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Sheet Metal Assembler

Sheet Metal Assembler


The sheet metal assembler is responsible for assembling fabricated metal parts for enclosure buildings according to specifications.

Supervisory Responsibilities:



  • Review, analyze, and follow various blueprints, diagrams, drawing, procedures, and work instructions to complete enclosure building assemblies
  • Assemble sheet metal panels for enclosure building doors, walls, roofs, and trusses
  • Uses various power tools and hand tools (ex. Drills, impacts, screwdrivers, grinders, etc.) to accomplish assigned tasks
  • Conduct quality assurance checks to confirm that assembled products meet specifications and quality standards
  • Identify any product defects; record and report them accordingly
  • Monitor and maintain inventory of necessary supplies, tools, and parts in work station
  • Maintain a clean and safe work area
  • Perform all other duties as assigned


  • Strong attention to detail and ability to perform work accurately
  • Knowledge of manufacturing, equipment maintenance, and safety management
  • Reading comprehension skills with the ability to interpret and follow written directions, blueprints, wiring drawings, schematics, and engineering diagrams
  • Basic math skills to meet technical specifications and measurements
  • Basic understanding of tools (ex. Tape measure, impact drill, etc.)
  • Demonstrated proficiency with the ability to safety operate powered equipment (forklift, reach truck, scissors lift, overhead crane, etc.)


  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Prior experience in assembly
  • Prior experience in a manufacturing or construction environment preferred
  • Prior experience operating powered equipment (forklift, reach truck, scissors lift, overhead crane, etc.)

Physical Requirements:

  • Prolonged periods of standing, bending, kneeling, and performing repetitive tasks.
  • Must be able to lift, push, pull up to 35 pounds at a time.
  • Must have manual dexterity in order to assemble products or machines as directed.
  • Must have excellent hand-eye coordination.
  • Ability to differentiate between colored wires, tabs, and electronic components.
  • Must wear PPE, such as gloves, safety glasses, hard hat, and ear protection, while working on the production floor


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