2nd Stage Assembler in Ottawa at Curtiss-Wright

Date Posted: 5/17/2021

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Job Description

Transform Your Tomorrow...Today at Curtiss-Wright.

At Curtiss-Wright, you have the opportunity to transform the way our customers do business, as well as transform your career. Our entrepreneurial environment provides our employees with excellent experiences that enable them to develop their skills through stretch assignments and the opportunity to work with the best talent in the industry. At Curtiss-Wright, you will have the opportunity to contribute from day one. And... that's just the beginning of how we help you transform your tomorrow. Transform Your Tomorrow...Today at Curtiss-Wright.

2nd Stage Assembler

This position is a temporary 6-month assignment on 2nd shift (3:30 p.m. to midnight) Monday to Friday.

Summary

Working as a member of the Manufacturing Production group, you will be responsible for assembly, inspection and repair processes involved in the manufacture of CWDS products. The successful candidate must be experienced in the handling of chemicals, components, tolling, soldering and desoldering equipment and machines.

Responsibilities

  • Operate equipment efficiently following defined work schedule from area coordinator and following all Health & Safety guidelines;
  • Support yield improvement projects;
  • Provide recommendations for process changes and improvement;
  • Complete all logs, reports and other data as defined by Lead hand;
  • Provide assistance to 1st stage manual assembly area as required;
  • May contribute as a member of the Spill team and/or Health and Safety committee;
  • Responsible for all material handling duties, lifting daily supplies as required;
  • Willing to support three shift rotations as required.

Skills

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills;
  • Good organizational skills;
  • Able to lift normal consumable supplies associated with the processes.

Education/Experience

  • Technician Diploma or grade 12 with a minimum of 5 years of manufacturing experience;
  • Knowledge of defect recognition for workmanship standards and requirements;
  • Experience removing and replacing PTH or Fine pitch surface mount devices;
  • Experience applying ECOS to circuit cards.
  • Experience working with formal procedures and supporting documents;
  • Experience within a PWB assembly environment, preference given to direct experience working with SMT and PTH components under a microscope;
  • Good working knowledge of SAP and personal computers;
  • Experience with BGA and CGA type component removal and replacement would be an asset.

This position may require exposure to information which is subject to US export control regulations such as the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). All applicants must meet eligibility requirements of the ITAR and of the Controlled Goods Directorate (CGD).