Assembly Technician



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New York City, NY - Metro - (USA) 99 Park Avenue 6th Floor NY New York , NY 10016 Phone : 212-557-9110



Job Description

Manpower Wants You!

Our client services the North American power systems and rail transportation with electrical and electronic products, systems and services. They offer a structured and team oriented environment.

Entry Level Mechanical Technician

Why should you be interested?

Full-time hours

Temporary to hire based on performance

Day shift 8am-4:30pm M-F

Competitive wages starting at $17/hour

Great company to work with low turnover

What will you be doing?


May include but not be limited to:

· Perform basic mechanical assembly of TSD components and sub-assemblies according to drawings, bills of materials, procedures, check-sheets, and other work instructions.

· Remove gaskets and installation of new gaskets on covers.

· Use various hand and power tools correctly and safely to assemble wire products, components and sub-assemblies.

· Overhaul HVAC units. Disassemble and vacuum out. Operate wash bay and parts washer, along with staging.

· Apply sealant and adhesive to products.

·Under supervision, assist with refrigerant related tasks such as measuring, charging, and evacuating HVAC units.

·Read and understand technical drawings, mechanical blueprints, electrical schematics, and bills of materials.

·Perform verification of subassemblies and/or assemblies for defects by operating measurement devices and visual checking. Identify and correct defects appropriately.

·Complete process check sheets, daily production sheets and other daily reporting and paperwork according to Company procedures.

·High School diploma or GED with 2 two years of work experience, or equivalent education and experience.

·Mechanical ability, as demonstrated by the proper use of hand and power tools.

·Applicable safety/operations training required to operate certain machinery and equipment (e.g., powered industrial truck and crane).

·Ability to read and understand technical drawings, mechanical diagrams, electrical schematics and bills of materials.

·Ability to judge the quality of sub-assemblies and assemblies produced compared to established standards, drawings and instruction.

·Ability to safely and correctly use hand and power tools and measurement devices.

·Ability to lift up to 50 pounds on a regular basis.

·Ability to read, write, and follow instructions.

·Ability to safely operate powered industrial trucks and equipment, such as fork trucks and overhead cranes.

·Ability to stand, sit, crawl, squat, kneel, twist, bend and reach above the shoulders as required to perform essential job functions.

·Ability to use appropriate personal protection equipment as needed.

·Ability to work in normal indoor temperatures/humidity and occasionally work outdoors.


Basic knowledge of arithmetic and metric/standard measurements.

Basic computer skills with emphasis on Microsoft Office and MRP/ERP systems.

What do you need:

High School diploma or GED plus additional trade school courses

Must possess a valid Driver's License. Highly Prefer a CDL License

Applicable safety/operations training required to operate certain machinery and equipment (e.g., fork truck,