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Precision Machine Assembler - Boston

  • Job
    Entry Level / Graduate
  • Engineering
  • Boston

AI generated summary

  • The ideal candidate for the Precision Machine Assembler role in Boston should be 18 years of age or older and possess a high school diploma or equivalent education. They should also be willing to wear safety shoes, hearing protection, and eye protection while on the job.
  • The Precision Machine Assembler will be responsible for following safety procedures, using various tools, understanding equipment maintenance, troubleshooting and commissioning machinery, reading prints, and occasionally traveling for equipment installation and commissioning. They must also maintain a clean and organized work area and adhere to all safety guidelines.


  • All applicants must:
  • Be 18 years of age or older
  • Have a high school diploma, GED or equivalent education
  • Be willing to wear safety shoes, hearing protection, and eye protection.


  • Follow Lockout/Tag-out procedure; understand safety processes when commissioning equipment.
  • Knowledge of using hand tools, power tools and measuring tools.
  • Understand general equipment maintenance; mechanical functioning – index, continuous. Knowledge of CAM motions and timing and stroke adjustment vs. position adjustment, also understanding of Kinematic.
  • Sound knowledge of pneumatic diagrams and valves, ability of pipefitting and use of safe practices in the use of energy force.
  • Knowledge and ability of tuning feed systems for optimal performance.
  • Understand how Servo Motor control works. Able to setup Servo points.
  • Knowledge of proximity switches and fiber optic detectors – through beam, reflect. Setup of electronic pneumatic detectors.
  • Able to troubleshoot and commission multiple types of assembly equipment.
  • Ability to read prints and also recognize and report any inadequacies in prints, materials and route sheets in order to be corrected.
  • Occasional travel for assisting with equipment installation and commissioning.
  • Maintain and clean and orderly work area.
  • Must follow all safety guidelines as outlined in the Company.


What tools will the Precision Machine Assembler use for fabrication and assembly operations?

The Precision Machine Assembler will use a wide variety of machine and/or bench tools to perform diversified fabrication and/or assembly operations.

What is the level of ownership for the Precision Machine Assembler in completing machines and installations?

The Precision Machine Assembler has ownership for the overall completion of machines and installations, as well as the scope of the project.

Who does the Precision Machine Assembler partner with for repairs and training on production equipment?

The Precision Machine Assembler partners with the manufacturing team for repairs and training on production equipment.

What processes does the Precision Machine Assembler follow for job tracking and recording?

The Precision Machine Assembler follows systems processes for job tracking and recording.

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P&G was founded more than 185 years ago as a soap and candle company. Today, we’re one of the world’s largest consumer goods companies and home to iconic, trusted brands, including Always®, Charmin®, Braun®, Fairy®, Febreze®, Gillette®, Head & Shoulders®, Oral B®, Pantene®, Pampers®, Tide®, and Vicks®. The design, development, growth and success of these products—and many more—is thanks to the innovative and insightful minds of our people. From Day 1, you’ll help make everyday life easier for our 5 billion consumers. There is no single equation for success at P&G, because no two P&G people or careers are alike. Just as we strive to deliver a superior consumer experience, we aim to deliver a superior employee value equation as well. With our large global footprint, there are many opportunities to work with P&G in multiple locations. We offer opportunities in approximately 70 countries and continually aim to attract, reward and advance the finest people in the world. Here, we want you to get your career off to a fast start. That's why we don't have any rotational development programs or gradual ramping-up periods: you’ll be able—and encouraged—to dive right in from Day 1. Join us and help make life better through meaningful work that makes an impact from Day 1.

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