Electronic Assembler

  • Category
    Industrial & manufacturing - Assembly / Production
  • Job type
    Temporary/Contract
  • Location
    Woodbridge, Ontario

We are currently seeking an electronic assembler for our client in Woodbridge off of Highway 7 and Pine Valley Drive. Our client is seeking an individual to help within the production environment. The Electronic Assembler is a full time position, running Monday to Friday from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM (with occasional evenings and or weekends). It is a contract role that may potentially be permanent. Pay Rate $16-18/hr based on experience. This role would involve assembly of electronic related items such as computers and displays, testing of peripherals, occasional soldering of both electronic parts and cables, as well as packaging fine assemblies. The candidate will have a penchant for repetitive tasks, attention to detail and quality focused.

Required skills: Must be fluent in English. Clear written and oral communications. Minimum of three years experience working won mechanical/electronics assembly lines with electronic products. Strong work ethic, and attention to detail. Past soldering experience is considered an asset (rework, cable harnesses). Ability to perform under pressure, must keep work area well organized. Be able to work independently and efficiently. Must be able to lift up to 60 lbs on occasion (not repetitive). Preference will be provided to candidates with knowledge of computer hardware. Technical College Diploma, University degree, or experience within similar fields would be an asset.

If you believe you are good fit for this role, please apply with an updated resume for consideration! Thank you

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