Vehicle Assembler

Vehicle Assemblers put together separate parts and components of vehicles to go through assembly lines and may assist in the installation of electronic mechanisms in automobiles. They should be familiar with working components and details in automobiles and operate at high standards.

Duties and tasks

  • Drill or cut appropriate holes in parts for mounting in vehicles
  • Manually initiate machine operations for vehicle assembly
  • Monitor and inspect vehicles after assembly for proper functioning and specifications
  • Nail, glue, screw and solder individual parts of vehicles and weld components together
  • Situate proper components on workbenches and fasten them
  • Unite vehicle appliances and accessories to electrical power supply to ensure successful operations
  • Work in sequenced order of parts to be assembled and secure them in place

Skills required

  • Critical Thinking Skills
  • Manual Agility
  • Precision
  • Problem Solving Abilities
  • Strong Attention to Detail

Working conditions

Vehicle Assemblers typically work Mondays to Fridays, but may be required to work evenings or weekends in order to finish large orders on time. They usually work in automobile production sites and factories, manually assembling certain parts in vehicles.

Professional associations / Industry information

Manufacturing Skills Australia
Technology Industry Association

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