Waters Corporation

  • Manufacturing Technician I

    Req. #
    9013
    Company Name
    TA
    Category
    Production and Manufacturing
    Location
    US-MA-Wakefield
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Company Description

    As the world’s leading supplier of thermal analysis and rheology systems, TA Instruments is a fast growing and highly profitable division of an S&P 500 company, priding itself in innovation and an uncompromising commitment to customer support.  Our continued growth relies on recruiting and developing individuals that can make a positive contribution to our business.  For additional information about our high technology products sold to Fortune Global 500 companies and leading academic institutions and government laboratories around the world, visit our website at www.tainstruments.com

     

    Headquartered in Delaware, with manufacturing sites in the US and Europe, we are represented in all of the major markets around the world with sales offices in the USA, Canada, Japan, India, China, Taiwan, South Korea, Brazil, Mexico, Australia and across Europe.

     

    TA Instruments is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    Overview

    The Manufacturing Tech at TA Instruments will work on the flow line to assemble Thermal Testing Instruments and subassemblies. They will also be responsible for troubleshooting and repairing instruments.

    Typical tasks of the position include, but are not limited to

    • Assemble, Test, troubleshoot, and repair variety of thermal analysis instruments according to established specifications and procedures.
    • Mechanical/electrical work/rework as needed
    • Prepare instruments for final shipment, including configuration and final pack-up.

    The successful candidate will have a combination of knowledge, skills, and experience that would include the following

    • Knowledge acquired through completion of a two (2) year degree at an accredited post-secondary school in a technical field, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
    • Experience solder, crimp and mechanical assembly tools and equipment.
    • Experience working in a small volume precision electro-mechanical assembly atmosphere
    • Knowledge of PC-based instrument control and data analysis
    • Ability to think critically and resolve issues and non-routine problems
    • Must be able to work independently
    • Experience directly related to working with digital and analog circuits is a plus

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