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  • Electronic Assembly Techs - $15 / Hour

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    Electronic Assembly Techs are being hired for new full time openings in Westwood, NJ area, about a 15 minutes drive from Paramus.  Interested candidates should have at least 3 years of electronic assembly experience. Electronic Tech Assembly is an opportunity with advancement, Union membership option and an increase in your wage as your skills and performance improve.  


    Electronic Assembly Techs will: 

    • Use every day hand tools, power tools and pneumatic devices to assemble and complete electronic components and fixtures from start to finish
    • Follow detailed work instructions and/or documents which include electrical wiring diagrams and drawings, written and digital.
    • Serve as a key member of the Electronic Assembly team, always assisting others while remaining committed to quality results.


    Interview Qualifications for Electronic Assembly Technician

    • 1 to 3 years of Assembly Technician
    • Be agile with your hands without limitations.
    • Comfortable working in a performance metrics environment.
    • Able at times to lift up to 25 pounds.
    • Physically able to perform repetitive motion and stand for long periods of time.
    • Proficient in English

    Compensation for the Electronic Assembly Tech.

    The starting salary for this position ranges from $14.00 - $15.50 per hour depending on your experience.  Wage increases available 


    You can apply on line!  Qualified candidates should email resumes to for immediate consideration and invitation to complete the application process on-line.


    Or you may call (973) 357-1700 to schedule an interview with Mayra at the SR Recruiting Center in Downtown Paterson located at 81 Ellison Street - 1/2 block from the Bank of America Branch at Ellison and Main Streets, Monday to Friday, 8AM to 3:30PM.  


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