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Circuit Board Medics Production Assembler in Greenville, South Carolina


Job Type: Full-Time HourlyStarting Pay: $14.00/hour Working Hours: M-F, 7am-4pmLocation: Greenville, SC 29615Experience: No prior electronics troubleshooting experience is required

Job Summary

The Production Assembler prepares circuit boards for the repair process and assembles the remanufactured parts to create a finished product. Preparation of circuit boards is accomplished with hand tools along with semi-automated machines. This position plays a key role in supporting a fast-paced environment to ensure quick turnaround.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Marking components using a laser engraver

  • Disassemble and reassemble housings and other small parts

  • Bead blast housings and other parts

  • Document new procedures

  • Miscellaneous duties as needed

Qualifications and Skills

  • Required Qualifications

  • No prior electronics troubleshooting experience is required.

  • Fast learner - Since no prior electronics repair experience is required, there is a steep learning curve that must be overcome quickly for success.

  • Detail oriented ? As the final step in assembly, the prep and assembly technician must have a high attention to detail to ensure quality products

  • Critical thinker

  • Problem solver

  • Superior dexterity

  • Team player

  • Strong work ethic

  • Strong sense of urgency to complete tasks on schedule

  • Initiative

  • High school diploma

  • Desired Qualifications

  • 4-year degree

  • Automotive troubleshooting experience

  • Appliance troubleshooting experience

Company Overview

Circuit Board Medics exists to serve others by providing the best option for restoring broken circuit boards to function better than new while delivering the highest combination of quality and value. We view serving others as a privilege and will always honor our customers? best interests. Our culture thrives on teamwork. Trust, selflessness, and communication are a few of the cornerstone characteristics on which our culture has been built. Our team members truly have each other's best interests in mind.

We recruit teammates by evaluating cultural fit, competence, and character. These three C's are essential for providing world-class customer service while nurturing an environment where employees grow and develop. In order to accomplish this, please look out for two emails sent in succession, to complete your application. Both emails will have the words ?Circuit Board Medics? in the subject line. You should receive one following your application, and then another immediately after completing the first. Please allow up to 30 minutes to complete. We definitely appreciate this extra time on your part to help us build the best team!

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Working Conditions

Circuit Board Medics was founded on a 1 day turnaround for standard repairs. This nurtures a fast-paced environment that requires a strong sense of urgency. The typical workday for this position is 7:00AM - 4:00PM with a break for lunch. The daily responsibility of the repair team is to ensure that all repairs are completed, which means staying after 4:00 PM some days until all orders are complete.

Physical Requirements

The components that the repair teams are working with are very small, so good vision and above average dexterity are required. Vision aids such as glasses or contacts are permitted. Clear, non-corrective safety glasses are provided by Circuit Board Medics. The Prep and Assembly Technician should be able to lift 50 lbs.

Benefits and Perks

  • Retirement Plan ? CBM offers a flexible 401(k) retirement plan with a company match of up to 5%. Eligible existing retirement accounts may be rolled into this account if preferred.

  • Adoption Benefit ? CBM offers reimbursement of up to $5000 of qualified expenses incurred during the adoption of a child. (Only applicable to expenses that exceed the tax credit offered by the US Government.)

  • Paid Time Off ? PTO is accrued for each pay period at a rate of 2 weeks/year. PTO accrual increases to 3 weeks/annually after 5 years, and 4 weeks/annually after 10 years. Unused PTO carries forward each year with a maximum balance of 6 weeks.

  • Paid Holidays ? (Typical holidays listed below. May vary by year)

  • New Year?s Day

  • Memorial Day

  • Independence Day

  • Labor Day

  • Thanksgiving Day

  • Day after Thanksgiving

  • Christmas Day

  • Company Designated Holiday (usually the day before or after Christmas)