Mechanical Assembly Technician - Actuators (2nd Shift) in Eden Prairie, MN at Volt

Date Posted: 7/18/2018

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Job Description

Mechanical Assembly Technician - Actuators **2nd shift (contract to direct) $22.44 (DOE) + 1.10 shift differential
Bloomington, MN

Volt has partnered with a growing manufacturing company in search of a Mechanical Assembly Technician!

Responsibilities:

  • Performs Actuator diagnostic, troubleshooting, and testing.
  • Conducts live hydraulic system testing, records measurements, and analyzes results.
  • Assembles mechanical or electro-mechanical sub-systems according to engineering and manufacturing documentation:
    • Meets standards for quality, efficiency and schedule.
    • Interprets engineering documents to determine results and processes.
  • Operates controls and understands controls software.
  • Collaborates to maintain accuracy of documents and records per policies:
    • Initiates exchange of information on BOM, drawing and documentation corrections through appropriate processes.
    • Actively influences final documentation decisions.
    • Actively and accurately executes non-conforming materials process.
  • Develops techniques and collaborates in the development of manufacturing and repair processes.
  • Behaves in a respectful manner toward coworkers, engineers, and supervisors.
  • Communicates effectively with coworkers, engineers, and supervisors.
  • Maintains knowledge and training in industry, technology, and products.
  • Provides training (as appropriate for responsibility level).

Qualifications:

  • Two (2) year certification from college or trade school or military training in an applicable discipline (mechanics, hydraulics, electronics), or four (4) years applicable experience in an applicable environment.
  • Must understand and apply basic hydro-mechanical technologies, including: hydraulic schematics, hydraulic flow characteristics, tube and hose sizing, sealing characteristics and general structural integrity.
  • Ability to work multiple assignments and balance multiple priorities.
  • Ability to effectively use computer resources.
  • Ability to take initiative and develop strong relationships with coworkers.
  • Ability to work independently and enjoys taking on new responsibility.
  • Strong organizational skills and work ethic.

Volt is an Equal Opportunity Employer