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Searching for an Electronic Assembler in Alpharetta, GA. The ideal candidate will be responsible for creating wiring harnesses, wire preparation, and general assembly of computers and display monitors. 

This is a 1st shift position from Monday – Friday, 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM.

Full time and temp to hire

$17.00 per hour 

Responsibilities for Electronic Assembler {Wire Harness}

  • Assembling wiring harnesses, populating circuit boards, populating connectors, wire preparation, cabling.
  • Working with hand tools strippers, crimpers, screwdrivers
  • Working from blueprints and schematics 
  • Soldering is a plus but not required   
  • Willingness to provide feedback to management and/or engineering in regard to process, product, or employee improvement.

Requirements for Electronic Assembler {Wire Harness}

  • High School Diploma or GED equivalent
  • experience in electronics manufacturing at the sub-assembly level using industry standard practices including
  • Familiarity with using wire strippers, cutting tools, screwdrivers and nut drivers.
  • Familiarity with electronic wiring conventions
  • Knowledge of basic electronic components {diodes, capacitors, etc.) and their polarity markings, handling and installation
  • Knowledge of wire types, terminals, connectors, mil-connectors, and crimpers.





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