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IPC Certified Electro-Mechanical Assembly Tech II
We are seeking an experienced Manufacturing Technician II to join our growing team. Ideal applicants will have the self-motivation and desire to become world-leaders in their field to join our office in Longmont, Colorado. We are a global leader in stored energy solutions for industrial applications. This is an excellent opportunity for someone to join a growing international space component supplier.
Candidate will need to have proven hardware knowledge, all appropriate NASA/IPC certifications required, more advanced process and equipment skills, and less oversight required in performing flight work. This is a technician position in which the candidate is expected to have familiarity with corporate manufacturing processes and procedures, and a good working knowledge of highly technical battery hardware. The technician may be assigned to varied low volume production assemblies, non-flight hardware, or R&D programs.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Essential duties and responsibilities include the following; however other duties may be assigned.
Perform manufacturing and production activities according to NASA/IPC space standards in the areas of: mechanical and electrical assembly, soldering, resistive welding, insolative coating, epoxy application, crimping and wire harness assembly.
Understands and utilizes electronic management systems for data storage and program documentation retrieval.
Ability to read, comprehend, and work effectively with mechanical drawings and documentation including bills of materials, assembly drawings, work instructions, and equipment travelers.
Experience in working in clean room environments, under company protections, and stored energy safe practices.
Ability to travel within the U.S. For one to several weeks at a time.
Capacity to become certified and maintain certification in NASA standards for Soldering, Cable, Polymeric applications.
Becomes trained and certified in eight or more corporate work Instructions.
Understands and implements aerospace best practices, meets quality requirements, and space-flight work habits.
Understand personal limitations and when to stop and ask for assistance.
Education and Experience:
High School diploma or general education degree (GED); 2-4 years related experience in aerospace or technical assembly field.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Ability to use VOMs and small hand tools and spot welder.
- Troubleshooting during assembly.
- Basic understanding of electronics and mechanical devices.
- Basic knowledge of Word and Excel.
- Understanding of traceability requirements, knowledge of Quality Systems, and MRB processes.
- Ability to lift 50 lbs., kneel, crouch, bend and twist.
- IPC J-STD-001 or IPC-A-610 Certification is a requirement
Accreditation, Certificates, License:
- IPC Certification or NASA Standards (8739.1, 8739.3, 8739.4) preferred, but must be able to certify to NASA or IPC Standards in polymerics, soldering, and wiring.
- Vision requirements may be met with corrected vision.
- IPC J-STD-001
Shift: The company works with a 9/80 schedule; 7: 30am to 5pm. Overtime on Friday's and Saturdays are required during ramp time.
Compensation: $18 to $22/hr or DOE
Please send your resume to sarah@employmentsolutions.Com