Contract position: Until end of January 2016
Pay Rate: $12.50
Day Shift
Working from manufacturing procedures, method sheets, engineering prints, engineering bill of material, this position prepares motor sub-assemblies, final assemblies, electronic, electrical and mechanical sub-assemblies, final assemblies and after assemblies in their entirety. This job description applies to both brush motors and brushless motor assembly.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Under specific direction from Supervisor, Lead Person or Assistant Supervisor, performs motor sub-assembly, assembly and after assembly utilizing individual electronic, electrical and mechanical components.
This position will be responsible for product quality as well as production quantity.
This position may receive specific direction from a Product Engineer or Manufacturing Engineer.
This position will require the Assembler to use calibrated measuring equipment in the normal performance of their job such as, but not limited to, the following; calipers, plug gauges, drop indicators, force gauges, torque measuring screwdrivers, oscilloscope, dial gauges, torque wrenches, micrometers, and specially designed PMT manufactured measuring equipment.
Under specific instruction, assembles individual electronic, electrical and mechanical components as required from the specific engineering bill of material to produce sub-assemblies, final motor assemblies and after assemblies.
Utilizes manual hydraulic, air presses, and electric presses, balancing machine, magnet charger, oscilloscope, encoder testers puma, soldering equipment, desoldering equipment, digital volt meter and other test equipment.
Assembles individual motor parts and components to produce final motor assemblies.
Size brush armatures or brushless rotors.
Operate motor run-in equipment.
Prepares individual lead wires and assemblies.
Form leads, terminals and lead wire assemblies and sub-assemblies.
Assemble encoders, brakes, pulleys, lead assemblies to finished motors. Solders individual electrical and electronic components into sub-assemblies, after assemblies and final assemblies.
The position requires the use of light hand assembly tools.
T.I.R. Motor and output shafts.
Solder lead assemblies, connectors, capacitor and filter networks to final motor assemblies.
Press sleeves, spacers, and/or cores into shafts.
Press ball bearings on to brush armature shaft and/or brushless rotor.
Check end-play and shaft extension.
Final test motor.
Other Duties
Performs other duties as directed by the Supervisor.
Maintain working area in a clean, neat and/orderly fashion.
Reports defects, scrap, or production problems to their Supervisor, Product Engineer or Manufacturing Engineer.
Capable of cross training to other areas of manufacturing.
This job has no direct supervisory responsibilities.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
High school diploma or GED required.
Ability to work in a team environment.
Will be required to become certified in soldering and other job specific related areas.
Must be able to read and interpret engineering drawings, manufacturing procedures and literature supplied by original equipment manufacturers.
Ability to read, write and communicate in clear English.
Ability to apply basic mathematical concepts as required
Ability to define a problem, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
Must be able to work in an air-conditioned and a non-air-conditioned environment.
Must be able to lift 35 lbs. from a cart to a work station, and from a workstation to a cart up to twenty times per day.
This position will involve repetitive motions or tasks at work surface level, above work surface level, and below work surface level with forces in the range of 5 lbs. to 15 lbs.
This position may require the employee to stand for up to eight hours per day.
This position will require the Motor Assembler to manipulate and move material handling devices such as wheeled carts, trays, gravity type roller conveyors and boxes. The weight of the trays and boxes could be up to 35 lbs. The weight of the carts could be up to 200 lbs.
The repetitive motions will involve the use of one or more of the following: fingers, hands, arms, legs and feet.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to moving mechanical parts and risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

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