Exergy Performance services the performance diesel market, specifically diesel fuel systems. The Pump Assembly and Test Technician is responsible for making prescribed modifications to stock fuel system pumps. This requires following written and video instructions, using common mechanical tools and the appropriate components. Also, the technician is required to test the final product to meet customer requirements.
Duties and Responsibilities
The pump assembler position requires a person that can be minimally supervised and achieve a high level of quality work completion. Common responsibilities include:
· Following technical instructions from a variety of sources, written, video, verbal, etc.
· Complete pump builds to customer work order specification.
· Ascertain the correct components needed to complete a pump modification.
· Inspect all modified components of performance pumps, ensuring that all parts are up to Exergy standards.
· Use a variety of machines such as presses, and jigs.
· Test the finished pumps for operation; operate the test bench ensuring that all pumps are within specifications.
· Modification and testing of used pumps.
· Monitor components and inform Purchasing Manager when components need to be reordered.
· Monitor performance pump inventory and inform Purchasing Manager when components need to be reordered.
· Proper packaging of pumps for shipping.
· Follow company procedures and directives.
· Maintain tools in good working condition.
· Keep a clean and well-organized workplace.
· Other duties as required.
Skills and Qualifications
· Mechanical ability and demonstrated use of common mechanical tools.
· Physical strength to lift up to 50 lbs and stand for an 8-hour work shift with periodic breaks.
· Good communication skills.
· Willing to learn new processes and procedures.
· Some knowledge of automotive diesel engines is helpful.
· Basic computer skills including Excel; ability to read an Excel spreadsheet and enter data points.
Education and Training Requirements
· Technical training completed or near completion; a certificate or an associate degree from a technical training institute is desirable for higher positions or complicated projects.
· Diesel mechanic training is desirable.
· Other training or experience such as electronic, hydraulic, or pneumatic will also be considered.
· This is a full-time job, 40 hours minimum per week, but part-time may be considered. Flexible time may be considered also.