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Soldering Technician – 2nd shift

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  • Location: Alpharetta, GA
  • Type: Contract To Hire
  • Job #68062

Soldering Technician – 2nd Shift

Are you an experienced hand soldering expert? With at least 2 years’ experience hand soldering? A leading manufacturer is looking for a Soldering Technician to join their team in Alpharetta, GA to help them build the best connectors in the business. This is a full time and temp to hire opportunity!

Shift of the Soldering Technician:
Monday-Friday 3pm-11pm

Pay rate of the Soldering Technician:
 
$22.50/hr

Responsibilities of the Soldering Technician:

  • Fine pitch soldering of push-pull circular connectors and cable assemblies.
  • Reads instructions, such as work orders, diagrams, and wire lists to determine materials needed and sequence of assembly.
  • Full understanding of cable assemblies.

Requirements of the Soldering Technician:

  • H.S. Diploma or GED equivalent.
  • 2+ years of fine pitch soldering experience.
  • Fine attention to detail.
  • Honest, reliable, and hardworking.
  • Hiring priority provided to individuals with electronics certification(s).
  • Must pass solder test.

Soldering Technicians apply today! 
 

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