We are looking for two reliable electronic assemblers to work the day shift in Waterloo. An electronic assembler requires manual dexterity and good hand eye coordination. With a pay of $15.10/hr plus other great benefits. SEE MORE
2 Electronic Assemblers Urgently needed at Randstad Canada – APPLY NOW!
What is an Electronic Equipment Assembler?
An electronic equipment assembler, also known as a fabricator, mounts, connects, assembles and secures parts and components of electronic equipment.
The assembler works behind the scenes to bring together the pieces of equipment we use every day, such as computers, electronic devices, toys and engines.
A wide range of electronics are involved: computer circuit boards, transmitters, receivers, medical equipment, measuring devices, and automotive mechanisms.
What does an Electronic Equipment Assembler do?
An electronic equipment assembler most often works as part of an assembly line or production facility. He or she assembles and fabricates electronic products, meeting very precise specifications. Many different tools are used in the process, from hand-operated tools such as soldering guns and small power tools, to large automatic and semi-automatic machines.
The work ranges from fairly basic and easy assembly work to complicated tasks that require advanced knowledge and experience.
Assemblers often work with the designers and engineers in product development, sometimes assisting with prototypes and building test products. Workers must read and comprehend detailed blueprints and schematics.
A very important part of the job is quality control. Workers must conduct quality checks to identify faulty components and replace them at the source. Problems need to be fixed as early as possible in the stream, before large-scale manufacturing of defective products can occur.
Other parts of the job involve manually placing and soldering resistors, diodes, capacitors, transistors, wires, and integrated circuits onto printed circuit boards.
These tasks may also be performed by assemblers operating machines to position, solder and seal parts onto printed circuit boards.
Workers mount and fasten parts, align and adjust small components, and connect complex wiring. Microcircuits require fine hand assembly, or mechanical parts may need to be assembled onto frames or shelves.
Most electronic equipment assemblers and fabricators work on a team, but there are some who specialize and only produce one type of product. Some do the same task repeatedly throughout the assembly process.
We are looking for two reliable electronic assemblers to work the day shift in Waterloo. This role requires manual dexterity and good hand eye coordination.
You will be working with very small parts, using hand tools, sitting or standing for long periods of time. This is a potentially long term position for the right individual.
What’s in it for you?
- Straight day shift 7-3:30pm Monday to Friday
- Working for a small family oriented company
- On local bus route in Waterloo
- longer term contract position
What do we need from you?
- Electrical or Electronic assembly experience
- Experience working in a factory setting
- Manual Dexterity and good hand strength
- Comfortable working with small and delicate parts
- Reliable and punctual
Perks of working with Randstad
- Paid Weekly + 4% Vacation Pay Added
- We offer a competitive benefits package, available to you on your first day!
- We offer $50 Bonus when you refer a friend or family member and they work for 160 hours.
If you are interested in this opportunity review how to apply.
How To Apply
- Respond directly to this job posting
- Apply at www.randstad.ca and follow up with a phone call an hour afterward to 519.772.0181 and ask for Jackie or Mel
We are also text friendly if you have any questions Please text Jackie or Melanie at 226-751-2767 or 226-747-5740 once you have created a profile
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