- 194550 - Electrical Mechanical Technician
- North Las Vegas
- $22 to $28.00 DOE
- 6 months (CTH)
Chipton Ross is seeking a Electrical Mechanical Technician for an opening in North Las Vegas, NV.
WHY WE NEED YOU
An Electromechanical Technician combines knowledge of mechanical technology with knowledge of electrical and electronic circuits. They can work and repair through single and multi-system builds with intricate yet clear instructions while understanding the component/ assembly's functional intent. They are detail-oriented and able to pay attention to the work and advise others about how unforeseen factors can affect performance. They can write the necessary reports and appropriately document work performed. They are also willing and able to teach and explain what they are doing to others. An Electromechanical Technician works logically to solve problems and has close attention to detail. Consequently, this person can work from drawings, hand sketches, manufacturer's data sheets, incomplete data, and written and verbal instruction. In addition, this person has a working knowledge of building and repairing equipment using safe work practices and readily identifying equipment hazards. Electromechanical technicians often work regular shifts. However, sometimes they must work additional hours and weekends to make repairs in support of build operations.
WHAT YOU'LL DO
Work closely with electrical and mechanical engineers, quality engineers and inspectors
Verify dimensions of parts using precision measuring instruments to ensure that specifications are met
Operate metalworking machines to make and repair housings, fittings, and fixtures
Repair and calibrate electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic assemblies
Test the performance of electro-mechanical assemblies using multimeter and other test instruments
Install electronic parts and hardware, using soldering equipment and hand tools
Perform verification of acceptable solder joints, mechanical alignment, and proper product assembly
Record build and repair information such as operation start and stop times, torque values, and hardware serial number
Wire sensors, control, and power systems for low and high voltage systems
Work in a paperless work environment with hand-held devices, desktops, and laptops
Work unsupervised in a safe, conscientious manner
Keeps equipment operational by proper maintenance and repair services, following manufacturer's instructions and established procedure
Work well with others and use the experience to guide and help them
Responsible for maintaining daily 5S practices
Maintain a clean work environment with safety first mentality
All other duties as assigned
Physically able to crouch, walk, maneuver, and lift objects up to 40 lbs. independently
Is willing to work in extreme temperature, cramped, and or otherwise uncomfortable environments
Exposure to high powered magnets and high voltage systems
Willing and able to work on an "active work construction site" and wear the required personal protection equipment: Hard hat, reflective vest, safety work boots, and others as required by safety requirements
Detail-oriented. Electro-mechanical technicians must make and keep the precise, accurate measurements that mechanical engineers need.
Dexterity. Electro-mechanical technicians must use hand tools and soldering irons on small circuitry and electronic parts to create and repair detailed electronic components by hand.
Interpersonal skills. Electro-mechanical technicians must communicate clearly, take instruction, and offer advice when needed. In addition, they often need to coordinate their work with that of others.
Logical-thinking skills. To carry out engineers' designs, inspect and repair designs for quality control, and assemble prototypes. Electro-mechanical technicians must read instructions and follow a logical sequence or a specific set of rules.
Math skills. Electro-mechanical technicians use math for analysis, design, and troubleshooting in their work.
Mechanical skills. Electro-mechanical technicians apply the theory and instructions of engineers by repairing, creating, or building new components. They must be adept at operating machinery, including drill presses, grinders, and power tools. Additionally, perform basic MIG Welding mild steel.
Writing skills. Electro-mechanical technicians must write reports that cover fabrication, the results of testing, or problems they find when carrying out designs. Their writing must be clear and well organized so that the engineers they work with can understand the reports.
WHAT YOU'VE DONE
Minimum 5 years' experience working in a lab, manufacturing, or assembly environment with hands-on build & experience in a low-volume and manual build setting
Must demonstrate written and verbal communication skills
Shown electro-mechanical assembly and repair experience
History of meeting schedules and timelines
Has herness build and repair experience
Worked with hazardous electrical systems withing a voltage range of XX-XX (range, waiting on Cameron)
Competent troubleshooter with knowledge of theory and operating principles and assembly of electro-mechanical systems
Works independently with little direction
NICE TO HAVE
2-year or 4-year technical degree.
Has hands-on experience building component level hardware in one of the following:
High voltage battery packs
Hands-on experience in the general assembly for automotive, aerospace, or electric vehicles.
Formal education or exposure to Lean Six Sigma, 5S, or Kaizen methodologies.
Build, rework, and integrate electrical harnesses by following the IPC/WHMA A-620C
Employment will be contingent on clearing a background check. Must clear prior to start date.
420 Culver Boulevard
Playa Del Rey, CA 90293
Phone: (310) 414-7800 x290 or (800) 927-9318 x290
Candidates responding to this posting must currently possess the eligibility to work in the United States. No third parties please.
Employment will be contingent on candidate clearing pre-employment drug screen and background check.
Chipton-Ross provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy), age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, protected veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by Federal, State or local law. This policy governs all areas of employment at Chipton-Ross, including recruiting, hiring, training, assignment, promotions, compensation, benefits, discipline, and terminations.