Mechanic, Assembly Job Description

Mechanic, Assembly Job Description

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Mechanic, assembly provides technical and design support to Engineering in the fabrication, integration and testing of mechanical and hydraulic systems.

Mechanic, Assembly Duties & Responsibilities

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Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Assemble and install either electrical , electronic, mechanical, hydraulic, or pneumatic components
Sets up and fabricates moderately complex electronic and mechanical assemblies utilizing various forms of written and oral instructions, automatic and semi-automatic machines and hand tools
Install complete hydraulics on units
Operate mechanical lifts of various types (e.g., tiger and snorkel lifts) to locate parts/assemblies into position or to perform assembly work
Drills, taps, reams, countersinks, holes in subassemblies, and bolts, rivets, or otherwise fastens detail parts into structural assembly, using hand tools and power tools
Sand excess adhesive from products
Mix and use various adhesives per customer specification(s)
Test components for wear and tear
Perform composite component fabrication and repair
Certified to inspect their own and other’s work

Mechanic, Assembly Qualifications

Qualifications for a job description may include education, certification, and experience.

Licensing or Certifications for Mechanic, Assembly

List any licenses or certifications required by the position: OSHA, A&P, BASIC, FAA

Education for Mechanic, Assembly

Typically a job would require a certain level of education.

Employers hiring for the mechanic, assembly job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as High School and Associate Degree in Technical, General Education, Associates, Education, Manufacturing, Automotive, Business, Electronics, Aviation, Industrial

Skills for Mechanic, Assembly

Desired skills for mechanic, assembly include:

Sheet metal fabrication trade
Gluing
Hydraulic
Hydraulics
Instrumentation and calibration
Mechanical
PLC
Pneumatic and data processing
Pneumatics
Robotics

Desired experience for mechanic, assembly includes:

Forklift Fleet Mechanics must have the ability to work day, afternoons or night shifts
At least two years of assembly experience, preferably aerospace
Performs difficult repairs and alterations per design changes, removing the required parts and making replacements
Required to work from blueprints or projects sketches and templates without the use of jigs or fixtures
Should be able to perform a majority of the assembly operations on all parts of the aircraft required fixture and bench assembly operations
Works to crew loads and follows written and verbal work instructions

Mechanic, Assembly Examples

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Mechanic, Assembly Job Description

Job Description Example
Our innovative and growing company is looking to fill the role of mechanic, assembly. We appreciate you taking the time to review the list of qualifications and to apply for the position. If you don’t fill all of the qualifications, you may still be considered depending on your level of experience.
Responsibilities for mechanic, assembly
  • Operates all DC electric, pneumatic, hydraulic tooling
  • Disassemble, rebuilds and replaces electrical accessory parts, mechanical sub-assembly units, and repairs body, chassis, and structures on all moving equipment
  • Assemble and attached functional and cosmetic hardware to assemblies using hand tools and power tools
  • Performs the assemble, start up, and function test of equipment systems
  • Troubleshoots systems, makes necessary repairs and corrections to system
  • Collaborate with engineering to solve problems
  • Design and fabricate custom tools and fixtures where tools do not work or exist
  • Employment in this position also requires standing, twisting and bending at the waist, walking, carrying and lifting less than 10 pounds, climbing/balancing, handling, rotation of head/neck, contact with metals, solvents, exposure to noise, atmospheric conditions and elevated platforms, and the use of personal safety gear for face/eye, hand/arm, ears and feet
  • Receive work assignment from various sources (e.g., shop lead, sign up book, online computing systems, special repair (S/R), service repair manual (SRM) and service bulletins) coordinate with shop and work priority rejection tags
  • Locate work area using drawings or other paperwork that specifies airplane number, section number, and three point locations
Qualifications for mechanic, assembly
  • Prompt reporting of malfunctioning equipment and machines *Working within EH&S guidelines as defined by UTC, P&W, and OSHA
  • Successful candidate will be self-motivated, flexible in meeting schedules and shop requirements and have a strong bias for action
  • Functional Testing of certain Systems
  • Drilling close tolerance holes using a variety of hand drills/power feed drills
  • Multiple types of fastener installations in composite and sheet metal
  • May require some composite and fiberglass bond layup or repair
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Mechanic, Assembly Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is hiring for a mechanic, assembly. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for mechanic, assembly
  • Check work after completion of each operation in job and/or completed job to ensure it is complete per drawing, that there are no defects and that area around job is clean, prior to putting up for inspection
  • Submit completed job or in-process checks to inspector at appropriate steps in sequence
  • Receives tools and paperwork
  • Assembles motors and generators using a combination of hand, electric and pneumatic tools
  • Must have good verbal and written communication skills and be proficient with data entry
  • Predominately works on simple small end suction product
  • Disassemble product and mark as per required procedures
  • Responsible for compliance with all PROAPP system requirements
  • Record and organize pump performance test data
  • Layout and perform fitting, assembly, and erect rotating elements
Qualifications for mechanic, assembly
  • REPORTS TO ASSEMBLY SUPERVISOR AND MANAGER
  • MUST COMPLETE WORK KEYS ASSESSMENT AT TEXAS WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS AND PROVIDE RESULTS •Minimum of 2 years experience or equivalent knowledge of Motor Assembly duties required
  • Knowledge and experience with hand tools (Ex
  • Able to exert 20 to 50 lbs
  • Typically requires 2 or more years of related experience with a high school diploma, or equivalent education or experience to demonstrate the ability to successfully perform the job duties
  • Hearing and vision within normal ranges is essential for safe conduct on the manufacturing floor and to meet job responsibilities
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Mechanic, Assembly Job Description

Job Description Example
Our innovative and growing company is looking for a mechanic, assembly. We appreciate you taking the time to review the list of qualifications and to apply for the position. If you don’t fill all of the qualifications, you may still be considered depending on your level of experience.
Responsibilities for mechanic, assembly
  • Specific duties vary by workload and cover a range of assembly techniques including harness and cable fabrication, electro-mechanical assembly
  • Troubleshoot product defects
  • Conducts tests and makes adjustments on engines, cooling systems, and other parts, using special testing devices
  • Perform a variety of inspection functions
  • Follow procedures and instructions to ensure form, fit, and vehicle function is met to specific engineering requirements and customer expectations
  • Responsible for daily PID whiteboard population and meeting discussion
  • Consult with engineers, peers, and management
  • Drive corrective action for repeat defects on assembly line
  • Daily communication dialogues with team, counterparts, and management
  • Recommend corrective actions
Qualifications for mechanic, assembly
  • Ability to read and interpret assembly and test procedures
  • Perform Factory Acceptance Testing ranging from 300-25,000 psi
  • Complete and maintain production and test documentation per department policies and applicable procedures
  • Basic mechanics tool set
  • Forklift certifications
  • Minimum 1 year of experience with sheet metal assemblies, drilling, countersinking, riveting, and fastener installation
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Mechanic, Assembly Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is hiring for a mechanic, assembly. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for mechanic, assembly
  • Taking written and verbal instruction from supervisor
  • Cutting, bending, and drilling metal parts before they go to assembly
  • Responsible for troubleshooting designated production line
  • Perform preventative and predictive maintenance activities on the production lines according to the work orders generated with his/her name
  • Dismantle process and packaging equipment in a designated area of the manufacturing plant and work with schematics, electrical diagrams, blue prints, or based on verbal instructions
  • Monitor the production lines and report any abnormal condition(s) of the machines to the maintenance supervisor/lead or upper management
  • Monitor all safety devices on the machines and keep in optimal operating conditions
  • Order spare parts as needed
  • Perform maintenance activities with co-workers
  • Follow LOTO procedures at all times
Qualifications for mechanic, assembly
  • Basic knowledge in using precision measuring tools such as micrometers, calipers, depth gauges
  • Training from a Community and Technical College program within manufacturing
  • Broad training through High School/GED or work related experiance
  • Required to work assigned schedule or 12-hour shifts, rotating days and nights
  • Must successfully pass background check, pre-employment physical and drug/alcohol testing including hair follicle
  • Must be able to work 2nd shift, overtime, and weekends as required
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Mechanic, Assembly Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is hiring for a mechanic, assembly. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for mechanic, assembly
  • Ability to read and interpret blueprints, assembly prints, and hydraulic schematics
  • Assemble and attach functional and cosmetic hardware to assemblies using hand tools, power tools, and hydraulic wrenches
  • Install bundle into shell
  • Perform testing of assembled units
  • Load completed units onto flatbed trucks
  • Make tube hole ID records, hydro-test results and dimensional records of exchangers
  • Completing jobs based on standard shop procedures
  • Conforms to safety requirements of the shop
  • Drill, ream, and countersink full size holes in parts/assemblies in sequence and to correct size using drill motor, Winslow, 90-degree power vane, and/or Quackenbush.Apply sealant, alodine, primer and adhesives
  • Submit completed job or in-process checks to inspector at appropriate steps in sequence.Handle and dispose of hazardous materials in approved manner
Qualifications for mechanic, assembly
  • Limited skills in the area of assembly
  • Machine construction and repair experience preferred
  • Flexibility and the skill to multi-task are a must
  • Ability to install and/or repair plumbing on machinery to defined specifications
  • Ability to install and/or repair fluid power components and supply lines on machinery to defined specifications
  • Thorough knowledge of electrical measuring devices (volt-ohm meters, scopes)

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