Ducommun Solder Assembler A - 2nd Shift in Joplin, Missouri
Solder Assembler A - 2nd Shift
Job Summary & Essential Functions:
Perform solder tasks and other related assembly operations for cable harnesses including crimping, routing, layup and other related assembly operations required to manufacture product. Training will provided. Tasks may vary by department and customer specifications. The Solder Assembler A is considered an entry level solder position with potential advancement to a Solder Assembler B which requires a higher skill set and ability to perform more complex solder operations.
% of Time
¨ Solder operations for cable harness assembly including but not limited to solder connectors, sleeves, and splices.
¨ Solder Tin wires.
¨ Read and follow production / inspection documentation pertaining to specific assemblies.
¨ Data collection and record keeping as necessary.
¨ Accurately document, stamp and sign off on each task as required for appropriate processing of paperwork.
¨ Various preparation and termination operations such as the following: bundle build up, fluroetch, shrink sleeving, lace tie cables and wire, connector preparation, braid termination, hand buzz, disassembly, mylar, blow on jackets, and hand twisting.
¨ Hot mold clean-up
¨ Complete in-process inspection
¨ Strip wires/crimp termination/insertion/pin retention
¨ Verify wiring
¨ Perform identification process—electroetch or ink
¨ Torque backshells/torque test/faying (resistance) checks
¨ Sandblast/clean parts
¨ Spiral wrap
¨ Install hardware (bandits, ID’s, tie-wraps, etc.)
¨ Support and cooperate with other coworkers to achieve the desired goals of the program or department.
¨ Various other tasks (may include the following): Apply primers, fluroetch, splices, ferrule crimps, torque (program specific), non-certified solder (e.g., F-16) or any tasks mentioned in the Assembler job description as necessary.
¨ Train other coworkers as needed.
¨ Responsible for the proper handling and management of hazardous waste generated in their work area.
¨ Work safely and be aware of surroundings.
Skills & Qualifications
Required Skills & Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, qualifications, competencies, abilities and any physical demands if required. Physical demands are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential requirements of this job.
Ability to perform basic math functions including the use of decimals and fractions.
Ability to use simple charts, tables, specifications and adjustable measuring instruments;
Checking or preparation of forms and records.
Ability to regularly work from detailed instructions and to make minor decisions requiring some judgement on the part of the employee.
Requires frequent concentration and alertness.
Ability to work with large cables and large gauge wire as well as blow on jackets during the lay-up process.
Ability to work with solder and solder equipments.
High attention to detail to ensure safety when using solder irons and tools.
Vision Requirements – corrected vision acceptable (20/40). Must be able to distinguish colors.
Required to use materials as listed (may vary by department): alcohol, MEK, rubber/latex/cloth gloves, fiberglass, various wire, tapes (Teflon, fiberglass, ceramic, etc.), paper, solder, flux, potting or molding compounds, sealant, primers, various electrical components, braids (copper, PTFE, stainless, etc.), various metals (copper, stainless, etc.), protective packaging material, epoxies, spiral wrap.
Required to use hand tools as listed (may vary by department): solder irons; retention tools; various measuring devices, various wrenches, pliers, crimpers and other hand tools, various gauges, fixtures and tools, carts, strippers, banding tools, cutters, hot tweezers, heat gun, dremel tools, solder pot.
Required to use equipment as listed (may vary by department): Material handling equipment, computers, automatic equipment (strippers, banding tools, wire cutters, ID, etc.), test equipment (cable scans/ circuit detectors), fork truck (certification may be required), ovens, freezers, sandblaster.
Do not meet the requirements to bid on a Solder Assembler A position if currently classified as a Solder Assembler B performing the same job but at a higher skill level.
Required Experience/Education/Training/Certifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must possess the outlined experience level, education, training, minimum years of experience, product or industry knowledge plus any certifications in order to be considered. List in bullet fashion what they must possess.
Six (6) months electronics assembly experience preferred.
IPC-620 – Requirements and Acceptance for Cable and Wire Harness Assemblies
J-STD 001 – Solder Certification
Solder sleeve certification.
Pass Eye Exam – Required Annually.
Physical Demands (reasonable accommodations may be made, if necessary):
Physical Abilities Lift /Carry
Stand - Continuously 10 lbs or less - Frequently
Walk - Continuously 11-20 lbs - Occasionally
Sit - Continuously 21-50 lbs - Occasionally
Climb – Occassionally 51-100 lbs - N/A
Crawl - Occassionally Over 100 lbs - N/A
Squat or Kneel - Occasionally
Bend - Occassionally Push / Pull
Fine Manipulation - Frequently 10 lbs or less - Occasionally
Reach Outward - Occasionally 10-20 lbs - Occasionally
Reach Above Shoulder - Occasionally 20-50 lbs - N/A
Drive – N/A 50-100 lbs - N/AOver 100 lbs - N/A
N/A (Not Applicable) - Activity is not applicable to this occupation
Occasionally - Occupation requires this activity up to 33% of the time (.25 - 2.5 hrs/day)
Frequently - Occupation requires this activity from 33% - 66% of the time (2.5 - 5.5 hrs/day)
Continuously - Occupation requires this activity more than 66% of the time (5.5+ hrs/day)
Other Physical Requirements:
Work Environment and Safety Equipment Required: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of the job. Include things such as safety glasses, safety shoes and other designated personal protective equipment as required for the position.
Light manufacturing environment
Ability to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) - Required PPE determined by work area. May include: safety glasses; steel toe shoes; hearing protection.
Ability to work around solder fumes and equipment and utilize ventilation equipment provided.
1505 Maiden Lane
Joplin, Missouri, 64801