Lead Mechanical Assembler in Germantown at Crown Services, Inc

Date Posted: 2/15/2021

Job Snapshot

Job Description

 *** A company in Germantown is looking for a Lead Mechanical Assembler ***


-  Requires high school education and 3 to 5 years related work experience, mechanical aptitude and a

basic understanding of assembly techniques, machines and tools, including their design, use, repair and


-  Basic understanding of spot, seam and MIG welding and controls, and robotic and PLC

control concepts. Continuing technical education a plus, but not required.

-  WHEN HIRED ON - MUST BE ABLE TO TRAVEL IN THE U.S. & CANADA TO SET UP MACHINES - During periods of peak activity, travel can average up to 40%, with normal average approximating 10%

Job Requirements


- Must be able to effectively coach, train, mentor and informally counsel, as well as provide feedback to

mechanical assemblers while maintaining an environment of collaboration, compromise and teamwork.

-  This requires a high level of tact, communication, persuasive skills, and conflict resolution capabilities, as

well as flexibility and adaptability

-  These skills are in addition to the skills required of a Mechanical Assembler, namely critical thinking and the use of logic to identify problems, alternative solutions, conclusions and approach to problems

-  Good math and computer skills including Microsoft Office products, good verbal and communicative skills, ability to interact with others. 

-  Also must be able to operate fork lift trucks and overhead cranes, 

-  Must have solid mechanical aptitude and knowledge of raw materials, production processes, quality control techniques & a fair Level of understanding of electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic principles

-   Should also be conversant with wiring practices and robotic and PLC control concepts


-  Position requires significant daily, face-to-face contact with his supervisor, with the Production Leader -

Electrical, peers in machining & welding, purchasing, & other shop floor functions -  including the

Automation Technician Group..... in order to plan work assignments and schedule activity, and with

mechanical assemblers in implementation of the daily schedule

-   May also periodically require interface with engineering and co-workers in problem solving situations, and with customers during run-off, installation or repair/rebuilding machines at customers" locations.


-  WHEN HIRED ON - THEY COULD TRAVEL U.S. & CANADA TO SET UP MACHINES - During periods of peak activity, travel can average up to 40%, with normal average approximating 10%


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