Electrical Assembly Holland Michigan
Electrical Assembly (1st Shift)
Job Description for Electrical Assembly Holland Michigan:
Location: Holland, MI
Thermotron offers direct hire, challenging work, training, and we encourage job growth and advancement. We pride ourselves on being a family friendly and employee driven company.
The purpose of this position is to learn or utilize previous electrical knowledge and skills to build and install electrical panels and components for environmental test chambers.
Primary skills and responsibilities and skills include, but are not limited to:
-Able to read blueprints, schematics, and work instructions
-Visually inspect parts from other departments to determine quality
-Ability to learn how to build power panels
-Pull, measure, cut, and tie in wiring to electrical components
-Interconnect electrical system between machine sections
-Ability to learn and differentiate between required electrical codes
-High school diploma or GED required
-Previous electrical knowledge, either through school or hands on work experience, preferred
As a member of the Thermotron team, you become a valuable asset to the company. From manufacturing to marketing, accounting to customer service, human resources to engineering, we all work together to create and promote the best environmental test equipment available on the market
Please apply online for Electrical Assembly Holland Michigan
Thermotron Employee Benefits
Thermotron manufactures environmental simulation test equipment and has been in business for more than 50 years. Thermotron serves more than 30 industries, including aerospace, electronics, defense, telecommunications, and automotive. The majority of Fortune 500 tech companies use Thermotron equipment to improve reliability and ensure their products will operate in extreme environments such as hot and cold temperatures, humidity, altitude, rain, dust, and vibration.
Thermotron is an equal opportunity employer for all protected categories under applicable law.
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