Electronic Assembler

Feb 04, 2018
Feb 20, 2018
Employer Type
Direct Employer
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Description

Electronic Assembler - Non-Exempt

Reports to: Operations Manager

Location: Branford, CT

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform.

  • Perform bench-type electronic assemblies and sub-assemblies, using small hand tools, and electronic and pneumatic tooling.
  • Detect and report defective materials or questionable conditions to the Production Manager.
  • Must take the necessary precautions to protect yourself and co-workers by using proper safety equipment and guidelines.
  • Maintains the work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition and follows prescribed safety regulations.

Education and Experience:

  • Minimum of high school education and two years of progressive experience assembling a product, the same as or, similar to what is made at the Company.*
  • Certificate from college or Technical school in electronics, or 12 months experience in electronic assembly. Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:*


  • Required to use considerable judgment performing certain operations (such as layout).
  • Must be proficient at reading complicated diagrams and blue prints.
  • Able to use and be proficient with all assembly and measuring tools, interpret visual aids, use of basic shop math, and train other assemblers in layout of cable assembly.
  • Must be able to perform, but not limited to the operations necessary to build a circuit board as defined by an engineering drawing, schematic, or manufacturing instructions. Also be able to calibrate electronically controlled sensors.
  • Capable of using electronic assembly and troubleshooting tools. Tools include, but are not limited to: an oscilloscope, multimeter, Flow meter, Pressure meter, and Bench power supplies
  • Capable of Qualification for J-Standard class III soldering.
  • Requires good interpersonal skills.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

  • Training other assemblers in electronic sensors.
  • May at times be responsible for the direction of and work assignments of other assemblers.
  • Train other assemblers in performing prescribed preventative maintenance on machines as required per the P.M. charts.

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Training Requirements:

  • General Safety.
  • Electrostatic Discharge Training Level II.
  • Foreign Object Damage Awareness.
  • Quality System Awareness.

Physical Demands:

  • Light physical effort equal to frequent lifting or moving of light weight materials.
  • Position requires sitting or standing, reaching and moving about the plant.

Personal Protective Equipment:

  • Certain duties require the use of Safety Glasses. Work Environment:


  • Work performed in a shop environment.
  • Exposed to any number of elements but with none present to the extent of being disagreeable.
  • May work at different workstations as production needs require, or shifts from one station to another, during the assembly process.


Will be required to perform other duties as requested, directed or assigned.

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Company Description HarcoSemco is an award-winning designer, manufacturer, and international distributor of aerospace air data systems, gas turbine high temperature sensors, on-engine electrical cable assemblies, airframe electrical cable assemblies, and other advanced sensor products. Established in 1951, its manufacturing business was based on a need for temperature measuring devices for aircraft engines, naval nuclear reactors, and rocket engines. Since then, HARCO has extended its existing product lines and has added new technologies to include speed sensors, resistance temperature detectors, air data probes, air data computers, and innovations in high temperature and position sensing. Core design, development and manufacturing are located in Connecticut, U.S.A. with additional manufacturing in Mexico.

HARCO has consistently achieved double-digit growth over the past decade. One of HARCO's greatest strengths is our endless commitment to provide customers with innovative product solutions and continuous support. The owners of HARCO have historically made a major commitment to invest more than 50% of the company's earnings into Research & Development. This has resulted in significant innovations such as a metal matrix composite branded as SIMx for high-temperature applications and our Magneto-Optical Sensors for position sensing. Research & Development has also positioned HARCO to secure patents for several leading-edge technologies