Electrical Assembler

K-Technologies

Summary

Responsible for fabrication and assembly of mechanical or electrical assemblies. Work with a range of tools and machines from wire crimping to soldering. Assembles units by following drawings, procedures, manufacturing instruction operation sheets, BOM’s and ECN’s.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Adhere to Quality Management System policies and procedures
  • Read drawings, Operation Inspection sheets, Work Instructions
  • Perform Assembler C duties and responsibilities
  • Crimp, solder, press, clamp, and weld parts and components
  • Prepare workstation for job
  • Requisition tools and fixtures if necessary
  • Build first article of more complex production assemblies and subassemblies
  • Inspect and test work
  • Troubleshoot and resolve problems
  • Transport assemblies to shipping area
  • Measure and cut parts to various lengths. Parts include wires, shrink tubing, and cables.
  • Get work assignments from Production Manager
  • Tin Conductors using flux and solder pot. Bend resistors and components using hand bender, hand tools, power tools, and presses
  • Build first article of simple production assemblies and subassemblies
  • Inspect wires
  • Complete appropriate paperwork. (travelers, inspection, and test data sheets, control plans)
  • Build electromechanical subassemblies
  • Strip, crimp and solder wires and components using hand tools, and power tools.
  • Assemble mechanical components using hand tools, and power tools
  • Housekeeping

Equipment Used

  • All hand tools
  • Most power tools, pneumatic tooling
  • Computer
  • Wire processors
  • High voltage test equipment
  • Soldering irons, solder pots, heat guns
  • Test equipment (meters, oscilloscopes), terminal applicator presses
  • Lab grade ovens, brazing equipment
  • Small forklift
  • Scales

Working Relationships

Will work with Poduction Manager, Team Leads, Technicians, Engineers, Manager of Materials and Planning

Education and/or Experience

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Ability to read, write and follow directions
  • Three to six months related experience and/or training in an electro-mechanical manufacturing environment
  • Soldering, inspection and test certifications (J-STD-001, IPC-A-610 and IPC-A-620) preferred

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $12.00 to $18.00 /hour

Required education:

  • High school or equivalent