Profession battery assembler

Battery assemblers are welding and assembling the battery components such as electronics parts, wiring, and casing around the cells.

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Personality Type

  • Realistic / Conventional

Knowledge

  • Electricity

    Understand the principles of electricity and electrical power circuits, as well as the associated risks.

  • Battery fluids

    The characteristics and properties of battery fluids.

  • Battery components

    The physical components, such as wiring, electronics and voltaic cells that can be found in batteries. The components vary according to size and type of battery.

  • Battery chemistry

    The different battery types according to the representative chemical components used in the anode or the cathode such as zinc-carbon, nickel-metal hydride, lead-acid, or lithium-ion.

  • Electrical discharge

    Tthe qualities and applications of electrical discharge, including voltage and electrodes.

Skills

  • Monitor machine operations

    Observing machine operations and evaluating product quality thereby ensuring conformity to standards.

  • Ensure conformity to specifications

    Ensure that the assembled products are conform to the specifications given.

  • Ensure public safety and security

    Implement the relevant procedures, strategies and use the proper equipment to promote local or national security activities for the protection of data, people, institutions, and property.

  • Meet deadlines

    Ensure operative processes are finished at a previously agreed-upon time.

  • Adjust voltage

    Adjust voltage in electrical equipment.

  • Remove defective products

    Remove defective materials from the production line.

  • Install low voltage wiring

    Plan, deploy, troubleshoot and test low voltage wiring.

  • Fasten components

    Fasten components together according to blueprints and technical plans in order to create subassemblies or finished products.

  • Read assembly drawings

    Read and interpret drawings listing all the parts and subassemblies of a certain product. The drawing identifies the different components and materials and provides instructions on how to assemble a product.

  • Assemble batteries

    Manufacture batteries using hand tools, power tools or automated machines. Read and understand blueprints and technical plans to comprehend specifications and requirements.

  • Operate soldering equipment

    Use soldering equipment to melt and join together pieces of metal or steel, such as a soldering gun, soldering torch, gas-powered iron, and others.

  • Align components

    Align and lay out components in order to put them together correctly according to blueprints and technical plans.

Optional knowledge and skills

maintain electrical equipment electrochemistry apply soldering techniques electrical engineering troubleshoot assemble automotive batteries waste removal regulations resolve equipment malfunctions replace defect components adjust manufacturing equipment electrical equipment regulations apply technical communication skills prepare shipments in time provide documentation operate battery test equipment dispose of hazardous waste clean components during assembly keep records of work progress oversee stock quality control waste management oversee logistics of finished products repair wiring measure electrical characteristics repair battery components