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 Post subject: Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Assembler
Posted: Fri Dec 09, 2011 4:02 pm 
 
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NuWaves Engineering, a leading Department of Defense (DoD) contractor specializing in Radio Frequency (RF) Systems, RF Products, Embedded Systems and Engineering Design Services is actively seeking a talented and highly-motivated Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Assembly Technician with 1-3 years experience in circuit card assembly. Entry level assemblers may be considered.

NuWaves is a fast-growing Military Electronics design engineering and manufacturing company located in Middletown, Ohio – north of Cincinnati and south of Dayton.

Individuals should have knowledge of surface mount and thru-hole assembly. Candidates must possess excellent soldering skills as well as providing exceptional attention to detail in their daily tasks. JST-001 and IPC-610 certifications a plus but not required. Knowledge of manual pick-and-place with miniature components preferred – 0402 and 0603 are typical component footprints.

Individuals must be self-starters, motivated, and be able to work with an integrated product team. The individual will provide high quality assembly of defense electronic assemblies to support military products and projects.

Job responsibilities include:
- Assemble Printed Circuit Boards (PCB)
- Performs Inspection of PCBs
- Maintains Bill of Materials associated with Electronic Assemblies
- Conducts Kit Pulls for Manufacturing Units
- Follows Manufacturing Procedures
- Maintains required Quality Certifications
- Configures and Programs Automated Pick-And-Place Machines

The perfect candidate is able to align themselves with the company’s Mission, Vision, Core Values, and Core Competencies inclusive of, but not limited to, quick tempo, teamwork, respect for others, unparalleled customer satisfaction, patriotism, integrity, and persistence to achieve excellence.

Accelerate your career growth with a challenging, high-tech job for a fast growing Electronics company. Serious candidates will include wage history and wage requirements with their resume. Compensation is commensurate with experience and includes excellent benefits. Please send resumes to: great.careers@nuwaves-ltd.com.

U.S. Citizenship is a requirement.





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