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Assembly Technician R&D - Transition Team


Baltimore/Washington D.C.


Manufacturing & Production


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Intralox, L.L.C. is hiring an Assembly Technician for the Equipment R&D Group for the Hanover, MD office to focus on transitioning new products from R&D to full scale production. This individual will be a member of a dedicated subset of R&D called the Transition Team. As part of the team, they will develop processes to successfully launch new products and provide technical support to current product launches. This position involves developing, documenting, and training of assembly & maintenance practices for new products, supporting first article installations, and troubleshooting often in customer facilities.

Intralox is a division of Laitram, L.L.C., with an extensive portfolio of innovative products and services that improve lives and optimize business worldwide each day. Intralox’s conveyance solutions enhance food safety, power e-commerce, and solve challenges for industries from automotive to industrial manufacturing to consumer goods.

Together, our 3,000+ global employees are reliable problem solvers, continuously developing and directly delivering solutions that have driven our customers’ growth worldwide for more than 45 years. We consistently and sustainably work together to create long-term value by continuously improving products, services, and processes for our customers. Our award-winning customer service team provides comprehensive support and access to technical experts to deliver fast, reliable solutions. 

Intralox was founded upon the principle of doing the right thing, by treating customers, employees, and suppliers with honesty, fairness, and respect.  We aim as a company to practice these principles every day, which is why we have been consistently recognized for innovation and workplace excellence.

We listen objectively, think creatively, and deliver results.  To learn more about our company culture, philosophy, and benefits, please visit our company page.


  • Responsible for assembly and testing of custom and developmental equipment sometimes at customer facilities.
  • Responsible for developing & documenting optimal assembly practices through repeated assembly and disassembly trials. Provide feedback to and collaborate with Equipment Engineering teams.
  • Provide training to internal assembly teams, aftersales support, and customers.
  • Facilitate Validation Events by presenting new designs to internal engineering and assembly teams.
  • Support the development and fabrication of jigs & fixtures to improve production rates and ensure a consistent high level of quality.
  • Manage the replacement of incorrect parts, at times fabricating parts in house to meet ship dates.
  • Prepare to offer solutions to issues that will occur.
  • Follow all safety procedures and policies.
  • Perform housekeeping duties as required.
  • Work overtime and on weekends as required
  • Exhibit teamwork and self-management practices.
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Minimum 3+ years’ experience in assembly related role.
  • Ability to assemble equipment following a 3d model or assembly drawings.
  • Proficient with most assembly tools including (torque wrench, tape measure, laser level)
  • Proficient with assembly methods including (shaft/bearing/sprocket assembly, squaring, leveling)
  • Ability to write a technical work instruction document with pictures and logical steps.
  • Basic computer skills. (PowerPoint, Word, Excel, MS Teams)
  • Effective communication and relationship skills with engineering groups, customers, suppliers, and subcontractors. 
  • Self-motivated and self-managed to come up with ideas to improve designs or assembly processes.
  • Methodical approach to troubleshooting and strong analytical skills.
  • Ability to stand for long periods of time.
  • Ability to perform the essential functions of the job including the ability to lift and carry 45 pounds.
  • Travel may be required up to 10%, work weekends, holidays, and overtime when required.  
  • Ability to work at BOTH Baltimore offices as required (Sparrows Point and Hanover)
Desired Skills:
  • Knowledge of fabrication processes: welding, machining, sheet metal forming.
  • Ability to work and read precision tools including, calipers, micrometers, dial indicators, feeler gages, gage pins, gage blocks, and other measurement tools.
  • Knowledge of lean manufacturing concepts
  • Experience with industrial conveyors.
  • BS in Mechanical Engineering, two years of community college / trade school, or five years of experience in a related industry.
  • Proficient with forklifts and overhead cranes.