12 Feb Electro-Mechanical Assembler
Wildlife Computers is the home where you’ve wanted to work your entire career. We are a locally owned, a-typical manufacturing company that recognizes and rewards hard work and dedication. You will become an important member of our team, not just a number.
What We Are Looking for From You
To be successful in this role, we need someone who:
- Has a high school diploma or GED and 8+ years of experience working in a hands-on, high attention-to-detail, quality-focused manufacturing role, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Demonstrates proficiency in soldering at an IPC 610 level with components as small as 0201 sized.
- Can apply basic algebra and geometry concepts.
- Is extremely detail-oriented and can follow detailed procedures all while adapting to changing priorities.
- Is familiar with Microsoft Office products including Teams, Word, Excel, Outlook, and SharePoint.
- Has great mechanical aptitude and ability to work with various hand tools.
- Can communicate well, solve practical problems, interpret various instructions, and work overtime as needed to meet deadlines.
What You Will Do in a Day
As an Electro-Mechanical Assembler at Wildlife Computers, you will:
- Complete work orders by following written procedures, drawings, verbal instructions, and sample assemblies.
- Join or secure parts using a variety of components and connect lead wires to printed circuit boards or routes and connect wires between individual pieces.
- Install finished assemblies or subassemblies in molds, and execute intermediate assembly tasks—potting, encapsulating, impregnating, epoxy bonding, and more.
- Conduct online go-no-go testing and inspect parts to meet specifications and standards.
- Clean molds, cast instruments for re-use or testing, and subassemblies (may involve the use of isopropyl alcohol, acetone, or Flux-Off).
- Provide feedback to the engineering department to improve quality, reliability, and efficiency; assist in maintaining accurate inventory levels; and participate in the company safety plan.
Physical Demands of this Position
As this is a hands-on position, there are physical demands surrounding it. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. You will need to:
- Work in a manufacturing-laboratory environment with chemical exposure that is typical for a manufacturing casting room environment.
- Work in an environment where the noise level is moderate; however, occasional work is required near moving mechanical parts where the noise level is louder with dust, vibration, chemical exposure etc.
- Sit or stand for long periods of time to manually manipulate parts and tools with repetitive hand and wrist motions.
- Occasionally lift to 30 pounds
- Occasionally work under a microscope for long periods of time
What You Get from Us
We offer the opportunity to work on cool projects, create innovative technology, and collaborate with an amazing team filled with scientists, engineers, researchers, and more. We also offer a company culture steeped in family, friendship, and stability. We embrace diversity and inclusion and encourage everyone to bring their authentic selves to work every day. With all of that, we offer the industry’s most comprehensive benefits package including:
- Paid Time Off—you begin accruing 24 days of PTO per year on your first day of employment.
- Holidays—each employee receives six federal holidays plus ten days off for our year-end closure.
- Competitive Medical, Dental, and Vision Coverage—three different plans to choose from.
- Health Savings Account.
- 401K—with a yearly Safe Harbor Contribution by the company.
- Employee Appreciation Events.
- Educational Assistance—take classes and certificate courses to maintain and improve your skills.
- Long-term Disability.
We will also help you elevate your game and skills by encouraging and cheering you on. There are opportunities for leadership, learning new skills, and mentoring. The salary range for this position is $22-$25 per hour.
If you are our new Electro-Mechanical Assembler, contact us to learn more about the job. Look at the website, WildlifeComputers.com, to learn more about what we do.