Automotive Electrical Assembler

February 18, 2024


1 or more years of relevant experience OR a High School Diploma or equivalent education. Previous Electro - Mechanical Experience. Preferred Qualifications to Complete Essential Functions Associates Degree in Automotive Mechanics or Electro-Mechanical or equivalent. Previous maintenance or operational experience. Previous experience as a Pierce team member or contractor. Communicate verbally with co-workers to keep a safe working environment Follow written and verbal instructions to complete tasks Assembling, wiring, installing, and routing electrical parts Use hand tools including crimpers, wire cutters, strippers, tie wrap gun, electric drivers, etc. Drill, clean, and organize electrical parts Lift light and/or heavy parts on and off a cart, floor, shelf, etc. Read and interpret blue prints Review work orders and schedules Work with wires, harnesses, and cables Assist in inventory of parts Assist co-workers with lifting parts Recognize the differences in parts and tools Sweep and clean shop area Work required hours and have an excellent attendance record Work overtime as needed Maintain a clean and safe working environment Marginal Work Functions *These functions may be considered essential based on location, position, and other factors. Operate a forklift to transport parts to and from designated areas* Use of a cart to push/pull equipment and parts to and from designated areas* Use a computer to track down parts if necessary* Route wires, harnesses, and cables*

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