1st shift, Full-Time
Posted 7 months ago

On-Site Staffing Services is seeking an electronic assembler. The fundamental responsibility of this position is to accurately build all types of assembly orders. Tasks to perform include soldering, stripping, splicing, populating, pinning, terminating, cutting wire, and/or other similar tasks as required to complete the assembly. This position will work independently or at times with a group of other assemblers who are performing sub-assemblies for the same job. This position reports to the Production Coordinator and the Process Engineer.

Duties and Responsibilities:

The duties listed below may vary in terms of importance and other duties may be added or eliminated as this position develops. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions and required qualifications. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Check and verify that each assembly kit contains the correct parts and quantity against the bill of materials and the customer print. Notify the Production Coordinator when there is a discrepancy.
2. Read and interpret prints and schematics, to build assembly orders per the customer’s specifications.
3. Build a variety of electrical assembly orders such as wire/cable harnesses and small/specialized components and terminal blocks per customer specifications.
4. Pull parts and/or wire from shelves per cut sheet and/or bill of material.
5. Operate equipment/machines to cut, strip, and/or pin wire and cable as part of the assembly process.
6. Submit the first piece of the order for inspection before completing the entire order.
7. Check to make sure that the pinned wire has been inspected by the appropriate person before completing the job. Make changes as necessary.
8. Complete appropriate paperwork associated with assembly orders (i.e., 8216) and other responsibilities.
9. Maintain your work area and equipment. Follow approved safety regulations.
10. Perform other essential warehouse duties as assigned by the Production Coordinator and/or the Process Engineer.
11. Other duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications:

The requirements listed below represent the experience, knowledge, skill, and ability required.
• 1-3 years of experience building electrical assemblies (i.e., wire harness, panel assemblies)
• Prior experience reading and interpreting prints and instructions.
• Must be detail oriented and able to multi-task.
• Ability to organize assemblies in a systematic way.
• Ability to follow verbal and written instructions.
• Demonstrate cooperation and teamwork skills.
• Knowledgeable in basic math skills – addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, whole numbers & measuring and converting inches to millimeters.
• Ability to sort and identify parts.
• Ability to follow proper safety standards for all machinery, tools, and equipment.
• Finger and hand dexterity – able to work with small parts.
• Proficiency in problem-solving skills.
• Ability to distinguish color.
• Self-motivated; eager to take on more responsibility and ownership of the position.

Desired Experience:

• Proficiency in micro to standard soldering
• 1-year machine operation experience
• Computer skills–basic use of Microsoft Office, Internet, and Wago Script software and/or similar functioning software
• Knowledge and understanding of electronics (i.e., basic components, resisters, and voltage/current)

Physical Requirements:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.
• Ability to read and understand a variety of written material.
• Effectively communicate orally and in writing
• Use hands and fingers to handle or feel objects or tools.
• Operate a computer.
• Listening and comprehension
• Frequent lifting; moving or hoisting parts, materials, or boxes
• Frequent sitting, standing, bending, stooping, squatting; pushing, and pulling of parts and parts containers.
• Regularly lift up to 20 lbs. and occasionally lift or move up to 50 lbs.

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