Electrical Assembler / Apprentice Electrician - $16.00 - $21.00 an hour DOE
Xemplar Workforce Solutions
- Sandy, UT
Immediate need of Electrical Assembler or Apprentice Electrician. We are looking for the next exceptional employee to join the team in building electrical control panel to UL508 or NEC code specifications for a company dedicated to designing and manufacturing industrial control system automation.
Benefits of the Electrical Assembler / Apprentice Electrician position include:
- Schedule: Monday – Friday 8:00am – 4:30pm
- Starting Wage: $16.00 - $20.00 an hour DOE
- This is a "direct-hire" opportunity and not a "temp" or "contract" position.
- Benefits including health, vision & dental insurance, paid holidays, 401k. and paid time off are offered.
Key responsibilities for theElectrical Assembler / Apprentice Electrician position include:
- Read & understand electrical schematics to layout & construct control panels per drawings, schematics, and specifications.
- Follows quality control procedures; recognize mistakes in the assembly process and/or faulty components and report the problem.
- Frequent use of manual and power hand tools to complete tasks such as layout, cutting and grinding, drilling, tapping, mounting and basic assembly work.
- Complete projects at or under budgeted hours.
- Maintain a clean, safe and organized working environment.
- Make repairs to any assembly errors noted by quality control personnel.
Desired experience or qualifications for the Electrical Assembler / Apprentice Electrician / Panel Technician position:
- Previous experience with panel fabrication, builds, electrical component layout, electrical enclosures, electrical assemblies, controls and wiring preferred but not required. Must be able to demonstrate a high mechanical assembly aptitude.
- 1st or 2nd year apprentice electricians are encouraged to apply.
- Strong mechanical or electrical experience background required. Must enjoy working with hands and using powered & manual hand tools.
- Ability to be trained to wire & build industrial control panels based on schematics, drawings or blueprints.
- Must be comfortable working on multiple projects simultaneously in a manufacturing environment.
- Must be able to communicate effectively with co-workers and others.
- Strives to continuously improve quality and productivity through identifying own training and tool needs.
Friday, May 31, 2019