Job Description and Jobs
- 1) Assembles protection, communication, and control devices, such as switches, relays, rheostats, transmitters, and switchboards, as laid out in drawings and wiring diagrams: Assembles in predetermined order, contact fingers, shafts, springs, gears, coils, terminals, and push buttons, using handtools, hand arbor press, and assembly fixtures.
- 2) Fastens units in specified locations in switchbox or case.
- 3) Cuts, strips, and mounts wires to connect electrical units, using soldering iron, staking machine, and plugging devices.
- 4) Connects lead wires to buzzer, ohmmeter, or resistance tester to test connections for resistance, shorts, and grounds.
- 5) May adjust contacts, springs, and shafts to meet specifications.
- 6) May be designated according to unit assembled as Relay Assembler; Rheostat Assembler; Speaking-Unit Assembler; Switchbox Assembler II; Telephone-Diaphragm Assembler; or according to type of equipment assembled as Assembler, Communications Equipment.
- 7) May assemble strip of switches, of telephone switchboard type, and be designated Jack-Strip Assembler.
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Job Number: 3409