Electrical Assembler

Electrical Assembler Job Description Template

Our company is looking for a Electrical Assembler to join our team.


  • Utilize a variety of hand tools (manual and power);
  • Utilize computer systems;
  • Maintain accurate records of all work performed;
  • Positions components manually or utilizing a small hand tool;
  • The Assembler will inspect, test, and adjust completed units to ensure that units meet specifications, tolerances, and customer order requirements;
  • Pursue certifications in continuous improvement (ACE);
  • The Assembler will complete production reports to communicate results to management;
  • Design, fabricate and welding of brackets for control cabinets, light curtains, guarding, switches, etc;
  • The Assembler will attach name plates and mark identifying information on parts;
  • The Assembler will read blueprints and specifications to determine component parts and assembly sequences;
  • Build and install, rebuild or repair intricate, large welding machines and integrated systems;
  • Position, align, or adjust workpieces or electrical parts to facilitate wiring or assembly;
  • Handle multiple tasks;
  • Demonstrate proper use of electrical and mechanical measuring devices;
  • Accurately read and follow procedures, routing, and other work instructions.


  • Must have 3-4 years experience in Electro-Mechanical Assembly;
  • Light machining (i.e.) drilling holes in sheet metal to mount components;
  • Requires ability to concentrate for extended periods of time on highly repetitive tasks;
  • Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions;
  • Education: High school diploma or equivalent;
  • Specialized Training: None;
  • Knowledge of programmable logic controls (PLCs);
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience as Assembler: Electrical;
  • Read and understand electrical schematics;
  • Knowledge of electrical control panel wiring and electrical wiring diagrams;
  • Skills: Basic computer skills, and use of basic mechanical/measuring tools;
  • Must be able and willing to work overtime, weekends and holidays;
  • Must have mechanical aptitude and good understanding of electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic principles;
  • Must be able and willing to work 1st (7am-3pm), 2nd (3pm-11pm) and 3rd (11pm-7am) shifts. Shifts are not guaranteed;
  • Continuing technical education a plus, but not required.