Assembly Technician

 

Good at building and troubleshooting electronic assemblies? Handy with a  soldering iron? Hiller Measurements wants to meet you.

 

Hiller Measurements assembly technicians build, assemble, repair, calibrate, and modify electrical components, circuitry, controls, and machinery for subsequent evaluation and use by engineering staff in making engineering design decisions. In addition, while working to engineering documentation/instructions, technical manuals, and a rudimentary knowledge of electronics systems/components and electromagnetic circuit theory, the technician assembles a finished, professional project part or system for our customers, whether build-to-print or a prototype design.

 

These same assembly technicians are responsible for the laying out, building, testing, troubleshooting, repairing, and the modification of developmental and production components, parts, equipment, and systems such as cables, chassis, wiring, racks, and other electro-mechanical assemblies, usually under the direction of engineering staff. Technicians possess a dynamic skill set, attention to detail, and utilize a large range of tools/soldering equipment such as bench drills, machine tools, crimpers, and soldering irons. The technician must be able to work to a documented procedure or work instruction.

 

The Preferred candidate will have experience with or present certification for the following:

  • IPC/WHMA-A-620 certification is necessary to carry out any technician tasks.
  • IPC J-STD-001 certification for assembling boards and performing soldering operations.
  • IPC-7711/21 certification for doing PCB rework/repair.

 

Education: High School Diploma

 

Type: Full Time and/or contract

 

Travel: None

 

Pay: Hourly

 

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