Contract Duration: 3 Months -Extension
Under the direction and guidance of the Production Supervisor, the Electronics Assembler, routes, wires, assembles and installs electrical and electronic components in military sonar systems and commercial equipment according to specifications, using fixtures and jigs, hand tools and equipment. Reads work instructions, drawings and specifications to determine assembly methods. Solders surface mount components to printed wiring using microscopes and hand soldering devices.
1. Responsible for assembling and handling products, equipment and materials per engineering and company's quality system procedures.
2. Perform program specific tasks as required to ensure compliance to individual program requirements.
3. Assemble printed wiring boards from engineering drawings and sketches using surface mount hardware, soldering irons and microscope.
4. Cut wire to specified lengths, using wire cutters.
5. Cut plastic sleeves and slip sleeves over wire ends to insulate connections.
6. Crimp terminal eyelets and lugs to wire ends, using hand or machine crimping device.
7. Route, comb, twist, wrap, tie and attach wire to terminal points, according to layout, using soldering iron and hand tools.
8. Connect wiring to accessories, such as connectors, circuit breakers, plugs and switches and install accessory assemblies in electrical or electronic units, using soldering iron and hand tools.
9. Conducts functional and continuity tests of electrical assemblies, components, wire harness and plugs, using ohmmeter, test lights and other electrical testing instruments.
10. Pot or encapsulate electrical and electronic components and assemblies.
11. Follow company procedures for corrective action. Notify Production supervisor if a defect is identified to obtain guidance and assistance in resolving the problem.
12. Responsible for following procedures for product assembly/fabrication, equipment operation and sound safety requirements as documented in the company's quality system.
13. Promote cordial relationships and foster and maintain a favorable business profile with customers, suppliers, co-workers, industry and professional associations, government agencies and the local community.
1. Are you a US citizen/US person?
2. You will be required to pass a drug screen and criminal investigation. Can you pass?
3. What is your salary expectation?
4. Can you read and write English?
5. Do you have any experience with assembly requiring high dexterity (i.e. small parts or high precision assembly)?
6. Have you previously used work instructions? If so, describe.
7. Can you read/interpret a mechanical drawing? If so, describe.
8. Have you previously/can you read measurements on a tape measure. If previous experience, describe.
9. Do you have any soldering experience? If so, describe. If so, do you have any solder certification?
a. Please attach copies of certifications (include expired if necessary):
10. Our schedule is 9/80, 7-4:30. Can you work these hours?
11. We may require overtime work, including off Fridays and Saturdays. Can you work these hours?
12. When can you start work if hired?