Automation Assembly Technician

This position is located in Waukesha, WI


Husco provides individuals the opportunity to pursue a career within a fast-paced, industry leading and entrepreneurial organization. Automation Assembly Technicians work closely with our Husco Advance Manufacturing team to support innovative new machine assembly designs and installation. A successful Technician has a strong technical and mechanical background, is able to rapidly learn new concepts/techniques, and is a strong team player. This individual will go the extra mile with his/her team to meet and exceed customer expectations. Able to operate independently in a fast paced and dynamic environment, Assembly Technicians can switch gears quickly to build subassemblies and execute diagnostic de-bug as needed.

Husco is committed to building an environment for employees to be able:

  • To have the flexibility of their own work and put a personal ‘stamp’ on their output
  • Continuously expand and develop their professional talents, skills, and knowledge
  • Create a product for our customers that serves a greater purpose to communities around the world


  • Build & Test Automation Equipment. Work closely with Manufacturing Engineers/Designers to perform the following tasks: read blue prints, check drawings, assemble specified prototypes/subassemblies and complete minor modifications to parts if required.
  • Troubleshoot & Debug Assemblies. Take a hands-on problem solving approach for assembly and test complications. This requires solid understanding of full product design, strong knowledge of testing techniques, and ability to determine root cause of failure or weakness in a design.
  • Able to Wire Panels and Equipment. Able to reach wiring schematics and completely wire electrical panels and equipment.
  • Strong Team Player and Contributor. Able to work well with colleagues and produce results within a fast-paced and high pressure atmosphere. Combines strong attention to detail with an orientation towards results/execution.


  • Associate Degree or equivalent military or formal training with emphasis in equipment maintenance.
  • Knowledge of electrical and mechanical manufacturing equipment; can follow step-by-step instructions, and is able to lay out work.
  • Exhibits attention to detail and is good at documenting work performed.
  • Ability to obtain a certified in fork training and be able to maneuver hand jack, holds a valid driver’s license.
  • Effective communication skills, positive attitude, pleasant demeanor, able to interact well intra-departmentally, and are confidential.
  • Strong oral, written and listening communication skills.
  • Knowledge of engineering drawing practices and Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing.
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Ability to interact with people at all levels of responsibility.
  • Authorized to work in the United States.


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