Apply now »

Assembler I - (2nd & 3rd Shift)

Last Updated Date:  Sep 15, 2023

South Windsor, CT, US, 06074

Company:  HyAxiom



At HyAxiom we develop, manufacture and service hydrogen fuel cells and other innovative hydrogen energy solutions. As the hydrogen business pillar of Doosan Group, the oldest South Korean conglomerate operating in the global energy, manufacturing, and construction sector, we are a leading provider of stationary fuel cell solutions in some of the world’s largest and fastest-growing markets. Our products serve those who seek cleaner and more sustainable energy sources to lower their carbon footprint. 


Our mission is to accelerate a carbon-free energy future by delivering a full spectrum of reliable and cost-effective hydrogen solutions. We seek to be at the forefront of the hydrogen revolution through the development of next-generation technologies for clean hydrogen production and clean fuel cell solutions for land and maritime transportation. 


Come join our Team today!

Job Information


Perform hands-on fabrication and assembly of fuel cell parts, molded components, and subassemblies. Requires use of robotic and other machinery, mechanical equipment, and hand and power tools. Typical work assignments include fabrication and assembly of molded components. Carry out the full spectrum of technical duties in the fabrication, assembly, test, quality assurance, and debugging of systems and assemblies, ensuring all work conforms to established control standards/specifications. Actively participate in process improvement teams, properly maintain tools and equipment, and maintain a safe, clean, and comfortable work environment.

Role & Responsibility


  • Under direction of supervisor, manufacturing engineer or lead, perform assigned assembly work of lesser complexity required to meet standard fabrication and assembly work to meet production schedules and manufacturing goals, including quality and cost
  • Work with others and develop self-skills as required to assure fabrication, assembly and test procedures meet quality and production standards
  • May perform the work necessary to set up and operate straddle carriers and the gantry crane to secure, transport and position large modules, assemblies and powerplants
  • May consider and propose improvised or new methods and recommend improvements to tooling and processes to meet/exceed engineering requirements for new and changed processes.
  • Identify and troubleshoot problems and recommend solutions in a team environment
  • Focus on developing the skills and the tools/techniques required to develop and employ continuous improvement focus and achievement
  • Support self-development and the development of other newer employees to attain optimal quality performance and to enhance individual and the group’s skill base
  • Demonstrate through actions that responsibility for developing talent and sharing knowledge is a very integral aspect of overall performance elevation and development of self and others

Job Requirement


Education & Experience

  • High School diploma or equivalent required.
  • Trades training a plus
  • 0-2+ years of work experience an industrial/production/manufacturing environment is preferred.

Knowledge & Skill

  • Possession of relevant production assembly knowledge necessary to perform work competently
  • Mechanical material movement skills and training
  • Good reading comprehension and general communications skills.
  • Good organizational skills, with focus on sequential process adherence
  • Basic math, reading and writing skills required
  • Basic computer skills required




All personal information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

Questions can be addressed through the HR department at (860) 727-2200 or

Nearest Major Market: Hartford

Apply now »