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SMT Operator

Company: Balance Staffing
Location: Manchester
Posted on: April 2, 2024

Job Description:

Balance Staffing is a staffing agency that brings candidates and employers together. To us, job seekers are more than a resume; they are unique individuals working to achieve their career dreams. Position: SMT Operator Type: Contract to Hire Location: Manchester, NH Pay - $18/ hour. Nature of Duties: This position is responsible for the setup and/or operation of automated Surface Mount Equipment (SMT) and possibly solder electronic components on printed circuit boards. Nature of Duties:

  • Sets up and operates a variety of automatic or semi-automatic SMT machines used in the production of the company's product
  • Works from process sheets or written instructions given by supervisor to perform production tasks
  • Checks and inspects operation against predetermined tolerances.
  • Follow all Company Safety and ESD Program requirements. Responsible to report all accidents, near misses, unsafe acts and unsafe conditions.
  • Properly handle and dispose all waste, including hazardous wastes that are generated in daily operations as
    • directed by applicable SOP(s). Experience : - Previous experience as an SMT Operator or in a similar role is preferred - Mechanical knowledge and understanding of SMT equipment operation - Proficient in soldering techniques and using hand tools - Familiarity with machining processes and ability to fabricate components - Basic electrical knowledge, including reading schematics and wiring connections - Experience using power tools and measuring instruments such as calipers Education High school or GED

Keywords: Balance Staffing, Manchester , SMT Operator, Other , Manchester, New Hampshire

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