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Electronics Technician - Control Panels - 1st Shift

Franklin, MA 02038

Posted: 09/18/2023 Employment Type: Contract To Hire Category: Manufacturing Job Number: 66123

Job Description

Electronics Technician - Control Panels - 1st Shift

If you want to work for a growing advanced automation company and be responsible for assembly electrical control panels, this temp to hire position is for you! A leader in the industry is looking for an Electronics Technician in Franklin, MA.

Shift of the Electronics Technician:  1st

Pay Rate of the Electronics Technician: $23-24/hr

Responsibilities of the Electronics Technician:
  • Majority of time will be spent wiring panels therefore it is imperative that candidate be proficient at wiring.
  • Install and wire devices such as switches, meters, analyzers, transmitters, etc.
  • Maintain necessary quality control files.
  • Layout of components in various size cabinets.
Requirements of the Electronics Technician:
  • High school diploma or GED
  • Ability to read from wiring schematics and blueprints
  • 1-2 years of Electro-Mechanical Assembly
  • Read, write, and communicate in English

Electronics Technicians apply today! 

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