The Assembler puts together the small internal components, assembles cables, and assembles/wires finished product. The incumbent follows drawings, diagrams, samples, or written or verbal instructions.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES:
The statements below are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by a job incumbent. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and activities required of the position. An employee will be required to follow other job-related duties required by the manager.
|% of Time Performing Task||Responsibility/Accountability|
|10%||Reads and interprets schematic drawings, diagrams, blueprints, specifications, work orders, and reports in order to determine materials requirements and assembly instructions.|
|10%||Positions, aligns, and adjusts work pieces and electrical parts to facilitate wiring and assembly.|
|10%||Pre-forms components for printed circuit boards (PCB’s).|
|10%||Follows instructions, diagrams, and drawings to mount components into place on the PCB’s.|
|10%||Assembles electrical or electronic systems and support structures; and installs components, units, subassemblies, wiring, and assembly casings, using soldering and other equipment. (Solders the components into place connecting and soldering lead wires between the individual components to the printed circuit board or panel).|
|10%||Uses light hand or power tools, such as wire strippers and crimpers to hand clip leads and touch up PCB’s.|
|5%||Assembles electronic cable following instructions in detail. Mechanical assembly: fits the wired chassis and other sub-units into the housing to make up the finished product.|
|5%||Solders PCB’s using displacement solder machine according to production drawings.|
|5%||Trims leads using lead trimmer.|
|5%||Drills boxes and enclosures using fixtures.|
|5%||Meets the requirements of the product documentation being used as well as applicable quality and workmanship standards.|
|5%||Performs receiving functions. Marks and tag components so that stock inventory can be tracked and identified.|
|5%||Explains assembly procedures or techniques to other workers.|
|5%||Performs other tasks as required by supervisor.|
- Repetitive assembly work in an air conditioned, mostly dust free work environment.
- May be required to sit or stand for long periods of time.
- Must possess good vision, excellent eye-to-hand coordination, and manual dexterity.
- Must have patience, ability to work with others, and attention to detail.
- High School Diploma or equivalent. Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal skills.
- Prior experience working electronic assembly and production operation. Must have experience in soldering and in surface mount soldering and ability to operate small hand power and manual tools. Must have prior experience assembling electronics, familiarity with printed circuit boards and wiring.
- Ability to follow detailed written and oral instructions. Experience reading blueprints, diagrams, mechanical drawings, and written instructions. Must have good math skills.
- Ability to do precision work on a repetitive basis at relatively high speed.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT
- Ability to lift, push or pull in excess of 1-40 lbs. frequently and in excess of 50 lbs occasionally.
- Work environment is a dust free area with good lighting.
- Specific vision abilities required include close vision, color vision, distance vision, depth perceptions, and the ability to adjust focus.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. This list is not an inclusive list of other demands that may arise.
- Soldering Iron
- Hand-held Drill
- General hand tools (Pliers, wire strippers, screwdrivers, wrenches, etc.)
Technology for Energy Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer, Female/Minority/Veterans/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity.