We are offering a very unique opportunity to work in a small but highly sophisticated manufacturing facility. Job duties and skills required vary dramatically, and some require repetitive tasks. You will be working in a diverse environment not commonly found within larger organizations.
Primary responsibilities shall include cable assembly by hand, cutting wires to exact length, stripping wires to exact measurements, terminal crimping and insertion, cable assembly inspection, and soldering.
Also, your duties shall include repetitive hand assembly of various products and sub-assemblies such as gluing, cutting tubes, product assembly, product inspection, final testing, counting and final packaging.
You will also be trained to operate the semi-automated injection molding machine, and automated SMT assembly line. Tasks shall include mixing solder paste, loading stencil, apply solder paste to stencil, solder paste inspection, loading tape and reel feeders, solder joint inspection, loading pellets into injection molding machine, and other machine related tasks.
Occasion duties and responsibilities shall include PCB assembly, PCB soldering, PCB rework, PCB inspection, PCB testing, SMT machine operation, inventory management, shipping and receiving.
A high skill level of soldered required, including experience with surface mount (including fine pitch), through-hole, and cable soldering techniques. Must have experience with PCB quality assurance and handling procedures, as well as PCB testing protocols. Experience with small shop equipment is required, including bench top power supplies and multi-meters.
You must have high organizational skills and obsession with cleanliness, as well as patience for repetitive tasks and manual labor. Good eye sight is a requirement for working with and inspecting small components. This position may allow for advancement to office manager. As an employee working within a small but growing company, you must exhibit a great deal of diversity while performing daily routines. This means that your specific job will vary day to day, based on various tasks to be completed within the work shop. Note: To confirm your level of education, please expect a background check and verbal exam with focus on general electronics.
Typical work weeks run 35 to 40 hours, Monday through Friday. However, these hours can vary based on work-load. You must be available to work extra hours on week days, week-ends, and sometimes on Holidays. When work-loads are less, you may be needed fewer hours during slow periods.
Watch a short video taken inside our manufacturing facility: http://youtu.be/i9T7IHXkozo
Monster - 17 months ago