Located in Caldwell, ID
Express Employment is currently looking to hire Production Associates for a large manufacturing company. All candidates must have a high school diploma or a GED, able to pass a 10-panel drug test and have a clean criminal background. Good computer skills and communication skills are also required. Currently the available shifts are 12 hour shifts. These shifts include days 6am-6pm and nights 6pm-6am.
Some of the available positions include:
Production Associates: This is a general production position that may include assembly, packaging, labeling or various other entry level positions on the production line.
This position often consists of standing for majority of shift.
SMT for FF1 is highly repetitive, extremely fast paced. Screen printer/ cyber optic paste inspection operator is the beginning of the process and their responsibilities are Loading the correct programs into the screen printer and cyber optic paste inspection machine, Making sure you are using the correct stencils, making sure you have an adequate amount of paste on the stencil, loading pallets with antenna’s if required, handling the boards after they are printed to put them onto pallets, making sure the paste meet requirements through the cyber optic paste inspection.
ASM machines are what puts the parts onto the boards after the paste is applied. You have to make sure you load the correct program by verifying with ABI’s, The operator is going to be splicing parts onto reels that will be running out that is a job that is constant and operator always needs to be watching and paying attention so the line doesn’t stop.
AOI/PLR is the next machine it insures our quality by inspecting the board after it is built. The operator scans the board into the machine and after the machine checks the board it kicks it out then the operator will check to see if there are any defects, if possible fix the defect and then send it onto the next machine. GSM is the next machine and the person who runs the AOI runs the GSM as well. GSM machine places the shields, the operator will also have to pay attention to make sure the parts don’t run out and depending what line you are working on you may have to hand place parts before the boards go into the oven.
Oven is the last step the operator is responsible for loading the correct oven profile and they would be verifying this with the ABI’s and when the oven is up to temp then they would proceed in putting the board in so they will reflow.
This position often consists of standing for majority of shift. Basic computer skills.
Prepping operator will verify the ABI’s, what needs to be prepped and will insure that the part number labels stay with correct parts.
The operator who is stuffing the pallets will verify with the ABI’s that they have all of the correct parts that are needed, prep the boards if needed, and verify they are using the correct pallets and then load the boards into the pallets and stuff the correct parts.
The wave operator is required to verify with ABI’s that they are loading the correct wave program, certified wave operator will verify loaded pallets into the wave and pull them out and verify their quality and make any adjustments to the wave if needed, keep track of the through put.
On the whole, our client is looking for people that are good team players, have good communication skills, have passion for their work and are looking to commit to a long term position.
If you are interested and qualified for a position above, please contact us immediately at 208.454.1076
Express Employment is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering benefits from the first day of work (Medical/ Vision/ Dental/ Life Insurance, 401k, Holiday/ Vacation Pay, Direct Deposit and Referral Bonuses).
Express Office: Caldwell
2922 East Cleveland Boulevard
Caldwell, ID 83605