Details for Assemblers of Small Electronic Parts
Assemblers of Small Electronic Parts Day and Swing shift assembler openings Are you ready to begin a new opportunity at a good place to work? Assemblers start @ $11.32/hr on day shift or $12.07/hr on swing shift, with regular pay increases as skills are developed. We have full-time openings for Assemblers on both day and swing shifts. No experience necessary, we will train you! Benefits after 60 days with good performance including Vacation, Sick Leave, 9-Paid Holidays, 401(k), Profit Sharing, plus Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance Plans. Our people work respectfully together in our family friendly work environment. We provide consistently stable work schedules of day shift (7:00 am to 3:30 pm) or swing shift (3:30 pm to 12:00 am), Monday thru Friday! Individuals who enjoy crafts, needlepoint, knitting, pottery CADDOCK and sewing, which require high dexterity and patience for precise repetitive tasks are good at these assembly positions where very small devices are assembled by hand. Individuals must get along very well working in a team environment, and should be able to work at a productive pace with great attention to quality. Caddock Electronics, Inc. is a world leader in high performance resistor products. Caddock has been in business for over fifty years and offers very stable employment opportunities. You can see more about us at caddock.com. Caddock Electronics Inc. 17271 North Umpqua Highway Roseburg, OR 97470 (541) 496-0700 email: email@example.com Located east of Roseburg on Hwy 138
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