Analogic

Assembler 3

US-MA-Peabody
4 days ago
ID
2017-1450
# of Openings
1
Category
Manufacturing
Type
Temporary Full-Time

Overview

Performs a wide variety of electronic, electromechanical, and mechanical production assembly and subassembly operations of a semiskilled nature to build and assemble complex units such as power supplies, printed circuit boards, modules, chassis drawers, cable harnesses, and electronic and mechanical systems and assemblies.

Responsibilities

  • assembly operations may include wiring, component installations, and hand soldering
  • disassembles, modifies, reworks, refurbishes, reassembles, tests units and corrects malfunctions as required
  • performs drilling, reaming, burnishing, and tapping
  • reads and interprets complex engineering drawings and reworks parts to incorporate engineering changes
  • assembles and installs various electrical or electronic components where operation and sequence are specified by schematics, blue prints, wire lists, diagrams, verbal instructions, or established operations practices
  • uses a wide variety of specialized hand tools such as solder irons, wire strippers, crimpers, wrenches, screwdrivers, and pliers
  • may set up and operate automatic and semiautomatic assembly equipment; ability to set up fixtures, operate assembly equipment
  • if mechanical, may perform mechanical assembly of a medium complexity item; perform mechanical troubleshooting or adjustments to meet mechanical performance specifications or tolerances; may balance rotating machinery
  • may perform soldering rework of either SMT or thru-hole
  • may train other assemblers

Qualifications

  • as a skilled assembler, completes tasks in effective ways. Works with minimum supervision; recommends process or product improvements
  • ability to follow written and verbal instructions is required
  • High school or equivalent plus 5 years or more of related experience.

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