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Assembler

Gainesville, Georgia
Pay Rate is $14

Position Summary:
Assembles or re-assembles motors and associated accessories and special components, and crates motors for shipment to customer.

* Must be a US citizen or permanent resident (green card holder) in accordance with the United States International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).


Main Responsibilities/Duties:
1. Assemble rotor, stator, brackets and associated accessories, add brakes, tachometers, or special
components, routine test, paint, apply necessary nameplates or customer specified parts, and crate.
2. Perform routine preventative and corrective maintenance functions involving the tools and equipment
utilized in the assembly and re-op of motors.
3. Perform various mechanical and electrical re-op functions to correct defects identified during the assembly
process and/or during test.
4. Assemble cable cap assembly (including epoxy potting system), assemble rotor, stator, brackets, and
associated accessories, connect cable cap assembly to stator, routine test, paint, apply necessary
nameplates or customer specified warning tags, and crate motor for shipment.
5. Assemble rotor, stator, brackets and associated accessories, add brakes, tachometers, or special
components, routine test, paint, apply necessary nameplates or customer specified parts, and crate.
6. Assemble brush rigging per sales order specifications.
7. Assemble armature, frame, rotor, and stator. Assure correct mounting for motor.
8. Test motor (complete per required paperwork), finish and face off customer fits on brackets (front and
back), apply adapter if necessary and face off adapter.
9. Mount necessary accessories, brakes, tachometers, and blower motors. Paint motor to customer
specifications, apply applicable nameplates and warning labels, tollgate inspection completion and crate.


Education:
High School diploma or equivalent (GED).

Knowledge, Skills, Experience:
1. Knowledge of safe factory practices involving the various types of machines/equipment (flip-tables, nail gun, spray paint equipment and miter saw, etc.) used to assemble motors or their subassemblies.
2. Knowledge of shop mathematics.
3. Demonstrate knowledge of motor assembly techniques.
4. Knowledge of basic mathematics.
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