Date Posted: 7/14/2017 11:19:55 AM
Location: Kansas City, MO
Salary (USD): $45,000 - $55,000
Position: Industrial Assembler
To be successful as an Assembler Technician, one should have a high degree of precision, skill, dexterity, versatility, and ingenuity as well as judgment and self-discipline and strive to implement continuous improvements and other Operating System initiatives and assumes a variety of shop roles when needed. Also, having a wide scope of knowledge on all types of electrical, electronic, and mechanical equipment/test equipment and measuring devices will be pertinent for this role.
• Plans, assembles, and fits piece parts and sub-assemblies to fabricate complex, precision assemblies.
• Plans, sets up, and operates all equipment, including joining equipment, necessary to the performance of the task. Drives timely and cost effective execution of projects including close out of completed projects.
• Performs adjustments, alterations, and modifications to product.
• Works from prints, schematics, sketches, specifications, and written or oral instructions.
• Times and finely tunes all electrical and mechanical components necessary to meet design specifications and requirements.
Operational Metrics & Performance Goals
• Must be able to verify all work and be responsible for producing functional and operational product, conforming to design specifications.
• Diagnoses and makes post mortem analyses, troubleshoots, and interprets sub-assemblies and final assemblies to determine failures, or potential failure, causes and malfunctions.
• Work assignments may be experimental or prototype, involving extensive development and requiring comprehension and individual judgment.
• Work requires experience in sequencing, logic, switching functions, and relative motions and interferences of electrical and mechanical components as recognized in the instrument or watchmaking field.
Process Improvements and Other responsibilities:
• Performs all necessary paperwork, records, identifying and in-process operations pursuant to the task.
• May perform in-process inspection. May check and top off lubricants as necessary.
• May be required to rework, repair, or replace sub-assemblies and piece parts.
• May be required to determine methods and procedures and to develop techniques on requested projects and special order design.
• Experience in clean room or clean work station practices and disciplines or a thorough working knowledge of contamination control and its restrictions is a requisite. Manages forecasts within Project Management and Financial tools to improve accuracy and reliability in support of budget, resource and workforce planning.
Location: Kansas City, MO
Shift: Monday-Friday day time hours, but must be flexible/able to work otherwise as required.
Relocation: No relocation is available for these roles.
Salary: Initial $17.26/hr + $1.35/hr COLA + any off-shift eligible premium. Offer includes pay raised every of a 5-year progression & promotion, topping out at $28.85/hr. Total 1st Yr. ~$45K+
Hiring outstanding, top-notch, transitioning/former, enlisted technicians that possess a great mix of both superb experience and exceptional performance. Candidates must be US Citizens and be able to obtain a US Department of Energy “Q” security clearance. Candidates must also have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in a production department assembling or inspecting complex parts and assemblies or technical education or applicable military experience. Three plus years’ experience in a manufacturing or military environment with demonstrated ability to work and excel in a team environment is a plus. Candidates must have excellent analytical, problem-solving, and decision-making skills with solid business acumen. The best candidates will have a history of success in the above areas that stand out among peers in mission accomplishment and results, including the ability to manage multiple priories against tight deadlines while applying procedures and policies.