AIRMAR TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION,
A world leader in innovative design and manufacturing of Ultrasonic transducers,
is recruiting for a
Transducer Assembler I (2nd Shift)
Under general supervision, performs limited electronic production assembly operations of a repetitive nature to build up and assemble ultrasonic sensors. Prepares and solders ceramic elements for basic assembly use.
- Observes all safety regulations including personal protective equipment applicable to the use of electrical tooling and equipment and applicable to the use of chemicals including isopropyl alcohol, flux, solder, and epoxies.
- Assembles 3 to 8 wire plastic transducers, preparing the ceramic and housings as required per BOM, at established standard rates.
- Assembles 3 to 5 wire bronze transducers at the established standard rates.
- Uses cable strippers and fingers to remove outer jacket from cable.
- Strips insulation from wires located inside jacket using cable strippers.
- Tins each wire using flux and dips wire into solder pot.
- Places housing in fixed vice.
- Uses needle nose pliers and solders tip to melt bare wire into housing when required.
- Solders each wire into proper position and or I.C. board.
- Labels all units with tracking label, which is identified with a designated color or initial 6 to 8 inches from the transducer end unless otherwise noted.
- Places finished product onto proper rack.
- Reviews BOM’s and work instructions at the start of each job scheduled for the week.
- Uses automated test system and/or tests each unit with appropriate test adapter for all functions using the digital short tester and meters per BOM.
- Completes all required paperwork at the end of each workday, such as production postings, daily labor sheets, non-conforming material cards.
- Maintains a clean and orderly work area
- Performs other related duties as may be required or directed.
- High School education or equivalent experience.
- 6 to 12 months of related manufacturing experience.
- Able to read and/or comprehend English work instructions.
- Basic math skills and ability to read and use a standard ruler required.
- Basic computer skills helpful but not mandatory.
- Individuals must possess knowledge, skills and abilities or be able to explain and demonstrate that the individual can perform the primary functions of the job, with or without reasonable accommodation, using some other combination of skills and abilities and to possess the necessary physical requirement, with or without the aid of mechanical devices, to safely perform the functions of the job.
- The ability to bend downward and forward by bending spine at the waist; bend legs at knee, to come to rest on knee or knees, bend the body downward and forward by bending leg and spine; extend hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction; use upper extremities to press against something with steady force in order to thrust forward, downward, or outward, use upper extremities to exert force in order to draw, drag, haul or tug objects in a sustained motion; raise objects from a lower to a higher position or move horizontally from position to position; to pinch, pick or otherwise primarily work with fingers. Primary functions are performed sitting or standing or a combination of both.
- Ability to wear protective clothing such as safety glasses.
- Visual acuity sufficient for work, which deals largely with mechanical assembly and/or visual inspection involving small parts/defects.
- Ability to perform repetitive or routine duties working from detailed instructions and under standard procedures.
- Ability to endure periods of heavy work load.