Electronics Assembly Worker

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Littleton, CO

Job status
Full time
Job description
Broad Function: Perform assembly operations on electronic components and sub assemblies in accordance with company, IPC and J-standards. The main focuses of this position are soldering and mechanical operations.

Multiple shifts available: 2nd shift (3 – 11:30 PM), 1st shift (6:30 AM - 3:00 PM)

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Assemble parts into repetitive and non-complex units or subassemblies, utilizing hand tools and soldering iron.
Will require some use of voltmeters, scales, holding fixtures, bench tools, automated and manual soldering equipment and special fixtures.
Assembly operations are typically performed under a stereo microscope.
Follow written/oral instructions from process engineers, manufacturing engineers, and supervisor.
May prepare and assemble PC boards, Perform component preparation, Dispense / Apply adhesives , and Utilize various tools to perform mechanical assembly.
Inspect work to ensure that it meets all requirements.
Comply with and support all department and corporate policies and procedures included but not limited to Safety, Security and ESD.
Inspect product at various stages of process.
Create NCMR (non-conforming material review) and perform root cause analysis as needed.
Read, interpret and follow detailed work instructions and assembly drawings.
Work to develop customer relationships through collaboration, respect, professionalism, trust and integrity.
Perform all other related duties as assigned

Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Ability to follow detailed written and verbal instructions.
Ability to perform basic and routine repetitive mechanical assembly operations on components and subassemblies using fixtures, screwdrivers, etc.
Proficient use and familiarity with hand tools.
Ability to run automatic soldering equipment.
Ability to determine if product meets Unicircuit quality standards.
Must be quality oriented and know when to seek help.
Must have excellent time management skills and ability to prioritize projects.
Ability to work with fine-pitch components.
Ability to understand manufacturing documentation.
Requires basic mechanical and good soldering skills.
Ability to read, understand and follow assembly instructions, including visual aids and drawings.
May require limited soldering skills under magnification.
Excellent hand/eye coordination.
Ability to use (hold, lift, maneuver, etc.) hand tools and power tools.
Ability to maneuver tiny objects such as screws, wires, etc.
Ability to work both independently and as part of a team.

Ability to safely lift up to 20 lbs.
Ability to sit and work at a PC intermittently throughout the day.
Majority of day spent seated.
Ability to work shift work.

Experience: 1 - 5 years of solder/complex assembly experience. J-standard certification (preferred). 1PC-610 certification (preferred).

Must be eligible to work on defense and satellite programs subject to ITAR Regulations. Therefore, candidates must be a U.S. Citizen or a U.S. Permanent Resident ('Green Card').

Must comply with TTM Export Control Policies and Procedures and all applicable laws including ITAR, EAR and OFAC including but not limited to: a) being able to identify ITAR product on the manufacturing floor and understand that access to these products and related technical data is restricted to only US Citizens and US Permanent Residents; b) recognition of Foreign Person visitors by badge differentiation.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual origination, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, disability, or protected veteran status.