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. Candidates should also have a strong focus on quality control, strong work ethic, and comfort with an independent work environment.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Perform work on printed circuit boards, electric fans, and other assigned assemblies.
2. Assembles motor controllers according to production needs and standard build times.
3. Ensures correct work order and clocked time is properly tracked.
4. Verify the warehouse pull contains the right parts at the right quantity and issue a FPY if required.
5. Check the revision of the drawings per the Bill of Material (BOM) to ensure the part is produced to the right revision.
6. Read and interpret all engineering drawings and EPS/PPP documents.
7. Gather tools and verify that they are calibrated and in good condition prior to starting the work, replace tools that are not compliant.
8. Crimp, screw, bolt, solder, cement, press fit, or perform similar operations to join or secure parts in place per drawing or industry standards.
9. Accountable to maintain J Standard certification for soldering of components and IPC-610G knowledge.
10. Proficiently use precision measuring instruments including calipers, micrometers, CMM, height gauge, pins, torque wrenches, counter sink gauges, and other instruments required.
11. Position and align parts in specified relationship to each other in jig, fixture, or other holding device.
12. Mount assembled components, such as transformers, resistors, transistors, capacitors, integrated circuits, and sockets, on chassis panels.
13. Connect component lead wires to printed circuit or route and connect wires between individual component leads and other components, connectors, terminals, and contact points.
14. Part by part, visual inspections of both electronic components and assemblies.
15. Application of epoxies, coatings and silicone to electronic assemblies.
16. Complete required paperwork for each job accurately and on a timely basis.
17. Assemble the product per the print and released procedures to ensure a quality product.
18. Proficient math skills to calculate dimensional sizes.
19. Safely operate all special and general equipment including deionized washing, testing dynamometer, multimeter, milliohm meters, and other related electronics/test equipment.
20. Route to Quality or perform in-process inspection per the procedure.
21. Troubleshoot quality issues and rework as necessary to ensure the product meets requirements, escalate to Manufacturing Engineer or Manager for difficult issues.
22. Accountable to load software and run test software on completed assemblies.
23. Perform tests per the test procedure and record results.
24. If the test fails, troubleshoot the issues and rework as necessary to ensure the product meets requirements, escalate to Manufacturing Engineer or Manager for difficult issues.
25. Sign all assembly & test operations and clock out of the job to ensure proper tracking of production.
26. Proficient with PCB washing process.
27. Proficient solder pot knowledge.
28. Perform foreign object detection (FOD) activities through the process to minimize any potential risks.
29. Comply with all safety procedures to ensure proper protective equipment usage such as safety glasses, ear plugs, respirators/dust masks, etc.
30. As needed, build and troubleshoot test boxes and fixtures for other Production and Engineering assemblies and prototypes.
• 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.
Air Comm Corporation (ACC) is a privately held company founded in 1987 to meet the needs of helicopter operators seeking solutions to problems commonly found in factory-installed environmental control systems. Today, ACC is the industry leader in the development and manufacture of state-of-the-art bleed air heaters and vapor-cycle air conditioners for a range of aerospace applications, including fixed-wing and rotorcraft platforms.
ACC develops environmental control systems and provides mission-critical components and engineering solutions for military and commercial aerospace customers. Additionally, ACC has specialized expertise in fluid mass flow analysis, electro/ mechanical system design, development and production. Other capabilities include CNC tube fabrication, wire harness fabrication, circuit breaker/relay/control panel design and production, engineering, and testing services. The ACC test facility has a 120,000 BTUH air conditioning psychometric test chamber, a state of the art vibration table, harsh environment, EMI, and other test capabilities. The split psychometric chambers are designed for testing either individual components or complete systems to show real-time performance, efficiency, and identify areas where optimization can be realized.
Our success is based on leading edge innovation and elegant design, with a focus on quality and reliability, unparalleled customer support and unmatched value. Every ACC system is FAA approved via FAA Supplemental Type Certificate, or as part of the manufacturer’s aircraft Type Certificate. The company is ISO9000/AS-9100 certified. ACC customers include manufacturers, major operators, customizing centers, and the U.S. Military.
What Sets Us Apart:
We do the right thing when no one is looking. Personal integrity is non-negotiable here.
At ACC, we offer a competitive salary in exchange for your best work and we pay a significant portion of insurance benefits. Full-time employees have access to great benefits including; health, dental, vision, flexible spending account, life, disability, 401(k), and wellness reimbursements.
ACC is a rapidly-growing, dynamic, and forward-thinking company in beautiful Westminster, CO. Our office is accessible from I-25 and within 1 mile of public transportation. We have a professional, hardworking, and fun environment - We work hard and play hard! Team members celebrate 10 holidays annually and earn vacation and personal time off.
Air Comm Corporation
1575 W. 124th Ave Ste 210
Westminster, CO 80234
AIR COMM CORPORATION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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