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Assembly Team Lead Mesa, Arizona
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Have you dreamed of teaming up with other technical professionals to solve problems and support the production of quality product?Would you like to work out of a brand new, state-of-the-art facility with a financially strong, global corporation eager to support your team’s goals?Amphenol is a worldwide electronics leader and one of the largest manufacturers of interconnectproducts.Amphenol, a Fortune 500 company listed on the NYSE and a component of the S&P 500, is a top performing company with an unparalleled history of growth.Amphenol Aerospace (AAO), a division of Amphenol, has been a leader in designing and manufacturing electrical components for the aviation and commercial airplane industry for over 85 years and is now expanding its footprint to a newly constructed site in Mesa.This business, partnered with our long established operations and teams of subject matter experts in Sidney, NY and Nogales, Mexico, will allow us to innovate and collaborate with some of our largest customers in the western United States.We are seeking candidates for the position ofAssembly Team Lead to provide direction to the team and ensure efficient production and expected performance for all areas on their shift. Duties & Responsibilities Is the subject matter expert on all product lines Is the point of contact for technical escalations Assists in training new employees Assists Production Supervisors with all aspects of KPI requirements (Safety, Quality, Delivery, Inventory and Cost) Assists in evaluating employees and provides feedback to Management Staff Fills in for Production Supervisors during their absence Drives Lean & 5S culture across all product lines (coaching and mentoring) Leads “in-process” quality inspections and coaches team members Expedites orders Job Requirements Minimum 5 years of experience in Assembly in a manufacturing environment Able to read and under job layouts, blueprints, schematics and work from written and verbal job i
Cable Assembly Operator Mesa, Arizona
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We are looking for cable and harness assemblers with relevant work experience to work at our brand-new, beautiful manufacturing facility in Mesa. If you want to work for a growing company that provides a friendly, fast-paced work environment with development opportunities for team members who really perform, please apply.  We have fantastic health, dental, vision, PTO, Holiday and 401K benefits. In addition, we work a 9/80 schedule with alternate Fridays Off. Overtime available.You must be able to read wire diagrams, blue prints and schematics to assemble cables and wire harnesses for the military and aerospace industries. IPC-620 certification is a huge plus! All candidates must be a US citizen/US person and pass a drug and background check.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 t
Manufacturing Automation Engineer Mesa, Arizona
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Manufacturing Automation EngineerHave you dreamed of teaming up with other technical professionals to solve problems and support the production of quality product?  Would you like to work out of a brand new, state-of-the-art facility with a financially strong, global corporation eager to support your team’s goals?Amphenol is a worldwide electronics leader and one of the largest manufacturers of interconnect products.  Amphenol, a Fortune 500 company listed on the NYSE and a component of the S&P 500, is a top performing company with an unparalleled history of growth.Amphenol Aerospace (AAO), a division of Amphenol, has been a leader in designing and manufacturing electrical components for the aviation and commercial airplane industry for over 85 years and is now expanding its footprint to a newly constructed site in Mesa.  This business, partnered with our long established operations and teams of subject matter experts in Sidney, NY and Nogales, Mexico, will allow us to innovate and collaborate with some of our largest customers in the western United States.We are seeking an innovative individual that demonstrates significant ingenuity in problem solving for the position of Manufacturing Automation Engineer. Working with a cross-functional team, this individual will drive the implementation, commissioning, trouble-shooting and continuous improvement of automation and instrumentation for both the Mesa AZ and Nogales Mexico facilities.         Duties: Subject matter expert for the site automation system. Owns and maintains the design and specifications for equipment and instrumentation. Develops automation related SOPs. Performs training for users of the systems. Maintains control system – system & application backups, virus protection, operating system patches, etc. Assists in establishing preventative maintenance requirements. Assists in developing and maintaining spare parts support system. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or
Materials Specialist Team Lead Mesa, Arizona
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Have you dreamed of teaming up with other technical professionals to solve problems and support the production of quality product?Would you like to work out of a brand new, state-of-the-art facility with a financially strong, global corporation eager to support your team’s goals?Amphenol is a worldwide electronics leader and one of the largest manufacturers of interconnectproducts.Amphenol, a Fortune 500 company listed on the NYSE and a component of the S&P 500, is a top performing company with an unparalleled history of growth.Amphenol Aerospace (AAO), a division of Amphenol, has been a leader in designing and manufacturing electrical components for the aviation and commercial airplane industry for over 85 years and is now expanding its footprint to a newly constructed site in Mesa.This business, partnered with our long established operations and teams of subject matter experts in Sidney, NY and Nogales, Mexico, will allow us to innovate and collaborate with some of our largest customers in the western United States.We are seeking candidates for the position ofMaterials Specialist Team Lead to provide direction to the team and ensure efficient production and expected performance for all areas on their shift. Duties & Responsibilities Facilitates delivery of required materials and Works-In-Progress throughout operations areas. Prepares Works-In-Progress and finished goods for shipment with urgency in respect to delivery dates and shipping timelines Maintains accurate counts and records of daily transactions of materials, Works-In-Progress, and finished goods through assigned areas, whether manually or electronically Facilitate the loading and unloading of hazardous materials picked up or delivered by a certified Hazmat carrier Intermediate computer skills Trains co-workers and accepts training for the betterment of the materials team Assists in evaluating employees and provides feedback to Management Staff Assists Production Supervisors with all aspec
Process Engineer - Assembly Mesa, Arizona
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Have you dreamed of teaming up with other technical professionals to solve problems and support the production of quality product?Would you like to work out of a brand new, state-of-the-art facility with a financially strong, global corporation eager to support your team’s goals?Amphenol is a worldwide electronics leader and one of the largest manufacturers of interconnectproducts.Amphenol, a Fortune 500 company listed on the NYSE and a component of the S&P 500, is a top performing company with an unparalleled history of growth.Amphenol Aerospace (AAO), a division of Amphenol, has been a leader in designing and manufacturing electrical components for the aviation and commercial airplane industry for over 85 years and is now expanding its footprint to a newly constructed site in Mesa.This business, partnered with our long established operations and teams of subject matter experts in Sidney, NY and Nogales, Mexico, will allow us to innovate and collaborate with some of our largest customers in the western United States.We are seeking an innovative individual that demonstrates significant ingenuity in problem solving for the position ofProcess Engineer for the Assembly Department. Working with a cross-functional team, this individual will support the manufacturing of product from Design Engineering through end user support.Duties: Creating and maintaining manufacturing work instructions. Releasing part numbers and bills of materials. Owns the tooling and routing for products in the Assembly Department. Manufacturing floor support including training. Creating and submitting purchase requisitions and appropriation requests for tooling and machines. Leading the department in continuous improvement and cost reduction activities. Responsible for supporting New Product Introduction by developing new process and assembly methods. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in related engineering discipline plus four years of experience or equivalent education/experience
Quality Inspector Mesa, Arizona
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Have you dreamed of teaming up with other technical professionals to solve problems and support the production of quality product?Would you like to work out of a brand new, state-of-the-art facility with a financially strong, global corporation eager to support your team’s goals?Amphenol is a worldwide electronics leader and one of the largest manufacturers of interconnectproducts.Amphenol, a Fortune 500 company listed on the NYSE and a component of the S&P 500, is a top performing company with an unparalleled history of growth.Amphenol Aerospace (AAO), a division of Amphenol, has been a leader in designing and manufacturing electrical components for the aviation and commercial airplane industry for over 85 years and is now expanding its footprint to a newly constructed site in Mesa.This business, partnered with our long established operations and teams of subject matter experts in Sidney, NY and Nogales, Mexico, will allow us to innovate and collaborate with some of our largest customers in the western United States.We are seeking detail-oriented, quality-conscious candidates for the position ofQuality Inspector.Ideal candidate will be knowledgeable and experienced in: Monitoring of manufacturing/inspection processes for components, sub-assemblies, assemblies that are highly diversified and both mechanical and electrical in nature AS9100 Source Inspections GD&T Incoming Receiving Inspection and understanding of material certification review for assembly components Inspection and acceptance of raw materials (rubbers and metals) J STD certifications or ability to become certified for harness assemblies Requirements: Must be at least 18 years of age High School or equivalent diploma Familiarity with manufacturing and production of electrical components Ability to read, interpret, and work to blueprints, drawings, and process and design specifications Experience doing First Article Inspections and Source Inspections Ability to run and interpret results
Sr. Cable Assembly Operator Mesa, Arizona
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The Sr. Cable Assembly Operator is responsible to correctly and efficiently complete wire and cable assemblies. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: · Coach and train new, less experienced assemblers· Complete First Articles· Complete complex cable and harness systems per schematic drawings.· Read wire diagrams, blue prints and schematics for cable assembly.· Wrap and tie wires at designated points to form harness.· Assemble electrical components, systems and/or subsystems.· Use automatic and hand held tools.· Measure wires and finished cable assemblies for quality.· Solder parts or connections between parts.· Solder, wrap, and coat wires to ensure proper installation.· Perform other tasks as assigned by Supervisor.Job Requirements· High School diploma or GED.· Minimum 10 years’ experience cable and wire assemblies· 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
Sr. Cable Assembly Operator Mesa, Arizona
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The Sr. Cable Assembly Operator is responsible to correctly and efficiently complete wire and cable assemblies. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: · Coach and train new, less experienced assemblers· Complete First Articles· Complete complex cable and harness systems per schematic drawings.· Read wire diagrams, blue prints and schematics for cable assembly.· Wrap and tie wires at designated points to form harness.· Assemble electrical components, systems and/or subsystems.· Use automatic and hand held tools.· Measure wires and finished cable assemblies for quality.· Solder parts or connections between parts.· Solder, wrap, and coat wires to ensure proper installation.· Perform other tasks as assigned by Supervisor.Job Requirements· High School diploma or GED.· Minimum 10 years’ experience cable and wire assemblies· 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