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Assembler – 1st Shift – Multiple Openings

Job Description

  • Location: Nashua, NH
  • Type: Contract
  • Job #67939
Assembler – 1st Shift – Multiple Openings

Leading provider of integrated electronic manufacturing services in Nashua, NH is looking to hire an Assembler. This is a temp to hire position! 

Shift of the Assembler: 
6am-4pm m-th

Pay Rate of the Assembler: 

Responsibilities of the Assembler:

  • Perform all the essential functions and competencies listed above
  • Mentor and assist lesser qualified operators
  • Build subassemblies and add labels per manufacturing instructions and schematic drawings
  • Perform systems integration specific hand solder and inspection operations per documented instructions
  • Perform F-cert function to ensure final units have passed through all necessary operations
  • Perform final inspection of unit to ensure there are no visible defects or finger prints and wipe down unit as needed
  • Add user manuals, accessory packs, cables, labels, etc. per documented instructions
  • May assist manufacturing engineering in basic prototype and pre-production builds
  • Use manufacturing routings and process instructions under moderate supervision
  • Mentor other co-workers in assembly activities
Assemblers apply today!
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