Electronic Assembler

Job Description:

Under limited supervision, this position is responsible to assemble electronic components into chassis and printed circuit board assemblies. Must be able to handle a fast paced environment with a high volume of workload

Duties and Responsibilities:

Cross train in machine solder, press, test, hand solder-cross training in various areas is required

Note: This job description does not state or imply that these are the only duties/responsibilities to be performed by this Associate. The Associate may be required to perform additional duties within the capability of their skill level.

  • Work with pneumatic, electric and hand tools.

  • Install electronic components into various chassis circuit board assemblies according to the documentation provided.

  • Operate Press Machine.

  • Mix chemicals according to manufacturer's specifications.

  • Apply epoxy and coatings using dispensing equipment.

  • Visually check work in process for defects and makes adjustments as required.

  • Comprehend and follow instructions, read and understand blueprints.

  • Assist in transition of new products into production

  • Communicate regularly to supervisor/managers; suggests procedural changes

  • Work effectively and responsibly with others.

  • Attends meetings, attends special training, maintains a clean, safe work environment and communicates to supervisors safety hazards and issues.

  • Cross train in other areas. All other assigned duties as required within the production organization


  • High school diploma or equivalent.

  • Previous experience working with hand tools, epoxy and assembly operations preferred.

  • Good English skills, able to read, write and speak clearly.

  • Ability to pass eye exam with a minimum 20/20 vision that may be corrected via eyeglasses or contact lenses as required. Eye exam is required annually.

  • Good computer skills, including working knowledge of Windows, Word and Outlook

  • Ability to understand printed circuit board assembly including reading assembly drawings, Bill of Materials (BOMs), and written work instructions.

  • Ability to work or come into contact with chemical or biological agents which may pose health or safety hazards if improperly handled.

  • Ability and willingness to cross train in other areas.

  • Ability to work efficiently with little supervision.

  • Ability to perform routine tasks.

  • Regular attendance is an essential job function for this position.

Monroe Staffing Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on their race, color, Religion, gender, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin or other protected classification.