appropriate.
Train customers on equipment if necessary.
Ability to operate equipment and tools required for the electrical assembly process.
Ability to interpret engineering drawings or other documentation and to work to verbal instructions.
Ability to identify wiring diagram errors, size wire gauges to anticipated loads and to apply NEC, NFPA, CE and CSA standards when necessary.
Ability to work well with others in a team environment and in problem solving situations.
Skill in wire soldering, identifying, routing and terminating wires.
Basic knowledge of control and vision systems.
Be knowledgeable in math and able to conduct accurate measurements when performing layout tasks.
Ability to perform accurate calculations for voltages, resistance and amperage.
Ability to recognize safety hazards and maintain safe practices.
Knowledge of spreadsheet and word processing software.
Valid driver's license and US passport
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Material handling equipment is available at all times.
Regularly required to use hands for a variety of tasks.
Must be able to reach with hands and arms, talk and hear.
Ability to walk, stand, and sit, occasionally to climb, balance, stoop, kneel.
Frequently lift 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds.
Good vision, including ability to discern colors, eye / hand coordination and ability to adjust focus.
Position Type and Expected Hours of Work
This is a full-time position, and typical work hours are Monday through Friday, 2nd Shift, 2:00 pm to 10:30 pm. Overtime is on an as needed basis and at the direction of the Operations Supervisor.
Travel with reasonable notice, for installation, training and service work.
Preferred Education and Experience
High school diploma or equivalent
Completion of an Industrial Electrician Apprenticeship, or equivalent, and two to five years of related experience.
The Arthur G. Russell Company has been an innovator in the field of automatic assembly equipment since 1945. At that time, the lack of adequate parts feeders and reliable automation components limited assembly speeds and equipment reliability. In response, AGR developed a line of vibratory feeders based on the modular Vibroblock ?? that was state-of-the-art both electrically and mechanically. These engineered feeders could deliver parts at much higher rates, which raised the bar for automatic assembly systems. Feeder performance was further enhanced with AGR's introduction of closed loop vibratory control and variable frequency operation. Other AGR innovations included modular mechanical devices such as cam driven pick and place units, grippers, part escapements, and rotary and linear actuators.
Our ability to feed and handle parts at high speeds led to specialization in the ultra high-volume medical device and consumer products industries, where we have been designing, building, installing, and supporting world class assembly, test, inspection, and packaging systems for over 70 years.
Continued application of more sophisticated controls, servo systems, sensors, and inspection equipment have allowed our systems to keep up with increasing customer demands for higher speeds and unprecedented reliability.
Today, AGR remains committed to constantly being aware of the latest technologies, knowledgeable in their proper use, and creative in ways to apply them.