An Assembler is responsible for collecting materials and tools to perform assembly and quality control functions per defined procedures, drawings, schematics and work instructions. This position contributes to the organization by utilizing a combination of technical expertise and interpersonal skills to assist customers on installations, troubleshooting and repair of equipment in the field. The job title “Assembler” may become more specific based on the needs of the employer, but some common listings include Assembly Technician, Electrical Assembler or Mechanical Assembler.

Job Duties

  • Assemble a variety of machines, conveyors and robotics systems.
  • Read and interpret engineering prints/specifications and/or manufacturing manuals.
  • Operate 3D modeling software to determine assembly order.
  • Test equipment for performance to specification and for reliability.
  • Inspect parts for proper machining finish and dimensions.
  • Train customers and field service techs on troubleshooting, set-up and changeover.




High School diploma; Technical degree preferred



  • Ability to use basic hand tools
  • Ability to read blueprints, schematics and manuals
  • Outstanding mathematical skills
  • Great communication skills to work with customers
  • Ability to diagnose problems with equipment
  • Capable of travel and work overtime as required.


  • Mathematical skills
  • Technical expertise
  • Manual dexterity
  • Physical stamina
  • Ability to stand for long periods of time
  • Ability to understand and follow directions