Description/Comment: Under limited supervision performs a wide variety of tasks through verbal or detailed instructions in support of a manufacturing/production environment with no instructions needed on routine work, and general instructions given on new lines of work or special assignments. Duties include assembly, disassembly, re-assembly, fabrication, minor repair and/or minor rework of surface mount and/or through hole printed circuit card assemblies, sub-assemblies, and/or electro-mechanical assemblies. RF experience is a plus. Duties include (but not limited to) board and/or component preparation, touch up, manually soldering components. Performs modifications or upgrades or removal of and/or replacement of standard electro-mechanical, surface mount, through hole components. May perform in-process self checks on items prior to submitting to formal inspection and/or test personnel. Works with electronic/electrical hand tools using drawings, wire lists and technical repair standards.
Additional Job Details: soldering experience and preferably soldering certs and experience building harnesses.
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