The Assembly Screening Technician works at the United States Postal Service (USPS) Central Repair Facility (CRF) in Topeka, KS. The CRF is a depot repair facility for USPS mail processing, delivery, and bulk mail systems repairable parts. Examples: repairing printed circuit boards, electrical, electronic, mechanical and electro-mechanical assemblies to component level. The CRF provides depot level maintenance for essential automation, mechanization, retail and bulk mail processing systems used in all mail processing and retail installations.
Our Assembly Technicians perform a variety of non-complex assembly and disassembly tasks to perform functional tests for quality of product according to specifications. Will operate and test equipment to determine whether it is working properly per diagram, written or verbal instruction and will identify issue (where applicable) by selecting, verifying and identifying needed material. They perform non-complex modifications or repair of electronic, mechanical, and electro-mechanical assemblies. Direct supervision is provided and refers questions to higher levels. Close supervision involving detailed instructions and constant checking on work performance. Disassembles, assembles and/or installs equipment or parts requiring non-complex wiring or connecting. Screening may include identifying need for repair of electronic, mechanical, and electro-mechanical assemblies. Ability needed to: rotate through tasks per instruction, be detail and safety oriented, meet schedules and move items to staged areas. Assembles and labels component kits from drawings or parts list. Work is checked in progress or on completion. There is close supervision involving detailed instruction and continuous checking on work performance. Performs other related tasks, as required.
• High School graduate or equivalent.
• Experience with various hand and power tools.
• Experience with reading and interpreting diagrams
• Must be able to read, write and understand the English language well enough to perform one’s duties without undue degradation of one’s abilities.
• Ability to read and interpret exploded view assembly drawings.
• Ability to utilize hand, power and pneumatic tools to assemble/disassemble structural or mechanical components
• Apply Safety Awareness to tasks
• Must be able to lift 40 pounds.
• Ability to stand on feet for long durations.
• Ability to perform a variety of assembly tasks requiring dexterity and fine motor skills.
• Must be able to obtain and maintain a government security clearance.
Preferred Qualifications: None