26 May 2023
Full-Time Precision Instrument Assembler – Ṭanṭā
Assembler is a person who assembles products in a factory environment using well-defined procedures and following predetermined work schedules. Assembly Supervisors, Team Leaders, Senior Assemblers, or Engineers supervise the assembly of objects to ensure that production requirements are met.
Job Title : Precision Instrument Assembler
Location : Ṭanṭā, Al-Gharbiyyah, Egypt
Salary : $ 16.22 per hour.
Company : Lund Boat Company
Job Type : Full-Time
- 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.
- Using pre-drilled chassis and printed wiring boards, decide the sequence in which to complete the many jobs necessary for the construction of research electronics such as radar synchronizers or computers, as well as roll servo units.
- Utilizes hand tools, power tools, jigs, fixtures, and other equipment to assemble units, manufactured parts/components, and/or electrical/electronic systems into subassemblies, assemblies, and full units.
- As directed by a Trainer/worker, install brackets, gaskets, silicone, and screws using pneumatic tools.
- Identifies and chooses different electrical components of the appropriate value or size, as shown on schematic wiring diagrams, using a color code, a coded label, or other relevant identifying features. As needed, identifies terminal connections for components.
- This work comprises routing and connecting all components, cables, and wires in the suitable manner to guarantee that they can be removed and changed simply and according to industry standards.
- Employing specific resins, thermal compression die bonding, ultrasonic microwelding, and microsoldering methods, to make and assemble microminiature circuit components.
- Assembles, inspects, adjusts, and reworks experimental and preproduction electronic subsystems, subunits, assemblies, components, and harnesses and cables.
- To fabricate, form, or shape manufactured parts, tools, or parts assemblies from raw materials, follows established procedures for operating various convention machines and/or CNC (computerized numerical control) manufacturing equipment for tasks such as cutting, punching, forming, drilling, tapping, turning, milling, and stamping.
- To develop a product from the ground up using only blueprints and schematics as a guide, this position demands the ability to recognize and identify all circuit symbols, wire codes, and electrical components.
- Hand tools, pneumatic hand tools, a rivet machine, an electric stapler, a drill press, a heat staking machine, and wire strippers are all required.
- 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.
- by addressing difficulties using known ways, a person may do basic jobs
- Training for new hires typically lasts three days (if performance level not met during the training, contractor will be released)
- A secondary certificate/high school diploma, or an equivalent mix of appropriate education and work experience that enables effective fulfillment of job requirements