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Electrical Assembler

Company Name:
Randstad Staffing
Randstad - Warren OH 44022
Telephone Number
Email: trey.
Job Summary:
Our client has worldwide operations in nine countries. In North America, they have manufacturing facilities in two major locations as well as eight regional service centers. Our client is one of the few induction equipment manufacturers that maintains a full-time research and development program. They design and build all of our power supplies and as a result, are able to supply our customers with the latest technology available. Our 600 domestic and international employees give us the ability to handle large orders or volume increases while maintaining our commitment to quality, service and delivery.
Hours & Pay rate:
- Possible openings on all shifts
- Overtime expected, typically averaging about 50hrs a week
- 12/HR
Typical Duties:
- Soldering Experience
- Machine Operation
- Electrical Assembly Experience
- Quality Assurance of finished goods
- Working in a Team Environment
- General cleaning duties as assigned
- Other Duties as assigned
Working hours: All Shifts
Skills:
--Soldering
--Assembly of electrical components with the highest level of detail
--Manufacturing Experience
Qualifications:
--MUST SUBMIT RESUME - candidates who do not submit resumes will not be considered
--MUST HAVE ELECTRICAL ASSEMBLY/SOLDERING EXPERIENCE
--HS Diploma or equivalent
How to Apply:
--Send your resume to trey. - call to make sure I received it
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