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Electrical Assembler at Taylor Power Systems, Inc

Electrical Assembler

Taylor Power Systems, Inc Clinton, MS Full-Time
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  • Building/installing wiring harnesses, panel wiring, reading schematics, and working with electrical and electronic meters, test equipment, wire crimping presses, load banks and other testing solutions to prove quality workmanship.
  • Working from electrical schematics, assembles electronic components to sub-panels, mounts components in enclosures, and installs electrical related equipment.
  • Assure fit of all electrical components, boxes, and enclosures by drilling, tapping, wiring and assembling to provide a standardized design of production units.
  • Wires and labels electrical sub-panels and enclosures.
  • Mounts and interconnects components to equipment, per electrical schematics or drawings.
  • Evaluates components and equipment to verify correct operation, safety, operator use and ease of service.
  • Provides in-house support to all production personnel as needed.
  • Coordinates with Engineering to fit together parts and subassemblies to build complete generator sets, and interconnect with automatic transfer switches, remote annunciators, remote monitoring systems and other required customer equipment following electrical schematics and engineering specifications.
  • Secures assemblies, using correct hardware, torque values, proper tooling or tightening sequences.
  • Plans standardized wire routing including spacing of tie-wraps, wire bending radius, protective wire wrap, exact wire lengths, proper terminal ends, correct crimping procedure and following all available Bill of Materials and work instructions. 
  • Disassemble wiring or components as required after testing and examine parts for evidence of wear, chaffing or other signs of improvement needed in routing or mounting.
  • Determines the best connection methods to fit or solder parts together while working to eliminate spliced or taped connections.
  • Assist and coordinate with R&D Assembler personnel on fabrication, assembly, design and testing of complete units. 
  • Performs tests on electrical assemblies during the process. Works closely with Engineering personnel on schematics, drawings and electrical component specifications.  Works closely with Manufacturing Engineers on development of work instructions.
Requirements 
  • High school graduate or GED equivalent.
  • Must have some electrical experience and general knowledge of wiring including reading Diagrams, schematics, and the installation and repair of electrical components and AC and DC circuits.
  • Experience with Power Generation would be a plus.
  • Must have good technical problem solving and trouble shooting skills.
  • Must know how to use a multimeter, electronic test equipment, laptop, measurement devices and hand tools.
  • Must be willing to work as a member of a team to produce the maximum amount of generators daily.
  • Job requires stooping, bending, climbing, and capability of lifting up to 50 pounds.
  • Ability to read and interpret instructions.
  • Skills to perform mechanical assembly jobs using small hand tools.
  • Must pass test to operate fork-lift.
  • Will be expected to make safety and safe working practices a priority.
Compensation Range
  • High school graduate or GED equivalent.
  • Must have some electrical experience and general knowledge of wiring including reading Diagrams, schematics, and the installation and repair of electrical components and AC and DC circuits.
  • Experience with Power Generation would be a plus.
  • Must have good technical problem solving and trouble shooting skills.
  • Must know how to use a multimeter, electronic test equipment, laptop, measurement devices and hand tools.
  • Must be willing to work as a member of a team to produce the maximum amount of generators daily.
  • Job requires stooping, bending, climbing, and capability of lifting up to 50 pounds.
  • Ability to read and interpret instructions.
  • Skills to perform mechanical assembly jobs using small hand tools.
  • Must pass test to operate fork-lift.
  • Will be expected to make safety and safe working practices a priority.

Recommended Skills

Electrical Wirings
Test Equipment
Electronic Components
Mechanical Assembly
Wire Wrap
Electronic Test Equipment
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Job Snapshot

Employee Type

Full-Time

Location

Clinton, MS

Job Type

Manufacturing

Experience

Not Specified

Date Posted

05/03/2021

Job ID

2084/1723/10299
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