Production Assembly Operator
High School Diploma or equivalent is required plus a minimum of 4 years of relevant experience. All education requirements will be verified in order for the incumbent to start this opportunity.
REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES AND TASKS:
- Performs project tasks/assignments of moderately complex nature ranging from repetitive to non- repetitive production assembly operations on electronic and/or mechanical assemblies and subassemblies such as modules, boards, panels, drawers, frames, and cables
- Performs fabrication or inspection functions in a research, production or pre-production environment.
- Reading and interpreting moderately complex schematics and drawings
- Follows more advanced methods, techniques, and sequence of operations in performing wiring, component installation, hand soldering, & cable harnessing on subassemblies and units
- Builds or integrates hardware for prototypes, subassemblies or systems
- Performs more complex rework and refurbishment of hardware and systems
- Performs incorporation of Master Change Order (MCO), Engineering Change Order (ECO), Variance Authorization (VA) and use of visual aids
- May conduct manufacturing inspections on processing line in accordance to quality specifications
- May disassemble, modify, rework, reassemble, and test experimental or prototype assemblies and subassemblies according to specifications and under simulated conditions
- Performs inspection per documentation
- Completes appropriate quality paperwork as required (e.G. Corrective Action Request, Discrepant Material Report etc.)
- Accurately complete process paperwork and entering data into the applicable work order management system·
- Supports continuous improvement activities and participates in problem solving activities
- Maintains a clean and orderly work area
- Supports safety/housekeeping standards
- Contacts are primarily within immediate work unit and direct supervisor
- Normally receives little instruction on daily work; general instructions only on new assignments
KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Considerable manufacturing process skills
- Considerable knowledge of polarity and inspection criteria
- Considerable knowledge of Bills of Material (BOM)
- Strong Manufacturing Assembly background
- Strong soldering experience is a must (J-STD / IPC)
- Demonstrated ability for unsupervised and accurate use of manufacturing work order application
- Considerable communication skills, both written and verbal
- Demonstrated time management skills
- Ability to work effectively on any size work team
- Considerable computer skills
- Considerable knowledge of measuring/test equipment and math
- Ability to interpret more advanced documents, work instruction, and schematics
- Considerable knowledge of configuration control procedures applicable to the assigned work/area
- Ability to exhibit adaptability/flexibility
- Ability to lift a minimum of 15 pounds
Cricket is on a mission to help her candidates meet their career ambitions. Cricket started at Contract Professionals, Inc. in mid-2017 as an Administrator and IT Talent Sourcer. Committed to advancement, she was quickly promoted to act as a Technical Recruiter in the Scottsdale, Arizona IT Division.
Cricket is delighted to be a member of the CPI team because of her team’s impeccable values and their commitment to providing exceptional service to both candidates and clients.
Cricket specializes in full life-cycle IT workforce solutions. She strives to be an unwavering advocate for her clients and candidates. To that end, she is driven to keep her focus on the business objectives and career goals of CPI’s clients and the candidates she represents.
Hailing from the deep south, she was raised in the great state of Texas where she spent 20 years in the credit reporting industry. She then moved to the beautiful Sonoran Desert in Arizona to be closer to her family.