EM Assembler

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EM Assembler

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We are currently hiring for a 1st shift EM Technician at our advanced manufacturing facility in Norwood, MA! We strongly encourage entry-level candidates who are interested in training within Assembly to apply. 

Hours: 7:00a - 3:30p



Under general supervision and in accordance with Quality Standards, assembles load frames and consoles from engineering drawings and bills of material.  Troubleshoots and tests frames to specifications.


Principal Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Assembles load frames, consoles, and accessories from assembly drawings and bills of material. 
  • Uses hand tools such as torque wrenches, sockets, screwdrivers, and pneumatic tools.
  • Load tests and troubleshoots load frames to specifications.  Sets up console, runs a program, or load tests to a fixture; judges’ proper operation from data on recorder.  Makes assembly adjustments accordingly.
  • Assists test engineers in troubleshooting mechanical problems encountered during systems test to ensure system is working to capacity.
  • Works with Manufacturing Engineering personnel in releasing new series equipment and solving assembly and design problems. 
  • Must have a good mechanical aptitude and the ability to recognize and use tools normally utilized in the manufacture of heavy electromechanical equipment, i.e., overhead cranes, chains, straps, torque wrenches, indicators, etc. 
  • Must have good working knowledge of hardware, basic measuring tools, along with the communication skills necessary to properly function in a manufacturing environment.
  • Ability to lift to 40 lbs. / packages labels (Minimum two-person lift) will require two individuals for lifting each item or a suitable portable lifting equipment.
  • Implement and follow updated safety practices in your direct work cell


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