Job Opening: Panel Builder
Panel Builder (Expired)
Auburn Hills, MI
ResourceMFG is seeking a Control Panel Builder for a client located in Auburn Hills, MI
Monday-Friday, 6:00 am – 2:30 pm / Overtime as deemed necessary by supervisor.
As a control panel builder, your responsibilities include
- Assembly of electrical components into a control panel for industrial machines.
- You are responsible for the assembly of complex wiring layouts on electric units per schematics and specifications, the setup of testing systems, and preparation of equipment/panels for shipment.
- Test panel functionality, including attach mains voltage and apply power (up to 575V) and use the Human Machine Interface to activate various functions.
- You primarily use hand tools like screwdrivers, wire strippers, crimpers, drills, and other electrical tools as necessary.
- Other duties include communicating problems and quality control issues to supervisors and co-workers, anticipating material and resource needs for upcoming projects, and keeping the work area clean and organized.
- You may operate a forklift, pallet jack, or other equipment to load and ship products.
High school diploma or GED certificate.
- You must be able to read electrical wire schematics and other technical drawings.
- You also need excellent electrical skills, and you must be able to use precision measurement tools, such as micrometers and gauges. Know how to operate grinders, pneumatic tools, and hand tools.
- Strong verbal communication skills, a keen eye for detail.
- The employee may occasionally be required to lift, carry, push or pull up to 50 pounds.
- Ability to stand for long periods of time.
- Adhere to safety policies and procedures, including LOTO (lock out tag out).
- Manage time, prioritize work, and perform in fast-paced environment while achieving cost effective results on production schedule.
- Work well in a team environment.
- Work independently at times with limited supervision.
- Must have toolbox with an assortment of standard electrical tools to do the job.
- Ability to program programmable sensors.
- Ability to troubleshoot PLC’s (Programmable Logic Controllers). Drive troubleshooting Basic Programming of PLCs