We are looking for a hands-on production cell operator to work in our collaborative manufacturing environment, utilizing state-of-the-art automated electronics assembly equipment at our facility in Corona, CA. The Cell Operator I for assembly of Hydrogen Sulfide sensors and/or sub-assemblies. You will be able to take pride in the fact that the sensors you are assembling supply fire and gas detection products that will save the lives of people and facilities all over the world. If this sounds like a great opportunity, then we want to hear from you! Additional responsibilities include:
Hand solder and resistance weld various precious metals sub-assemblies under a Stereo Zoom Microscope up to 300X magnification.
Operate Dot ping serialization, and OSHA approved Pneumatic cap presses.
Operate optical infrared temperature measuring equipment for setting metal oxide semi-conductor films.
Work with cell lead to maintain stock bins for adequate supplies of subassemblies and parts
Perform testing as required using Automatic Test Equipment (ATE)
Perform visual inspection to determine if parts meet quality standards
Identify assembly problems and make minor repairs
Utilize and refer to drawings, assembly instructions, and specifications to perform assembly operation
Complete and maintain relevant paperwork and input information in computer system
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