Assembler - Soldering
Curtiss-Wright Nuclear
Ottawa, ON
5d ago

Job Description

The Opportunity Production Associate Soldering (using a Microscope)

This is a temporary, evening shift position (3 : 45pm 12 : 15am, Monday to Friday) until Dec 31, 2020.

SUMMARY

Working as a member of the Manufacturing Production group, you will be responsible for assembly, soldering, inspection and repair processes involved in the manufacture of Curtiss-Wright products.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Operate soldering and de-soldering equipment
  • Efficiently following defined work schedules from the area Supervisor following all Health and Safety guidelines
  • Complete all logs, reports and other data as defined by the area Supervisor
  • Provide assistance to various areas of the manufacturing operation as required
  • Responsible to lift normal consumable supplies associated with the processes
  • Provide recommendations for process changes and improvements
  • May contribute as a member of the Spill team and / or Health and Safety Committee
  • Willing to support other shift rotations as required
  • SKILLS

  • Experience performing fine Tin Lead and Lead Free soldering with the use of a microscope
  • Demonstrated manual dexterity combined with mechanical aptitude and the ability to read / understand mechanical assembly drawings
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and team skills
  • Leadership experience
  • Good organizational skills
  • EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE

  • Technician Diploma or grade 12 with equivalent education and work experience including a minimum of 5 years in a manufacturing environment
  • IPC-A-610 & J-STD-001 training
  • Knowledge of defect recognition for workmanship standards and requirements
  • Experience removing and replacing PTH or Fine pitch surface mount devices
  • Experience applying ECO's to circuit cards
  • Experience working with formal procedures and supporting documents
  • Experience within a PWB assembly environment, preference given to direct experience working with soldering 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
  • Experience with IPC Class III and / or fine Tin Lead and Lead Free soldering with the use of a microscope highly desirable
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