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Electronic Assembly Technician - Automated Test Equipment - CT

South Windsor, CT


Perform high-quality electro-mechanical manufacturing and assembly of test equipment, completing projects on time. Support the company’s mission to provide test and measurement solutions that exemplify the world’s best professional practices, produced by a world-class team.


  • Minimum of 2 years of electro-mechanical assembly experience
  • Ability to read and interpret drawings, schematics, or wire diagrams
  • Detail oriented and organized
  • Strong mechanical aptitude and ability to perform point-to-point wiring
  • Ability to work in a team environment


  • Assembly of test and data acquisition systems, test fixtures, cables, harnesses, and PCB assemblies
  • Logical layout and design of electrical shelfs / panels
  • Provide technical assistance and collaborate with engineers and other personnel to identify, define, and solve problems before, during and after assembly
  • Modify prototypes, parts, assemblies, and systems to correct defects
  • Test completed assemblies to ensure proper operation
  • Obtain and/or maintain the following IPC certifications: J-STD-001 specialist, IPC-A-610 specialist, and IPC-A-620 specialist
  • Follow and maintain company documentation standards
  • Maintain and improve company quality processes
  • Maintain inventory and maintenance of company tools
  • Assure a clean and safe work environment
  • Promote company goals and encourage continuous improvement through participation, teamwork and quality
  • Infrequently travel to company and customer sites primarily within the northeast US

Other duties

  • Assist with shipping and receiving
  • Maintenance of job materials
  • Occasionally assist with other duties such as facility maintenance

Measurement of success

  • Product quality
  • Efficiency against project budget
  • On-time project completion
  • Customer satisfaction

How to Apply

Send resume and cover letter to [email protected]. Due to ITAR restrictions, candidates must be citizens, permanent residents, or have asylee/refugee status in the United States.