Electromechanical Assembler

In by Erin Herbst

St. Michael, MN
Posted 4 months ago


Apollo Technology Group is a fast-growing, dynamic company with a strong, supportive culture that offers many opportunities for career advancement. We are always looking for passionate, dedicated individuals to join our team to help us continue to strive for excellence as we provide valuable, innovative solutions for our customers. We are currently looking for an Electromechanical Assembler to join our team at our St. Michael, MN, location! This is a full-time, hourly position offering a complete benefits package, including competitive PTO, 8 company-paid holidays, a 401K with a company match, health, dental, vision, disability and life insurance. New, full-time employees start accruing PTO right away and are eligible for benefits within 31 days or less. We also offer a clean, bright and safe work environment and a free on-site gym! Apply today and take the first step in working for a company where your contributions and career development truly matter!

 Job Summary:

 The primary function of the Electromechanical Assembler is to perform mechanical assembly, installation, and wiring of components on a wide variety of equipment designed and built by Apollo Technology Group. This equipment includes water treatment equipment, specialty manufacturing systems and a variety of other specialty equipment. This position presents a great opportunity for an individual to get hands-on experience with our custom water and process equipment, grow with the company, and have many opportunities for career advancement down the road!

Job Duties:

  • Read and interpret Process & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs), General Arrangement (GA) Drawings,  and Production Prints
  • Install mechanical components (i.e. pumps, valves, sensors, etc.) per design
  • Install mechanical piping (may consist of PVC, CPVC, PE, PVDF, PFA, etc.) to and from various components on a skid or within a process tool per design
  • Follow an electrical schematic to assemble electrical control enclosures per design, pull wire feeding various circuits and terminate wires at point-of-use and within control enclosures
  • Run conduit (PVC, flex, rigid-coated, etc.) between control enclosures, pumps and instrumentation
  • Perform basic electrical troubleshooting
  • Conduct I/O and loop checks
  • Lead factory acceptance testing of equipment
  • Clean and maintain work areas
  • Work hours necessary to support Company demand
  • Train and assist others as required
  • Other duties as assigned

Minimum Requirements:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Strong mechanical/electrical aptitude
  • Ability to read and interpret schematics, blueprints, and technical drawings
  • Experience installing mechanical components and piping, running conduit, following electrical schematics, pulling wire feeding various circuits and performing basic electrical troubleshooting
  • Exceptional work ethic, “can-do” attitude and team player
  • Willing and able to adhere to all Company policies, including strict adherence to safety procedures
  • Willing and able to learn, understand and support the Company’s quality objectives
  • Able to communicate effectively with customers, vendors and colleagues
  • Able to work independently with minimal instruction/supervision and effectively plan, organize and execute own activities
  • Able to lift and move 50 pounds of material unassisted
  • Flexible and adaptable by nature; able to work well under pressure and within changing environments
  • Willing and able to wear personal protective equipment necessary for job duties performed
  • Willing to cross-train as needed

An offer of employment at ATG is subject to a pre-employment drug-screen and background check.

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