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Prototype Assembly - Prototype Assembler, Senior|6073

San Diego, CA 92102

Posted: 01/09/2023 Job Number: z5G7h3l6a1kMvyS65NP3c7cghXH8XlfJnMvftiDDJwE= Pay Rate: 20.31-25.39 NOOT USD

Job Description


Job Description: • Shift: 1
• Working Days: Mon-Fri (Occasional Saturdays)
• Start/End Time: 6:00am - 2:30pm PST
• Total Weekly Hours: 40.0 (potential for OT)
• Interview Expectation: Onsite in-person testing their physical skillets needed for the role.

Education Requirement
• High School Diploma or Equivalent

Experience Required
•2 years

Top 5 Required Skills
1. Prepares, loads and solders printed circuit boards, with minimal supervision. Performs rework and modifications of CCAs and some basic components/devices
2. Fabricates moderately complex wire harnesses and various cable assemblies
3. Performs mechanical assembly of panels, test boxes and chassis.
4. Executes plans based on understanding of needs and requirements and resolves moderately complex build issues
5. Reads and interprets moderately complex mechanical drawings and blueprints to perform a variety of assembly operations
6. Performs moderately complex repair work, rework, removal, and modifications to assemblies or sub-assemblies as necessary

Physical Requirements
• N/A

Driving Requirements
• Are there driving responsibilities no matter how minimal with this role? No
• If yes, how many hours per week? N/A


Additional Job Details
Manages and performs a variety of electrical and mechanical assembly, such as Circuit Card Assembly, components, devices, cables and some limited mechanical assembly. Prepares, loads and solders printed circuit boards, and performs rework and modifications. Manages and reports on prototype lab and stockroom activities. Obtains prototype and product build project needs and timetables to ensure project schedules are met.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
• Prepares, loads and solders printed circuit boards, with minimal supervision. Performs rework and modifications of CCAs and some basic components/devices.
• Fabricates moderately complex wire harnesses and various cable assemblies.
• Performs mechanical assembly of panels, test boxes and chassis.
• Executes plans based on understanding of needs and requirements and resolves moderately complex build issues.
• Reads and interprets moderately complex mechanical drawings and blueprints to perform a variety of assembly operations.
• Performs moderately complex repair work, rework, removal, and modifications to assemblies or sub-assemblies as necessary.
• Contributes to the creation of new processes.
• Identifies and solves moderately complex issues and escalates other issues appropriately.

Level of Responsibility:
• Works under some supervision.
• Responsible for own work. Decision-making is limited. Impact of decisions is readily apparent. Errors made typically only impact timeline (i.e., require additional time to correct).
• Requires verbal and written communication skills to convey basic, routine factual information about day-to-day activities to others who are fully knowledgeable in the subject area.
• Most tasks require multiple steps which can be performed in various orders; some planning and prioritization must occur to complete the tasks effectively; mistakes may result in some rework.
• Some creativity may be required to troubleshoot technical problems or deal with novel circumstances.
• Deductive problem solving is required to solve moderately complex problems; most problems have defined processes of diagnosis/detection; some limited data analysis may be required.

The responsibilities of this role do not include:
• Does not provide supervision to others.
• Does not have financial accountability.
• Has no influence over key organizational decisions.
• Does not have a role in strategic planning."
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