Top Electronic Assembler Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Electronic Assembler. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Electronic Assembler resumes they appeared on. For example, 8.5% of Electronic Assembler resumes contained Circuit Boards as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Electronic Assembler actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Electronic Assembler resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Circuit Boards

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Here's how Circuit Boards is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Interpreted electronic drawings/blueprints/schematics to manufacture a variety of wiring harnesses and assembled printed circuit boards for electronic, industrial controls.
  • Performed troubleshooting and quality control inspection of printed circuit boards for removal and replacement of damaged parts.
  • Set up helped program operation for manufacture of circuit computer peripheral circuit boards.
  • Soldered electronic parts to printed circuit boards under the supervision of electrical engineers.
  • Soldered components into Printed Circuit Boards by correct orientation using Soldering iron.
  • Assembled electronic circuit boards and installed components on medical devices.
  • Performed circuit boards under microscope following processes and documentation.
  • Soldered and removed electronic components to printed circuit boards.
  • Operated automated testing equipment on manufactured circuit boards.
  • Tested and verified operation of electronic circuit boards.
  • Installed electronic components onto designed circuit boards.
  • Solder electronic components onto Printed Circuit Boards.
  • Soldered and assembled circuit boards for amplifiers
  • Solder electrical components onto circuit boards.
  • Soldered through-hole and surface mount components to printed circuit boards; Mechanically installed hardware on full line of audio and video products
  • Assemble and test electronic circuit boards, elector-mechanical assemblies with-in ISO guidelines Identify and inspect component parts used in assembly process.
  • Produced products by assembling and soldering components such as switches, resister chips, capacitors and transistors on circuit boards.
  • Utilized procedure standards to assemble circuit boards for highly classified, complex and technical products contracted through the U.S. Government.
  • Handled the testing, repair, and inspection of circuit boards and product for defects, damage, and modifications.
  • Job duties included placing of components on boards, inspection and testing of the circuit boards and also packaging.

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2. Component Level

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Here's how Component Level is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Read and understand electronic schematics, troubleshooting to component level.
  • Worked as a team member responsible for clean room component level assembling, bench testing and repair of Hybrid aerospace parts.
  • Provided component level repair and maintained quality control for all work performed.
  • Have the ability to read blueprint and schematics to component level.
  • Acquired my IPC Certification for component level assembly and inspection.
  • Board and component level diagnosis and rework.
  • Packaged and shipped component level circuit boards.
  • Assembled circuit board from a component level using schematics or blueprints Repaired and modify electronic assemblies as per the requirement.
  • Piece parts installed, hand soldering/desoldering to component level and cable harnessing on sub assembled chassis.
  • Assembled and tested sub-system computers from component level to finished product.
  • Contracted to Oceaneering) Test and troubleshoot sub assemblies and PC boards to component level.

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3. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Assembled and inspected PC connectors following specifications and using hand tools and operating assembly machine.
  • Used variety of hand tools and equipment; responsible for incorporating engineering change notifications.
  • Worked independently using electronics technician hand tools to assemble and manufacture products.
  • Assembled circuit boards using electrical/hand tools according to company technical drawings.
  • Manufactured electronic components using various hand tools and soldering techniques.
  • Assemble plastic and metal equipment using hand tools and drills also in well as solder certain electronic board and wires together.
  • Used PC's, fine hand tools, equipment, chemicals, and detailed planning instructions to perform high quality assemblies.
  • Hand assembly requires the handling of static sensitive devices while using various hand tools, magnification equipment, and soldering irons.
  • Aligned and fastened machine parts such as rollers, guides, brushes and blades to secure roll, using hand tools.
  • Assembled, electrical hardware, and chassis, using a variety of hand tools, input all material into the system.
  • Use various small hand tools such as cleaning brushes, scrapers, precision knives, Crossover and Point Tip tweezers.
  • Wired components and operated various hand tools, including soldering irons, to perform duties required to properly process electronics.
  • Align, fit and assemble component parts using: Hand tools, power tools, fixtures, templates and microscopes.
  • Utilize small hand tools, calibrated instruments, measurement equipment, microscopes, and custom fixtures, tools and assembly aids
  • Operated specialized production machines, hand tools and fixtures such as grinding machine, dielectric tester and laser stamp machine.
  • Rivet guns, hand tools, air tools, electrical wiring (clipping, stripping, crimping).
  • Adjust or replace defective or improperly functioning circuity or electronics components, using hand tools or soldering iron.
  • Used hand tools, computer data, with step-by-step work instructions in place by company policies and procedures.
  • Build complex cable assemblies using a wide variety of crimp and hand tools including automated wire stripping machines.
  • Trained and certified to remove and repair circuit boards using sophisticated hand tools and industry approved rework processes.

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4. PCB

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Here's how PCB is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Constructed engineering prototype boards ahead of schedule and ensured that assembly of PCB adhering to manufacturing standard.
  • Ensured assembly of PCB adhering to manufacturing workmanship standards.
  • Troubleshoot/reworked damaged PCB s, reported/red tagged non-conforming components.
  • Performed Modifications to PCB assemblies including rework.
  • Machine operator, putting PCB's into machine and set up program for machine to put correct parts onto PCB's.
  • Solder Engineering New Design Products, solder between coils and wires on PCBA, Build RVC in house products.
  • Assembled PCB using solder and electronic components which included through hole and surface mount IC's or transistors.
  • Set up and preformed hand assembly operation on PCB's for cell phones, sub-assemblies and assemblies.
  • Performed wave soldering, reworked all printed circuit boards, and tested PCB's using software packages.
  • Performed a hand soldering touch up PCB point to point wiring and ability to view component ID.
  • Stuffed printed Circuit boards (PCB) and soldered by hand, following schematics and detailed instruction.
  • Assemble and test electronic printed circuit boards (PCB's) to the highest IPC certified standards.
  • Positioned, aligned and adjusted work pieces and electrical parts to facilitate wiring and assembly on PCB.
  • Assembled PCB's with different electrical components: capacitors, resistors, relays, and connectors.
  • Perform fabrication and installation of harnesses, PCB's, semi flex cables, and sub-assemblies.
  • Performed a variety of in process inspection on PCB's parts and assemblies for acceptable workmanship.
  • Received training in Surface Mount Assembly, including PCB screening equipment set up and operation.
  • Installed and replace the damaged PCB components, such as Capacitor, resistors, IC.
  • Verified and researched documentation and other problems with PCB's, parts, and assemblies.
  • Performed modifications to PCB's per TMI and ECN instructions from Engineering and Quality Control.

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5. Electronic Assembly

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Here's how Electronic Assembly is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Inserted electronic components on circuit boards utilizing methods such as: hand insertion, soldering techniques, operating assigned electronic assembly.
  • Performed electronic assembly under microscope; Selected to participate in highly-sensitive computerized equipment area performing touch-up and reworking of PC boards.
  • Performed mass electronic assembly of component hardware including final product inspection / quality control before staging for customer.
  • Work independently and follow detailed instruction for electronic assembly including crimping, populating, and testing finished product.
  • Graduated to doing electronic assembly and wire harnessing by following blueprints and specific direction for aerospace products.
  • Performed electrical and electronic assembly operations using various electric and mechanic tools following assembly prints.
  • Performed electronic assembly including circuit board hand assembly (through-hole and surface-mount components).
  • Read schematics for electronic circuit board wire connections and electronic assembly.
  • Advanced in both mechanical and electronic assembly completed to government standards.
  • Completed mechanical and electronic assembly functions on each unit in production.
  • Perform electronic assembly and soldering of internal guitar electronic components.
  • Performed electronic assembly work including board preparation and soldering.
  • Performed electronic assembly of high value classified government projects.
  • Performed complex electronic assembly of miniature hearing aid devices.
  • Performed electronic assembly using power screwdriver and calibrated screwdriver.
  • Handled ECO/Rework changes utilizing extensive knowledge of electronic assembly.
  • Maintained electronic assembly cleaning equipment and ensured serviceability.
  • Performed electronic assembly of circuit boards and transponders.
  • Performed electronic assembly functions for electric units.
  • Surface mount electronic assembly machine operation.

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6. Microscope

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Here's how Microscope is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Performed a variety of highly complex micro assembly operations under a microscope daily.
  • Performed complex soldering work and fixed electronic components on printed circuit boards under microscopes
  • Developed and implemented assembly operations under a microscope and magnifying devices.
  • Performed Micro Soldering comb and cabling attachments using electronic microscope.
  • Perform precision assembly of delicate electronic components under a microscope.
  • Assemble Military components under microscope, military soldering of components.
  • Perform assembly operations under microscope and other magnifying device.
  • Performed assembly operation using microscope and or magnifying glass.
  • Worked with miniature components under microscope instruments.
  • Performed surface mount device soldering under microscope.
  • Used microscopes daily to solder micro-electronic components
  • Assemble electronics components using a microscope.
  • Possess extensive experience with microscope soldering.
  • Performed assembly operations utilizing a microscope.
  • Bond machine operator, microscope operator.
  • Soldered through-hole electronic components using microscope.
  • Performed microscope inspection of critical.
  • Performed assembly operations under microscope.
  • Performed soldering under a microscope.
  • Worked extensively under a microscope.

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7. SMT

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Here's how SMT is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Perform SMT and TH hand soldering of electronic components using defined manufacturing procedures and engineering drawings.
  • Performed routine preventive maintenance on SMT machinery.
  • Performed SMT inspection, Board Population, data entry for MDR's, data entry for rework and component preparation.
  • Solder SMT components, upgrade PCB, Modification PCB Agile User, solder connector wire cables to PCB.
  • Soldered SMT parts, programmed boards, tested the boards, applied serial numbers, kitted parts in bags
  • Hand solder SMT parts on printed circuit board, touch-up, fixed alignment, removed and replace components.
  • Soldered components to a PWB, SMT and T H. per blueprints and schematics and lead free solder.
  • Work with engineers and engineering drawings to build prototype PCBA's and cables, through-hole and SMT.
  • Soldered various components on the circuit board, operated wave soldering machine and also operated SMT machines.
  • Skilled in soldering, touch up of boards from the SMT line meeting quality control standards.
  • Inspect touch-up SMT PC Board, hand solder pot, connector, and PC board mechanically.
  • Soldered SMT electronic components using microscope and hardware assembly processes following ISO and Six Sigma standards.
  • Soldered SMT, QFN, QFP and through hole Electronic components following the BOM and Schematics.
  • Inspect & touch up fully coated SMT boards after they come out of the coating machine.
  • Clean Room experience, color coding, through hole soldering, knowledge of the SMT processes.
  • Hand solder SMT and Through-hole components, remove and replace, fixed alignment, touch-up.
  • Perform hand soldering of SMT and through-hole components in compliance with military and company standard.
  • Hand placement of components, prepping, soldering of through-hole SMT components to PCB.
  • Hand soldered SMT parts to PCB's and wiring assembly work until project completed.
  • Rework & Repair SMT boards using heating gun, heating machine & soldering iron.

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8. Assembly Line

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Here's how Assembly Line is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Work on electronics assembly line, executing assigned tasks assembling a variety of industrial joysticks
  • Warehouse environment in a very fast paced assembly line refurbishing electronic cash box machines.
  • Worked in fast paced assembly line Constructed computer parts with multiple components Quality assurance
  • Provided first-level troubleshooting support in order to resolve minor-to-moderately complex assembly line problems.
  • Complete reports by entering required information while working on assembly lines
  • Work on assembly line following work instructions producing various sensors
  • Followed specification sheet for soldering assembly line.
  • Operated and calibrated robotic assembly line.
  • Packaged magnetic components on assembly line.
  • Manufactured standard boat electronics, Knowledge of four stations assembly line, produced and maintained a low number of defected electronics.
  • Helped assembly lines and shipping/receiving areas clean, proper labeling, sorting, stocking, and packaging all finished products.
  • Installed electronic component on assembly line, post wave touch up, adjust, replaced part to correct defect.
  • Worked assembly line packing batteries and wiring to insure it does not get hurt during the sealing process.
  • Work in assembly line production for soldering computer module, cutting cables, E-Stop assembly, connecting wire.
  • Advanced to the description of Electronic Assembler, assembling radios and cassette doors on an assembly line.
  • Worked on the assembly line doing final assembly and final testing of the Everest system for BMW.
  • Worked on a fast paced assembly line, making several modifications and repairs to printed circuit boards.
  • Assemble wire, inspect, test and package fixtures via an assembly line or work bench process.
  • Established a point of use line side market (stores) for the 747 assembly line.
  • Lead assembly line production through cross-training on assembly, crimping, measuring and final testing.

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9. Wire Harnesses

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Here's how Wire Harnesses is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Will perform assembly/test of complex cable assemblies and wire harnesses, including wiring and soldering of electronic components and elector/mechanical assemblies.
  • Assembled wire harnesses for many types of medical equipment using electrical and mechanical drawings to the customers specifications.
  • Team-based manufacturing of electronic products through analysis of mechanical drawings with a focus on wire harnesses.
  • Fabricate, build, and install control consoles and wire harnesses utilizing engineering drawings, written/verbal instructions and standard shop practices.
  • Terminated wires by soldering ends and leads to match connectors for wire harnesses used in the manufacture of materials moving equipment.
  • Applied knowledge of electronic circuitry and CAD drawings to assemble various wire harnesses and circuits per the provided diagrams and schematics
  • Required modification of circuit boards, making wire harnesses, soldering, and using a variety of hand tools.
  • Routed and installed wire harnesses on aircraft radio racks per computer data, work orders, and blueprints.
  • Performed test wire harnesses, and electrical systems for continuity and proper functioning by following schematics and procedures.
  • Assembled cables, wire harnesses and installed them into the avionics racks for the Navy ES3A program.
  • Work in a manufacturing environment assembling cables, wire harnesses and full-up electronic assemblies and sub-assemblies.
  • Used hand crimping tools, extraction tools, electronic tools and hand tools for wire harnesses.
  • Manufactured and repaired wire harnesses for P-3 Orion Naval aircraft, using engineering blueprints and revisions.
  • Soldered, made wire harnesses, built and packaged products and helped out in surface mount area
  • Assembled circuit boards and wire harnesses into solar units for RVs, boats and homes.
  • Assembled, prepared, soldered and molded various types of wire harnesses and cable assemblies.
  • Attach wire harnesses to circuit boards-Secure loose wires to the bottom of the unit-Test unit
  • Wire and build wire harnesses and test fixtures from a wiring and schematic drawings.
  • Crimped wires; soldered wires to switches; assembled switches; made wire harnesses.
  • Used wire pinning machine, shrink tubing, and blueprints to create wire harnesses.

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10. Mechanical Assembly

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Here's how Mechanical Assembly is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Performed a variety of electronic and mechanical assembly operations.
  • Hand soldering/mechanical assembly and cable harnessing on assembly units.
  • Performed soldering, and mechanical assembly on oscilloscopes.
  • Cable harness assembly along with mechanical assembly.
  • Perform mechanical assembly of Chassis wiring.
  • Performed mechanical assembly, sub-assembly and rework, machine operator, cable assembly, crimping harness build electronic and wires.
  • Stuff the printed circuit boards, touch up, solder, hand surface mount technology, and mechanical assembly.
  • Perform component assembly of circuit boards, wiring harness, connectors, chassis wiring assembly, and mechanical assembly.
  • Perform soldering, assembly of point to point wiring, and mechanical assembly using print and parts list.
  • Performed mechanical assembly of framework used to house complex electrical and electronic devices with hand and power tools.
  • Experienced in wire-wrapping; mechanical assembly of chassis, racks; cable, wire, and harness assemblies.
  • Conducted both electronic and mechanical assembly, including soldering wiring and components on to circuit boards.
  • Performed mechanical assembly and inspect cable, mechanical assembly using microscope to inspections the job.
  • Use rivets, cable harness, bolts and soldering for final mechanical assembly of unit.
  • Job Duties Include: PCB assembly, mechanical assembly, wiring, and testing.
  • Job Duties: Performed a wide variety of electronic or mechanical assembly operations.
  • Test boards, assemble cable wires, and mechanical assembly printer parts.
  • Worked in mechanical assembly area where chassis and sub-assemblies were built.
  • Performed Electrical and Mechanical assembly, wiring, cable harnessing.
  • Perform mechanical assembly when help is needed in that department.

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11. Final Inspection

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Here's how Final Inspection is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Performed general electrical and circuit board assembly, testing, and final inspections of photo printers utilized to produce government identification photos
  • Printed identifications and performed final inspection of all parts.
  • Install sensors, test, and program gas detection units for accuracy, and then cycle units overnight for final Inspection.
  • Conduct final inspections and tests on surgical and medical equipment to ensure quality as well as safety.
  • Performed in-process and final inspection in accordance with ISO 9001 standards and customer specified requirements.
  • Painted and touched up final units before final inspection just prior to packaging and shipment.
  • Assembled cable assemblies and screwed down hardware, switches and brackets for final inspection.
  • Assembled Medical pumps * Scanning Labels/Verify serial numbers * Computer usage * Final Inspection
  • Connected wires, performed final tests, and completed final inspection of product.
  • Load and operate machines to wash boards for final inspection.
  • Cleaned and inspected finished product before final inspection and test.
  • Leak testing is used in final inspection of laser.
  • Completed final inspections and achieved 100% customer satisfaction.
  • Performed test and final inspection of electronic modules.
  • Probe final inspection, set up inking machines.
  • Do final inspection of meter circuited boards.
  • Performed final inspection of label and packing.
  • Performed Hi-Rel final test and final inspection.
  • Test wires for defects before final inspection.
  • Performed final inspection of PC boards.

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12. Assembly Drawings

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Here's how Assembly Drawings is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Produced electronic components by assembling and soldering parts and sub-assemblies per assembly drawings and documentation.
  • Required reading and understanding of assembly drawings.
  • Handled complicated assembly drawings, carried out accurate measurements with the help of different measurement tools and gauging devices.
  • Demonstrated the ability to accurately read and follow blueprints, part lists, assembly drawings and wire diagrams.
  • Assemble cables and harnesses from schematics and assembly drawings using wire cutters, strippers and connector crimping tools.
  • Read and comprehend process documentation including work instructions, bills of materials and assembly drawings.
  • Assemble, wire and calibrate burn-in loads from a wiring list and assembly drawings.
  • Read and interpret Assembly drawings and schematics; Assemble ice machines and wine coolers.
  • Worked from assembly drawings, wire connection and parts lists within required specifications.
  • Followed ESD procedures, assembly drawings, written instructions and material requirements.
  • Work from assembly drawings and written instructions.
  • Read assembly drawings and instruction for assembly.
  • Fast paced productionWiring up electric for CompresserRead wiring diagrams and assembly drawings (blue prints)Great with hand tools
  • Read and followed blueprints, assembly drawings and schematics to determined material requirements and assembly instructions .
  • followed schematics assembly drawings and technical prints in assembly process.Connected and soldered electrical components, cables and wires per project requirements.

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13. Wave Solder

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Here's how Wave Solder is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Perform NASA qualification soldering and wave soldering according to engineer assistance and instruction.
  • Solder thermally sensitive components on circuit boards after wave solder operation completed.
  • Wave soldering operator, Kiss-103 precision soldering operator.
  • Inspected boards for wrong, components misaligned and missing components, after they were run through a wave solder machine.
  • Applied sealer and masking compound to selected parts of board to protect parts from effects of wave solder process.
  • Developed skills in part recognition, wave soldering, and comprehension of schematics, drawings and parts lists.
  • Prepared electronic components and loaded before completing wave soldering and ensured that all work was QA/QC tested.
  • Experience in wave soldering is a plus, but the company do almost all normal soldering process.
  • Certified in the operation of automated wave soldering equipment, using lead and lead free solder.
  • Read and interpreted work orders, reports and process sheets Performed wave soldering Calibrated equipment.
  • Assembled printed circuit cards with electronic components while sending them through the wave soldering station.
  • Verify the proper placement of parts in preparation for processing by wave solder machine operators.
  • Operated Wave solder machine that automatically soldered the leads of components underneath printed circuit boards.
  • Operate automated and semi automated placement, surface mount and through-hole wave solder production line.
  • Operated wave solder machine, performed some pass/fail testing, performed some shipping duties.
  • Prepped parts and stuffed PWB's with PTH components before going to wave solder.
  • Hand and wave solder circuit boards, assembled harnesses, inspect and sort parts.
  • Inspect circuit boards for bridges, gaps, and missing components after wave soldering.
  • Operated soldering iron, wave solder machine, presses, and CNC router.
  • Assembled printed circuit boards with surface-mount, through hole and wave soldering.

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14. Thru-Hole

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Here's how Thru-Hole is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Reworked and Repaired Thru-Hole and Surface Mount Technology.
  • Assembled and wired cable harnesses from point to point lists Assembled and Soldered Thru-Hole and Surface Mount Technology according to drawings.
  • Read blueprints, schematics, color codes for component identifications assembled thru-hole and surface mount parts.
  • Full operational knowledge of assembly layout from Thru-Hole to Final assembly of contract and consigment assemblies.
  • Solder Thru-hole, surface-mount and wires to class 3 to specification per J-STD 001.
  • Possess a strong knowledge of all components including Thru-hole and Surface Mount.
  • Performed soldering on thru-hole, surface mount, Performing rework on products.
  • Soldered thru-hole parts on the printed circuit board.
  • Hand soldered thru-hole and surface mount panels.
  • Experience with surface mount/thru-hole assembly Inspected finished circuit boards, knowledge of various electronic components
  • JOB SUMMARY: Surface mount and thru-hole soldering of IC's onto circuit boards.
  • Assembled pc board components, wave and thru-hole soldering, torqued pieces
  • Solder Thru-hole & Solder Surface Mount Honeyweel Product.
  • Assembled and repaired thru-hole and surface mount printed circuit boards Knowledge of electronic component values and color codes Shipping and receiving duties
  • Surface mount manual soldering Prep all electronic parts and components for thru-hole assembly.
  • Performed assembly of electronic sensors Slide-line PC board stuffing Thru-hole soldering on PC boards

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15. Install Components

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Here's how Install Components is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Light guide machine operator: set up various programs to follow procedures to install components on PC boards.
  • Install components on printed circuit boards while performing quality assurance testing on component.
  • Worked with technicians to install components on multiple aircraft and engineers to solve design problems on prototype aircraft systems.
  • Used layout prints to install components on the panels, and used point-to-point prints for wiring.
  • Assemble industrial AC units install components and wire them up using blueprints provided
  • Install components in junction boxes and mount on finished units.

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16. Ipc-A-610

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Here's how Ipc-A-610 is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Utilize MS Word, Excel, and various development software applications.IPC-A-610D Class III Training.
  • Work with Drawings, Specifications, SOP's and WI including Standard IPC-A-610
  • Assembled in accordance with IPC-A-610C, industry & government workmanship standards.
  • Inspected soldering repair and rework under IPC-A-610B standards with two certifications.
  • Performed inspection per IPC-A-610 standards and other joint industry documents.
  • Perform electronic soldering to IPC-A-610 Standard.
  • Certified IPC-A-610D Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies.
  • Course for Circuit Card Assemblers IAW J-STD-001D, and IPC-A-610D.
  • Acquired IPC-A-610, J-STD-001, IPC/WHMA-A-620, and IPC-7711/IPC-7722 Rework and Repair certification.
  • Surface Mount Conformal Coating Assembly Testing IPC-A-610 Certified

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17. ESD

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Here's how ESD is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Worked with blueprints and wiring diagrams and became certified for soldering, ESD, and wire wrap.
  • Received many types of training and skills, from ESD, J-STD 001, to Hazardous Materials.
  • Checked, tested, serialized, and packed boards under ESD procedures and control.
  • Follow ESD guidelines and Kan Ban while working in and around electronics.
  • Required to wear ESD wrist strap, worked in temperature controlled area.
  • Installed Boards in an ESD environment using ESD Shoes and Ground Straps.
  • Company representative for Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) awareness and training.
  • Followed all established ESD, safety, ergonomic and security policies.
  • Used ESD Equipment to reduce risk of failure of components.
  • Qualify Company certify on ESD (Electric Static Distortion).
  • Received ESD training and IPCA610 Acceptability of Electronics Assemblies Certification.
  • Certified in Crimping, Tinting, and ESD.
  • Worked in Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) environment.
  • Solder per IPC620 as well as ESD certified.
  • Color code training, ESD awareness trained.
  • Trained to work in ESD environment.
  • Handled ESD sensitive materials and equipment.
  • Inventory Control with emphasis on just in time practices ESD Coordinator
  • Practiced ESD prevention Company certified for soldering Solder regulators to PC boards
  • Trained in OSHA and ESD Electro Static Device, safety processes working with cyanides and acids.

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18. Electronic Systems

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Here's how Electronic Systems is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Assemble electrical or electronic systems.
  • Assemble electrical and electronic systems.
  • Assemble electronic systems and support structures, install components and units and complete wiring for road marking controllers.
  • Assemble electrical or electronic systems, install components, sub assemblies, wiring, and soldering.
  • Assemble electrical or electronic systems and support structures for diesel sensors and thermal imagining.
  • manufacture electronic systems within quality standard.
  • Assembled electrical or electronic systems & support structures & installed components, units, subassemblies, wiring, & assembly casings.
  • Inspected electronic systems, assemblies, componets and parts for conformance to specifications.
  • Assembled electronic systems and support structures Installed components, units, subassemblies, and wiring using bolts
  • FULL TIME) Install and assemble of electronic systems based on technical specifications Repair and maintain electronic systems as needed.

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19. Component Parts

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Here's how Component Parts is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Disassemble, partially or completely, slot machines and/or various assemblies or component parts for all products.
  • Read blueprints and specifications to determine component parts and assembly of sequence of units.
  • Adjust, repair, or replace electronic component parts to correct defective units.
  • Tend machines that press, shape, and wind component parts.
  • Operated machines used to press, shape and component parts.
  • Perform final visual inspection to insure component parts match.
  • Inspected and repaired electronic component parts to replace defects.
  • Tend machines which press or shape component parts.
  • Assembled component parts for radio amplifier.
  • Soldered component parts onto PC Boards.
  • Repaired and replaced electronic component parts to correct defects/irregularities to ensureconformance to specifications.
  • Prepped component parts, hand soldering, component insertion, inspection, testing and packed electronic pc boards.
  • Assemble component parts and subassemblies using microscope, hand and power tools.
  • Coordinated the flow of electronic component parts, subassemblies, orfinished products.
  • Conducted the "performing" of component parts for the boards.
  • General assembly of circuit boardsIdentify component parts, values and codesOperate solder flow machinePrint reading and wire assembly

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20. Troubleshoot

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Here's how Troubleshoot is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Provided essential support to assembly team during work order bottleneck by assembling, repairing, and troubleshooting electronics in helicopter cockpits.
  • Implemented troubleshooting techniques for switches/routers that were unable to pass system functionality or hi-potential tests.
  • Diagnose and troubleshoot malfunctions in electrical components, including solid state and transistorized subsystems.
  • Repaired and maintained the electronics equipment, troubleshooting the equipment and read schematics
  • Specialized in troubleshooting counting systems and diagnosing complex customer issues.
  • Performed troubleshooting to detect malfunctioning equipment and replaced defective components.
  • Test for audio/video/keyboard/mouse functions; troubleshooting to confirm possible failures.
  • Assisted top computer engineers in troubleshooting complex mechanical problems.
  • Perform soldering, in-circuit testing/troubleshooting of Printed Circuit Boards.
  • Analyzed and troubleshoot defective units returned by customer.
  • Removed defective chips to expedite testing and troubleshooting.
  • Conducted troubleshooting and technical support for corporate users.
  • Conducted troubleshooting procedures of faulty components and panels.
  • Maintained, troubleshooting, and calibrated electronic equipment.
  • Worked closely with engineers to troubleshooting defects.
  • Troubleshooted and repaired faulty units for customers.
  • Provided troubleshooting support for engineering.
  • Modified cellar equipment, troubleshooting R-SAT 15, TDMA amplifiers and also changed voltage 120V to 250V for unit if needed.
  • Experience in kitting, in process inspection, Final inspection, Troubleshooting and repair of cables to IPC/WHMA-A-620 or DOD standards.
  • Worked closely with design, manufacturing, and test engineers to troubleshoot, implement and improve manufacturing processes and designs.

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21. Verbal Instructions

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Here's how Verbal Instructions is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Perform assembly operations according to written work instructions or verbal instructions.
  • Wired and reconfigured electronic assemblies per written and verbal instructions
  • Received verbal instructions regarding work assignments.
  • Read work orders, followed production drawings and sample assemblies, or verbal instructions regarding how to assemble hard drives.
  • Work from bills of materials, wiring lists, process sheets, verbal instructions, and established procedures.
  • Soldered complex printed wiring assemblies per written and verbal instructions, with few, or no, rejections.
  • Read worksheets and wiring diagrams, received verbal instructions and followed sample board to determine assembly duties.
  • Read blueprints, wiring diagrams, assembly schematic drawings, and received verbal instructions regarding work assignment.
  • Review work orders, follow production drawings and sample assemblies, or verbal instructions regarding duties.
  • Worked from written and verbal instructions, schematics, wire list, samples and visual aids.
  • Hand load PWB's, able to work from written and verbal instructions and drawings.
  • Performed all work to specifications using schematics / illustrations, written or verbal instructions.
  • Interpreted blueprints, drawings, written and verbal instructions to set up jobs.
  • Worked from drawing, visual aids, and written and verbal instructions.
  • Worked from manufacturing written processes, assembly prints, or verbal instructions.
  • Read work orders, follow production drawing or receive verbal instructions.
  • Follow detailed written and verbal instructions with high quality standards.
  • Constructed antennas using drawings, building instructions and verbal instructions.
  • Work to blueprints, parts lists and verbal instructions.
  • Read operation sheets and assembled products via verbal instructions.

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22. Support Structures

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Here's how Support Structures is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Installed assembly casings, inspected and tested wiring installations and assembled electrical systems and support structures.
  • Assembled systems and support structures, following specifications, using hand and power tools.
  • Assemble electrical, support structures and install components to game units.
  • Assemble electrical components, and support structures, Install electrical components.
  • Assembled electrical systems and support structures.

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23. Clean Room Environment

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Here's how Clean Room Environment is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Assembled computer chip wafer manufacturing machine in clean room environment.
  • Worked inside clean room environment and assembled the eye of missiles under a microscope.
  • Worked in a clean room environment and prepped catheter components to microscopic level.
  • Manufactured micro electric assemblies in high volume class 10,000 clean room environment.
  • Worked on latest DOD 2000 and HI-REL specifications in clean room environments.
  • Experience in transformer wiring and final assembles in clean room environment.
  • Mounted and created splices in a clean room environment.
  • 11967Worked in a clean room environment Soldering small components under ahigh power microscope according to Mil-Spec standards.
  • Work clean room environment Assemble medical parts together (Balloons, catheters) Use microscope
  • Solder micro sensors in a clean room environment.Touch-uponPCB'SRework on new boards coming in from the outsideRework boards from the Test Department

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24. Resistance Factors

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Here's how Resistance Factors is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Inspect and test wiring installations, assemblies, and circuits for resistance factors and for operation; record and file results.
  • Inspected circuits for resistance factors and operations.

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25. Schematic Drawings

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Here's how Schematic Drawings is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Repaired or replaced electronic components using schematic drawings and diagrams.
  • Read schematic drawings, wire lists and work instructions to determine materials needed for a variety of assemblies/products.
  • Read and interpreted schematic drawings, diagrams, specifications, work orders, reports, process sheets.
  • Read and interpreted schematic drawings, diagrams, blueprints, specifications and work orders.
  • Read manufacturing documents such as blueprints, process sheets, and schematic drawings.
  • Assembled ground, jumpers and wires on panel by schematic drawings.
  • Proof read schematic drawings and performed same readings on PC boards.
  • Assembled wiring harnesses following operation sheets, blueprints and schematic drawings.
  • Read and interpreted schematic drawings, diagrams, specifications.
  • Read and worked from electronic schematic drawings.
  • Solded & Assembled components according to blueprints and schematic drawings.
  • Assigned daily duties Oversaw production Floor Assembled drives per schematic drawings

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26. Electronic Test Equipment

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Here's how Electronic Test Equipment is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Perform visual inspection using magnifying devices and electronic test equipment to ensure part meets production specification and standards.
  • Used a variety of electronic test equipment to check for electronic integrity of component and finished products.
  • Utilized schematic diagrams, production documentation, soldering equipment and, electronic test equipment to assemble boards.
  • Performed calibrations on electronic test equipments used in production.
  • Operated PST testers, RF-CAL machines, and electronic test equipments.
  • Assenbled electronic circut boards and other sub assemblies for electronic test equipment.

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27. Electronic Devices

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Here's how Electronic Devices is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Job responsibilities involved various tasks related to the assembly of electronic components including soldering for electronic devices previous to promotion.
  • Assembled and built electronic devices for military and commercial applications.
  • Fabricated and assembled, computers and electronic devices.
  • Assembled mechanical parts for electrical and electronic devices.
  • Assemble electronic devices to exact specifications.
  • Assembled electronic devices for computers.
  • Perform manual assembly during the small-scale production of electronic devices used in avionic systems, military systems, and medical equipment.
  • Assemble electronic devices, components, and fabricated parts at floor stations, using hand and power tools.
  • Completed assembly, re-work & wiring of small electronic devices * Kept a detailed order of work completed
  • Worked in putting electronic devices together for this company, Helping out in other areas as needed.
  • Build, inspect, test, record and solder/wave multiple circuit boards for several electronic devices.
  • Assembled electronic parts for traffic signals, electronic devices, soldering wires using various equipment.
  • Assemble electronic devices by following blueprints to specifications, using hand tools.
  • Cleaned, inspected and installed blister cards for keyboards in electronic devices.
  • Perform manual assembly during the small-scale production of electronic devices.
  • Test and Repair: Dissembling and Assembling of electronic devices.
  • Assemble cables and electronic devices following specific instructions and diagrams.
  • Assembled various electronic devices and tested them for proper performance.
  • Assemble electronic devices by through-hole and surface mount procedures.
  • Assembled horns and electronic devices as per assembly instructions.

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28. Assembly Casings

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Here's how Assembly Casings is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Installed components into units and assembly casings using rivets and soldering equipment.
  • Installed components, wiring, assembly casings.
  • Installed components, units, subassemblies, wiring, and assembly casings using rivets, bolts, soldering and micro-welding equipment.
  • Installed components, subassemblies, wiring and assembly casings Inspected and tested wiring installations.
  • Installed components, units, subassemblies, wiring and assembly casings.
  • Assembled electrical systems and installed components and assembly casings.

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29. Assembly Instructions

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Here's how Assembly Instructions is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Follow detailed assembly instructions and procedures.
  • Interpret and work with wire lists, schematic diagrams, and process sheets to determine material requirements and assembly instructions.
  • Follow assembly instructions (AI) and support all direction given by lead/supervisor to support production.
  • Required to follow assembly instructions, parts listing, and bill of materials from manufacturing engineer.
  • Review and follow assembly instructions, engineer drawings, diagrams, assembly layouts and sketches.
  • Read drawings and assembly instructions to determine proper sequences of component builds.
  • Maintained and initiated product assembly instructions, policy, & procedure changes.
  • Used Windows XP desktop to pull up device assembly instructions.
  • Experience in creating written assembly instructions from reading blue prints.
  • Interpret assembly instructions on drawings and work routers.
  • Assemble wire harness assemblies according to Assembly Instructions.
  • Read assembly instructions and specification to determine the requirements to fulfill work order Assemble units.
  • Hand wound and machined wound transformers and inductors from assembly instructions.

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30. ISO

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Here's how ISO is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Provided assistance and support to the supervisor regarding workforce scheduling and utilization, as well as project/work prioritization functions.
  • Promoted from Electronic Solderer/Assembler to Office Assistant, to Materials Supervisor based on excellent work performance.
  • Discussed methods of resolving recurring production problems with workers and supervisors, utilizing knowledge of assembly process
  • Provided feedback defect findings to line leader and/or supervisor for process corrective actions and/or improvements.
  • Communicated with supervisors and engineers any issued related to assembling of Control Systems.
  • Communicate and interact with supervisory staff to answer questions regarding specific work orders.
  • Repaired defective printed circuit board assemblies, using soldering and disordering equipment.
  • Prepared operational reports and provide information to supervisors.
  • Execute sequential assembly per supervisor's instructions.
  • Report malfunctions to supervisors for immediate attention.
  • Reviewed work activities with supervisors.
  • Reported quality findings with supervisor.
  • Perform visual inspections of components, sub-assemblies and end products to ensure quality according to ISO, 9001 and FDA standards.
  • Worked on the Caution Advisory Panel for the Army and their Black Hawk Helicopters, performing op test and Final ATP.
  • Assemble communications equipment for land, air, sea, and space based communication systems in an ISO 9001:2000 environment.
  • Read build instructions, drawings and schematics to assemble and wire customer products in accordance with ISO and customer standards.
  • Talked to Supervisors, Planners, and Process Engineers to set daily priorities and to develop work processes for new products
  • Hired as a component locator operator and advanced after one month to electronic assembler in an ISO 9000 environment.
  • Worked with a team consisting of supervisors and co-workers to reduce customer complaints and increase quantity and product quality.
  • Examined and inspected stock items for deficiencies, reporting damage to supervisor, and return items to vendor.

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31. Ensure Conformance

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Here's how Ensure Conformance is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Excelled in interpreting detailed blueprints and inspecting completed components to ensure conformance to specifications.
  • Inspected completed results to ensure conformance using precision measuring equipment.
  • Adjusted, repaired, or replaced electrical or electronic component parts to correct defects and to ensure conformance to specification.
  • Examined, measured, weighed and tested sample product to ensure conformance to specifications.
  • Adjust, repair, or replace electrical lead wires to ensure conformance to specifications.
  • Verify dimensions and clearances of parts to ensure conformance to specifications.
  • Test product to ensure conformance to specifications and for functional performance.
  • Inspected and tested assembled PC boards to ensure conformance to standards.
  • Test products to ensure conformance to specifications.
  • Adjust, repair, replace component parts to correct defects and ensure conformance to specs.
  • Inspected unitsto detect malfuntions and adjusted,repaired and replaced component parts to ensure conformance to specifications.

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32. Assembly Procedures

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Here's how Assembly Procedures is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Utilized assembly procedures and engineering drawings to assemble and prep highly complex ion implantation equipment.
  • Assisted manufacturing engineers in creating assembly procedures for new products.
  • Trained personnel regarding proven assembly procedures and techniques.
  • Trained new workers on assembly procedures
  • Instructed customers in installation, repair, and maintenance of products and explained assembly procedures and techniques to workers.
  • Followed the assembly procedures, parts layouts, or other documentation in accurately assembling items.
  • Explain assembly procedures or techniques to other workers, work in a cell/group with others.
  • Explain assembly procedures to other workers, inspect, and test wiring installation pack.
  • Perform daily tasks from assembly documentation, assembly procedures, and production tests.
  • Train and explain assembly procedures and techniques to other workers or new employees.
  • Updated blue prints, Bill of Materials, and wrote assembly procedures.
  • Have worked closely with engineering staff to provide feedback on assembly procedures.
  • Qualified to train new trainees and explain assembly procedures or techniques.
  • Followed safety and ISO procedures, also wrote assembly procedures.
  • Trained assembly procedures or techniques to other staff workers.
  • Explained assembly procedures and techniques to other co-workers 4.
  • Instructed and explained assembly procedures and techniques to workers.
  • Trained service engineers and other employees about assembly procedures.
  • Trained new hires on assembly procedures and techniques.
  • Explained assembly procedures or techniques to peers.

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33. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Assemble kits into finished goods per customer drawings and specifications, wire components per instructions, data entry
  • Document control and data entry using Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, SAP, FoxPro
  • Used data entry to input all job orders and shipments.
  • Assisted in quality assurance and light data entry.
  • Scanned and traced mother boards entered data entry.
  • Executed daily operations of data entry into SAP.
  • Repaired phones, soldered and performed data entry.
  • Performed Data entry when needed.
  • Used electronic data entry for incoming, outgoing and in- process inspection procedures.
  • board Hand solders iron Keep running production line and data entry

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34. QC

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Here's how QC is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Manufactured electronic parts from specifications on blueprints, inspected electronic parts in QC department.
  • Worked under immediate supervision Inspected finished product with approval from QC or Supervisor before sending to next phase
  • Performed board QC tasks; tested components with high and low temperatures
  • Applied connectors and labels, tied wires and took to QC.
  • Inspect HMP solder connections in assembled tools as a QC Inspector.
  • Wired, tested, packaged and QC boards and units.
  • Performed final test and QC of products.
  • Rework, preparation and in-process QC inspection.
  • Created QC reports for Factory Mutual.
  • Touch up and rework, QC board.
  • Use of ECO drawings /Blueprints/Schematics Work was Superior allowing me to post for QC job and making advancement inside of company.
  • Complied with TQC (Quality Policy) Achieved iPromise delivery.
  • Surface Mount Technology Soldering Testing QC and promoted to production assistant
  • Solder circuit boards Assembling parts together Inspect and test units for QC Final packaging of units for shipping.
  • Light Clerical and Filing Positions QC and Inventory Control PC Board Assembly Prepping PC Board Components Through - Hole Soldering Harness Assembly

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35. Materials Requirements

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Here's how Materials Requirements is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Read work orders to determine materials requirements or assembly instructions.
  • Determined materials requirements.Recognized parts and polarity by visual inspection.
  • Read and interpreted diagrams, blueprints, specifications, work orders and reports to determine materials requirements and assembly instructions.

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36. Small Parts

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Here's how Small Parts is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Build, repair and test interlock devices; solder resistors, IC chips and other small parts to the circuit boards
  • Work with very small and fragile parts, handle small parts with tweezers and work under a microscope.
  • Worked in production support line with small parts, hand tools, such as tweezers and forceps.
  • Assemble small parts to build vehicle and commercial controls - Operate rivet machine - Line production
  • General machining of small parts including use of mills, lathes and grinders.
  • Build and check small parts are correctly assembled to pass to our co-worker.
  • Worked with blue prints, soldered, and assembled small parts.
  • Assemble small parts by following simple patterns/diagrams to mass-produce different components.
  • Rework, touch up, hand solder small parts using microscope.
  • Assembled small parts using hand and power tools through wiring.
  • Drilled chassis to assemble small parts from a diagram.
  • Assembled and disassembled units, working with small parts.
  • Work with small parts and/or work under microscope.
  • Line assembly, preparing of small parts.
  • Hand mount small parts with tweezers.microscope and epoxy.using die mount machine mount with solder microscopic laser chips onto sub Assembly.
  • Assemble small parts and position, align and fasten units to subassemblies, using tools and microscopes.
  • Inspected small parts, built war-head cables.
  • Assembled aerospace electronic partsQuality checks and inspects assembled small partsUpdated computer based assignment logs after order completion
  • Hand assembly of small parts, for printed circuit boards on electronic scales.

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37. Electronic Products

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Here's how Electronic Products is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Performed all operations related to the production of electronic products including preparing and installing components into printed circuit boards.
  • Delivered functional and high-quality assembled electronic products to various departments for quality control
  • Delivered functional and high quality assembled electronic products on time.
  • Read manufacturing outlines and schematics for electronic products.
  • Tested all completed electronic products and sub-assemblies.
  • Delivered functional and high-quality assembled electronic products.
  • Assembled, inspected, tested and packed electronic products.following blueprints, layouts, and bills of material.
  • Assist with the packing and labeling of completed electronic products and components for shipping and distribution.
  • Organized parts using a pick list and placed various part numbers on all electronic products.
  • Assembled electronic products, soldered small part of electronic products on product line;.
  • Work in line to build several types of electronic products.
  • Assembled, tested, and packaged consumer electronic products.
  • Inspected incoming cables, electronic products.
  • Visually-inspected cleaned assemblies for blemishes.Electronics Assembler:Assembled and processed state-of-the art power electronic products in a clean, modern facility.
  • Maintained full and accurate test reports and various paperwork as required Delivered functional and high-quality assembled electronic products.
  • Assembled complex electro-mechanical and electronic products following strict guidelines and procedures.
  • Conduct quality testing on electronic products for complianceas well as train new employees on procedures
  • Allied Personnel Services Allentown, PA Assembled and packaged electronic products for customers.
  • assemble, test and repair various electronic products
  • Produced electronic products on assembly line Tested circuit boards and components Packed and shipped electronic systems

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38. Sub Assemblies

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Here's how Sub Assemblies is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Light assembly of electronic sub assemblies using wiring diagrams and other appropriate documentation.
  • Perform wire harness and component build up for sub assemblies per customer schematics, work orders, PMs and drawings.
  • Assembled parts or units, positioned, aligned, and fastened units to assemblies, sub assemblies or frames.
  • Assembled mechanical units from blue prints, using hand and air tools, assembled sub assemblies, operated fabrication machines
  • Performed any combination of following tasks to assemble electronic components, sub assemblies, products, or systems.
  • Assembled circuit boards, cable assemblies, chassis and various other sub assemblies in clean room setting.
  • Perform assembly and rework operations on receiver units and sub assemblies for technician and supervisor.
  • Reviewed assembly prints and schematics for correct amount of parts required to assemble sub assemblies.
  • Performed micro-assembly of laser hair removal systems, including multiple sub assemblies.
  • Assemble electronic components, sub assemblies, products, or systems.
  • Performed sub assemblies for laptop computers and various products.
  • Combine components and/or sub assemblies into final assemblies.
  • Crimped, pinned and soldered sub assemblies.
  • Wired and tested electrical sub assemblies.
  • Prepped parts, built sub assemblies.
  • Assembled sub assemblies and circuit boards.
  • Assembled major sub assemblies using applicable wiring diagrams Repaired sub assemblies on as needed basis Soldered to IPC-610 standards
  • Assembled all modules, cables assemblies, and sub assemblies for the production of precision metrology equipment.
  • Verify components used to build sub assemblies per work order, reference designator, and drawings.
  • Inventory , sub assemblies and testing of product.

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39. Different Types

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Here's how Different Types is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Potted battery packs with the use of epoxy resin of different types to insure battery is safe and secure.
  • Assemble different types of wires/cables, and remember each different type of cable for different contacts.
  • Assemble different types of electronic locks for refrigerators, freezers, and warmers.
  • Operate different types of testing machines such as ICT and FUNCTIONAL.
  • Performed assembly of different types of circuit boards for 1040 computer.
  • Rework on different types of IC components and resistor components.
  • Worked with all different types of AWG sizes.
  • Assembled many different types of electronics Soldering gun experience Microchip programming Maintained computers and network
  • Assembled, inspected, repaired and installed components onto an electrical circuit board for several different types of Mobile Radios.
  • Assemble different types of 9-15 pin M/F connectors by inserting ferrites and to add a blue sealed hard coating.
  • Operate coater machine that Utilized different types of Adhesive for the making of circuit boards.
  • Handle several different types of parts ranging from very small to large.
  • Use many different types of hand and power tools and wiring diagrams.
  • Assembled and tested several different types of medical injection systems.
  • Used different types of crimp tools Molex, Amp.
  • Operated many different types of hand crimping tools.

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40. Hole Components

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Here's how Hole Components is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Executed chassis harness assembly and rework, circuit card assembly, and touch-up soldering for surface mount and through-hole components.
  • Touch up coating, bond heat sinks, removal of surface mounted and through-hole components.
  • Hand soldering: specializing in surface mount, through-hole components, cables and wires.
  • Experience soldering surface mount and through-hole components to IPC-A-610 or DOD standards.
  • Hand solder surface mount and through hole components - IPC-A-610 & J-STD-001 Certifications
  • Replace and solder through hole components on circuit boards as directed.
  • Perform manual placement and hand solder through hole components per specifications.
  • Stuffed Through Hole components on printed Circuit Boards for power supplies.
  • Soldered and de soldered surface mount and through hole components.
  • Assembled through-hole components onto PC Boards and final inspection.
  • Completed soldering through hole components on PC boards.
  • Hand solder surface mount and through-hole components.
  • Experience working with through-hole components.
  • Populated by hand through-hole components.
  • Used microscopes to inspect and touch up small surface mount and thru hole components on printed circuit boards.
  • Assembled assigned components to circuit boards (led and led free) Solder through-hole components.
  • Soldered wires, and through hole components as well as did shipping of finished boards.
  • Assembled thru hole components to printed circuit boards to build diabetic pumps for customers.
  • Hand soldering of surface mount and thru-hole components to printed circuit boards.
  • Circuit Board soldering of S.M.T and through hole components.

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41. BOM

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Here's how BOM is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Wire stripping/wire-crimping/splicing/assemble and disassemble units followed by BOM instructions.
  • Build initiators used in explosives for the Military, Law Enforcement, FBI, and Bomb Squad.
  • Followed assembly drawings, instructions, and BOM's to set up and complete my assembly process.
  • Work to standard procedures, BOM's, AI's Mechanical/Assembly & Wiring Diagram Drawings.
  • Supervised setup of jobs from Bills Of Material (BOM) and pick lists.
  • Collaborated with group leader and engineering to improve procedures, blue prints and BOM.
  • Reviewed BOM, legend and electrical drawings for system configuration and options.
  • Help create the BOM and other documentation before transfer to manufacturing.
  • Recognized for outstanding job on bomb detectors for early completion.
  • Read and interpreted BOM charts, process sheets.
  • Assembled bomb fuses for military use.
  • Worked with wiring diagrams, blue prints and bill of martial (BOM).
  • Read BOM Process sheet and parts list.
  • Implemented ECO's blueprints and BOM's.
  • Read BOM (Bill of Material).
  • Trained new employees on mechanical assemblies and set up new jobs by use of p/l and bom.
  • Review manufacturing kit against BOM and work order to confirm material and and ensure proper revision levels.
  • Processed optic assemblies per drawing specs, blue prints and BOM.
  • Performed bench-testing projects along with BOMs to ensure quality control.
  • Verify accuracy of components issued to work orders/BOMs.

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42. Quality Standards

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Here's how Quality Standards is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Assisted Engineering in developing procedures to maintain quality standards and improve production process.
  • Create soldered connections to applicable quality standards.
  • Received bonuses for meeting/exceeding production goals/quality standards.
  • Maintained Quality standards and objectives.
  • Perform visual inspections on manufactured items for cosmetics, workmanship, soldering, conformance to drawings, and quality standards
  • Handled orders for the line, ensured employees' understanding of daily procedures and maintained quality standards.
  • Evaluated various types of assembled parts for proper working order and adherence to quality standards.
  • Worked with sub-assembly and unit assembly and ensures that quality standards are met.
  • Lead: assisting supervisor in ensuring that productivity and quality standards are met.
  • Achieved the quality standards while maintaining schedules on a monthly basis.
  • Provided quality soldering and parts that met or exceeded quality standards.
  • Surpassed quality standards by meeting deadlines with speed and accuracy.
  • Tested radios to ensure high quality standards and specifications.
  • Perform the procedures and meet production quality standards.
  • Performed testing to insure products met quality standards.
  • Worked directly with suppliers to ensure quality standards.
  • Received solder certification through Ametek's quality standards.
  • Assemble electronic equipment Maintain quality standards Coordinated with an assembly teams.
  • Assembled ,soldered , screened and repaired printed circuit boards Tested printed circuit boards to quality standards

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43. QA

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Here's how QA is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Address defective-component concerns and ensure the alignment of collaborative efforts on the production floor by maintaining close communications with QA personnel.
  • Labeled and assigned numbers for identification then Quality Inspected (QA) and shipped to company's warehouse for storage
  • Assemble medical device, clean room certified, QA inspection, prototype, sterile packaging and sealing.
  • Review operations and confer with Engineering, QA, Buyers, resolving production or processing problems.
  • Used Oracle, SFW and TipQA to track labor, scrap and assembly defects.
  • Interpreted engineer's drawings and performed QA inspections prior to shipping.
  • Performed QA inspections on all products prior to starting new assignments.
  • Performed QA inspections, tested, and packaged finished product.
  • Record non-conforming conditions and data as required or QA Data.
  • Reworked and touched up RMA's from tech/QA group.
  • Worked with engineers, technicians, QA and specialists.
  • Performed QA level work on electrical equipment.
  • Provide QA inspection on finished products.
  • Be able to do QA, QC.
  • Put together and soldered boards per specs * Ran flow thru oven for electronic boards and did QA.
  • Performed QA/QC task for excellent product.
  • Build cables for the military .Solder components onto the cables where needed .Inspect cables when finished and pass it to QA
  • Slide line Soldering Touch-up Rework Eco QA Wiring for surface mounts and through holes on pc boards
  • press Operator,sonic welding,solder crimp,assemble safty switchs,Test,Label,QA,

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44. Final Product

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Here's how Final Product is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Retrieved design models from categorization department and interpreted design drawings to produce final product from drawings and archives.
  • Test Final Products and Conduct Scientific Research in a Fast-Paced Highly Scientific Establishment
  • Install all sub-assemblies together to make the final product, often working on a time constraint.
  • Cable and Harness Assembler, Soldering, Crimping, Test the final products.
  • Assembled connector, tinning, and soldering - Verified and inspected the final product
  • Produced and make ready electrical components to pass down line for final product.
  • Performed final product's inspection, and trained new employees and coworkers.
  • Assembled sub components into a final product, position and aligns parts.
  • Tested different parts of the final product before assembly began.
  • Created computer chips from raw material to final product.
  • Used various tools while Assemble sub components into final product
  • Performed testing and quality assurance for the final product.
  • Inspected the final product for imperfections and malfunctions.
  • Date code and test final product for shipping.
  • Performed audits and did inspections on final products.
  • Packaged final products to ship to customers.
  • Perform quality checks on final product.
  • Oversee quality in final product.
  • used Cutter & Chemical machines* Worked with final production* Hand Soldering* Left for family obligation
  • Performed assembly functions associated with electronic components, subassemblies and final products.

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45. Customer Specifications

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Here's how Customer Specifications is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Configured completed devices according to customer specifications
  • Followed prints and customer specifications to ensure products met or exceeded industry and customer standards.
  • Assembled medical units with zero tolerance for variance from customer specifications.
  • Disassembled and modified assemblies to meet customer specifications.
  • Assembled products per existing engineering and customer specifications.
  • Maintained/researched/reviewed components to ensure assemblies and customer specifications.
  • Wire custom power converters per customer specifications.
  • Wire heavy mining equipment to customer specifications.
  • Assembled products according to customer specifications.
  • Followed company written work instructions, procedure manuals to ensure quality of assemblies were in compliance with customer specifications.
  • Assembled periscopes mirrors and windows for military vehicles and cleaned lenses for the above to customer specifications and requirements.
  • Tested and shipped cable assemblies according to customer specifications, wiring standards.
  • Assemble wire harness in accordance to customer specifications.
  • assemble printed circuit boards per customer specifications using blueprints and written instructions
  • Performed stacking and conformal coating per customer specifications Performed Flying Probe testing.

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46. Record Results

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Here's how Record Results is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Assemble, test, and record results for military-grade equipment.
  • Inspect or test wiring installations, assemblies, or circuits for resistancefactors or for operation and record results.
  • Inspect or test wiring installations, assemblies, or circuits for resistance factors or for operation and record results.
  • Inspect or test wiring installations, assemblies, or circuits for resistance factors or for operation and record results.
  • Inspect and test circuit boards for resistancefactors, operation and record results.
  • warehouse Install components, wiring, and casings Pack finished assemblies for shipment Inspect and test wiring installations and record results Inventory

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47. Nasa

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Here's how Nasa is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Maintain NASA Qualifications and Applicable Certifications.
  • Inspected all solder join according to NASA specifications.
  • Hold NASA soldering certificate for on-site work.
  • Perform electromechanical assemblies following NASA Standards.
  • Attended extensive Nasa Solder Certification courses; ex.
  • Used my NASA training to complete my work.
  • Operate Nasacort and digital force gauge.
  • space shuttle recorders NASA certified solder technician

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48. Wire Strippers

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Here's how Wire Strippers is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Used welding machines, pliers, wire strippers.
  • Used soldering irons, surface-mount hand-soldering machine, pliers, cutters of various types, wire strippers, assembly tools.
  • Operated a vapor degreaser, electrical wire strippers, de-soldering station, and a soldering pot.EXPERIENCE:
  • Used soldering irons, pliers, cutters of various types, wire strippers, assembly tools.
  • Used wire strippers, assembly tools.
  • Used soldering irons, cutters of various types, wire strippers and assembly tools.

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49. Different Hand

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Here's how Different Hand is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Repaired and modify electronic assemblies as per the requirements, and used different hand and power tool to create assembly.
  • Used different hand and power tool to create assembly such as cordless screwdrivers, air compressor and more.
  • Repaired and modified electronic assemblies by soldering and using different hand and power tools.
  • Used different hand and power tool to create assembly.
  • Used different hand and power tools to create assembly Ability to read blueprints, process sheets, and other related documentation.
  • Used different hand and power tools to create assembly Completed production targets within dead lines

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50. Individual Components

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Here's how Individual Components is used in Electronic Assembler jobs:
  • Routed & connected wires on assemblies between individual components, connectors, terminals, & contact points.
  • Routed and connected lead wires to circuit boards and between individual components.
  • Assemble the individual components for specified machines.
  • Install individual components on circuit boards.
  • JOB OVERVIEW Read and understand work orders as well as assemble, test, and inspect light fixtures and individual components.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Electronic Assembler

Circuit Boards11.5%
Component Level9%
Hand Tools8.7%
PCB8.6%
Electronic Assembly8.3%
Microscope7.5%
SMT6.3%
Assembly Line5%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Electronic Assembler

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Circuit Boards
Circuit Boards
8.5%
8.5%
2
2
Component Level
Component Level
6.6%
6.6%
3
3
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
6.4%
6.4%
4
4
PCB
PCB
6.3%
6.3%
5
5
Electronic Assembly
Electronic Assembly
6.1%
6.1%
6
6
Microscope
Microscope
5.5%
5.5%
7
7
SMT
SMT
4.7%
4.7%
8
8
Assembly Line
Assembly Line
3.7%
3.7%
9
9
Wire Harnesses
Wire Harnesses
3.5%
3.5%
10
10
Mechanical Assembly
Mechanical Assembly
3.3%
3.3%
11
11
Final Inspection
Final Inspection
3.1%
3.1%
12
12
Assembly Drawings
Assembly Drawings
2.5%
2.5%
13
13
Wave Solder
Wave Solder
2.1%
2.1%
14
14
Thru-Hole
Thru-Hole
1.8%
1.8%
15
15
Install Components
Install Components
1.8%
1.8%
16
16
Ipc-A-610
Ipc-A-610
1.7%
1.7%
17
17
ESD
ESD
1.6%
1.6%
18
18
Electronic Systems
Electronic Systems
1.5%
1.5%
19
19
Component Parts
Component Parts
1.5%
1.5%
20
20
Troubleshoot
Troubleshoot
1.5%
1.5%
21
21
Verbal Instructions
Verbal Instructions
1.5%
1.5%
22
22
Support Structures
Support Structures
1.4%
1.4%
23
23
Clean Room Environment
Clean Room Environment
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
Resistance Factors
Resistance Factors
1.3%
1.3%
25
25
Schematic Drawings
Schematic Drawings
1.3%
1.3%
26
26
Electronic Test Equipment
Electronic Test Equipment
1.3%
1.3%
27
27
Electronic Devices
Electronic Devices
1.2%
1.2%
28
28
Assembly Casings
Assembly Casings
1.2%
1.2%
29
29
Assembly Instructions
Assembly Instructions
1.2%
1.2%
30
30
ISO
ISO
1.1%
1.1%
31
31
Ensure Conformance
Ensure Conformance
1.1%
1.1%
32
32
Assembly Procedures
Assembly Procedures
1%
1%
33
33
Data Entry
Data Entry
1%
1%
34
34
QC
QC
0.9%
0.9%
35
35
Materials Requirements
Materials Requirements
0.8%
0.8%
36
36
Small Parts
Small Parts
0.8%
0.8%
37
37
Electronic Products
Electronic Products
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Sub Assemblies
Sub Assemblies
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
Different Types
Different Types
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
Hole Components
Hole Components
0.7%
0.7%
41
41
BOM
BOM
0.7%
0.7%
42
42
Quality Standards
Quality Standards
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
QA
QA
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Final Product
Final Product
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Customer Specifications
Customer Specifications
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Record Results
Record Results
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Nasa
Nasa
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Wire Strippers
Wire Strippers
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Different Hand
Different Hand
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
Individual Components
Individual Components
0.5%
0.5%

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