• E/E Assembler

    Location US-TX-Fort Worth
    Posted Date 7 days ago(10/9/2018 10:27 AM)
    Job ID
    2018-6736
    # Positions
    18
    Business Unit
    Operations
    SECURITY CLEARANCE
    NONE
  • Overview

    Elbit Systems of America is a leading provider of high performance products, system solutions, and support services focusing on the defense, homeland security, commercial aviation, and medical instrumentation markets. With facilities throughout the United States, Elbit Systems of America is dedicated to supporting those who contribute daily to the safety and security of the United States. Elbit Systems of America, LLC is wholly owned by Elbit Systems Ltd. (NASDAQ: ESLT and TASE: ESLT), a global high technology company engaged in a wide range of programs for innovative defense and commercial applications. For additional information, visit: www.elbitsystems-us.com or follow us on Twitter.

     

    OCCUPATIONAL SUMMARY

    Electronic Assembler will be responsible for manufacturing efforts in the areas of circuit card assembly, electro-mechanical assembly and the development and refinement of manufacturing processes, inspection and/or auditing of raw materials components, assemblies, standard parts, system assemblies, end items in-process, and final acceptance of their own work.

     

    Responsibilities

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Performs set up and assembly of electronic assemblies including; wiring, hand soldering, component placement and mechanical assembly as well as rework and repair.
    • Performs in-process and final assembly inspections and audits as required.
    • Makes verbal or written recommendations for product and process improvements.
    • Perform potting/encapsulating, mixing of resins and epoxies.
    • Sprays or applies protective coatings, as required.
    • Applies minimal touch up paint as required using paint pens or similar controlled devices.
    • Wears personal protective equipment in accordance with company guidelines.
    • Verifies documentation for completeness, accuracy and acceptable Certificates of Conformance.
    • Accepts or rejects items inspected/audited and records the results of inspections.
    • Records results of inspections in computer data systems.

    TYPICAL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED

    • Tools used: Standard and precision hand tools, electrical hand tools, soldering devices, microscopes, calipers, micrometers, height gauges, dial indicators, gauge blocks, scales, inspection stamps.
    • Equipment Used: Continuity test equipment, automated manufacturing equipment, standard personal computers and citrix terminals, automated and manual test equipment, electronic meters, and computer operated equipment, use surface plate and setup accessories, hardness testing equipment, and special testing devices and equipment.

    Qualifications

    Minimum Qualifications

     

    • High School diploma, GED, or equivalent
    • J-STD certification
    • IPC-610 certification
    • IPC 7711/7721 (rework and repair certifications)
    • Hand soldering and solder joint rework, mechanical assembly, and wire harness assembly skills.
    • Demonstrated ability to read and understand wiring diagrams, assembly drawings, and other written instructions.
    • Two years minimum (five years preferred) experience in an Electro Mechanical Assembly role or related position.
    • Use simple arithmetic including decimals and fractions, metric/standard measurement conversion and hand tools and test equipment as required by the work operations described.
    • Demonstrated ability to self-verify workmanship and/or processes that are required as part of task completion.
    • Perform inspections using written and visual instruction including wiring diagrams, blueprints, schematics and visual aids.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of inspection procedures and the use of inspection tools such as gauges and micrometers.
    • Communicate in writing and clearly and adequately document discrepancies.

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