25 May 2023
Full-Time Assembly Team member – Kumo
An assembler works in a factory environment to fulfill daily production deadlines and assemble goods using prescribed processes. An Assembly Supervisor, Senior Assembler, or Engineer may supervise you in the performance of product assembly duties according to specified production standards.
Job Title : Assembly Team member
Location : Kumo, Gombe, Nigeria
Salary : $ 15.6 per hour.
Company : Allied Maker
Job Type : Full-Time
- Using color codes, coded labels, or other relevant identifying criteria, locates and selects unique electrical components of appropriate value or size as indicated on schematic wiring diagrams. Determines whether or not component terminal connections are required.
- Instructed by a Trainer/worker, install brackets, gaskets, and silicone using pneumatic equipment to insert screws.
- To guarantee that all components, cables, and wires can be readily removed and changed in accordance with industry standards, this work comprises routing and connecting them properly.
- All circuit symbols, wiring codes and electrical components must be recognized and identified in order to develop a product from scratch using just blueprints and schematics as a guide.
- Pre-drilled chassis and printed wiring boards are used to construct electronic components like radar synchronizers, computers, and roll servo units according to schematics and other specifications. These components are then adjusted according to the schematics and wiring diagrams.
- Establishes and runs a variety of equipment to create and assemble entire flying, developmental, and prototype microelectronic circuit assemblies under the guidance of an engineer.
- To create sub-assemblies, assemblies or entire units utilizing hand tools, power tools, jigs/fixtures and miscellaneous equipment such as a lathe, mill, drill press, etc.
- Electronic subsystems used for testing and prototyping are assembled and inspected before they are reworked in order to improve their performance.
- Thermal compression die bonding techniques, ultrasonic microwelding techniques and microsolder methods may be used to build microminiature circuits.
- Cutting, punching, and shaping, among other operations, may be done using traditional machinery and/or CNC (computerized numerical control) production equipment.
- Make use of a variety of materials, including written and oral instructions (all in English), a supply list, and a diagram depicting the anticipated course, and so on.
- Hand tools, pneumatic hand tools, a rivet machine, an electric stapler, a drill press, a heat staking machine, and wire strippers are all required.
- In order to satisfy the job’s criteria, a high school diploma or equivalent must be obtained.
- able to carry out simple tasks by employing pre-existing techniques to address problems
- Candidates must complete three days of training in order to proceed with the assignment (if performance level not met during the training, contractor will be released)