Responsible for hands-on assembling of electrical and mechanical sub- and final assemblies
And understands the manufacturing assembly process, the set up and flow of assembly procedures, demonstrates knowledge and understanding, while performing inspection, sub- and final assemblies including traceability, process inspection, batch verification, drawings, bills of materials and Change Orders. Job Qualifications:
Required Education and Experience
- Performs technical soldering on assemblies as applicable.
- Ability to operate all hand, power tools, production equipment/machinery and inspection equipment as applicable.
- Knowledge of production policies, processes, procedures, and equipment.
- Knowledge of quality standards: ISO, GMP, and OSHA Rules and Regulations.
- Regulatory Training ISO.
- Ability to read and interpret simple assembly bills of material and drawings.
- Ability to work in a team environment.
- Effective manual dexterity and eye hand coordination.
- Effective verbal and written communication skills.
- May be required to obtain an equipment operator certification.
- Ability to perform rework.
- Ability to operate assembly equipment.
- Effective organization skills.
Term of Assignment
- HS Diploma or GED equivalent
- Critical thinking resolving non-standard problems
- 1 year Electrical Assembly experience
- 11 month assignment: Start date is October 2016 through September 2017
- Full-Time: 6:30am to 3:30pm, Monday – Friday, OT would start at 4:30am
- Possible temp to hire with great benefits as a FT. Also there is a shutdown of the site during the holidays.