The Electrical Apprentice is responsible for installing electrical components on vehicle engines and chassis (switches, lights, modules, displays, sensors), vehicle and cabin wire harness assemblies and electro-mechanical assemblies. Ensuring production vehicles are delivered according to the production schedule and service contracts. Assuming a lead role in at least one assembly line or project. Work with Supervisor and other assembly personnel in order to solve issues. Assist other employees as required.
Required: Formal training and certification accompanied with 1-5 years of related experience in a similar capacity. Requires knowledge and understanding of hydraulic circuits. Ability to interpret blueprints and schematics.
Desired: Certification and experience with overhead crane and forklift
Ability to meet deadlines; to understand and follow written and verbal instructions; Ability to understand and follow posted work rules and procedures. Ability to communicate effectively and work cooperatively with supervisors, members of management, vendors, and other employees.
Physical and Environmental Elements:
This is a production classification and employees work indoors and outdoors (in all seasons) with exposure to noise, chemicals, heavy equipment and machinery. Accurate hand/eye coordination is required. Finger dexterity is required, as well as hand strength, with the ability to grasp, lift, push and pull. Work involves considerable climbing, twisting, bending, squatting and kneeling for long periods of time. May lift parts weighing up to 50 pounds and pull approximately 20 lbs. Need to have the ability to ascend and descent a ladder and/or scaffolding.