Assembler Spec

Lockheed Martin
Job Type: 
United States

Description:The assembler is responsible for the integration of cables, wire harnesses, fiber optics, and subassemblies into cabinets and/or consoles. These tasks are accomplished according to drawings, blueprints, wire schematics, works standard processes, and the Standard Operating Detail (SOD). The assembler may also receive written/verbal instructions given by the supervisor to perform production tasks.Reports to the operation supervisor on work progress, including any conditions surrounding failure to meet quantity or quality standards.Attends Operating Excellence Team meetings and brings recommendations for continuous improvement.Executes daily functions with key performance metrics in mind: Safety, Quality, Productivity, and Schedule.


Basic Qualifications:• 3-5+ years of electro-mechanical assembler and cabinet integration experience• Ability to work a flex schedule if needed • Experienced with working in an Electro-Static Discharge (ESD) and FOD controlled environment• Must be able to read and interpret multi-level drawings, thorough knowledge of electrical theory and excellent understanding of electrical schematics and associated documentation• IPC 620 cable knowledge is preferred • Able to use torque tools and perform torqueing Use all materials, tools, measuring devices, and equipment necessary to complete jobs such as module assembly, module installation, soldering, component removal replacement, adhesive mixing, application, connector assembly, contact/wire crimping, insertion, extraction, assembly cleaning, and fastener torqueing.operations. • Fills in as built-list (ABL) templates, conducts continuity checks, preps units for customer delivery, and assists with customer and quality inspections.• Experienced with working with hand tools, industrial, and automated equipment• Standing/Sitting: Requires full time standing with limited resting periods and to walk distances. Sit for extended periods if required.• Weight restriction: Able to Lift/push/pull/carry a minimum of 40 lbs. • Body positioning: Able to twist/bend (neck or waist) and stoop. Able to work in awkward positions as required. Able to squat/kneel/crawl/reach as required.Desired Skills:• Technical, vocational and/or related military technical degree in electronics or related discipline is a plus• Must be able to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and work well with other people.• Good written and oral communication skills, have good decision-making ability, be teamwork orientated and work independently as required with minimal supervision• Good intermediate to advanced computer skills with ability to work from electronic work instructions• Ability to quickly learn manufacturing techniques• Must have good manual dexterity• Demonstrated ability to train other employees• Independently performs non-routine and moderately complex assignments. Researches assignments, processes, and analyzes data and may develop recommendations to improve processes.

First posted: 
12/1/2019 12:00:01 PM

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