Electrical-Mechanical Soldering Assembler – Class III Solder Certified

Full Time
Posted: September 18, 2018
Closes: October 12, 2018

The candidate will perform all aspects of prototype and production assembly.

The Electrical-Mechanical, PCB and Cable Assembler will perform a variety of electronic assembly operations.  Candidate must be capable of passing IPC-A-610 or J-STD-001 Class 3 Certified Application Specialist course and inspection against these standards.  A current J-STD-001 Class 3 or IPC-610 Class 3 certification is a plus.  You may be asked to inspect others’ work per J-STD-001 Class 3.

PCB Assembly duties to include prepping CCAs, soldering hand-placed SMT and thru-hole parts, touch-up of CCAs (including jumpers), and reworking (R&R) CCAs and other assemblies.  Must be proficient in hand soldering of surface mount PCBA assemblies with water soluble and flux.  Must be proficient in both thru-hole and surface mount parts as small as 0402.

Electro-Mechanical Assembly duties to include:  prepping and integrating chassis and related electro-mechanical assemblies, crimping, stripping, cable routing, staking, splicing, marking, labeling, and soldering, performs all aspects of prototype and production assembly.

Cable Assembly to include:  Routes and ties wires to form wire harness used in electrical and electronic equipment or systems:  Reads instructions, such as work orders, diagrams, and wire lists to determine materials needed and sequence of assembly.  Selects wires of specified color, marking or length, and loops wires between guide pegs on harness board, following color-coded lines or sequential numbers on board or diagram.  Wraps and ties wires together at designated points to form harness, manually, or using tie-wrap gun.  The candidate may attach ends of wires to components, plugs, or terminal strip, using soldering iron or crimping device.  They may insert cable in plastic tubing, or inject plastic sealant around terminals to protect cable from dust and moisture, mark completed harness, and may test wiring continuity, using continuity tester.

The individual will be responsible for completing company paperwork and following company procedures, including work order, rework instructions, prints, drawings and schematics.  Will read assembly drawings and apply special instructions in drawing notes.  Will read work orders, follow production drawings and sample assemblies, or receive verbal instructions regarding duties to be performed.  Basic Computer skills are needed.   Be able to lift and move assemblies up to 50 pounds.

Qualifications

Must have a High School Diploma or GED and at least 5 years of related experience.  Must have expertise in pad and trace repair, production soldering of fine pitch parts, and rework and repair.  Must be able to perform job duties with little to no assistance.  Must have the level of expertise and interpersonal skills sufficient to provide on the job training to other assemblers.  Experience working to schematics, process details and engineering drawings is required.

 

US citizenship is required.

Candidate must be self-motivated and comfortable working in a fast-paced engineering environment.

Compensation

Salary will be based on experience.

Colmek provides health, life, vision, dental, and disability insurance, 401k retirement plan.

Paid holidays and vacation.

Work is full time (40 hours per week), overtime may be asked to be done from time to time and will be at discretion of Colmek.

About Colmek

Colmek designs and manufactures rugged electronics operating many of the world’s most important machines and systems. It is part of the Coda Octopus group of companies and is based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Colmek currently serves the world’s leading organizations in defense, aerospace, naval, and civilian industries.