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Assemble Technician

Job Description

Here's a preview of what you'll be working on:


Perform any combination of following tasks to assemble consumer electronic components



  • Positions and aligns parts in specified relationship to each other in jig, fixture, or other holding device

  • Assembles and attaches hardware, such as covers, boards, USB wires to equipment.

  • Assembles components by examining connections for correct fit; fastening parts and subassemblies.

  • Tends machines that press, drill, and seal components.

  • May perform assembly operations under microscope or another magnifying device.

  • Maintains safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations.

  • Conserves resources by using equipment and supplies as needed to accomplish job results.

  • Documents actions by completing production and quality forms.

  • Responsible for using tools to assemble units to quality control expectation.


Interested? Here's what it takes to apply:


- Min. 1 year related electronics experience
- Above all, you've got to be reliable. If you're ready to go at the start of each shift, you're A-OK in our book.


- Have reliable transportation
- Bring a positive attitude and your A-Game every day.
- Navigate easily through metal detectors daily with style and ease.
- Strong Fine Motor Skills and Excellent Manual Dexterity


 


Shift Available:


 


Frist: Monday to Friday 7am to 330pm - $13/Hr


Second: Monday to friday 330pm to 12am - $13.50/hr





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