Electromechanical Assembly Position
Applied Scientific Instrumentation (ASI) is seeking personnel for electromechanical assembly. Job candidates should have working knowledge of electronic assembly including surface mount soldering, constructing electronic boards and assemblies and hand tools. The position also requires fine motor skills in the assembly of electro-mechanical stages. This includes the placement of linear bearings and guide ways and developing a feel for when these components are assembled correctly. Think of it as a fine craftsman building a clock, or other complex assembly. The position requires extreme attention to detail and the ability to follow detailed instructions. Prefer candidates with experience, but will train the right individual. Candidates must be able to work independently with little, or no supervision after training. Candidates must also be willing and able to cross train in to other areas as needed.
- occasionally juggle multiple tasks to meet production deadlines.
- Good communication skills to work with both colleagues and suppliers.
- Occasionally will require lifting of up to 45 lbs and walking up and down stairs.
Habit of taking initiative and solving problems, not just following orders. Must be a self-starter and be able to work with little to no supervision
Good opportunity for advancement
Starting pay $16-$18 per hour depending upon experience