Electronics Assembler

The ideal Electronics Assembler II will have expertise in the assembly of circuit boards, higher level electrical assemblies and electrical troubleshooting. This position requires reading work orders and schematic diagrams, following production drawings and sample assemblies, or receiving verbal instructions regarding duties to be performed. The Electronics Assembler must have a strong understanding of computers, trouble shooting and test experience. Candidates should work well in a team and maintain 6S standards. Candidates should also have a strong focus on quality control.

Duties and Responsibilities:

85% Production and Assembly

o Position and align parts in specified relationship to each other in jig, fixture, or other holding device.

o Crimp, screw, bolt, solder, cement, press fit, or perform similar operations to join or secure parts in place per drawing or industry standards.

o Mount assembled components, such as transformers, resistors, transistors, capacitors, integrated circuits, and sockets, on chassis panels.

o Connect component lead wires to printed circuit or route and connect wires between individual component leads and other components, connectors, terminals, and contact points.

o Part by part, visual inspections of both electronic components and assemblies.

o Application of epoxies, coatings and silicone to electronic assemblies.

o Install finished assemblies or subassemblies in cases and housing.

o Complete required paperwork for each job accurately and on a timely basis.

10% building and troubleshooting test boxes and fixtures for other Production and Engineering assemblies and prototypes.

o Perform testing that includes go-not-go and inspection to ensure parts and assemblies meet production specifications and standards.

5% Other duties as assigned


• High school diploma or GED required.

• Minimum 5 years of experience in a manufacturing environment with electrical experience required.

• Dynamometer and motor test experience required.

• J standard certified for soldering of components required or in process of obtaining.

• Test procedure development preferred.

• Must be able to perform basic arithmetic functions for weight measurements, torque conversions, and dimensional measurements. 

• Able to load software and run test software on completed assemblies.

• Positive attitude and patience are a must for new assemblers learning the ACC way and work.

• Demonstrated ability reading schematics, prints, drawings, etc for part assembly required.

• Must have strong attention to detail and ability to follow directions.

• Strong verbal and written communication skills required.

• Ability to pass initial and random FAA Drug/Alcohol screening requirements.

• Self-motivated and ability to work independently.

• Ability to interact in a positive, respectful manner and maintain cooperative working relationships.

• Excellent customer service skills for both internal and external customers.

• Commitment to quality, safety, and ethical behavior.

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