Our Electronic Assembler job description includes the Administrative Assistant responsibilities, duties, skills, education, qualifications, and experience.
About the Electronic Assembler role
An Electronic Assembler is responsible for constructing electronic components, subassemblies, and finished products from parts and materials, using hand tools and soldering equipment. They must have the ability to read and interpret assembly blueprints, diagrams, and schematics. They must have a good understanding of electrical and mechanical principles, and be able to troubleshoot and repair assembled products.
The purpose of an Electronic Assembler is to assemble electronic components and systems, following blueprints, schematics, and other instructions, to produce functional products. Duties may include measuring and cutting wires, soldering components, and troubleshooting and repairing malfunctioning systems. Electronic Assemblers must possess technical skills and knowledge of electrical circuit design, as well as the ability to interpret technical drawings. They must also be able to work with a variety of tools and equipment, including soldering irons, hand tools, and power tools.
Electronic Assembler Summary
The Electronic Assembler is responsible for building and assembling electronic components, wiring, and other parts to create finished products. They must have a strong knowledge of circuitry and electrical wiring, as well as the ability to read and interpret schematic diagrams. The Electronic Assembler must be able to work with hand tools and power tools, as well as adhere to all safety policies and procedures. The Electronic Assembler must be able to work independently, as well as in a team environment. Attention to detail and a commitment to quality are essential.
Electronic Assembler Duties
- Assemble electronic components, such as resistors, transistors and integrated circuits, on printed circuit boards
- Inspect and test completed units to ensure that they meet specifications
- Operate a variety of hand and power tools
Electronic Assembler Skills
- Disassembling and assembling electronics components
- Soldering and wiring components
- Installing hardware and software
- Testing and troubleshooting electronics
- Reading and interpreting technical documentation
Electronic Assembler Requirements
- Ability to read schematics
- Experience with hand tools and soldering
- Ability to use a variety of testing equipment