Electronics Assembler Associate

Roles and Responsibilities:
  • Obtain all necessary information to perform job assignment and report any discrepancies to appropriate personnel
  • Plan, lay out, assemble, wire and solder complete electrical/electronic and mechanical equipment and apparatus such as PC boards, controls and control panels, assemblies, converters, inverters and small output stations
  • Read and interpret schematics and wiring diagrams to perform point-to-point assembly, where assemblies and subassemblies require wiring and soldering of large masses of wires in confined spaces
  • Following appropriate wiring diagram, perform wiring using harness boards, tie-in cables and harnesses; install mechanical parts, components and fasteners as specified
  • Perform electrical/electronic and mechanical assembly tasks working as a member of an assembly team as assigned
  • Lay out and construct harness boards to assemble and form wiring and cables for a wide variety of electrical/electronic and mechanical assemblies and subassemblies
  • Mix and apply bonding components and encapsulates
  • Perform product finishing functions as required; obtain and maintain proper certifications, such as Conformal Coating Printed Wiring Assembly (PWA), Paints/Epoxies, etc
  • Use and operate a broad range of hand tools, assembly equipment and safety equipment to perform tasks
  • Understand the function of and use a broad range of electrical/electronic and mechanical parts and components such as brackets, solder, wire, resistors, diodes, capacitors, relays, transformers, coils, switches, PC boards, epoxies, etc
  • Work closely with other personnel and attend company sponsored training courses to obtain knowledge and skills for career development
  • Maintain equipment and work area in a clean and orderly condition


Basic Qualifications:
  • High School graduate or recognized equivalent (GED)
  • Strong mechanical/electrical aptitude
  • Must be capable of successfully completing basic solder certification, visual acuity test and in-house skills training.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Ability to read/understand electrical schematics or blueprints
  • Previous assembly experience
  • AA Degree
  • SAP or other ERP/MRP System experience

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