An Assembly Intern is part of a team that is responsible for supplying both internal and external customers with the correct parts and sub-assemblies. For external customers, this involves picking and checking parts orders and ensuring customers receive the proper items. For internal customers, this means supplying the system build team by building and stocking small pumps, air cylinders, valves, and other mechanical assemblies. These production work orders of 10-200 pieces are typically unsupervised, so an Assembly Intern must be self-motivated, organized, and independent. Maintaining a clean, neat and well-organized work area is critical. The ideal candidate would be:
Comfortable with a variety of mechanical hand tools
Adept using iPads and PC’s, including apps, email, and job tracking software
Detail oriented and committed to quality
Able to follow digital work instructions and understand technical drawings
This position has flexible hours and can also provide exposure through other areas of our manufacturing business, including shipping, receiving, machining, and accounting.
Come with questions and a desire to learn!