£24000 - £28000 per annum
10 months ago
St Neots - Cambridgeshire
To follow methods and sequence of operations in; board building, hand soldering (predominantly TH/Conventional componentry), rework and inspection on printed circuit boards.
Populating PCBAs with through hole components within pre-flow process while adhering to production documentation
Component kit prep and PCB cropping within the pre-flow process.
To set up equipment needed to assemble the printed circuit assemblies. i.e. ladder racks and assembly frames
Reworking through-hole components post flow-solder.
Hand soldering through-hole components within hand-assembly process.
Fitting SMT components by hand
Implementing component modifications to PCBAs (wire links, routed wires, piggyback devices etc)
Learn and perform basic troubleshooting protocols and rework for non-conforming units
Ability to be flexible and handle priority changes as they occur
Meet expected daily production requirements
To carry out normal assembly tasks as required
10 years' experience of assembling electronic assemblies
5 years' experience working in electronics manufacturing.
High school diploma or equivalent trade school education
Knowledge of and demonstrated ability in the use of hand tools including soldering equipment, screwdrivers, wrenches, and heat guns, with good manual dexterity
Previous experience of being IPC-A-610 certified
Desirable if previously IPC-7711/21 certified
Thorough understanding of workmanship standards and quality control procedures including compliance for ESD
Experience operating in a lean manufacturing environment