- Posted: over a month ago
- Benefits: 401k, dental, life insurance, medical, vision,
Will assemble complex mechanical and electrical components to support the build process of custom simulation firearm assembly systems. Able to maintain supporting production needs of low to medium production volume recoil kits for firearms. The production designs are complex electronic and mechanical assemblies that incorporate state of the art, electronically controlled firearm components to allow advanced simulator training in a safe environment with realistic weapon recoil and accuracy.
- Must be able to demonstrate some electrical Circuit board assembly and repair skills. This would include surface mount soldering experience and through hole component soldering skills per IPC-A-610. Candidate will be required to demonstrate basic solder skills using quality soldering techniques.
- Must have a limited understanding of electronics and be able to use basic test/troubleshooting tools such as volt/ohm meters and basic digital scopes.
- Good Dexterity and hand/eye coordination is required. This position will be involved with daily production assembly of electrical and mechanical assemblies that frequently requires handling/installation of complex small electrical components (down to 0201 chip resistors) and hardware down to 0-80 screws.
- Must be able to work using a microscope for extended periods
- Proficiency with mechanical hand tools (wrenches, screw drives, pliers, etc.) and basic machine tools (drills, Dremel tools, grinding wheels, drill press, band saw, etc.) is required.
- Basic electrical assembly aptitude for focused quality assembly /test/troubleshoot/repair of small electrical and mechanical systems/parts in a repeating production environment is required.
- Experience in a high reliability manufacturing environment is required.
- Able to read a complex multilevel bill of material and pull parts required for production builds.
- Basic principles of stock management and part procurement are a plus.
- Must be able to follow work instructions and perform repeating tasks in a low to medium volume manufacturing environment.
- Must have a desire to learn.
- Perform daily and weekly shop cleanup and organization.
- Comply with department ISO 9001 processes and company quality policy.
- Manage and log time worked daily by project code
- Provide miscellaneous support to other departments, as needed.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Have some programming skills using Atmel or similar software.
- Meets all the level 3 MAT requirements at a minimum.
- Must be comfortable working with firearms and follow safety protocols.
2. Problem Solving
3. Personal Effectiveness/Credibility
4. Troubleshooting ability
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. Frequently the employee will be required to stand; walk; sit and use hands or fingers, handle or feel; and reach with hands and arms. Ability to occasionally lift up to 25 to 30lbs. Working with basic hand and machine tools as well as small parts which require visual acuity and hand/eye coordination. Requires ability to work on items repetitively.
Education and Experience:
- High school or technical school graduate
- 5 years previous experience in electrical assembly
- Small part assembly experience a plus
- IPC-A-610 certification a plus
Full time position consisting of 40+ hours per week; normal hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 4:00pm. This position may require long hours and weekend work due to production, rework or customer deadlines.
Pre-employment drug test and background test
Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity
VirTra is a conscientious, high-growth, fast-paced judgmental use of force simulation training company specializing in military and law enforcement. VirTra helps prepare law enforcement officers for real-life incidents so they and the communities they serve can remain safe.
Each real-world judgmental use of force training simulator has surreal scenarios that provide an in-depth look into human performance.
VirTra helps prepare law enforcement officers for real-life incidents so they and the communities they serve can remain safe. Each real-world judgmental use of force training simulator has surreal scenarios that provide an in-depth look into human performance. The demands on law enforcement to make critical decisions in tense, uncertain and rapidly evolving situations require that the human performance aspect of cognitive neuroscience and human physiology are taken into account as part of the police training methodology. Research on how to best use law enforcement simulation technology is taken into account within what VirTra does. Training scenarios are filmed in superior quality and contain the full fidelity of real actors—thus eliminating ‘video game’ training. VirTra’s extensive branching options further increase the realism by allowing scenarios to unfold based on the instructor, trainee or team’s decisions.
295 E. Corporate PlaceChandler, AZ
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