Control Panel Assembly Technician - MR Systems

Inframark, LLC

Norcross, GA 30093

Posted 1 month ago

Job Description

Job Description

**Control Panel Assembly Technician** in our MR Systems, Norcross, Ga location.

Fabricates control panels from engineering drawings following MR System’s Panel Assembly Standards. Prepares and packs panels for shipment. Also responsible for the organization, upkeep and cleanliness of the shop. Provide support to all personnel pertaining to all shop related activities and responsibilities. Handles shipping and receiving functions, including entering received orders into the company’s Purchase Order system as well as inventory.


· Reviews and verifies the correctness of project panel drawings received from Engineering.

· Fabricates panels per the “For Manufacturing” project drawings and follows the company’s Panel Assembly Standards.

· Performs control panel burn-in to ensure proper power wiring and identify any DOA/IM panel components.

· Provide comprehensive and accurate control panel drawing mark-ups for “As Built” conditions.

· Follows MR Systems Best Practices and utilizes the established Panel Assembly Standards.

· Develops a solid understanding of UL and NEC codes that affect control panels. Stay current on all changes.

· Discusses any manufacturing issues with the Production Manager.

· Meets with the Production Manager daily to discuss and review progress.

· Understands and meets control panel manufacture labor budgets.

· Becomes proficient with and stays current on the operation of all shop equipment.

· Performs daily clean-up on personal workspace and overall shop.

· Certified to operate the company forklift to move equipment as necessary.

· Takes finished product, wraps and packs it as required for shipment. Determines most cost-efficient bundling of items, (i.e. palletizing or individual packages).

· Performs building maintenance and support as needed.

· Receives and inspects external packaging of all incoming shipments. Notifies supervisor of any apparent shipping damage and proceeds accordingly. Reviews incoming packing lists and routes to appropriate area.

· Performs regular inventory of inventoried materials.


Reports to the Production Manager

Meets with Regional and/or Project Managers on manufacturing issues

Coordinates with Engineering for design issues


A high school diploma is required. Ability to work with people is essential. Knowledge of component parts installation in enclosures, electrical wiring standards, and manufacturing standards are desired.


Ability to communicate orally with management and other co-workers is crucial. Regular use of the telephone and e-mail for communication is essential. Hearing and vision within normal ranges is essential for normal conversations, to receive information and to inspect enclosures, components and documents.

Subpanel and equipment moving is expected. Exertion of up to 100 lbs. of force will be necessary for moving panels and boxes. Good manual dexterity is required for installing components and wires within enclosures. Problem solving ability is desired for formulating recommendations and solutions to various manufacturing issues.


The job is performed indoors in the company’s manufacturing area. Exposure to common dust, fumes, wire clippings, and noise in a fabrication environment is expected. Activities include extended periods of standing, cutting, and component assembly at a work bench, as well as time on the computer checking-in received materials.


Travel is rare. Exceptions would include delivering manufactured equipment, and performing job-site panel or wiring modifications.


An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

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