Perform sub assembly brazing and refrigerant-related activities for units in accordance with established standards. Perform electro-mechanical assembly and testing of TSD HVAC products. Essential Functions
Obtain and maintain brazing certification in accordance with the AWS standard.
Perform brazing of piping sub-assemblies in accordance with company procedures and quality/productivity standards.
Obtain and maintain EPA Section 608, Level II certification.
Perform basic assembly of TSD HVAC components and sub-assemblies according to company specifications.
Assemble and wire products, components and sub-assemblies using various hand and power tools, crimpers and torque wrenches.
Seal gaps between sheet metal and stick insulation to sheet metal with adhesive.
Read and understand work instructions as necessary.
Perform refrigerant related tasks such as measuring, charging, and evacuating HVAC units, for both repair and new production.
Complete electro-mechanical assembly of HVAC products according to drawings, bills of materials, procedures, check sheets, and other work instructions, for both repair and new production.
Use various hand and power tools correctly and safely to assemble sub-assemblies and products.
Read and understand technical drawings, mechanical blueprints, electrical schematics, and bills of materials to complete electro-mechanical sub-assemblies and brazed subassemblies.
Perform verification and inspection of electro-mechanical subassemblies and brazed sub assemblies. Identify and correct defects appropriately.
Complete process check sheets, daily production sheets and other reporting and paperwork according to company procedures.
Know MEPPI's quality, safety and environmental policies. Be able to fully discuss the importance of these policies and how they impact work.
High School or GED and additional courses in related field plus minimum 2 years work experience in a manufacturing setting or equivalent education and experience.
Applicable safety/operations training required to operate relevant machinery and equipment (e.g., fork truck, crane).
General knowledge of HVAC systems gained through technical training programs.
Broad knowledge to obtain and maintain EPA 608C Level II and AWS brazing certifications
Broad knowledge to obtain and maintain clearance for sub-assembly brazing activities per company training requirements.
Developed mechanical skills as demonstrated by the proper use of hand and power tools.
General knowledge of computers including MS Office products.
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), overall employment of electrical and electronics engineers is projected to grow 3 percent from 2019 to 2029, about as fast as the average for all occupations. Employment growth is expected to be tempered by slow growth or decline in some industries, such as manufacturing and utilities.
According to BLS, The median annual wage for electrical engineers was $100,830, while the median annual wage for electronics engineers was $107,540 in May 2020.
While many jobs in Electronics may be related to engineer work, there are also common positions that are needed in order for an organization to run. Here are some types of Electronics occupations: