Electronic Assembler

Nashua, NH

Post Date: 02/20/2017 Job ID: 2458211 Industry: Technician
Assembles electronic components, subassemblies and systems by following specific written instructions. SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES: Assembles electronic components, assemblies, subassemblies and modules by working from samples, visual aids, prints, wiring lists and diagrams, routing instructions and process sheets using appropriate tooling and machinery. Assembles parts using fasteners in the build-up of electronic assemblies. Verifies results to ensure conformance with requirements and performs rework as needed. Performs mechanical assembly operations in the build of electronic assemblies using standard measuring tools and techniques. Performs electronic assembly operations such as wire termination, and installation of wire harness, cable assemblies, relays, transformers, capacitors, resistors or other electronic components. Fabricates wires on a Jig Board (Harness Board) in accordance with specifications. Continuous laces, flat laces and spot ties wire into bundles and routings according to drawing requirements. Prepares wires by performing the following tasks: routes, dresses and terminates conductors to specific dimensions as specified by instructions. Pre-stages circuit card kits and forms components by use of machine and hand devices, which meet general requirements and Manufacturing Control Specifications (MCS). Performs masking operations prior to wave soldering or coating of circuit card assemblies (CCA). Cleans boards per Manufacturing Control Specifications (MCS). Performs other duties and responsibilities as required-Must be able to read, write, and understand English -Must be comfortable using a computer -Must be able to work seated while using a microscope for long periods of time -Must have good through hole and surface mount soldering skills -Able to interpret and understand the instructions on process sheets, prints or route cards. Able to use hand tools (cutters, pliers, pre-formers, screw drivers, etc.). Able to identify electronic components and properly orient them into a circuit board according to polarity. Able to use measurement tools such as scales, micrometers and calipers. May be required to achieve specified solder certification in various assembly/soldering techniques per Company and customer standards.- Active J-Std-001 Soldering workmanship certification - Skill using CS-400 through hole component insertion machinery - Skill performing Wave solder touchup/rework using soldering irons-3+ years experience in a fast paced circuit board manufacturing environment-High School/GED/Equivalent

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