26 Jan 2023
Full-Time Electronics Assembler – Pamplona
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 : Electronics Assembler
Location : Pamplona, Camarines Sur Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 17.47 per hour.
Company : Playcrafting
Job Type : Full-Time
- Routes and connects wires and cables properly so that they are suitably accessible for removal and replacement and are mechanically attached, soldered, or welded in accordance with approved standards.
- Part of the task is assembling and altering prototype electronic subsystems, subunits, assemblies, components, wire harnesses, and cables.
- Cutting, punching, and shaping, among other operations, may be done using traditional machinery and/or CNC (computerized numerical control) production equipment.
- Thermal compression die bonding techniques, ultrasonic microwelding techniques and microsolder methods may be used to build microminiature circuits.
- Assembly of research electronics like radar synchronizers or computers and roll servo units employing pre-drilled chassis and printed wiring boards requires determining the sequence in which to do the various jobs necessary.
- Insert screws using pneumatic equipment and follow trainer/worker instructions for assembling the parts.
- Manufacturing and assembly microelectronic circuit assemblies under the supervision of engineers using a variety of equipment.
- To create sub-assemblies, assemblies or entire units utilizing hand tools, power tools, jigs/fixtures and miscellaneous equipment such as a lathe, mill, drill press, etc.
- Using color codes, coded labels, or other relevant identifying criteria, locates and selects unique electrical components of appropriate value or size as indicated on schematic wiring diagrams. Determines whether or not component terminal connections are required.
- Works from blueprints, schematics, samples that lack comprehensive details or precise information, assembly drawings, sketches, and spoken and written instructions that need the identification of all circuit symbols, wiring codes, and electrical components.
- A high school graduation or equivalent is necessary to satisfy the job’s requirements, as are relevant education and work experience.
- Three days of pre-work training are required for new hires (if performance level not met during the training, contractor will be released)
- Hand tools, a continuity tester, a voltage test fixture, pneumatic hand tools, a rivet machine, a power stapler, a drill press, a heat staking machine, heat guns, and a wire remover must all be able to be used.
- able to carry out simple tasks by resolving problems based on already established methods
- Utilize a variety of resources, including: verbal and written instructions (in English), bills of materials, routing diagrams, and a variety of other resources.