Location: US-NY-Owego

Job Number: 17205306

Computer Task Group is seeking a Printed Circuit Maker to work a contract to perm position in Owego, NY.


Job Description: This SOW is for a Printed Circuit Maker Senior for the Manufacturing organization at the RMS-Owego, NY facility. The subcontract employee will be required to: 1) perform a task in the overall set up and fabrication of printed circuits and circuit boards. 2) Perform all operations as directed from engineering drawings, diagrams, and general instructions. 3) Adjust and calibrate systems as required. 4) Determine when product is no longer viable and/or suspect for discrepancy at their given station. 5) Keep an open line of communication through the appropriate channels with all parties responsible to the success of the organization; this can include parties such as their Manager, Team Lead, Process Engineer responsible for their given Operation, Quality, Production Control, etc. 6) Apply the highest standards of ethics in all their actions in the workplace. 7) Assist the movement of product throughout the PWB shop by being able to lift up to 50 lbs. unassisted while following all standards of Safety and Ergonomics. 8) Monitor and verify quality in accordance with established quality control procedures.


Desired skills include: 1) Previous experience in printed marking of Printed Wire Boards. 2) Previous experience in alkaline etching of Printed Wire Boards. 3) Previous experience in solder stripping of Printed Wire Boards.

Please apply below or send resumes to Tana.Stilloe@ctg.com


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