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Weifield Group Contracting Part Time Pre Fabrication Assembler in Centennial, Colorado

Mechanical/Electrical Assembler

General Job Description

The mechanical assembler will be required to assemble or fabricate mechanical parts, pieces or products using a variety of tools and equipment according to required specifications in a specific area of a production line in a manufacturing organization.


Centennial and Denver, CO


  • Safety and Health: Use and take care of the protective equipment and safety gear provided, follow safety procedures; do not undertake work which is unsafe or involves unsafe practices; promptly inform your supervisor if you identify a unsafe act or condition; attend and complete all safety and health training.

  • Install Quality Electrical Workmanship and Process: Work as a WGC team member as directed by field foreman. Assist others where needed and follow a neat and process-oriented work style. Be efficient with your time and materials while ensuring top quality electrical installation to meet the NEC.

  • Identify Solutions for Improvement in the Organization: Through process analysis, this individual shall determine areas of improvement in terms of efficiency and company effectiveness, and bring them to the attention of the field foreman.

  • Identification and Tools: Supply and carry your own small tools (drill, wire stripper, screw driver, levels, hammer, side cutters, channel locks, etc.) and electrical apprentice card during all WGC work hours. Any large tools are provided by WGC and checked out to each field apprentice. Mis-use or abuse of equipment is not allowed.

  • Company ?Craftsman?: We are all part of the WGC team with a common mission in mind; provide high quality electrical workmanship while making the client happy. We are all ?Craftsman? with no task being too small or too large ? we pay attention to the smallest detail and handle every client request with professionalism.

  • Training/Mentoring: Continually pursue and attend opportunities for career/training development via IEC programs.

Job Specific Responsibilities

  • Be accustomed to a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment, working with their hands and power tools

  • Read, interpret and follow basic blueprints, diagrams, engineering drawings, specifications

  • Be able to work with electrical components like circuit breakers and electrical cabinets.

  • Utilize handheld tools such as a handheld screw and a drill.

  • Maintain inventory of product in workstations

  • Perform duties as assigned by foreman/lead

  • Maintain a clean and safe work area

  • Participates in the general housekeeping of plant and work area

  • Demonstrates a willingness to assist co-workers in areas outside of their direct responsibility

  • Consistently meets production goals, ensures the accurate and timely completion of production orders.

  • Is accountable to immediately report any problems or issues that could impact the quality

  • Participate in all continuous improvement programs by offering suggestions and exhibiting initiative in areas within direct control.

  • Other duties as assigned.

Job Specific Accountabilities:

  • Follow Direction

  • Demonstrate Tool Use

  • Ability to Setup Assembly Stations

  • Safety

  • 5S Maintenance

Qualifications/Skills Required

  • Demonstrate mechanical ability.

  • Be at least 18 year of age.

  • Pass background check and drug screen.

  • Ability to read blueprints and work orders.

  • Ability to read a tape measure.

  • Requires a normal range of hearing and vision.

  • Must have basic reading, writing and arithmetic skills.

  • Candidate must have a proactive approach to problem solving.

  • Possess strong interpersonal skills in order to work in a diverse and fast-paced environment.

  • Great attendance

  • Self-motivated and flexible to accommodate changes in Weifield Group?s business strategies.

Physical Demands

  • Standing ? Remaining on one?s feet in an upright position at a work station without moving about, for extended period of time.

  • Walking ? Moving about on foot.

  • Sitting ? Remaining in the normal seated position for extended periods.

  • Lifting ? Raising or lowering an object (50 lbs.) from one level to another (includes upward pulling).

  • Carrying ? Transporting an object, usually holding it in the hands or arms, or on the shoulder, e.g., tools equipment, and materials up to 50 lbs. up to 10 feet.

  • Pushing ? Exerting force upon an object so that the object moves away from the force (includes slapping, striking, kicking and treadle actions)

  • Pulling ? Exerting force upon an object so that the object moves toward the forces (includes jerking).

  • Ascending or descending ladders, lifts, stairs, scaffoldings, ramps, poles and the like. Body agility is emphasized.

  • Maintaining body equilibrium to prevent falling when walking, standing, crouching or running on narrow, slippery, or erratically moving surfaces.

  • Bending body downward and forward by bending spine at the waist. This factor is important if it occurs to a considerable degree and requires full use of the lower extremities and back muscles.

  • Bending legs at knees to come to rest on knee or knees.

  • Bending body downward and forward by bending legs and spine.

  • Crawl over, under and into equipment as necessary to perform job duties. Moving about on hands and knees or hands and feet.

  • Extending hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction.

  • Seizing, holding, grasping, turning or otherwise working with hand or hands. Fingers are involved only to the extent that they are an extension of the hand.

  • Picking, pinching or otherwise working primarily with fingers rather than with the whole hand or arm as in handling.

  • Perceiving attributes of objects, e.g., size, shape, temperature, or texture, by touching with skin, particularly that of fingertips.

  • Work environments may be noisy, congested, and/or in confined spaces.

  • Must be able to read and understand technical documents, blue prints and work orders.

  • The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Requires full range of body motion including handling and lifting, manual and finger dexterity.

Working Conditions

  • Ability to perform duties in extreme varying temperatures, e.g., exposure to hot, cold, wet, humid, or windy conditions, on your feet, 8 to 10 hours daily up to 6 days a week.

  • Job requires employee to wear required personal tools and belt with them at all times.

  • Work from all types of ladders, stepladders up to 14', "A" frame ladders and all size extension ladders.

  • Carry and relocate extension ladders up to 20' stepladders up to 12' by yourself.

  • Employee's personal weight with personal tools cannot exceed weight limit of ladder (Class 1 ? 250 lbs., Class 1A ? 300 lbs.).

  • Perform work at various heights, up to 50' from ladders, scaffolds, aerial lifts, catwalks or other safe work areas.

  • Work in restricted areas, switchgear room, manholes, utility tunnels, crawl spaces, attics and vaults.

  • Wear personal protective equipment, e.g., safety shoes, safety glasses, gloves, masks, and earplugs at all times.

  • Follow special procedures including contamination control, noise control, vibration, building systems awareness and procedures.

  • Candidate must be able to work night shifts and mid shifts, as required by customers.

  • Respond to short notice overtime requirements.

Dress Code

  • Field employees will wear appropriate shirts with sleeves, long pants and sturdy work shoes or boots (OSHA standard). All clothing will be of a proper fit and condition so as not to constitute a safety hazard. Clothing may not have any derogatory, offensive, sexually suggesting or degrading writing, symbols, pictures, language, or logos of other contractors. Employees may wear jewelry as long as the jewelry is appropriate and does not constitute a safety hazard. Body piercing (other than earrings) should not be visible. Similarly, employees will keep their hair and facial hair groomed to avoid safety hazards; or they will secure their hair to avoid safety hazards