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Electro-Mechanical Assembler (Austin, TX)

DIVISION:                     Applied Rigaku Technologies, Inc. (Austin, TX)

POSITION:                   Electro-Mechanical Assembler

REPORTS TO:              Operations Manager


Job Summary:

The Electro-Mechanical Assembler is responsible for the assembly of analytical instrumentation the company produces.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

  • None.


  • Cable assembly.
  • Electro-Mechanical assembly.
  • Board assembly.
  • Final product assembly.
  • Documentation.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Required Skills/Abilities:

  • Superior verbal and written communication skills.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and related software.
  • Flexibility and willingness to meet changing priorities is essential.
  • Strong technical background with attention to detail.
  • Good documentation and follow-up skills.
  • Ability to work independently and openly communicate with colleagues.
  • Ability to learn new products and software platforms as needed.
  • Willingness to travel up to 50% of the time.
  • Ability to work overtime as required.

Education and Experience:

  • High school diploma or equivalent preferred.
  • Extensive background in electromechanical assembly. Hands on experience.
  • Ability to read wiring diagrams and follow assembly instructions.

Physical Requirements:

  • Prolonged periods sitting and standing, performing repetitive tasks.
  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds at times.
  • Must have manual dexterity in order to assemble products or machines as directed.
  • Ability to differentiate between colored wires, tabs, and electronic components.

Must be able to meet minimum qualifications to apply.

Rigaku offers a rewarding work environment and excellent benefits. All applicants are kept in strict confidence. Benefits package including Health, Dental, Vision, STD, LTD, Life insurance, section 125 flexible spending accounts, 401(k) plan and more. Rigaku is an EEO/AA Employer Disabled/Veteran. Applicants must be able to prove they can legally work in the US.