Electric motor assembly master - Salary and Career
Electronic assembly and installation supervisors

Electric motor assembly master - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They plan, organize and monitor the activities of electrical and electronic assembly and installations, directly supervise and guide a team of factory floor workers. Control production resources and write technical documents.

How much does an Electric motor assembly master earn

A Electric motor assembly master earns between $1.735 and $10.412 per month, with an average monthly salary of $4.101 and a median salary of $3.300 according to an Averwage.com salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 4.386 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Electric motor assembly master

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 4.101 49.215 1.025 19
1º Quartile 1.735 20.821 434 8
Median Salary 3.300 39.600 825 15
3º Quartile 7.941 95.287 1.985 37
Higher Salary 10.412 124.944 2.603 48

Professional job categories

  • Workers in the production of industrial goods and services
    • electronics manufacturing and installation workers
      • electronic assembly and installation supervisors
        • electronic assembly and installation supervisors

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Main workplaces

Electronic assembly and installation supervisors they manufacture office machines, computer equipment, electronic devices and materials, communication devices and equipment, medical-hospital, precision and optical equipment, and telecommunications companies. They work with a formal contract, supervising production cells or workstations, under the guidance of technicians or engineers.

What does it take to work in the field of Electronic assembly and installation supervisors

For access to this occupation, the requirement of schooling and professional training is complete high school plus a basic professional qualification course, lasting between two hundred and four hundred class hours. For the full exercise of the activities, three to four years experience in the area is required.

Functions and activities of Electric motor assembly master

Electronic assembly and installation supervisors must:

  • orient manpower in the workplace;
  • guide labor in the workplace;
  • guiding manpower in the workplace;
  • guide workplace manpower;
  • monitor production activities;
  • supervise work teams;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • write documents;
  • control production resources;
  • plan the work;
  • draw documents;

  • Activities

    • fill out product transfer guides;
    • instruct in the use of materials;
    • track the steps of each activity;
    • set spending targets;
    • control time spent performing each job;
    • inform work teams about various matters (medical, meetings, training, etc. );
    • form teams of people according to the required activity;
    • promote role rotation;
    • check if the machines have been turned on;
    • communicate with internal and external customers;
    • schedule the work according to production planning and control (pcp);
    • record evidence of the execution of quality procedures;
    • fill out material non-compliance reports;
    • fill in the employee attendance list;
    • discipline regarding the use of safety equipment;
    • observe work sequence;
    • provide raw materials with internal supplier.;
    • arrange model change;
    • develop action plans to achieve goals;
    • fill out material requisition and return;
    • troubleshoot;
    • monitor production cost;
    • advise on equipment conservation;
    • guiding on the cleanliness and organization of the workplace ;
    • provide production quality standard;
    • check the work environment;
    • lead groups;
    • motivate the group;
    • identify non-conformities (deviations);
    • achieve goals;
    • calculate requirements for machinery, equipment, labor and materials;
    • allocate productive resources;
    • evaluate employee performance;
    • follow work procedures;
    • evaluate potential causes of problems;
    • list equipment for utilization control;
    • stimulate improvement suggestions;
    • balance production operations;
    • minimize movements at work stations;
    • correct nonconformities (deviations);
    • fill in production reports, stoppages and etc.;
    • display results of achieved goals;
    • request training;
    • maintain discipline;
    • control execution of production targets.;
    • supervise the performance standard of team activities;
    • create a quality monitoring chart;
    • manage employee absences and replacements;

    Sectors that hire Electric motor assembly master the most in the job market

    • industrial assembly works
    • electrical installation and maintenance
    • engineering services
    • assembly of metal structures
    • building construction
    • temporary labor lease
    • construction of electricity distribution stations and networks
    • manufacture of electronic components
    • installation of industrial machinery and equipment
    • assembly and disassembly of scaffolding and other temporary structures

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