Assembly technician is responsible for the construction of smaller components which form units required to complete a whole mechanical or electrical system. Assembly technicians usually work within a warehouse and/or Manufacturing floor, and always within a team of other technicians. It is their job to inspect, correct, maintain, fix and build simple or complex items which will be joined with other assemblies to form more complete systems; these could be objects, tools, machines, or simply larger components.
- Read, learn, understand, and interpret wiring schematics and work instructions and other instructions written or verbal, to complete assembly of products components according to guidelines and standards
- Conduct SMD soldering, through hole and desolder
- Use a variety of hand tools following appropriate methods and procedures to complete mechanical assembly of components or products
- Inspect and test parts and products as necessary, during or after assembly, according to established guidelines and quality standards
- Debug to component level to repair units that fail in production test and customer returns
- Perform simple repairs
- Maintain a clean and organized work area and maintain all equipment according to maintenance plans and procedures
- Cross train to other departments as needed
- Comply with safety regulations ESD regulations and maintain a clean and orderly work area
- Ability to multi-task and to be able to work multiple jobs at any given time
- Other duties may be assigned
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