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Odessa, TX

Industry: Energy/Oil/Gas/Utilities/Nuclear Job Number: 27F2541A-BD71-4D31-9B97-0529AF239D32 Pay Rate: $60 - $75K

Job Description

Our client is the industry leader in high quality liquid measurement systems and is looking to hire transitioning service members to work in the manufacturing facility in Snyder, TX as an assembler.

Below highlights a day in the life for this role, if you are a candidate interested in oil & gas and want to get in at the ground level with a company that values your military training then this is the company for you.

With supervision, this position is responsible for assembling mechanical equipment or manufactured equipment to specifications as called out on equipment drawings. May assist more senior employees some of the time.

- Operate stationary and moving overhead cranes, forklifts, and any equipment needed to perform job within safety guidelines
- Read and interpret assembly blueprints and schematics and plans assembly or building operations
- Follow standards, procedures, and work instructions to produce product of acceptable quality
- Set and verify parts clearances
- Verify material per bill of material
- Perform assemblies, based on assembly drawings and bill of materials, capable of following written assembly instructions, maintain their work areas clean and free of debris
- Should be able to operate pallet jacks, cranes and forklifts; should be able to operate power tools, and large hand tools and should know how to properly read a tape measure
- Able to record serial number of assemblies for traceability purposes
- Align components, bolts, screws, or rivets them together
- Bend and install pipes for hydraulic systems
- The assembler must be able to read all schematics and use those schematics to build all required assemblies with minimal supervision
- Technicians may be required to test or assist in testing the operation of completed products
- Maintain customer satisfaction and continual improvements of company products
- Assemblers will participate in all toolbox safety meetings that are conducted

Base salary, full benefits (medical, dental, vision, life, a 401k with 6% company match.)

Job 55931

Job Requirements

Day Shift, Average 55 hr Work Week, Some Saturdays

Additional Information

The chance to work with a growing organization who are the leaders in flow management.
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