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Assembler / Assembly

Silent-Aire Manufacturing
Tri-Cities, WA
  • Posted: over a month ago
  • Full-Time
  • Benefits: 401k, dental, medical, vision,
Job Description

About Silent-Aire

As a privately held family enterprise, Silent-Aire has been designing and manufacturing Custom HVAC and CRAC systems for over 20 years. We specialize in the Healthcare, Industrial and Data Center markets.

Primary Focus

The Assembler will be required to perform tasks involving physical labor at an assembly plant, and will be required to operate a variety of hand and power tools. Responsibilities will include the assembly of products using bolts, screws, clips, rivets, and assorted fasteners. The Assembler will be responsible for the efficient production of products according to established procedures, following all safety protocols and workplace policies.

Specific Accountabilities

  • Read schematics, blueprints and other technical diagrams.
  • Ability to identify power tools, drills, and saws, and hand tools.
  • Ability to measure and mark surface to lay out work, according to blue prints or drawings, using tape measures, straight edges or squares, and marking devices.
  • Bolt, screw, clip, weld, or otherwise fasten parts and components together using hand and power tools and equipment.
  • Position and install parts, subassemblies and accessories using hand and power tools and other aids like overhead hoists.
  • Clean and perform preparation of assembly line.
  • Signal equipment operators to facilitate alignment, movement, and adjustment of machinery, equipment, and materials.
  • Load, unload, and identify building materials, machinery, and tools, and distribute them to the appropriate locations, according to project plans and specifications.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Scope

  • Ability to operate required equipment in a safe and responsible manner.
  • Effective verbal and listening communications skills.
  • Time management skills.
  • Ability to read schematics, blueprints and other technical diagrams.
  • Critical eye for identifying defects.
  • Commitment to quality and safety.
  • Proactive in ensuring job knowledge is current.
  • Knowledge of appropriate materials, methods, and the tools required in various assembly processes.
  • Strong working mechanical knowledge of machines and tools, including their designs, uses, repair, and maintenance.
  • Ability to readily determine the correct tools and equipment needed to do a job.
  • Ability to complete daily activities according to work schedule.
  • Ability to lift heavy objects, walk and stand for long periods of time and occasionally perform strenuous physical labor.

Contacts

  • Communication is primarily internal to the assigned work team and the Production Supervisors or Production Manager

Working Conditions

  • This position requires shop work. When working in the shop, one must exercise caution as this environment presents many naturally-occurring and potentially worker-produced hazards. Safety policies must be adhered to at all times. Appropriate personal protective equipment (i.e. safety glasses, steel-toed boots, and others) must be worn at all times where required.
  • It is very important that the incumbent of this position is able to work and communicate with prudence, while effectively managing time, completing tasks, and working safely. Job requires ability to work with a variety of hand and power tools.
  • Use of Personal Protection Equipment will be required (e.g. safety glasses, safety boots, etc.).
  • Regularly works near moving parts.
  • Must be able to lift, push, pull or carry objects, use abdominal and lower back muscles to provide support over time without fatigue.
  • Requires good manual dexterity (hand, hand with arm, two hands) and multi-limb coordination.
  • Noise levels can fluctuate from quiet to loud.
  • May work in tight spaces
  • Excellent stamina is required.
  • Hazards associated with the industry.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • 2+ years previous experience as an assembler, carpentry work, or home building is preferred.
  • Knowledge of workplace safety and safe lifting and handling procedures.
  • Knowledge of First Aid and CPR an asset.

Reporting Relationships

  • Line Lead

Additional Comments

  • Must have reliable transportation

 

 

Company Description
Silent-Aire was born out of Co-Presidents Dan and Lindsey's parents heating and ventilation contracting business. They started working for the family business as teenagers and experienced the true power of air when their facility was wiped out by an F4 tornado in 1987.
At it's root Silent-Aire engineered and manufactured custom HVAC solutions for institutions; hospitals, schools, and recreational complexes. The company grew into larger industrial HVAC deployments for mining and energy companies. In early 2000 Dan and Lindsey graduated from University of Alberta with Civil and Mechanical Engineering degrees and took on the leadership and strategic direction of Silent-Aire. We continued to grow organically and acquired a new manufacturing facility in Edmonton that was the catalyst to expanding into the data center mission critical HVAC business.
In 2012 Silent-Aire built a second 100,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Edmonton that included 4 assembly lines and new office space for our engineering and operations. In 2014, for additional capacity and redundancy, a 3rd manufacturing facility was built in Gilbert, Arizona that mirrored the Edmonton facility. Today, we are focused on continuing to grow our industrial, institutional HVAC and mission critical data center business.
The majority of our growth over the past 10 years has come from our data center customers that require mission critical infrastructure for their ever expanding clouds. As a result, we have taken a relentless focus on operations, quality and safety that includes attaining ISO 9001 Quality, ISO 14001 Environment, OSHA 18001- safety.

Silent-Aire Manufacturing

Why Work Here?
Great company, great benefits, great hours and lots of room for growth!

Silent-Aire was born out of Co-Presidents Dan and Lindsey's parents heating and ventilation contracting business. They started working for the family business as teenagers and experienced the true power of air when their facility was wiped out by an F4 tornado in 1987. At it's root Silent-Aire engineered and manufactured custom HVAC solutions for institutions; hospitals, schools, and recreational complexes. The company grew into larger industrial HVAC deployments for mining and energy companies. In early 2000 Dan and Lindsey graduated from University of Alberta with Civil and Mechanical Engineering degrees and took on the leadership and strategic direction of Silent-Aire. We continued to grow organically and acquired a new manufacturing facility in Edmonton that was the catalyst to expanding into the data center mission critical HVAC business. In 2012 Silent-Aire built a second 100,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Edmonton that included 4 assembly lines and new office space for our engineering and operations. In 2014, for additional capacity and redundancy, a 3rd manufacturing facility was built in Gilbert, Arizona that mirrored the Edmonton facility. Today, we are focused on continuing to grow our industrial, institutional HVAC and mission critical data center business. The majority of our growth over the past 10 years has come from our data center customers that require mission critical infrastructure for their ever expanding clouds. As a result, we have taken a relentless focus on operations, quality and safety that includes attaining ISO 9001 Quality, ISO 14001 Environment, OSHA 18001- safety.

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Tri-Cities, WA
USA

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