Electronics Assembly Technician
Electronics Assembly Technician
WINSYSTEMS, Inc. is seeking an Electronics Assembly Technician at our corporate headquarters in Grand Prairie, TX. WINSYSTEMS designs, manufactures, tests and distributes embedded computer systems for industrial applications. Our products include x86 and Arm® based embedded single board computers and I/O modules.
We are looking forward to meeting the right individual to join our team. The ideal candidate is a detail-oriented and self-motivated individual, with the expertise and ownership mindset to be successful at WinSystems.
Position Ownership Overview:
Performs basic to complex tasks to assemble and modify electronic and electromechanical systems, parts, and enclosures.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Assembles electrical or electronic units and support structures; installs components, units, subassemblies, wiring and assembly casings, using bolts, soldering equipment, pneumatic tools, and hand tools.
Loads, tests, and runs operating systems and software into computer system products. Updates bios versions and enters MAC addresses, and performs other software-related installations.
Connects cables and wiring according to specifications.
Reads and interprets schematic drawings, diagrams, blueprints, specifications, work orders and reports in order to determine materials required and assembly instructions.
Inspects, tests, configures, and calibrates completed units to ensure that units meet design specifications, tolerances, company quality standards and customer order requirements.
Inspects metal parts using measurement tools such as calipers and dials to ensure that parts meet product specifications.
Utilizes material handling equipment, such as a pallet jack, hand-truck, or other equipment to pick materials for assembly operations, and to stage completed orders.
Confers with supervisors or engineers to plan and review work activities, and to resolve production problems.
Communicates professionally with supervisors and peers to provide and gather information by telephone, in written form, e-mail, or in person.
Maintains the work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition.
Follows all company and department safety policies and procedures.
Our Team Expectations:
As an ESOP company, we are all owners of the company, so we have an ownership mindset. We do whatever it takes for the team’s success. We expect all team members to be able and willing to step up and OWN IT!
Here’s what we mean by OWN IT! – All team members are:
Fully accountable for their performance, attitude, and delivered results
Professionally mature, resourceful and willing to take full ownership of all aspects of the job
Able to perform and adapt in a multi-tasking environment, and work towards continual improvement of company products and processes
Clear and effective in communicating issues and status to team members and management in a timely manner
A team member that collaborates with colleagues in a positive, professional, and effective manner while exercising judgment within defined procedures and practices to determine appropriate action
Willing to take on a variety of tasks or projects, and assist team members as needed.
High school diploma or GED; and two years related experience (or equivalent), preferably in a manufacturing environment, including a working knowledge of database/ERP systems
IPC-A-610 knowledge and certification preferred. Employee must attend training, pass examination, and retain this certification during employment in this position.
Working knowledge of soldering is a plus.
Proficient in the use of hand, power, and pneumatic tools
Knowledge of basic computer operations and software applications
Ability to communicate and comprehend clearly and effectively in the English language
Able to follow work instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
Strong communication, multi-tasking, and creative problem-solving skills
Ability to perform measurements and basic mathematical operations.
Regular requirements include using hands to finger, handle, or feel. Employee is frequently required to stand, sit, and walk, reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, or squat, and occasionally required to climb a ladder.
Employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 85 lbs. Employee is required to operate material handling equipment.
Employee must be able to work around fumes (e.g. solder and cleaning fumes), or airborne particles, and moving mechanical parts.
Work Schedule: M-F, 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (some overtime may be required)
Job Type: Full-Time
No relocation or visa sponsorship available