Job Description: Looking for a stable job in an unstable economy? A fast paced manufacturing company is looking for qualified soldering candidates for various departments within their firm. Candidates should have at least 2-5 years soldering small piece equipment. Qualified candidate will receive benefits from day one on assignment. Positions are filling fast hurry to apply and start your new life! Qualified candidates should be able to: Perform repetitive bench or line assembly operations to produce medical products such as sensors or disposable products. Use of microscope to perform assembly procedures. Soldering of wires and components (electronic sensors only). Bolts, clips, screws, cements, or otherwise fastens parts and subassemblies together. Tends machines to perform fitting or fastening operations on assembly line. Test at the assembly level, identify failures and take appropriate action. Performs audit of material expiration. Performs audit of individual workstation and tool calibration. Works on-line where tasks vary as different models of the same articles moves along the line. Performs duties in compliance with relevant QSRs and ISO regulations. As the staffing industry's market leader, we have jobs available at companies of all sizes. We work hard to find the right job for you. In addition, we offer an industry-leading benefits plan: . Medical Insurance . Paid Holidays . Performance Bonus Programs . 401(k) Retirement Plan . Referral Bonus These are just some of the benefits of working as an Adecco Associate. You may qualify for some of these benefits immediately, while there are others that may require a set amount of time before qualifying. Qualified candidate MUST be a resident of the greater Wallingford area to be considered for this position, all others need not apply. Minimum Education Required: High School Years of Experience Required: At Least 3 Years Expected Travel Time: None Keywords: Installation
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