Systems Assembler


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Reference Number:
MAR-1063-J
Job Category:
Preferred Degree:
Unspecified
Job Type:
Full Time
Job Country:
Experience (Years):
0-2
Created:
2017-10-06
Job Description

Skilled candidate to provide assembly service in support of our engineering and technical team. The candidate must be able to work independently; using basic hand and power tools assemble pre-determined components, assemblies, and parts kits from work orders and drawings. Electronic assembly, soldering and testing experience required.

Key Tasks and Responsibilities:

Under standard support and guidance:

•           For product and equipment of a simple to medium complexity: manufacture & rework circuit card assemblies, mechanical assemblies and harness/cable assemblies using electronic and electromechanical equipment.

•           Follow assembly documentation (Process Routing Sheets, Assembly Drawings & Parts Lists) and manufacturing instructions ((AMI's, MEI’s, Rework Travelers & Simple Engineering Change Traffic/ Product Design Changes) to perform assigned assembly tasks.

•           Perform “buddy checks” as part of the quality control process as per workmanship standards and/or checklists & MEI’s.

•           Perform assembly tasks in compliance with workmanship standards & procedures to produce quality products. Responsible to record and report quality data using MRP.

•           Perform testing at assembly and sub-assembly level following a test plan, and compilation of test report.

•           Accountable for completion of work orders on time.

•           Completes assigned tasks within expected productivity outputs.

•           Communicate, prioritize & multitasks to achieve team goals.

Electrical Assembly

 

Job Qualifications

         Use hand tools typically used for mechanical, electrical, and electronic assembly such as screwdrivers, wrenches, wire strippers, soldering irons and crimpers to complete subassemblies of consoles and other assemblies.

•           Use power and air tools such as drills, hole saws, counter sinks and taps, crimpers and strippers, belt sanders, grinders, and heat guns to perform a variety of tasks such as cutting, prepping, stripping, and soldering wires for installation of power supplies, brackets, and electrical enclosures and covers and other electrical and mechanical subassemblies.

•           Identify and recognize defective components and assemblies and follow through to resolve problems.

Required Skills & Knowledge:

•           Able to read, decipher, and follow written instructions in English.

•           Able to use a tape measure or ruler to determine proper lengths of material to be cut, using fractional and decimal based math.

•           Able to use basic math skills and count accurately for determining proper sizes of materials to be used, completing time cards and counting material and parts.

•           Able to lift and move materials and tools weighing 1 lb. to 40 lb.

•           Able to perform body movements and physical coordination consistent with variety of assembly processes: bending, leaning, sitting, standing, climbing, arm bending and extension, finger and hand control over small to medium size parts, push and pull exertion.

•           Able to recognize and identify color coding on electronic parts and wiring.

 


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