Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania

Light Precision Assembler - Cable Assemblers or Electromechanical Assemblers interchangeable and work closely together . Cable Assemblers: Perform cable assembly tasks for highly complex and critical end use applications; Perform high quality and detailed tasks ensuring high first pass yield and efficiencies; Read and interpret work instructions and process procedure; Read and understand blueprints and drawings; Perform basic cable assembly process steps including such tasks as wire prep, wire stripping, routing, clean-up and close out; Build quality into the product increase first pass yield, minimize rework and minimize scrap; Support process improvements and participate in actively providing solutions; Responsible for the proper handling and management of hazardous waste generated in their work area; Operate a variety of equipment to fulfill manufacturing processes; Understand and identify defects in accordance with applicable workmanship standard and class; Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: Ability to read and interpret blueprints, job orders, specifications, drawings, schematics, process sheets, wiring diagrams, and small print for simple assemblies; Ability to use basic hand tools including, but not limited to: dial indicators, torque wrenches, testing devices, etc.; Ability to read, comprehend and follow instructions; Ability to manipulate and work with tedious and small parts; Ability to work with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail to produce quality results; Ability to work in a high volume, high detail work environment;  Build electrical and electromechanical assemblies per applicable documentation and quality workmanship standards; Follow departmental and company procedures to produce the highest quality product; Follow work process instructions and specifications, both written and verbal; Assemble electrical or electromechanical devices or add components to assemblies using a variety of hardware/tools; assemblies may include cables, harnesses or chassis modules; Wire and solder prototypes and other complex assemblies of unique or unusual design per applicable specifications; Operate a variety of equipment to fulfill manufacturing processes; Understand and identify defects in accordance with applicable workmanship standard and class; Perform verification tests in accordance with assembly instructions; Assist in training other employees and provide guidance in following procedures, using equipment and troubleshooting more complex problems; OJT On-the-Job Training for new hires and other Operators; Rework and/or repair assemblies as required. Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: Ability to read and interpret blueprints, job orders, specifications, drawings, schematics, process sheets, wiring diagrams, and small print for mid-level to complex assemblies; Ability to use basic hand tools including, but not limited to: dial indicators, torque wrenches, testing devices, etc.; Ability to solder and wire assemblies per assembly instructions and production drawings; Able to build electronic assemblies and consoles to requirements including IPC-610 and IPC-620; Ability to use wire cutting, stripping, crimping and potting machines; Ability to read, comprehend and follow instructions; Strong math computation and measurement skills; Ability to manipulate and work with tedious and small parts; Strong mechanical aptitude; Ability to work with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail to produce quality results; Ability to work in a high volume, high detail work environment

Education: High School Diploma or GED, Minimum 2 years of relevant job experience



Why Kelly®?

As a worker today, it’s up to you to take charge of your career and look for opportunities to learn, grow, and achieve your potential. Helping you find what’s next is what we’re all about. We know what’s going on in the evolving world of work—just ask the 440,000 people we employ each year. Connecting with us means getting the support, guidance, and opportunities needed to take your career where you may have never imagined.


About Kelly®

At Kelly, we’re always thinking about what’s next and advising job seekers on new ways of working to reach their full potential. In fact, we’re a leading advocate for temporary/nontraditional workstyles, because we believe they allow flexibility and tremendous growth opportunities that enable a better way to work and live (plus, did we mention we provide a ton of benefits?). Connecting great people with great companies is what we do best, and our employment opportunities span a wide variety of workstyles, skill levels, and industries around the world.

Kelly is an equal opportunity employer committed to employing a diverse workforce and providing accommodations for people with disabilities in all parts of the hiring process as required under its Employment Accommodation Policy. Kelly will work with applicants to meet accommodation needs that are made known to Kelly in advance.

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Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania

Why Kelly - Since 2011 we have placed over 16,000 Veterans

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Kelly applies targeted recruiting initiatives to the Veterans population (in all stages of transition) by aligning customer defined requirements with military skills and experience.  The transition from military to civilian life can be stressful and complex for veterans, and our staff is trained to assist in this transition.  Unlike our competition, Kelly places these resources without geographic or industry constraints, offering our customers and our employees greater flexibility.  Kelly has a wide variety of local opportunities, for Veterans and their spouses, within our workforce solutions as well as national recruiting programs on behalf of our customers.  Kelly’s leading placement opportunities for Veterans are within Information Technology, Engineering, Science, Light Industrial and Call Center.

Our specially trained Veteran recruiters are armed with a number of tools to help Veterans obtain roles that match their potential including skill translation tools, leading Veteran- centric job boards and Veteran/spouse social media networks, among others.

Through Kelly’s vast branch network, we are closely located to the majority of major military installations across the United States.  Kelly recruiters participate in onsite and virtual military career fairs as well as advertise through local and national Veteran job boards.  In recent years, over 150 Kelly branches have worked directly with their local military installations to recruit spouses and transitioning personnel.  These teams not only engages with transitioning talent from local bases, but also have a strong focus on Veterans in areas where the military has identified high Veteran unemployment. This approach ensures that military talent is engaged and shared across the centralized military recruiting team and documented in a centralized database, so that other Kelly locations can benefit from hiring or relocating this valuable pool of talent.

Our focus on military recruiting is a win on multiple levels. Kelly gains top talent with the skills needed to excel; our clients receive the benefit of that talent to help them compete in an ever challenging business landscape; and Veterans receive gainful employment in line with their skills and abilities to ease the transition to the next phase of their lives.

A People Company, Staffing the World

Kelly founded the temporary staffing industry in 1946, and has maintained a leadership position through the years based on a valuable premise: we invest in people. Today that focus benefits our customers wherever they operate around the globe - in a growing number of specialized fields. And we’ll continue to meet the evolving challenges of workforce flexibility with staffing solutions tailored to your precise business needs, both locally and worldwide.

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