This individual is being hired to fill an opening in the module and final assembly on First Shift to perform all functions of an EMA Technician who typically assembles cables, harnesses, electronic boxes, painting, and other mechanical assembly tasks.
Implement modifications to LRU's and WRA's, including all subassemblies, based on engineering documentation, with assistance as needed, assembly and/or repair of electronic assemblies per process documentation, ability to build/wire/assemble most subassemblies, assembly of production non-semi-rigid cables and small harnesses, perform final clean up and OSI inspection of R&O and production builds (i.e. paint touch-up, hardware inspection, labels and marking), responsible to check and ensure that MSDS labels, shelf life stickers and calibration stickers are current on chemicals, compounds, applicable tools and support equipment, as required, application of adhesives, thermal media and thermal compounds per documentation from process books or manufacturer's information, with assistance as needed, proper use and maintenance of torque tools, soldering equipment, crimping tools, and other assembly tools and equipment, operation of wire stripping machines, with assistance as needed.
Items needed to perform their jobs will be supplied
The successful applicant will also be required to complete a training period as deemed necessary by management.
These training classes may relate to the skills needed to complete the required work but may also relate to the production methods client sees fit to teach to its' employees to make them understand the more philosophical aspects of the way work is performed and the way change may be encouraged which will lead to a higher functioning organization.
The applicant must keep an open mind regarding their work and how it needs to be performed.
The applicant must be able to locate and read engineering drawings with minimal training. Those drawings are sometimes used in place of a developed process instructions to build new product lines. They will always have access to assistance in interpreting the meaning of the drawings, but they should already possess a basic knowledge of how to read assembly drawings when they apply for the position.
MUST HAVE AN ACTIVE SECRET CLEARANCE
MUST HAVE SOLDERING SKILLS
Nesco Resource is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, or veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristics with respect to employment opportunities.
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