Hiller Measurements Assembly Technician in Austin, Texas
Hiller Measurements is a growing, dynamic, high-tech organization in Dripping Springs/Austin area. Inspired measurement design is what we're about. It's a value wrought from decades of component, instrument, and system design experience. We've tested toys, simulated atmospheric effects of satellite communications, designed unique parts of our nation's radar systems, and designed test systems for the most exciting electronic vehicles on the road. From our headquarters in the Hill Country southwest of Austin, Texas, we operate on a lean and flexible basis allowing us to adapt to our client's design needs, budget, and schedule.
Hiller Measurements Assembly Technicians are responsible assembling, testing, troubleshooting, repairing, reworking and the modification of developmental and production components, parts, equipment, and systems such as wiring, cables, harnesses, PCBs, CCAs, RFIUs, rack enclosures, chassis, panels, electro-mechanical assemblies and other hardware for prototype, build-to-print and custom test systems under the direction of the production manager, production flow control and/or engineering.
Hiller Measurements Assembly Technicians possess a dynamic skillset, with an extreme attention to detail, and utilize a large range of tools/soldering equipment such as bench drills, machine tools, crimpers, and soldering irons. The technician will work to an engineering drawing alongside a Bill of Materials (BOM), Interconnect Circuit Design (ICD) and wire list.
Experienced Assembly Technicians preferred, however on-site training is available.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Studies assembly instructions, blueprint specifications, schematics, diagrams, drawings, parts lists and takes verbal instruction for building, converting, and modifying all types of electronic and mechanical assemblies.
Documents actions and provides Engineering feedback on incorrect documentation.
Tests electronic components for electronic continuity.
Gathers parts, subassemblies, tools, and materials.
Assembles components and examines connections for correct fit; fastens parts and subassemblies.
Provides required production and quality records as necessary.
Lays out, builds, assembles, tests, troubleshoots, repairs, and reworks production components, parts, equipment, and systems such as wiring, cables, harnesses, PCBs, CCAs, RFIUs, rack enclosures, chassis, panels, electro-mechanical assemblies and other hardware.
Electronic assembly per IPC/WHMA-A-620 class 3 standards.
Required Skills and Abilities
Ability to multi-task, prioritize and change focus quickly
Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios and proportions to practical situations
Capable of working in a fast-paced environment
Extreme attention to detail
Fluent in speaking, reading and writing English
Preferred Skills, but On-Site Training available for:
Prototype skills in working from schematics
Familiar with all cabling techniques per WHMA-A-620
Hand soldering both lead and lead-free assemblies to IPC class 3 standards
Education, Experience, and Other Qualifications:
High school diploma or equivalent
IPC J-STD-001, WHMA-A-620 and/or 610 CIS or CIT (Class 3 Workmanship) - Certification available on-site
Must be a US citizen or legal permanent resident (due to company contracts falling under the ITAR).
Prolonged periods sitting at a workbench.
Prolonged periods standing and performing repetitive tasks.
Must be able to lift up to 30 pounds at a time.
Must have manual dexterity in order to assemble products or machines as directed.
Must have excellent hand-eye coordination.
Ability to wear gloves and ear protection when required.
Must be able to traverse the production facility.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Street: 14141 W. Hwy 290