If you are interested in the creation and testing of electronic parts, consider a career in electronic assembly.
An electronic assembler is responsible for assembling various electrical and electronic equipment. This may also involve:
- Reading and interpreting instructions
- Assembling parts and tools
- Fitting electronic components together
As for responsibilities, commonly seen requirements shown in job descriptions may include some or all of the following:
- Assemble materials
- Read and interpret drawings, diagrams, blueprints, specifications, reports, and work orders
- Inspect wiring installations, assemblies, and circuits
- Assemble electrical or electronic systems or support structures and install components using rivets, bolts, soldering, or micro-welding equipment
- Adjust or repair electrical equipment
- Correct defects
- Test products for performance and meeting specifications
- Pack finished products for shipment
The following skills and experience would benefit an individual looking to find work in the electronic assembly field:
- Excellent fine motor skills
- Good vision, including the ability to focus on items that are close to the eyes
- Attention to detail
- Ability to read and follow a variety of instructions
Along with these requirements, there may be some physical demands expected of the job as well, including:
- The ability to stand for long periods of time
- Regularly being able to lift and/or move up to ten pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds
- Use your hands and fingers to handle and control objects, tools, or controls
- May occasionally be required to walk, reach, kneel, or crouch
In order to become an electronic assembler, a high school diploma or equivalent is required. Some experience in manufacturing is also an asset.
Job Placement Specialists Can Help Electronic Assemblers Further Their Careers
People looking to enter or progress their career as an electronic assembler can benefit by consulting an experienced job placement professional from Winters Technical Staffing, a leading staffing agency for the manufacturing sector in Toronto for more than 40 years. The specialists at Winters Technical Staffing can provide the guidance and support that will aid job seekers in streamlining their efforts in a more targeted and effective manner, with an overall goal of increasing the probability of landing an appropriate position.
The consultants at Winters Technical Staffing have established strong relationships with employers and hiring managers throughout the electronics industry and have developed a reputation for success in the recruitment and placement of qualified candidates within this sector.
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Contact Winters Today
Are you looking to initiate or progress in your career as an electronic assembler? The guidance and support provided by the job placement specialists from Winters Technical Staffing may be helpful to you. Call the consultants at Winters Technical Staffing today at 647-556-2408 to request your complimentary consultation.