Mechanical Assembler at BlueCrest

  • Manufacturing/Mechanical Jobs, Assembler Jobs
  • Permanent Employment
  • 4 weeks ago
  • Maryland, America
  • Shift Full-Time
  • Job Qualifications High School Diploma
  • Job experience 1 Year

Job Description

Mechanical Assembler at BlueCrest

BlueCrest is a global, innovative leader in enterprise print, mail and customer communications. Our products include printers, inserters, sorters and parcel solutions-and a renewed commitment to innovative software and vote-by-mail solutions. We are proud to be an industry and market leader in the mail space.

Although our manufacturing headquarters is based in Danbury, Connecticut, we are a global company with clients and team members in over 15 countries worldwide, including an expansive field service team comprised of over eight-hundred specialized field service technicians.

Advancing our clients’ operations to meet the demands of the future takes a great team and hard work.

We move quickly to creatively solve problems and implement change. Most of all we cherish our role as a trusted and innovative technology partner. We provide a supportive and inclusive working environment for employees where individuals can thrive, and teams can flourish.

Our BlueCrest culture is reflected by our core behaviors: Innovation, Collaboration, Accountability, Resourcefulness and Enthusiasm (I CARE). It is with these behaviors in mind that we approach every customer, every idea, every product, and every employee, every day. It is the essence of how we interact and work-it’s how things get done at BlueCrest.


Final assembly point for manufacture of parcel sortation modules to be used in the integration of complete parcel sortation systems.


As an Assembler, you will be responsible for electromechanical assembly of components and sub-systems onto base platforms according to engineering specifications and/or verbal instruction. Your attention to detail and mechanical aptitude will contribute to the seamless integration of our modules.


  • Mechanical aptitude with experience in working in open setups employing “standard” hand tools such as hand wrenches, screwdrivers, power assisted fastening tools, utilizing jigs & dies where applicable, and other factory support items such as overhead cranes, product dolly’s, etc.

  • Basic blueprint reading and understanding, work instruction reading and comprehension, able to take verbal instruction.

  • Understanding of schedule attainment.

  • Safety 1st


The role will report to the Manufacturing Manager and collaborate with manufacturing cell leaders and experienced machine builders.


  • High school diploma, GED, or in process.

  • Good mechanical aptitude; fluent in reading and understanding English – grade 12 level or higher; Math skills – grade 12 level or higher; familiarity with hand tools.


  • In addition to the above, 1-3 years in an industrial or electromechanical environment.

  • Familiarity with elementary electronics: PCB/circuit design, PLC operation, system testing.

  • Ability to work independently with moderate supervision.

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