Electrical Assembler-1st

Janesville, WI

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Remedy Intelligent Staffing is currently hiring for Electrical Assemblers for our valued client in Janesville, WI. Apply today to be considered for this great opportunity!

Shift: 1st shift; 6:00am-4:30pm, Monday-Friday + OT offered on Friday's

Pay: $17.00/hr

Job Duties of the Electrical Assembler:

  • Review print package to understand scope of the project at hand.
  • Inspect the material provided on the work order, as well as the work order itself, for correctness and conformance to company quality standards.
  • Complete all electrical wiring using proper assembly methods, data obtained in the manufacturing procedures and good workmanship skills.
  • Write a requisition slip when materials are required from stock.
  • Notify the area supervisor of any questionable situation or non-conforming parts, assembly or work encountered.  A “Non-Conformance Report” must be written per company standards.
  • Bend and install small conduit runs as required. 
  • Pull wires through the conduit and assemble connection including proper labeling.
  • Return unused materials to rack for return to the stockroom along with the proper paperwork.
  • Tag scrap materials and rejected parts with a rejected tag
  • Maintain a clean, orderly and safe working area.
  • Ensure all work meets company and National Electric Code Standards as well as all other applicable standards.


  • $100 bonus PER WEEK for perfect attendance
  • $1,000 sign on bonus after 6 months on clients payroll
  • Weekly pay!
  • Medical, Dental, Vision & Retirement Plans Available
  • Free Online Skills Courses



Members of the Military and Veterans Encouraged to Apply

Job Requirements

  • Microsoft AX experience required
  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as engineering drawings, work instructions, work orders and bills of materials, electrical schematics, safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.  
  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals
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