2nd shift (2pm – 10:30pm) Temp to hire after 5 months based on your performance/attendance. Benefits start as soon as you transition from Temp (medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance, 401k with match, paid holidays/vacation, etc) Job Description: Microelectronics Assembler well-versed with hand soldering techniques to perform various soldering assembly tasks on electronic components. Responsibilities: Focus and ability to work in a fast-paced team environment with attention to quality Perform preparation for soldering activities on hybrid microcircuits; using hand soldering equipment (soldering workstations, de-soldering tools, soldering fixtures). Hand solder components, wires, and jumpers into the assemblies. Experience soldering electronic parts, components, wire routing desired. Assemble, rework and/or test electronic components following prescribed processes and assembly procedures using a variety of hand tools and equipment Set up work as required, as well as movement of material. Work from drawings, schematics and written instructions to affect mechanical assembly Performs a variety of tasks ranging from repetitive to no-repetitive production assembly operations Follow work instructions for specific operations Performs required work steps within specific cycle time May conduct quality inspections on processing line in accordance with quality specifications Requirements One to Two years of electronic assembly printed wiring board soldering and/or harness or wire soldering experience, familiarity with electronics manufacturing and construction. Any microelectronic experience is highly desired. High School Diploma/GED required Good communication skills Strong attention to detail Computer literate Ability to work well in a fast-paced environment Good eyesight Steady hands Ability to work overtime Experience with microscope IPC 610 Certification preferred Must be either a US citizen or permanent resident Benefits Benefits kick in immediately once you transition from temp.