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Cable Assembly Operator - Mesa, AZ
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We are recruiting for a Cable Assembly Operator the aerospace industry. The Cable Assembly Operator is responsible to correctly and efficiently complete wire and cable assemblies.Essential Duties and Responsibilities· Read wire diagrams, blue prints and schematics for cable assembly.· Assemble wires into cables and harness systems per schematic drawings.· Wrap and tie wires together at designated points to form harness.· Assemble electrical components, systems and/or subsystems.· Use automatic and hand held wire strippers for wire ends.· Measure wires and finished cable assemblies for quality.· Solder parts or connections between parts.· Solder, wrap, and coat wires to ensure proper installation.· Clean up area at the end of the work day and work week.· Perform other tasks as assigned by Supervisor.Qualifications/Requirements· High School diploma or GED, preferred· Must be able to regularly sit, stand and walk· Must be able to pass a Vision exam to inspect work at a close distance· Must be able to read and understand wire diagrams, blue prints and schematics· Must be able to accurately use measuring tools and do basic math· Must be able to effectively use all tools required for wire harness assembly· Must have keen attention to detail and quality· Must be able to bend, stoop and reach· Must be able to lift up to 35 pounds· Must be able to learn requirements of IPC-620
Customer Account Representative Grand Rapids, MI
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We are recruiting for a Customer Account Representative in the aerospace industry.  The Customer Account Representative provides support and assistance to Program Managers to ensure Customers’ products are shipped and delivered as promised.  The CS Representative also provides customer support for ABT’s new and existing accounts to ensure the efficient production and delivery of products and services.Essential Duties and ResponsibilitiesSupport Program Managers Enters and releases new and revised Purchase Orders. Ensures that Purchase Order terms and conditions are followed and accurate.  Creates accurate shipping documentation for Customer orders.   Ensures required Customer documents for technical requirements are communicated and distributed. Monitors customers websites for Purchase Order updates. Performs other tasks as assigned by Manager. Support New Accounts Establishes excellent customer relationships with new, growing accounts. Serves as the primary Company interface with these customers. Coordinates resources to ensure efficient production and delivery of products and services. Works with the Operations and Planning Teams to confirm appropriate delivery dates. Communicates with customers regarding program progress and delivery.  Maintains Issues Register for each program and ensures issues are resolved. Ensures compliance with internal standards, processes and procedures. Ensures that the Company has appropriate legal documentation for all contractual obligations. Ensures that all technical communications and shipments to customers are in compliance with ITAR. Performs other duties as assigned by ManagerQualifications/Requirements Bachelor’s Degree, preferred 1-2 years’ experience in a Customer Support role Strong organizational and administrative skills Excellent attention to detail and data Ability to multi-task and work in a fast paced working environment Excellent computer skills, including MS Office
Electronics Assemblers (1st and 2nd Shift) - Grand Rapids, MI Grand Rapids, MI
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Come join our growing team!   We are hiring Electronics Assemblers to assemble and/or modify electronic units, subassemblies, wiring harnesses and mechanical assemblies.  Assembly or Soldering experience preferred, but not required. We have 1st and 2nd shift openings:  1st Shift Hours:   Monday - Thursday from 6:30 am – 3:30 pm and every other Friday from 6:30 am – 2:30 pm plus overtime when necessary.  2nd Shift Hours:  Monday - Thursday from 3:15 pm – 12:15 am and every other Friday from 2:15 pm – 10:15 pm plus overtime when necessary. Our Electronics Assemblers work in a clean, temperature controlled environment and perform work while seated.  We offer a great benefit package and a unique full-time work schedule with every other Friday off. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Assembles electronic circuit boards by installing components using soldering equipment and other small tools. Assembles electronic units, subassemblies, wiring harnesses and mechanical assemblies using various small tools. Adjusts, repairs or replaces electronic components or assemblies to correct defects. Performs other tasks as assigned by SupervisorJob Requirements High School Diploma/GED, preferred Ability to read and understand written work instructions in English Assembly experience, preferred Acute dexterity of fingers and hands Ability to use small tools Keen attention to detail and quality Ability to easily see small objects through a microscope Ability to bend, stoop and reach Ability to lift up to 30-35 pounds
Electronics Test Technician (2nd Shift) Grand Rapids, MI
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We are recruiting for a second shift Electronic Test Technician. The Test Technician is responsible for testing and troubleshooting electronic assemblies such as wire harnesses, circuit boards and unit assemblies. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Uses basic knowledge of electricity, electronic components and circuit concepts to perform tests on harnesses, circuit cards and assembled units. Employs strong logical troubleshooting skills to troubleshoot assemblies and final systems to the component level. Utilizes basic test equipment including, but not limited to, power supplies, DMMs, oscilloscopes, function generators, to test and troubleshoot assemblies. Analyzes and corrects field returns or unusual test problems. Provides technical reports summarizing findings and recommending solutions to resolve problems. Performs preventative maintenance and calibration of equipment and systems. Completes documentation including travelers, defect recording, CRNs, etc Provides technical support for other departments, working to identify needs and determine solutions to problems. Performs other tasks as directedQualifications/Requirements High School Diploma/GED Associates degree in electronics or equivalent experience 2+ years work experience in electronics, testing and troubleshooting circuit card assemblies, preferred Proficiency with Microsoft Office software Ability to work flexible hours/shifts and overtime
Electronics Test Technician 1st Shift Grand Rapids, MI
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We are recruiting an Electronics Test Technician who will be responsible for testing and troubleshooting electronic assemblies such as wire harnesses, circuit boards and unit assemblies. This is a 1st shift position.  Scheduled hours are Monday – Thursdsay from 6:30 am – 3:30 pm and every other Friday from 6:30 am – 2:30 pm plus overtime when necessary. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Uses basic knowledge of electricity, electronic components and circuit concepts to perform tests on harnesses, circuit cards and assembled units. Employs strong logical troubleshooting skills to troubleshoot assemblies and final systems to the component level. Utilizes basic test equipment including, but not limited to, power supplies, DMMs, oscilloscopes, function generators, to test and troubleshoot assemblies. Analyzes and corrects field returns or unusual test problems. Provides technical reports summarizing findings and recommending solutions to resolve problems. Performs preventative maintenance and calibration of equipment and systems. Completes documentation including travelers, defect recording, CRNs, etc Provides technical support for other departments, working to identify needs and determine solutions to problems. Performs other tasks as directedJob Requirements High School Diploma/GED Associates degree in electronics or equivalent experience 2+ years work experience in electronics, testing and troubleshooting circuit card assemblies, preferred Proficiency with Microsoft Office software Ability to work flexible hours/shifts and overtime
IT Systems Administrator Amphenol Borisch Technologies
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We are recruiting for a IT Systems Administrator.. The Systems Administrator maintains and monitors end-user workstations and productivity on a local area network. The Systems Administrator performs a variety of maintenance; software installation, end-user support and training to ensure end-user workstations and network performance meet company and user requirements for facilities located in three countries. The Systems Administrator is also responsible for the tracking and maintenance of key IT assets.Essential Duties and Responsibilities· Work with Business Development Managers to help coordinate activities with the Amphenol Sales team· Work with the Purchasing team, Engineering team, Suppliers and Customers to facilitate bid opportunities· Assist with the preparation of proposals and communicate to customers· Provide pricing and technical assistance to both internal and external customers· Help facilitate the effective hand-off of information from bid to contract performance phase· Facilitate pricing opportunities in a timely manner· Research the defense, aerospace and space market conditions to determine potential business opportunities· Help develop, deliver, and maintain marketing and sales materials· Participate in launch support teams· Provide excellent Customer Service to external customers to ensure a high level of customer supportQualifications/Requirements· High School Diploma Required. Bachelor degree preferred.· Minimum 2-4 years of computer servicing/help desk experience.· Working knowledge of computing platforms and operating systems.· Working knowledge of computer security protocols and systems.· Working knowledge of network architectures, systems analysis and systems design.· Working knowledge of client/servicer database applications.· Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office.· Ability to provide remote
Lead Electronics Test Technician Amphenol Borisch Technologies
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We are recruiting for a Test Technician Cell Lead in the aerospace industry. The Cell Lead assists the area Supervisor to provide supervision to the Cell. The Cell Lead shares knowledge, experience and support to the team. The Cell Lead helps ensure production is running at full capacity in the Cell. In addition, the Cell Lead is responsible to collect the data and facilitate daily stand up meetings with the team.Essential Duties and ResponsibilitiesLeadership: Provide leadership support to Cell team members, particularly on Off-Fridays and weekends. Prioritize and assign work based on schedules Review and analyze weekly and monthly test data to determine process improvement Evaluate upcoming needs for test equipment and review schedule for capacity restraints Facilitate daily stand up meetings with team members to review production schedules and on-time production Notify area Supervisors when production schedules will not be met. Provide on-the-job-training to new team members or team members learning a new process. Process team member time sheets every week to ensure they are complete and correct Communicate training requirements to team members. Ensure they complete required training. Ensure Implemented Lean Tools and Philosophies are properly utilizedo Scheduling Toolso Standard Worko Time Studies/Labor Cardso Test/Source Data Sheetso Material Bins Ensure team members have appropriate tools, equipment, work instructions and training to complete their jobs. Assist area Supervisors write and distribute annual team member performance reviews. Ensure all test equipment is calibrated and preventative maintenance is performed Ensure the safety of employees in emergency situations; follow medical and safety procedures established by the Company. Ensure 5s procedures are followed within the Cell.Test Technician: Uses basic knowledge of electricity, electronic components and circuit concepts to perform tests on harnesses, circuit cards and assembled units. Employs stron
Manufacturing Technician Grand Rapids, MI
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We are recruiting for a Manufacturing Tech. The Manufacturing Tech  is responsible for surface mount manufacturing using automated equipment. The Tech uses surface mount technology to assemble circuit boards according to customer requirements.Essential Duties and Responsibilities·         Sets-up and operates MyData Surface Mount machines·         Operates Pick-and-Place machines·         Operates Reflow Soldering Ovens·         Operates automated Optical Inspection machines·         Operates Solder Paste Inspection machines·         Operates Solder Screen Printers·         Operates Board Loaders·         Cleans surface mount assemblies·         Performs Statistical Process Control on all jobs·         Assists Surface Mount Set-up Operators to ensure jobs are ready for machines·         Completes changeover tasks, especially if there is available time while machine is running·         Maintains excellent uptime on all machines·         Completes paperwork, including travelers·         Performs any other tasks as required by SupervisorQualifications/Requirements·         High School Diploma/GED·         Experience working with electronics or running machines·         Strong attention to detail and quality·         Ability to bend, stoop and reach·         Ability to lift up to 30-35 pounds
Production Assemblers (1st and 2nd Shift) Grand Rapids, MI
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Come join our growing team!   We are hiring Production/Electronics Assemblers to assemble and/or modify electronic units, subassemblies, wiring harnesses and mechanical assemblies.  Assembly or Soldering experience preferred, but not required. We have 1st and 2nd shift openings:  1st Shift Hours:   Monday - Thursday from 6:30 am – 3:30 pm and every other Friday from 6:30 am – 2:30 pm plus overtime when necessary.  2nd Shift Hours:  Monday - Thursday from 3:15 pm – 12:15 am and every other Friday from 2:15 pm – 10:15 pm plus overtime when necessary. Our Electronics Assemblers work in a clean, temperature controlled environment and perform work while seated.  We offer a great benefit package and a unique full-time work schedule with every other Friday off. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Assembles electronic circuit boards by installing components using soldering equipment and other small tools. Assembles electronic units, subassemblies, wiring harnesses and mechanical assemblies using various small tools. Adjusts, repairs or replaces electronic components or assemblies to correct defects. Performs other tasks as assigned by SupervisorJob Requirements High School Diploma/GED, preferred Ability to read and understand written work instructions in English Assembly experience, preferred Acute dexterity of fingers and hands Ability to use small tools Keen attention to detail and quality Ability to easily see small objects through a microscope Ability to bend, stoop and reach Ability to lift up to 30-35 pounds
Production Planner Mesa, Arizona
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Come join our growing team! We are recruiting for a Production Planner. The Production Planner is responsible to schedule production for the Mesa facility and provide occasional support to both the Grand Rapids and Nogales facilities, ensuring that products are produced and delivered on-time. The Production Planner helps plan and schedule appropriate labor and materials resources for efficient and cost-effective production flow.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Schedules production effectively for the Mesa facility by analyzing and using multiple data sources to develop strategic and tactical plans for work flow Strives to level load production schedules to ensure efficient and cost effective production Recommends labor levels for efficient production and on-time delivery Reacts and reschedules production when needed to accommodate unexpected situations Monitors, analyzes and reports production performance for Operations Determines product delivery dates based on material availability and labor capacity Updates master production schedule to reflect correct completion dates Revises production schedules when required due to labor or material shortages Recommends labor and machine requirements to meet short and long term production schedules Releases work for production per schedule Ensures appropriate inventory for efficient production Monitors shipping risks and opportunities Identifies, recommends and takes corrective actions to solve production issues Performs other tasks as assigned by supervisorJob Requirements Minimum 3 to 5 years successful production planning and/or materials management experience Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Manufacturing or related discipline, preferred APCS Certification, preferred Experience in a manufacturing environment, strongly preferred Demonstrated knowledge of inventory control Demonstrated analytical ability Experience with ERP/MRP Systems Lean manufacturing experience, preferred Strong written and verbal communication