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JOB DESCRIPTION • Builds and validates precision Opto-mechanical assemblies in strict accordance with procedure. • Uses standardized tools and electric equipment (i.e., torque wrenches, electric and pneumatic screwdrivers and ball drivers) to perform mechanical assembly on opto-mechanical assemblies. • Enters data into company databases. • Executes simple standardized process inspections/tests thr...
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Posted Fri 14th June
The most common career in mechanical repair is that of an automobile mechanic. As the craft requires a lot of training and practice, it is best to seek a formal program at a trade school. Alternatively, one can apprentice under a licensed mechanic in order to gain practical field experience. As a mechanic, one must continue to learn throughout his/her career, as technology continues to change. The hours required of this career are usually longer than 40 hours a week and the conditions can sometimes be harsh. Employment opportunities exist at auto repair companies, auto body shops and car dealerships.