Multiquip Inc.

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Electrical Assembler

Electrical Assembler

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Electrical assembly of components to portable power. Fabricate wiring harness and terminate to components, install

and wire up relays, CT’s, controllers, circuit breakers, camloks, etc.


  • Route wires, assemble, and install electrical and electronic components onto generator assembly, such as reconnection board, terminal blocks, controls, buss panels, engine DC, Generator AC , junction terminal boxes, and main control switch panels
  • Read work orders, wiring diagrams and specifications to determine required assembly methods
  • Participate in meetings, training, and seminars as assigned for the purpose of conveying and gathering information required to perform job function
  • Analyze schematics and drawings of electrical systems to determine the efficiency and safety of the installation
  • Coordinate with others to complete projects
  • Request equipment and/or supplies to maintain inventory and ensure availability of the items required to complete assigned jobs
  • Diagnose causes of electrical problems or failures to identify needed equipment repairs
  • Manufacture custom wiring harnesses to fit equipment
  • Cut wire and/or cable to specified lengths
  • Crimp terminal and lugs to wire ends by hand or machine crimping devices
  • Route, comb, twist, tie wraps, and attach wire to terminal points, according to layout, using soldering gun and hand tools
  • Connect wiring to accessories, such as relays, circuit breakers, plugs, switches, solenoids, circuit breakers, buss panels and reconnection boards
  • Conduct functional and continuity tests of electrical assemblies, components, wire harness and plugs, using ohmmeter, test lights, and other electrical testing instruments
  • Be able to work in tight areas
  • Forklift and crane operation
  • Perform other duties as assigned


  •  1-3 years of generator/electrical experience are required
  • One year Electrical certification from a junior college or trade school is a plus
  • Able to operate a forklift