Full-Time Mechanical Assembler – San Remigio
Using well-defined methods and everyday routines, an assembler assembles products in a manufacturing environment. Production standards must be met when goods are assembled under the supervision of an Assembly Supervisor (Team Leader, Senior Assembler, or Engineer).
Job Title : Mechanical Assembler
Location : San Remigio, Antique Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 15.69 per hour.
Company : Rose International
Job Type : Full-Time
- Sets up and runs various sorts of equipment under engineering guidance to create and assemble entire flying, developmental, and prototype microelectronic circuit assemblies.
- Placing brackets, gaskets, silicone, and inserting screws using pneumatic equipment according to trainer/work instruction
- Cutting, punching, and shaping, among other operations, may be done using traditional machinery and/or CNC (computerized numerical control) production equipment.
- Utilizes hand tools, power tools, jigs, fixtures, and other equipment to assemble units, manufactured parts/components, and/or electrical/electronic systems into subassemblies, assemblies, and full units.
- Assembles, inspects, adjusts, and reworks experimental and preproduction electronic subsystems, subunits, assemblies, components, and harnesses and cables.
- This position demands the ability to recognize and identify all circuit symbols, wiring codes, and electrical components in order to construct a product from the ground up utilizing only drawings and schematics as guides.
- Identifies and chooses different electrical components of the appropriate value or size, as shown on schematic wiring diagrams, using a color code, a coded label, or other relevant identifying features. As needed, identifies terminal connections for components.
- Using pre-drilled chassis and printed wiring boards, determines work sequence, places, assembles, and adjusts developmental electronic components such as radar synchronizers, computers, and roll servo units in accordance with schematics, wiring diagrams, and other requirements.
- This work involves routing and connecting components, cables, and wires in accordance with industry standards.
- In order to fabricate and assemble microminiature circuit components, specialized resins, thermal compression die bonding, ultrasonic and parallel gap microwelding, and microsoldering techniques are used.
- A Secondary Certificate/High School Diploma, or an equivalent combination of applicable education and work experience, that enables effective fulfilment of job expectations
- All instruments, including hand tools, continuity testers, voltage test fixtures, pneumatic hand tools, rivet machines, power staplers, drill presses, heat staking machines, heat guns, and wire strippers, must be useful.
- Consider using many resources, such as written and vocal directions (all in English), a list of items, a graphic showing the intended path, and more.
- Candidates are trained for three days before they start working (if performance level not met during the training, contractor will be released)
- Capable of addressing problems using recognized methods to solve basic tasks