Duties and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Perform repetitive electrical and mechanical assembly work in accordance with company policy, specifications, and current soldering standards as follows:
  • Properly interpret assembly, schematic, set-up drawings, & work aids
  • Install, assemble, and connect mechanical parts and assemblies,
  • Hook-up various types of wiring, mount and remove electronic components.
  • Work independently as well as in a team environment as required.
  • Work with and assist engineering on proto-type builds.
  • Will work with stock room personnel as required.


  • Knowledge of active and passive electronic components, types of grounding, and proper mechanical assembly technic.
  • Knowledge of current soldering practices to include experience in handling ESD components, and thru-hole and surface mount components in a manufacturing environment.
  • Experience working with mildly hazardous materials (i.e., isopropyl alcohol, MEK, etc.) and familiarity with Safety Data Sheets (SDS).
  • Solid attention to detail, good organizational skills, and ability to multi-task as priorities change.
  • Possess verbal and written communication skills to efficiently convey technical ideas and information to others.
  • Knowledge and experience working with precision tooling and small power tools (i.e., dental tool, micro-scopes, exacto knives, jewelers screw drivers, crimpers, hand drills, heat-gun, etc.).
  • Knowledge of machining practices and experience with larger power tools (i.e., lathes, mills, band-saws, sanders, drill-presses, etc.), is a plus.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Windows, Word, and Excel.
  • Minimum three years experience.
  • Ability to lift over 30 pounds.

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