Electronic Assembler Senior (1st shift)

6 Months
Job Overview
Performs various repetitive electronic -mechanical assembly operations on the assemblies and sub-assemblies. Skilled in using hand soldering equipment and basic hand tools Demonstrated proficiency in performing soldering using tin lead and lead free solder Interview Process The manager spends about 15 mins speaking to the candidates and discussing their previous experiences and then each individual is taken to the Production floor and to test their soldering and inspection skills. The Lead and manager will then review the workmanship.
Minimum Qualification
High School diploma Basic English to communicate with team Basic in Microsoft 2013 Office (Excel, Word, Powerpoint) Soldering to the level of 001 0005 components Inspection per the IPC-610 standard General Basic Mechanical Skills
Preferred Qualification
Highly skilled in Soldering and inspection and must be able to work 40+ a week including weekends IPC-610 certified
High School graduate or equivalent.

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