Electronics Manufacturing Technician in Idaho Falls at Curtiss-Wright

Date Posted: 11/12/2020

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Job Description


The Opportunity | Electronics Manufacturing Technician
Under direct supervision, the Electronics Manufacturing Technician performs functions associated with all electro-mechanical manufacturing operations, including translating operating instructions, drawings, and schematics into the production of parts, subassemblies, and modules. The Electronics Manufacturing Technician works with engineers in set-up, testing, and calibration tasks, as well as performing rework and quality testing related to the production of parts, components, subassemblies, and final assemblies.
Major Accountabilities /Deliverables

  • Responsible for reading and understanding drawings, build conditions and instructions, soldering, assembly, maintaining programs, assembly documentation, routings, and processes used in the fabrication of complex products.

  • Make recommendations for tooling and process requirements of new and existing processes.

  • Interface with the team to coordinate new product releases to production.
Qualifications:

  • 0-1 year experience in a similar role

  • Understanding of Ohm's law, electronic components and their functions, and basic troubleshooting

  • Good interpersonal, communication, and team-building skills

  • Basic math and computer skills (MS Office)

  • High School Diploma or equivalent required. Technical/Trade School preferred.

  • J-STD or IPC-610 certification is an asset
We Offer
Curtiss-Wright is proud to offer our employees a comprehensive total rewards package:

  • Competitive Pay

  • Health and wellness benefits, including medical, dental, life insurance and more

  • Savings opportunities for retirement, with an opportunity to become a shareholder

  • Learning and development opportunities

  • Recognition for your contributions
This position may require exposure to information that is subject to US export control regulations, i.e. the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) or the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). All applicants must be U.S. persons within the meaning of U.S. regulations.
Curtiss-Wright values diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. If you require accommodation due to a disability at any time during the recruitment and/or assessment process, please contact Talent Acquisition and we will make all reasonable efforts to accommodate your request.