Arrow Electronics Production Technician I in United States

Position:

Production Technician I

Job Description:

Principal Accountabilities

● The Production Technician I is responsible for performing low complexity builds of computing products in accordance with build plan. Installs system hardware and components.

● Prepare product for assembly; kit and package product.

● Perform builds of low complexity products according to build plan; install system hardware and components.

● Identify and process non-conforming material.

● Maintain product documentation; capture component and system serial numbers.

● Create and apply product labeling.

Job Complexity

● Has limited prior relevant training or work experience

● Contributes directly to specific unskilled tasks or processes

● Has limited discretion to vary from established procedures

Experience / Education

Typically requires a high school diploma and no prior related experience or equivalent related experience. For warehouse jobs: Typically requires 2–5 years of experience. May require specific certifications.

Location:

Columbus (Value Recovery)

Time Type:

Full time

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