Experience preferred in related field, but not necessary.
1. Ability to speak, read and write the English language.
2. Ability read and interpret work instructions, engineering drawings and sketches and specifications to determine assembly methods for electrical and electronic components.
3. Ability to follow instructions; ability to mentally visualize and comprehend all aspects of assembling equipment or tooling problem and understand the interrelationships of factors affecting a situation.
4. Ability to comprehend and apply modern fabrication and assembly techniques and machine shop practices and techniques.
5. Ability to communicate effectively orally; good interpersonal skills; pays attention to detail; and ability to meet deadlines.
1. Exerts up to 20 to 50 lbs. of force occasionally, or up to 10 to 25 lbs. of force frequently, or up to 10 lbs. of force constantly to move objects.
2. Excellent manual dexterity is required to operate the technical instruments and equipment appropriate to assembly.
3. Employee regularly sits while using upper body movements including arms, hands and fingers constantly in handling tools and equipment necessary to assemble and install electrical and electronics components in military sonar systems and commercial equipment. Also, working on computers and other office equipment.
4. Employee occasionally stands and/or walks and reaches with hands and arms in moving tools, equipment and/or products.
Other Work Conditions and Requirements:
1. Employee works in a quiet to moderately noisy environment.
1. Directly provides support to the Engineering and Operations Departments.
Accredited High School Diploma/GED