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compensation: N13
employment type: full-time

Report to: Production Supervisor

Fast growing interconnect manufacture is now searching for dedicated, hardworking individuals to build our wire harness, cable assembly and custom box build products. Duties Include: • Ability to read and follow wire harness assembly instructions • Ability to gather materials and tooling necessary to perform work in an organized manner • Routes, wires, and assembles electronic components using wire layout boards • Numerous hand assembly operations based on detailed instructions • Operate semi-automatic equipment such as crimp presses, wire twisters and wire strippers • Conducts functional and continuity tests of wire harnesses and cable assemblies using friendly test fixtures • Use of a solder iron to solder wires to switches or connectors • Perform visual and dimensional inspections of in-process assemblies and finished products • Wire harness assembly experience highly preferred Job Requirements: • Has assembly/production experience and a strong mechanical aptitude • Motivated and detail oriented • Attention to detail, excellent hand dexterity • Proficient in basic math skills • Possesses good communication skills and a great attitude
Duties and Responsibilities
• Work from complex assembly drawings, wire lists, & written process instructions (i.e. – router sheets)
• Build complex wire harness assemblies using wire harness boards (nail boards)
• Complete wire harness installation and final wiring of large, complex cabinets, control panels, & other electro-mechanical assemblies
• Build connector assemblies using precision and calibrated hand tools (e.g. wire strippers, crimpers, torque wrenches, soldering irons, heat guns, etc.), properly securing assemblies using lacing, spot ties, & cable clamps, and properly protecting assemblies with nylon tape, Expando sleeving, and/or shrink tubing.
• Prepare and precisely apply adhesives, conformal coat, and RTV to assemblies
• Use judgment in re-working or re-wiring to bring unit within quality control specifications
• Execute in support of Key Performance Indicators:
• Quality – reduce & eliminate defects, miswires, rework, etc.
• Schedule – meeting production deadlines
• Budget – accurately completing jobs within allocated hours
• Able to adapt to a constantly changing, fast-paced work environment
• Able to work with minimal supervision and may provide guidance to other technicians
• Interpret and follow written documents such as ISO procedures, Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s), and safety rules
• Interface with other departments (e.g. – Quality & Test) to assure efficient flow of information and materials
• Able to work overtime and weekends as needed
• Comply with all safety and regulatory requirements applicable to the company in accordance with State and Federal regulations and any applicable certification; required to maintain the certification
• Support, communicate, reinforce and defend the mission, values and culture of the organization

Basic Qualifications
• High School diploma or GED and 2+ years of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience in the field or in a related area
• Proficient in basic computer skills
• Demonstrated strong decision-making and leadership skills
• Strong ability to read & comprehend complex assembly drawings, wire lists, & written process instructions required
• Previous wire harness production experience required
• J-STD Solder certification preferred
• IPC-610 or IPC-620 certification preferred
• Must have good wiring and mechanical skills
• Experience with Material Resource Planning (MRP) a plus

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