Solderer in Milford at Crown Services, Inc

Date Posted: 3/3/2020

Job Snapshot

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  • Location:
    200 Techne Center Drive
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    Not Specified
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Job Description

•   Identify and read the values, polarity and orientation of thru-hole components I.E.: Capacitors, Resistors, Transistors, IC's etc.

•   Identify the orientation and polarity of components in reference to the printed circuit board for thru-hole.

•   Ability to read assembly drawings and utilize a Bill of Materials to identify customer part numbers for assembly

•   Verify thru-hole part values and correct part location placement

•   Basic understanding of the IPC-A-610 Class 2 standards

•   Utilize basic equipment necessary to complete the product's final assembly, including hot glue, clipping, masking, etc., as needed

High School Diploma or GED

Job Requirements

  • End up in the field protecting men and women who defend freedom
  • Specified temperature for soldering, using electric current
  • Make sure the solder is
  • Perform basic soldering prep by manually removing cable jacket and stripping wires or ribbonization and jacketing, if applicable to value stream
  • Maintain a clean and safe work environment
  • Trim materials from components to achieve specified electrical requirements or dimensional characteristics
  • Performing a wide variety of electronic assembly operations
  • Maintain good housekeeping and clean work areas in assigned manufacturing areas according to 5S guidelines
  • Set up station with the correct documents and components per assembly drawing
  • Desolder operations as needed on assemblies
  • Utilizing available machine shop hand and power tools (ex: table/band saws, brake, punches)
  • Check for irregularities and defects and touch-up and repair of circuit boards
  • Maintain a clean-as--go attitude at all times
  • Preforming surface mount soldering of components on PC boards
  • Take part in a training through an accredited college to become IPC-A-610 and J-Standard certified free of charge
  • Using both a hand crimper and a pneumatic crimper
  • Align parts in specified relationship to each other in jig, fixture or other holding device
  • Perform hand soldering duties in accordance with customer requirements and current IPC 610 industry standards
  • Recognize operating irregularities and machine malfunctions and make corrections or notify the proper person
  • Perform various hand assemblies, component PCB insertion, soldering, and machine operating duties while building electrical/mechanical sub-assemblies and final assemblies