• Perform wiring and testing of sub-assembled components to simple chassis
  • Perform self-inspection based on manufacturing checklist
  • Successful completion of company's training and QMIS quarterly training
  • Familiar with Manufacturing standards and practices, ESD procedures, and housekeeping guidelines
  • Familiarity with the use of various electronic components (i.e. multi meter, crimping tools, soldering iron, etc.) and mechanical hand tools (i.e. power screw/nut driver, hand drill, caliper, etc.)
  • Other various duties as assigned

Job requirements include:
  • Understand and configure routine or simple wiring through AWO instructions and BOM
  • Receive and follow detailed instructions in wiring and testing
  • Follow methods and sequence of operations in performing electro-mechanical component installations

TheMechanical Assembler IIwill be responsible for performing a wide variety of mechanical assembly and wiring operations of component sub-assemblies. This person will report to the Manufacturing Supervisor.

Major tasks will include:
  • Follows established methods and sequence of operations in performing mechanical and wiring component installations
  • Use samples and photos as a reference
  • Trained to follow company workmanship standards
  • Must complete Quality quarterly training in QMIS annually
  • Must be familiar with company workmanship standards, Manufacturing Procedures, ESD Procedures, and Housekeeping Guidelines
  • Other various duties as assigned

Requirements include:
  • High school diploma
  • 2-3 years of experience, preferably in the electronics industry
  • Manual dexterity required
  • Familiarity with using various mechanical and electrical hand tools (i.e. mechanical and power screw drivers, wire stripper, crimper, etc.)
  • Basic math skills
  • Good oral communication skills
  • Ability to follow samples, photographs and written instructions
  • Must be able to lift/carry a minimum of 20 pounds
  • Must be able to provide guidance to junior assembler