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Electro-Mechanical assembler


This is a Full-time position in Montreal, QC posted November 5, 2019.

Electro-Mechanical Assembler About the company Power Survey International is a leading manufacturer of quality power factor correction, harmonic filters and power monitoring products and services.

Our products range from simple fixed low voltage capacitor banks for power factor correction at 240V, 480V and 600V to automatic and active filtered banks at low and medium voltages up to 44kV.

Responsibility Read and interpret drawings, schematics and electromechanical assembly diagrams.

Crimp different types of wires and cables of various dimensions using different contacts, lugs and splices.

Install cables, wiring harnesses and sub-assemblies according to markers, cabling diagrams and cabinet drawings.

Perform the mechanical assembly of capacitors & reactors with the help of drawings, design etc.

Perform manual or mechanical braiding according to work order requirements.

Assemble, adjust and install parts or prefabricated elements (assemblies, wiring or mechanical systems) on capacitor banks.

Modify or adjust complex or small electromechanical parts.

Your strengths High School diploma or equivalent.

Diploma in Electrical Assembly is preferred.

A minimum of 12 months of relevant experience.

Proficient using wiring tools.

Proficient using various hand tools including drills and mechanical presses.

Ability to work well with fellow employees including active participation in employee involvement activities and problem solving.

Requires skilled, accurate, rapid, and coordinated manual skill.

Work also requires a considerable variety of fairly steady, active physical exertion Be familiar with precision standards.

Be familiar with occupational health and safety standards.