Part-Time Panel Shop Builder/Wireman/Assembler – Tobias Fornier
Assembler conducts activities in a production setting to meet daily schedules to assemble items using specific, defined techniques. Perform product assembly tasks in accordance with established production standards under the supervision of an Assembly Supervisor, a Senior Assembler, or an Engineer
Job Title : Panel Shop Builder/Wireman/Assembler
Location : Tobias Fornier, Antique Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 19.45 per hour.
Company : PMC
Job Type : Part-Time
- 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.
- Hand tools, power tools, jigs/fixtures, and other equipment (lathe, mill, drill press) are used to fabricate sub-assemblies and assemblies.
- Under the direction of an engineer, configures and operates several types of equipment in order to manufacture and construct complete flying, developmental, and prototype microelectronic circuit assemblies.
- Pneumatic tools are used to install brackets, gaskets, silicone, screws, and more. A Trainer or worker will show you how to do this.
- To fabricate and assemble microminiature circuit components employing resins, thermal compression die bonding, ultrasonic and parallel gap microwelding, and microsoldering methods.
- Part of the task is assembling and altering prototype electronic subsystems, subunits, assemblies, components, wire harnesses, and cables.
- By color code, coded label, or other associated identifying features, identifies and chooses different electrical components of suitable value or size, as shown on schematic wiring diagrams. As needed, identifies component terminal connections.
- Positions, assembles, and alters electronic equipment such as radar synchronizers, computers, and roll servo units in accordance with schematics, wiring diagrams, or other requirements, utilizing pre-drilled chassis and printed circuit boards.
- Routes and connects wires and cables properly so that components, wires, and cables are readily available for removal and replacement and are mechanically joined, soldered, or welded in accordance with required standards.
- Following established processes for operating different conventional machines and/or CNC (computerized numerical control) manufacturing equipment for operations such as cutting and punching and shaping are some of the jobs that may be performed using these machines.
- 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 all be usable.
- Having a Secondary Certificate or High School Diploma, or an equivalent combination of education and work experience, that allows you to do your job well.
- Candidates are trained for three days before they start working (if performance level not met during the training, contractor will be released)
- to do simple jobs by resolving issues with the aid of preexisting methods
- In addition to written and oral instructions (all in English), a list of supplies, a graphic indicating the anticipated route and so on, you should use a broad variety of resources.