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Job Title:  Production Assembler I

Location: 

Edgewood, NY, US, 11717

Business Unit:  Sensor, Test & Calibration
Posting Date:  Nov 22, 2022
Job Description: 

SUMMARY: Our production Assemblers are responsible for following schematics to create a finished product, meeting daily, weekly, and monthly goals.  

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:

  • Follow instructions contained in the work order and examine final product to confirm completion, according to specification. This can include, but is not limited to, the following tasks:
  • Cut and strip wire and cable to the blueprint requirement.
  • Autosplices and/or solders reed switches, electronic components and connectors to wire harnesses.
  • Pressure or HMS tests stems, housings and floats per blueprint and or work order.
  • Installs PCB in stems and /or housings.
  • Sets mechanical switches and floats in accordance with blueprint specifications.
  • Mixes potting compound.
    • Encapsulates the harness and/or PCB in the stem or housing using various types of potting compounds.
    • Loads units into ovens to cure potting compound.
  • Installs grip rings, collars, floats, housings and other types of hardware on sensors as specified on the blueprint or work instructions.
  • Perform visual and dimensional inspections of in-process and finished components, subassemblies, and products.

Installs the appropriate labels on the completed sensors

ESSENTIAL SKILLS:

  • Desire to own decisions and take responsibility for outcomes.
  • Good manual dexterity.
  • Soldering skills.
  • Knowledge of arithmetic.
  • Blueprint reading.
  • Ability to use measurement tools.
  • Knowledge of hand tools and how to use.
  • ISO9000 procedures and protocol.
  • Safety procedures and protocol

EDUCATION: 

Minimum high school diploma or general education degree GED. 

EXPERIENCE: 

Minimum one-year previous manufacturing assembly experience preferred.

LANGUAGE SKILLS: 

Ability to read and interpret documents. 

COMPUTER SKILLS:   

Some basic computer skills. 

MATHMATICAL SKILLS: 

Basic math skills.

 

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