Description:Lockheed Martin Missiles & Fire Control Ocala Operations is dedicated to providing the highest quality products. The organization expects all employees to put the utmost focus on the LM Corporate values and exhibit these values at all times: Do what's right, respect others, and perform with excellence. The position of Electronic Associate is responsible for performing soldering, bonding, wiring, routing, riveting, assembly, disassembly, touch up, rework, cleaning and minor modifications, assemblies and subassemblies within the facility including mechanical, electro-mechanical, electronic parts and components using a variety of hand tools, in process checks and special assembly and alignment tooling. Assemble, adjust and align a variety of assemblies and subassemblies to close tolerance. Work from approved engineering drawings, mechanical blueprints, quality inspection procedures, military specifications, manufacturing process plans and other written instructions. Move in-process work, components, parts, assemblies, material and completed product to appropriate locations, utilizing all lifting and moving devices in the performance of duties throughout the facility. Use a wide variety of measuring instruments and equipment to perform visual, dimensional and mechanical floor and product inspection of printed circuit boards, harnesses, chassis, subassemblies, assemblies and final assemblies. Maintain logs, records and complete required paperwork.
Eventual hires must have the ability to complete and pass a 4-week onsite paid training course which consists of: solder skills, plated through hole skills, cable and harness assembly skills, and surface mount technology skills.
Ocala Operations is a multi-shift manufacturing facility that build circuit cards, wiring harnesses, and electro-mechanical assemblies. The facility currently has over 1200 employees and provides products to six Missiles and Fire Control sites. Ocala specializes in both low volume high mix and high volume production that has a combination of automated processes as well as labor intensive manufacturing. Ocala Operations has a represented manufacturing workforce that is supported by a strong engineering and operations support team.
High School diploma or equivalent.
Must be able to work first and second shift according to the collective bargaining agreement.
All candidates must have the ability to complete and pass a 4-week onsite paid training course which consists of: solder skills, plated through hole skills, cable and harness assembly skills, and surface mount technology skills.
This position will be located at a facility that requires the selected candidate to be a US Citizen.
Basic computer skills.
Manufacturing or production experience; including, but not limited to: plated through hole, cable and harness assembly, solder, and surface mount technology.
Willingness to learn; self-disciplined.
Quality focused and strong attention to detail.
Strong oral and communication skills.
Ability to work well individually and as a team.