Manufacturing Assembly Technician
Electronic, electro-mechanical and mechanical light assembly tasks for a medical manufacturing company. Perform manual labor including the operation of manual and automated production line equipment and computers.
Operate Production line machinery and computers.
Mount and solder components. Assemble electronic sub assemblies by reading work orders, following production drawings, instructions and / or sample parts, and verbal instructions.
Light Mechanical operations (cutting and winding tubing, trim wire leads, mixing epoxy, etc.) produce manufactured parts, sub-assemblies, as well as finished products.
Incoming Inspection using micrometers,calipers, surface gauges and pin gauges
Observe and follow Company Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's) work instruction and safety rules.
Complete and file production paperwork, signoff, and records
Awareness of FDA regulations
Other duties as assigned
Knowledge and Skill Requirements
Basic reading, writing, and math skills required
Soldering skills, formal training or a certificate is preferred. One to five years soldering experience can substitute.
Manual dexterity required for operating machinery and computers
High School diploma
Hours: 7:30am-3:30pm Mon-Fri
Pay rate: $15.00