Crane Aerospace & Electronics Electronics Assembler II in Chandler, Arizona
Electronics Assembler II
Location AZ, Chandler
Employment Type Temp-to-Hire Contractor
Crane Aerospace & Electronics is seeking to hire an Assembler II in Chandler, AZ.
The Assembler II position is a professional in the manufacturing environment who applies extensive knowledge and skill in the assembly field, working with little or no supervision to perform assigned assembly processes to manufacture Crane Aerospace & Electronics products in accordance with military and/or other assembly standards using visual aids, verbal and/or written instructions. In addition, the Assembler communicates with all levels of the Value Stream as well as performs visual and dimensional inspection.
Duties & Responsibilities :
Perform assigned assembly tasks
Prepare components prior to assembly, clean components, mark, and inspect components, subassemblies, or completed assemblies
Test finished assemblies
Set up and operate assigned equipment and machinery
Observe proper health and safety procedures in handling hazardous chemicals
Train and mentor new employees and other team members in new processes, procedures and Crane tools
Prioritize daily demand per Master Schedule Report for the cell(s) they are working in
Discuss and problem solve quality issues with Manufacturing Engineers, the Quality group, and leadership
Create work orders, Non-Conformance Reports (NCRs) for quality and material issues, and First Article Inspection’s (FAIs) at “In process/End Item” as well as other assorted assembly functions
Practice safe work habits as established by OSHA and Crane policy; Proactively identify safety concerns or issues and work with the Engineering group to implement solutions
Participate in cleaning of area and machinery and take part in team meetings for improvement
Visually check completed work against drawings to insure accuracy and completeness
Cross-train to work on at least 5 products
Complete job-related company training courses
Support Crane Business System (CBS) initiatives including 5S, KPI’s, Standard Work, Problem Solving, and other initiatives as they arise
Flexible and willing to work overtime if necessary
Any other task assigned by supervisor or management
Understand and/or participate with internal/external audits
Perform inventory cycle counts
May be required to repair/rework defective or returned assemblies
Experience: 0-8 years of Assembly experience in a manufacturing environment
Knowledge: Knowledge of raw materials, production processes, quality control, costs, and other techniques for maximizing the effective manufacture and distribution of goods
Skills: Strong verbal and written communication; Good reading comprehension (understanding written sentences and paragraphs in work related documents); Basic computer skills (understanding of basic software)
Abilities: Accurate color vision, near vision, and depth perception and other vision capabilities required; Manipulative skills, including finger and manual dexterity; Adept hand-eye coordination and arm-hand steadiness; Ability to thoroughly interpret production or engineering prints, production planning information and assembly aids such as illustrations and wiring diagrams; Ability to work well in high paced work environment in a high volume setting
Education/Certification Requirement: High School diploma or equivalent; Fine soldering certificate or equivalent experience
Must be a US Person (under ITAR rules) to be eligible
Ability to coach and mentor as well as have input into employment process
Ability to do part marking, wrapping and packaging finished goods and transport to other work areas
Ability to ensure all paperwork is completed appropriately and close work orders
Ability to perceive and pre-determine sequence of operations and installation requirements from sketches and oral instructions
Experience maintaining equipment on a stringent calibration schedule
IPC solder rework certification
Designated Inspection certification
Working conditions are normal for a manufacturing environment
Manufacturing operations may require the use of safety equipment to include but not limited to: eye safety glasses, gowning, masks, hearing protectors, heel/wrist straps and any other required PPE
May be exposed to unusual environmental conditions such as loud noises, cold temperatures, confined spaces, dust or fumes
About Crane :
Crane Aerospace & Electronics supplies critical systems and components to the aerospace and defense markets. You’ll find Crane Aerospace & Electronics in some of the toughest environments: from engines to landing gear; from satellites to medical implants and from missiles to unmanned aerial systems (UAS).
We are committed to operational excellence and world class processes. We employ Lean manufacturing techniques to optimize manufacturing efficiency and accuracy on all product lines. Our products are known for their technical strength, proven reliability and overall value.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics offers competitive salaries and outstanding opportunities for career growth and development.
In our efforts to maintain a safe and drug-free workplace, Crane Aerospace & Electronics requires that candidates complete a satisfactory background check and pass a drug screen prior to employment. FAA sensitive positions require employees to participate in a random drug test pool.
This description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work being performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.
Crane Co. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, marital status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity characteristics or expression, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, medical condition, genetic information, or U.S. military or veteran status or any other characteristic protected under federal, state, or applicable local law, in recruiting, hiring, training and promoting.