Machine Assembly Technician

JBT Kingston is a rapidly growing member of the JBT family and is expanding its operation. Currently we are looking for Machine assembly technicians that are looking for long term career growth potential.

JBT Kingston is a leader in the manufacture of Food Processing equipment and related technologies. We have seen tremendous sales growth in our product portfolio, and we are adding a second shift 3:00- 11:30 onto our operation with potential for first shift in the future.

As a machine assembly technician, you will be responsible for the assembly, wiring, plumbing, and testing of complex electro-mechanical equipment related to the food processing Industry.

Successful applicants must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. Vaccine verification will be required upon acceptance of employment.

Company Benefits

Competitive Wages and Compensation including bonus plan
OJT training provided
Overtime pay
Medical, Dental, and Vision coverage
Life Insurance
Short Term/ Long Term Disability
401(k) plan with company match
Paid Time Off
Company Paid Holidays
Floating Holidays
Company Sponsored Events
Succession planning
2nd shift premium, plus bonus plan


Assembly of complex mechanical sub-assemblies and final assemblies by interpreting 3D mechanical drawings or verbal instruction and inspecting the assemblies using micrometers, Calipers, scales, gages and other inspection type equipment.
Read and interpret 3D cad drawings, electrical schematics, Plumbing diagrams, Bills of materials and Routings.
Route wires and cabling through machine and terminate all connections within predetermined paths on the machine.
Make modification using hand tools such but not limited to Drills, saws, hole punches,
Evaluate parts or components for replacement, or upgrade.
Perform Quality checks on machines during build process.
Troubleshoot and repair errors found during the assembly cycle.
Report discrepancies back to management or Engineering to resolve and prevent future occurrences.
Review and recognize Quality problems related to fit ups, finishes or workmanship.
Meet production schedules as required and hit production metrics.
Low voltage wiring to high voltage wiring and testing experience (AC / DC circuits & single and 3 phase)
Low 24V and lower
High 240V / 480V
Open to formal Best Practice training and Lean Principles
Open to external RCI training
Understanding of standard mechanical tools and use for assembly


2-year degree or graduation from a technical school.
Ability to work OT.
Safety equipment needed

Required Skills

Good communication skills
Able to read schematics
Problem Solving Skills
Customer First, Continuous improvement mind set.
Microsoft Office utilities (Word, excel, etc)


SponsorJBT Corporation
Posted Date3/23/22
ContactSue Wilson
Contact Email
CountryUnited States of America

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