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 Position Summary
The primary role is to solder, assemble, test and calibrate machined electronic and purchased items necessary to manufacture geotechnical instruments and sub-assemblies.
Key Responsibilities

  • Assemble, test and calibrate and troubleshoot a wide variety of electronic subassemblies, assemblies, and instruments. Fabrication of some components may be required
  • Test and verify assemblies with oscilloscopes and/or frequency meters
  • Read, interpret and understand written or verbal requirements, procedures, and specifications in order to perform assigned tasks
  • Read moderately complex prints / drawings and Client out parts according to established work instructions
  • Identify non-conforming parts/materials during assembly process and notify supervisor
  • Assume responsibility for in-house quality control – adhere to ISO 9001:2015 procedures
  • Maintain conformance with Company's regulations, policies and procedures
  • Maintain good housekeeping and exercise safe work practices

Experience and Skills

  • High school diploma, GED or equivalent
  • Prior soldering experience (lead and lead-free applications)
  • Excellent hand / eye coordination
  • Attention to detail and a high commitment to quality
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Good written and oral communication skills


Equipment Used and Working Conditions

  • A variety of small hand tools including soldering equipment, crimping equipment
  • Digital and analog multi-meters, oscilloscopes, frequency meters. AC and DC voltage calibration standards, AC frequency standards. Precision resistance calibration devices. EPROM duplication equipment.
  • Lifting loads up to 50 pounds using proper lifting techniques