Mechanical Assembler

Responsibilities include:

Adhere to required production and quality requirements while striving for maximum quality production at minimum costs. With minimum supervision, assemble a variety of complex machines, sub-assemblies, and prototypes of intricate design to close tolerances. High degree of skill required in assembly, fitting, adjusting and alignment techniques and in the use of equipment required for precision assembly. Work from complex prints, specs, sketches, and verbal instructions and use a variety of precision measuring instruments.

Recommend design changes to Engineering through PCRs and NIPCO recommendations which will improve machine, simplify assembly and/or reduce costs. Notify supervisor of parts shortages or any technical problems which could jeopardize assembly schedules.

Perform diversified work to repair and maintain plant equipment and facilities. Skills used require knowledge of utilities maintenance, machinery location and hook-up including air and other connections, painting, carpentry, and general building maintenance.

May direct an “A,” “B,” or “C” Assembler or Trainee as assigned by supervisor and assist in training.

Keep equipment and work area clean and orderly and adhere to all safety regulations.

Fill out required time and production reports. Perform other duties as assigned.


  • Requires over 3 and up to 5 years’ experience.
  • Equivalent to HS plus 4-yr. apprenticeship training.
  • Requires use of complicated drawings and specs.
  • Use variety of precision measuring instruments.
  • Broad shop trade knowledge.
  • Makes decisions involving considerable ingenuity, initiative, and judgment.
  • Requires ability to plan and perform a sequence of assembly operations.
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