Soldering in Cincinnati, OH at Crown Services, Inc

Date Posted: 2/6/2020

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Location:
    4050 Executive Park Drive
    Cincinnati, OH
  • Job Type:
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
  • Date Posted:
    2/6/2020

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




Experience: IPC JSD-001 or 1-year experience; prefer experience with the production assembly process, but will train as needed

Job Requirements

  • Follow and understand documented instructions (ABI, WI, SOP, EOI)
  • Perform high volume routine and repetitive duties to assemble products
  • Notify the Production lead of any near stock outs before become an actual shortage on the line
  • Set up and maintain production equipment and materials in a clean, organized fashion
  • Maintain confidentiality of documents and processes
  • Accomplish objectives while maintaining a clean, well-organized work environment
  • Know, understand, and comply with all applicable safety and health standards and rules
  • Perform both surface mount and thru-hole soldering techniques
  • Perform quality inspection of work product
  • Maintain assembly and test equipment in good working order and ensure tool calibration
  • 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
  • Remove and replace failed components on printed circuit board assemblies
  • Use specifications and documentation to prepare and assemble quality products
  • Reviewing and reading orders, following instructions and engineering drawings
  • Follow proper start up, cleaning and shutdown procedures
  • Spent wire soldering and tinning for wire harness production
  • Touch up soldering as required on printed circuit board assemblies produced on manufacturing equipment
  • Performing hand soldering on PCB, inspecting product according to IPC-610, and performing re-work
  • Perform clerical duties as relate to the repairs, for example, updating the status of repairs in the computer, making estimates and entering in the computer