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Mechanical Assembler

Advantage Resourcing Tallahassee
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Mechanical Assembler

Location is Tallahassee FL.

Pay Rate $11/hr

Employee will be responsible for harness, electrical, and mechanical assembly including but not limited to: soldering circuit cards, routing wires, plugging wires, crimping contacts, make electrical connections with solder, assembling hardware, tightening hardware, complete testing of electronic units as needed. Be able to use simple hand tools, power tools, fixtures and direct reading test devices. Work safely following OSHA and ISO guidelines. Must be able to interface with computerized work instructions as well as read and follow drawings. Must be able to pass solder certification exam. MUST be able to inspect and verify work performed is in accordance with requirements. Capable of lifting 20+ lbs without assistance. Must be willing to work overtime including weekends. Willing to work multiple shifts and holidays. 

Strong PC skills: Being able to efficiently navigate through work instruction software and non conformance software. Proficiency using MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Strong initiative and requires minimal supervision.
Demonstrates ability to work proficiently within a team environment.
Must be able to take direction from supervisor and assist with any task. 
Must be able to accurately complete time card.
Must follow GD policies, procedures and guidelines
Must be willing to work any shift
Must be willing to work overtime during week and weekends
Must be willing to work holidays
Must be able to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as specified by job. 
Must maintain good attendance and zero tardiness
Must be able to detect non-conformances /defects during build and during operator verification

Skills required

Assemble Mechanical Part
Assemble Mechanical Component
Study Assembly Instruction
Test Assemble Product
Measure Equipment
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Advantage Resourcing is a member of a family of staffing companies owned by parent Recruit Holdings Co., Ltd., based in Tokyo Japan. Advantage Resourcing has offices in the U.S., Canada, UK and Sydney, Australia. The Advantage Resourcing service delivery model is “local market focus”, meaning that Advantage Resourcing learns client requirements for primary skill sets in every local market we serve.

Through our local market intelligence, we acquire resumes, screen and qualify candidates and prepare to deliver talent and solutions to our clients locally. Because of our vast global network, we also service clients who live and work in multiple geographies and countries as needed. It is not uncommon for Advantage Resourcing to manage human resource and staffing solutions for one client in multiple cities, states, and even countries. We are able to find the perfect candidate for a job one mile away, but we can respond to our clients needs whether they be 400 or 4,000 miles away while managing all of the international employment challenges, such as immigration and worker mobility issues, cultural anomalies, and currency conversions.

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