Electronic Assembler Resume Samples (2022)

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Phoenix, AZ

Electronic Assembler

Phoenix, AZ

Schmidt-Simonis

Phoenix, AZ

Electronic Assembler

  • Perform basic testing and make necessary adjustments to the system
  • Periodically assists in other production areas at the discretion of the Unit Manager or Supervisor
  • Perform work of a miscellaneous nature
  • Perform routine documented setup of equipment at the workstation
  • Perform daily organization and cleanup of work area
  • Perform electrical/electronic and mechanical assembly tasks working as a member of an assembly team as assigned
  • Provides training and back-up as requested by Unit Manager or Supervisor

Dallas, TX

Electronic Assembler A

Dallas, TX

Emmerich, Fay and Hand

Dallas, TX

Electronic Assembler A

  • Performs the most complex rework
  • Analyzes test results and makes suggestions for improvement
  • Fills out and maintains necessary paperwork. Ensures paperwork is compliant with quality instructions and manufacturing job instructions
  • Performs other duties as assigned or directed
  • Completes quality assembly work in a timely manner
  • Trains and provides leadership to lower level assemblers
  • Performs PCB loading

present

San Francisco, CA

Electronic Assembler B

San Francisco, CA

Cartwright-Huel

present

San Francisco, CA

Electronic Assembler B

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  • Ensures paperwork is compliant with quality instructions and manufacturing job instructions
  • Fills out and maintains necessary paperwork
  • Actively participates in the Quality Improvement System
  • Using assembly drawings assembles electronic PC boards from various components to meet Leach specifications
  • Checks and preps parts prior to assembly
  • Actively participates in Lean and 6S initiatives
  • Maintain the highest ethical standards, even when challenged from above

EducationEducation

Bachelor’s Degree in Electro

Bachelor’s Degree in Electro

Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Bachelor’s Degree in Electro

SkillsSkills

  • Attention to detail and quality
  • Able to work independently
  • Soldering skills (certificate desirable)
  • Ability to sit 100%
  • Ability to successfully pass solder and visual acuity certification tests and pre-employment screening evaluations
  • Ability to read and comprehend procedures written in English
  • Ability to understand and follow instructions and work successfully with supervision
  • Certification to IPC WHMA-A-620 (Cable and Wire Harness Assembly); or other certifications in electronics assembly and workmanship
  • Ability to communicate well and work with others
  • Demonstrated verbal, interpersonal, and written communication skills, to provide for respectful work related communications with peers and personnel from other departments (direct contact and use of electronic mail systems)

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Train other GARMIN associates on task requirements and processes
  • Perform operator level preventive maintenance on machines, per Garmin requirements
  • Mount assembled components such as transformers, resistors, capacitors, integrated circuits and sockets on chassis, panel or printed circuit board
  • Tend machines which press or shape component parts, may include lifting up to 25 pounds
  • Operate standard test equipment and conduct functional, operational, environmental and life tests on product
  • Connect unit to test instrument, such as ohmmeter, voltmeter, ammeter, resistance bridge or oscilloscope and turn switch
  • Record type and quantity of defects
  • Identify and label Material Drops (for incoming material)
  • Clear all unnecessary items regularly
  • Identify all material properly
  • Maintain orderly work center condition at end of shift
  • Associates operating machinery must have a mechanical aptitude with an attention to detail
  • Due to the level of training necessary to be successful in this position, Electronics Assemblers are not eligible for job transfer for a minimum of one year after certification in this position
  • Soldering skills (certificate desirable)

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Assemble assigned product(s) using detailed instructions such as; standard manufacturing procedures, specifications,
  • Conducts and documents first piece inspections on materials to be used in product assembly
  • Conducts final assembly testing and may pack finished goods. Tasks may include; soldering, wiring and use of hand tools
  • Reports all problems or recognized deviations to set-up operator or supervisor
  • Must be able to work across product assembly areas as needed
  • May be asked to assist with training of other employees
  • No relocation benefit is being offered for this position. Only candidates that currently reside within the immediate geographical area will be considered (within 50 miles)
  • Must be able to follow written and/or verbal instructions
  • Strong basic math skills, including ability to use calculator

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Electronic Assembler AResume Examples & Samples

  • Builds prototype, production final assemblies and sub-assemblies following verbal direction, prototype drawings and production drawings
  • Visually inspects assemblies in progress to ensure compliance to specifications, assembly drawings and schematics
  • Minimum of two years of experience in electronic or electro-mechanical related assemblies
  • Wire Harness Assembly preferred
  • Completion of IPC/WHMA-A-620 CIS certification preferred
  • Basic computer knowledge required
  • Aerospace industry

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Obtain all necessary information to perform job assignment and report any discrepancies to appropriate personnel
  • Plan, lay out, assemble, wire and solder complete electrical/electronic and mechanical equipment and apparatus such as PC boards, controls and control panels, assemblies, converters, inverters and small output stations
  • Following appropriate wiring diagram, perform wiring using harness boards, tie-in cables and harnesses; install mechanical parts, components and fasteners as specified
  • Mix and apply bonding components and encapsulants
  • Perform product finishing functions as required; obtain and maintain proper certifications, such as Conformal Coating Printed Wiring Assembly (PWA), Paints/Epoxies, etc
  • Use and operate a broad range of hand tools, assembly equipment and safety equipment to perform tasks
  • Understand the function of and use a broad range of electrical/electronic and mechanical parts and components such as brackets, solder, wire, resistors, diodes, capacitors, relays, transformers, coils, switches, PC boards, epoxies, etc
  • 2 years of experience in electrical assembly and wiring, and/or soldering of PC boards
  • Ability to successfully pass solder and visual acuity certification tests and pre-employment screening evaluations
  • Must be able to read drawings and wiring diagrams
  • Some college
  • ESD (Electro-Static Discharge), Visual Acuity and Crimping
  • Certification to IPC WHMA-A-620 (Cable and Wire Harness Assembly); or other certifications in electronics assembly and workmanship
  • Experience with SAP application including workflow, signoff and documentation
  • Experience with continuous improvement and process improvement principles
  • Current, active Secret clearance

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Ability to interpret assembly drawings and work instructions for daily job function. (written in English)
  • Solder and rework any type of component and/or PCBA
  • Follow touch up work procedures. (written in English)
  • Understand IPC specifications as related to PCB and Assembly manufacturing. (written in English)
  • Read, understand and comply with all procedures and work instructions. (written in English)
  • Responsibility and authority to
  • High School Diploma or trade school certificate
  • Must have experience working in a fast pace electronics manufacturing environment
  • Certified IPC-610 and/or J-STD-001 is a plus

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Electronic Assembler BResume Examples & Samples

  • Using assembly drawings assembles electronic PC boards from various components to meet Leach specifications
  • Checks and preps parts prior to assembly
  • Fills out and maintains necessary paperwork
  • Ensures paperwork is compliant with quality instructions and manufacturing job instructions
  • Understand and live by Esterline’s ethics and business conduct policies to Leach specifications
  • High school diploma, general education equivalent certificate or equivalent experience
  • Minimum of one year of experience in electromechanical assembly
  • Ability to successfully assemble various configurations of final assembly and subassembly parts and components
  • Ability to become certified in Mil Standard WS6536D (completion of solder school)
  • Ability to read and follow manufacturing and process specifications and schematics
  • Previous experience with small hand tools and soldering irons
  • Aerospace manufacturing environment preferred
  • Three or more years of experience in electromechanical assembly
  • Experience with PCB/SMT Assembly
  • Auto Pick & Place machine

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Minimum three years’ experience as an electronic assembler in a manufacturing environment
  • Must be certified in J-STD 001
  • This position requires use of information or access to hardware which is subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). All applicants must be U.S. persons within the meaning of ITAR. ITAR defines a U.S. person as a U.S. Citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident (i.e. 'Green Card Holder'), Political Asylee, or Refugee
  • Certified in J-STD 001 Class 3
  • Certified in IPC 620
  • Excellent understanding complex verbal instructions, visual aids, engineering drawings and wiring schematics

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Minimum two (2) years’ experience as an electronic assembler in a manufacturing environment
  • Minimum two (2) years electronic soldering experience
  • Certified in J-STD 001

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Electronic Assembler SCA Associate EngineerResume Examples & Samples

  • Works from detail configuration drawings, wire lists, and cable rundown lists for proper inter­-system equipment connections. Tailors and fabricates cable assemblies as required. Installs cable assemblies using standard written and generally accepted techniques including the provision for cable service loops and for proper cable routing
  • Assemble parts per drawing packages or thru direction from higher-level technicians or engineers
  • Use hand and power tools to perform assembly operations to include wire wrap and terminal connection installation
  • Performs mechanical assembly of equipment and must be able to physically lift or move equipment, sub assemblies and components weighing up to 51 lbs
  • Uses general-purpose visual and audible testing instruments as well as specialized test sets to verify correctness of work
  • Assists other higher-level assemblers and engineering personnel in the performance of their work, consistent with own background and training

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Under close supervision, performs a variety of routine/simplistic electronic assembly tasks following Rockwell Collins workmanship standards
  • Following/reading blueprints, wiring schematics, written work instructions and verbal instructions assembles electronic subassemblies and top assemblies
  • Required to use hand tools and power tools to assemble and rework a variety of parts/assemblies and perform required assembly/rework operations to meet quality standards. Soldering may be required for some positions
  • Under close supervision, inspects own work on electronic assemblies to insure a quality product which conforms to workmanship standards and engineering requirements
  • Regular and reliable attendance is required as well as flexibility to support production schedule requiring working overtime hours and alternate shift hours
  • Understands elementary problem solving techniques
  • Understands the value of cooperating with others and teamwork as well as being able to work independently
  • Understands Rockwell Collins basic rules, policies, and procedures (attendance, safety, business conduct, etc)
  • Understands the importance of effective communication and participating in department meetings
  • High School Diploma or equivalent; identified skills and experience
  • Must successfully pass assembly training school
  • Ability to follow/read blueprints, wiring schematics, written work instructions and verbal instructions
  • Ability to use hand tools and power tools to assemble and rework a variety of parts/assemblies
  • Experience with electronic assemblies
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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Works from assembly instructions, parts lists, wire lists, diagrams, verbal instructions, and notes to assemble, wire and install a wide variety of components
  • Identifies and selects components to be integrated into sub-assembly and assembly units
  • Utilizes a wide range of tools
  • Interfaces with PC to record job activities
  • Requires familiarity with PC and engineering drawings
  • Must have previous job experience up to 3 years
  • PC experience
  • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form
  • Ability to add/subtract numbers as well as multiply and divide
  • Prototype cable manufacturing experience (IPC-620 certification

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Temporary Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Perform advanced, diversified solder and mechanical assembly operations to build intricate, large and small assemblies to precise specification requirements
  • Build, modify and repair perform PCB assemblies that have both through hole and surface mount components. Route wires, solder to electrical components, cable tie and install connectors
  • Employees must be certified to J-STD-001 to perform solder assembly; rework and inspection of the products processed through solder operations
  • Work from verbal as well as documented work instructions, spec sheets, blueprints, sketches and complex assembly drawings. Must be able to work in multiple product lines/cells, with minimal familiarization or remedial training
  • Use a variety of precision measuring instruments, gauging devices and test equipment to verify proper function and operation of sub-assemblies and final assemblies
  • Utilize solder equipment, hand tools, fixtures, pneumatic and power tools for the mechanical and solder assembly of components
  • Perform assembly and solder operation processes with little or no supervision. Perform movement of materials in MRP system, such as work order movement and completion. Completed assemblies are subject to inspection and test
  • Perform other related duties as assigned by supervisor, lead person or lead back-up person
  • Work with Safety in mind, ensuring all safety procedures are being followed. Must notify lead or supervisor of any concerns with regards to own and others safety and security
  • Continuous improvement efforts required
  • Exhibit sufficient understanding of electro static discharge to properly use ESD materials while handling or performing operations on ESD sensitive components
  • Requires a high degree of skill and assembling technique, considerable experience and basic knowledge of design and mechanical assembly principles
  • The employee may be required to work beyond normal working hours from time to time as the workload dictates
  • Experience in wire soldering techniques and hardware installation. Capable of installing subassemblies, components, chassis, and electronic components on to final systems
  • Skilled in assembling small device and wiring/soldering under microscopes
  • Wiring diagram, schematic, harness and cabling
  • Experience with reviewing drawings and schematic layouts
  • Understand engineering drawings and detailed assembly aid instructions and work with engineers
  • Good working experience on Tools: Multimeters, Voltmeter
  • Familiar with various pneumatic, power assembly tools and related equipment utilized in electromechanical assembly processes
  • Experience with connections and harness inter-connections between subassemblies
  • At least 3 years of experience in soldering in a manufacturing environment or relevant environment experience
  • Obtained a soldering certification: J-STD-001 certification from a college, technical school, ISO
  • At least 2 years of experience in soldering in a manufacturing environment or J-STD-001 solder certified
  • Assign and stamp identification data such as part and serial numbers to components and/or
  • Experience in an aerospace manufacturing environment
  • At least 3 years of soldering experience routing wires and harness assemblies wire winding, wire bundle securing, terminals, high Power, wire hold down, and jumper wires

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Good mechanical skills, including the ability to attach electronic parts using fastening hardware and torque tools, install covers on power supplies, and attach electronic hardware to fixtures
  • Requires the ability to perform torquing, staking, and bonding processes and accurately use calipers, measuring tapes, and weight scales
  • You must be familiar with proper ESD procedures for handling products, and be able to install and remove various electrical connectors and other components
  • The ability to read and understand engineering drawings and detailed assembly aid instructions is necessary
  • Must be able to lift items weighing up to 40 pounds from a cart to a table top, and then lift and move items on table top as required
  • A high school diploma or equivalent is required
  • You must be able to meet ETI's solder certification requirements; a current J-STD-001 certificate is a plus

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Layout,and assemble wiring for equipment
  • Ability to read and understand drawings and applications legend for circuit and parts identification
  • Measure and cut wiring
  • Must be able to use hand tools throughout the work day
  • Work effectively and communicate often with team members
  • Observe and follow safety rules and regulations

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Senior Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Specialized and extensive experience in building harnesses, cables and electronic assembly techniques
  • Company and Manufacturing policies and procedures
  • Planning, leadership, and organization skills
  • Ability to apply cost and quality control methods
  • Ability to apply math skills
  • Hand and eye coordination
  • Ability to work well with others employing Team principles
  • Typically requires four or more years of experience in building complex harness and cables with a high school diploma, or equivalent education or experience to demonstrate the ability to successfully perform the job duties

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Electronic Assembler AResume Examples & Samples

  • Must have at least 4 years related experience and/or training in electronic/mechanical assembly; or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Knowledge of drawings, parts lists, engineering orders, wiring lists and shop orders
  • Able to perform simple to complex rework and assemble complex assemblies and have satisfactory soldering techniques
  • All skills must meet IPC/EIA-J-STD-001 standards

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Basic skills on soldering and assembling of electro/mechanical devices
  • Proficient in the use of multi-meters, meggers, hi-pot testers, and other basic instruments
  • Qualified candidate would be self-driven, performance driven, and be able to work in a team environment
  • AA degree in Electro/Mechanics or engineering technology, or technical vocational certification in AC/DC electrical circuits and fluid power preferred but not required
  • SN96 High Temp soldering experience is highly preferred but not required

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Duties include assembly, disassembly, re-assembly, repair and/or inspection of electronic, electrical, and mechanical systems
  • May coat surface of parts, assemblies and finished products with protective materials
  • Check work for correctness
  • As an assembler, the individual will perform tasks such as assembly rework/repair on returned assemblies in accordance with established specifications, schedules, and standards of quality
  • In addition, the individual will also perform inspection to insure assemblies comply with applicable requirements
  • Individual will perform status reporting on assemblies to insure assemblies complete in a timely manner
  • Work performed will require elevate work on ladders and or lifts
  • Work assignments will require working on, above, and below radar structures
  • Job assignments may require occasional 2nd shift activity to achieve schedule commitments
  • Responsibilities include but are not limited to rework/repair of returned electronic assemblies per written instructions, check completed work for compliance to established procedures and standards of quality, inspect other team members work for compliance to established procedures and standards of quality, perform assembly of production or production rework, modify assemblies per engineering instructions if required, communicate with engineering as necessary to perform rework/repair, status assemblies and material as necessary to facilitate completion of rework/repair, identify areas for improvement, maintain a neat and orderly work area, maintain a safe work area, identify areas for cost improvement, and all other duties as assigned
  • Individual must be able to use common hand tools. Antenna work will require extensive use of electric drilling. Individual must be able to use common measurement equipment including ruler and dial calipers

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Assemble parts based on blueprints and diagrams
  • Be capable of using tools and gauges to check for quality
  • Able to work overtime as needed
  • Minimum of 5 years manufacturing experience
  • Background check & drug screen required

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Perform routine, documented tasks at work stations such as: hand soldering, brazing, standard assembly operations operate equipment, make repairs on standard assemblies, apply coatings, solvents and potting com-pounds and perform routine documented testing and packaging of finished product
  • Perform routine documented setup of equipment at the workstation
  • Recommend changes to and participate in the review of manufacturing procedures
  • May work in a clean room environment
  • May train other Electronic Assemblers
  • Performs multiple production tasks to allow for effective job rotation

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Use various hand or air powered tools and equipment to assemble satellite communication systems and/or sub-systems
  • Assemble units or sub-assembled components under direction of Team Leader
  • Perform various levels of wiring, attaching cables and reflectors, depending on requirements
  • Accurately read and follow schematics and work instructions
  • Perform basic testing and make necessary adjustments to the system
  • Assist with final quality control checks before system is released
  • May be required to work on non-standard systems
  • Maintain clean and organized work station
  • All other duties directed by supervisor

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Active participation in team-based culture and Lean Enterprise initiatives, including 6S program
  • Must have good vision and ability to focus while working
  • Observes safety procedures, rules, regulations, and state, federal and local laws in the performance of job duties
  • Ensure punctual, reliable and acceptable attendance
  • Soldering/de-soldering is required, J-STD-001D Soldering Certified is preferred
  • Must be able to maintain records of material, supplies, time and work performed and understand and use assembly instructions and diagrams
  • Must be skilled at performing repetitive work according to set procedures while completing assignments accurately and with attention to detail
  • Labels and properly handles non-conforming products
  • Ability to understand and follow instructions and work successfully with supervision
  • Must be able to operate a personal computer with a general understanding of application software and have familiarity with computers and calculators
  • Must be able to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole number common fractions or decimals

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Electronic Assembler ControlsResume Examples & Samples

  • Work Schedule: Day SHIFT: 5am – 3pm (Monday – Thursday), Overtime will be required. May have to move to 2nd shift dependent on demand
  • 2+ years of electronic assembly or mechanical assembly experience
  • Ability to work safely within a team and follow and apply all HS & E requirements
  • Demonstrated success with past assembly experience with excellent tenure
  • Ability to perform high and low level temperature soldering
  • Ability to read and interpret blueprints, wiring diagrams, assembly prints, and electronic schematics
  • Ability to follow and work to precise Manufacturing methods
  • Ability to operate necessary tooling to accomplish drive assembly. For example, crimpers (manual and electric), Komax Cable machine, XF-500 Micro percussion marking machine, Automatic wire cutting/stripping machine, Voltmeter, Multi-meter, and cut off saw. As well as, a familiarity with all common hand tools
  • Knowledgeable with transformers, capacitors, switches, and circuits and common electronic components and fasteners
  • Successful candidate will be authorized to work in the US without sponsorship
  • Strong Electronic Assembly experience is preferred

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Assemble electrical and mechanical sub-assemblies to documented procedures or customer specifications
  • Resolve problems with non-conforming products (mechanical and electrical)
  • Implement change, and corrective action, which will result in product and/or process improvement
  • High school education
  • 3 to 5 years related work experience
  • Preferred strong mechanical aptitude and experience in a manufacturing setting
  • Electrical experience as in wiring panels, harnesses etc
  • Instrumental Technical work is preferred
  • Ability to read and interpret electrical schematics and assembly prints
  • Ability to operate various types of hand tools. (drills, grinders, crimpers etc.)
  • Ability to solder and de-solder state of the art electro-mechanical devices
  • Ability to communicate verbally and in written form
  • Ability to us Microsoft programs (word and excel)
  • Occasional lifting of up to 50 pounds may be required
  • Position requires safety shoes and safety glasses

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Senior Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • 1 year experience in electronic assembly in a manufacturing environment
  • Experience using hand soldering equipment and basic hand tools
  • Experience inspecting solder joints at a minimum of 10X
  • Experience analyzing solder joint quality
  • Familiarity with the industry standard IPC-610
  • Ability work a desk top computer proficiently with windows software
  • Experience with microelectronic assembly process. - Able to read blueprints and identify parts polarity

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Candidate will be putting together portions of motherboards
  • Must be able to use small hand tools
  • Must be hardworking and dedicated

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Electronic Assembler AResume Examples & Samples

  • Reviews project instructions, test documents, and engineering prints to determine test objectives, test equipment and test set-ups required to perform assigned tasks
  • Test and troubleshoot electronics to the component level accurately. Assemble, troubleshoot and maintain electrical and mechanical test set-ups utilizing assorted testing equipment
  • Keep a log while testing and taking photos and be able to troubleshoot circuit boards down to the component level. Extensive knowledge of Lab techniques, methods, procedures, circuitry or mechanical characteristics, and ability to devise, adapt and analyze
  • Prepares sketches of test fixtures and circuit diagrams of instrumentation for drafting of official drawings and documentation illustrations
  • Analyzes test results and makes suggestions for improvement
  • Able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all involved employees and groups, excellent oral and written communication skills and an ability to understand oral and written instructions and maintain applicable records
  • Supports and demonstrates compliance with all company policies and safety procedures
  • Performs other duties as assigned or directed
  • Must have at least 2 years of experience in test equipment development and aerospace testing or relevant testing experience
  • Must be authorized to work in the United States without company sponsorship
  • This position requires use of information or access to hardware which is subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). All applicants be U.S. persons within the meaning of ITAR. ITAR defines a U.S. person as a U.S. citizen, U.S. permanent resident (i.e. green card holder), political asylee or refugee
  • No relocation is provided for this position
  • Technical Degree in Mechanical and/or Electrical Drafting
  • Must have experience in test equipment development
  • Knowledge of EMI testing would be a plus
  • Ability to read and comprehend complex instructions, correspondence, and memos
  • Should be knowledgeable in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and MS Project
  • Must be able to logically solve problems, organize materials and keep projects moving in an orderly and structured fashion within a team environment
  • Highly motivated individual with excellent verbal and written communication skills

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Production of multi-chip modules (MCM)
  • Preparation of electronic components for manual processing
  • Manual mounting of the smallest components (<1mm), using valid procedural instructions
  • Control of conductive adhesive bonds to e.g. short circuits
  • Optical control of wire bonds on substrates (microscopic control)
  • Documentation of results
  • Knowledge of electronic components
  • Experience in ​​wire-bond bonding and soldering technology
  • Knowledge of the handling of electronic assemblies would be an advantage

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Performs basic set up of units for build using developed assembly procedures and computer based programs
  • Verifies that equipment meets established standards and/or customer order requirements and follow defined procedures with assemblies for the preparation of further systems build/testing
  • Must be able to solder both through hole and all surface mount components
  • At least 2 years of experience in working with assembly of products and soldering
  • Must be able to use all calibrated and uncalibrated hand and power tools
  • Experience in though hole, SMT and component soldering
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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Mount electronic components and leads into terminals, connect harnesses. Works from schematics
  • Make standard tests and adjust as required
  • Calibrate equipment to predetermined standards
  • Track inventory and notify manager of shortages

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Be energized by working for a world-class manufacturer and collaborating on cross-functional teams
  • Building product to process documentation at standard time (prep, solder assembly, and completion)
  • Performing necessary in-process inspection and testing
  • Working independently and with team
  • Participating in 5S
  • Following safety guidelines
  • Learning, supporting, and practicing the Gore Culture
  • At least 1 year experience prepping cable assemblies for GMCA
  • Experience performing visual inspection or basic electrical tests
  • Experience with E1, QSI and/or Gore Power
  • Experience in prioritizing and performing multiple tasks
  • Ability to train fellow associates

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Performs processes to complete electrical assemblies using hand tools
  • Performs crimping, tinning, and soldering using accepted techniques
  • Monitors quality of materials

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • Builds assemblies and sub assemblies: Aligns components and parts in specified relationships to each other in fixtures and/or other handling devices, using various hand tools and mechanical devices
  • Maintains record of work progress: Records results of job and/or problems with job in work documentation. Verifies quantity of lot by hand counting or weigh counting using standard scales
  • May be required to perform basic test functions by using soldering tools and machines, and operating ultra-sonic welder
  • Periodically assists in other production areas at the discretion of the Unit Manager or Supervisor
  • Basic reading and comprehension
  • Knowledge of manufacturing, operating and inspection techniques
  • Knowledge of quality control plans

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Electronic AssemblerResume Examples & Samples

  • 2-4 years experience
  • Ability to read and interpret electronic schematics
  • Strong soldering skills
  • Strong crimping skills
  • Good trouble shooting skills on the component level including surface mount technology
  • Should be familiar with basic electronic test equipment
  • Self motivated, logical, detail oriented, and able to mult-task
  • Must have good communications skills
  • Must be familiar with operating a mill & lathe
  • Oscilloscope
  • Power Supply
  • Soldering Iron
  • Hand Held Volt Meter
  • Design of Simple Circuits
  • Digital Multimeter
  • Mill
  • Lathe

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