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WorkSource Oregon Industrial Maintenance Mechanic in Newberg, Oregon

Do you enjoy and find yourself building things; especially when it comes to electrical. We have a client that's been around for 50+ years that services the global manufacturing of portable machining, welding, and valve testing equipment where they bring the machine shop to the site. Come check out this opportunity located in the Newberg, Oregon area. What You'll Receive: Starting pay 50,000 ' 80,000/yr. DOE Direct OR Contract-to-Hire Medical, Dental, Vision available 401K, PTO, etc' What You'll Be Doing: Responsible for the quality of work and utilizes familiarity with inspection and other quality assurance techniques to inspect work. Assembles all electrical standard products. Analyzes electrical schematics, ladder diagrams, drawings and specifications manuals, and plans machine building operations. Verifies conformance of parts to pick list and drawings. Aligns components for assembly of harnesses, controls, PCB's, PLC's, potentiometers, cables, bolts, screws, dowels, welds, or rivets parts together. Custom fits as necessary to conform to blueprints and/or customer specifications. Performs various electromechanical assembly functions such as soldering, assembly of cables and wiring harnesses, re-work of printed circuit boards, and other electrical assembly activities. Works closely with engineering to test products (by hand or mechanically), diagnose, and resolve problems that occur during assembly and repair. Uses precision measuring tools to verify alignment and tolerances of moving parts. Assembles, sets up, and operates machine to verify function, machine capabilities, and conformance to customer's specifications. Follows the production schedule and associated work orders and sales orders to determine assembly requirements. Searches for and recommends ways to improve assembly methods and procedures that could potentially lower productions costs and/or improve product quality/reliability. Needs to be proficient with company procedures and processes. Ability to operate material handling devices such as overhead cranes and forklifts. Uses broad understanding of lean principles to improve existing manufacturing systems; leads continuous improvement initiatives. Modifies tooling and fixturing to support assembly processes. Trains and mentors' other assemblers of less skill and/or experience. Handles stress in a professional manner, demonstrates the ability to get along with others, demonstrates successful attendance and punctuality, and works overtime / extra hours as required to meet business needs. May occasionally travel, primarily in the local area. Other duties as required. What You'll Need to Have: AA degree and 4-7 years related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must have experience with electro/mechanical assembly and associated tools; must have experience with wiring, soldering, crimping, and interconnects; experience with basic shop functions including pressing, fitting, proper torque of parts. Basic knowledge of machining processes, welding processes and control panel wiring is preferred.

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