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Share in our success! We are looking for highly capable, enthusiastic problem solvers.

To achieve our goals and meet our customers’ needs, we understand the necessity of cooperation. We work as a team to provide our customers with outstanding customer service and a finished product that meets or exceeds their expectations.

We strive to attract highly capable individuals who will contribute enthusiastically and share in the success that they help make possible. We encourage our employees to continually upgrade their skills through ongoing training and development. We expect our staff to take responsibility for meeting our objectives and goals and encourage innovation and flexibility to reach these objectives.

ETI and ACH offer a competitive employee benefits package designed to support our employees and help them focus on company, family and financial goals.

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Positions Available

Second Shift Assembler

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Harness/Box Build Assembler

  • Perform cable cutting, as required.
  • Ability to use crimping and wire striping tools.
  • Perform wire jacket stripping and inner jacket stripping of wire harnesses.
  • Complete complex cable and harness systems per work instructions and drawings
  • Utilizing a wire layout board route wire and components to create a harness assembly.
  • Wrap and tie wires at designated points to form harness.
  • Assemble electrical components, systems and/or subsystems.
  • Ability to use semi-automatic machines and hand tools.
  • Perform visual and dimensional inspections of first article, in-process assemblies and finished products using measuring tools (tape measure / micrometer / pull test machine)
  • Solder parts or connections between parts
  • Perform other tasks as assigned by the Manager.

Job Requirements

  • High School diploma or GED.
  • Must be able to accurately use measuring tools and do basic math.
  • Must be able to effectively use all tools required for wire harness assembly.
  • Must be able to lift up to 35 pounds.

Hours: Monday – Thursday 2:00pm to Midnight

Secondary Operations and Hand Soldering

Duties and Responsibilities

Reporting to the Senior Engineering Technician, this position uses specialized equipment, such as a soldering iron, or de-soldering equipment, operating at specific temperatures to solder components to a PCB. Soldering is common in electronics manufacturing, where you make precise welds to connect electronic components to the printed circuit board. Since this position requires soldering together very small parts, the craft requires extreme precision. In this position you may also work with hand tools to make precision repairs to failed components, or those installed incorrectly.

  • Manual assembly of electronic and mechanical devices according to assembly instructions, customer specifications and quality standards
  • Hand soldering of various electronic devices (surface mount and through hole) following the J-STD-001 and IPC-A-610 standards
  • Reworking thru-hole and surface mount assemblies including fine pitch components and ensuring that IPC criteria have been met according to the above standards.
  • Component preparation (forming), placement or installation
  • Visual inspection of assemblies per the IPC-A610 standard and customer specific standards
  • Perform functional testing when needed
  • Product and materials packing for shipment
  • Taking part in training and certification programs to ensure job knowledge and skills set requirements are updated regularly
  • Participate in team level quality improvement initiatives
  • In-process Inspection and touch up of thru-hole and surface mount components using microscope.
  • Ability to demonstrate rework skills with de-soldering station and hot air gun.
  • Other duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION

Preferred: Previous experience helpful.

                  Attention to detail a must

                  Will train the right candidate.

Customer Service Specialist, Wisconsin Location

Each employee of ETI/ACH directly shares in the company’s success. We want individuals who are team players, who can help us identify opportunities to drive our business forward. We are agile in our approach, accountable for our actions, and focused on teamwork, we remain committed to our goals each day. Being Innovative and skilled at problem solving will help bring our company to the next level. If you possess these skills, we encourage you to apply today.

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Answer incoming calls and e-mails for your specific customer assignments regarding new quote opportunities, delivery, order changes, expedites, complaints and general customer concerns.
  2. Contact customers via phone or e-mail regarding production issues, delivery issues or suggestions for positive change. Good verbal and written communication skills.
  3. Work with sales, customer, and engineering to acquire necessary manufacturing documentation to be able to provide accurate proposals.
  4. Clarify customer requirements and expectations regarding delivery, pricing, and quality.
  5. Review sales margins when new POs are received and adjust pricing accordingly.
  6. Forward vendor price increases to customer as received from the purchasing team.
  7. Work closely within the sales department (internal and external) to help on-board new customers.
  8. Excellent team skills including the ability to build trust, manage conflict, make commitments, be accountable to management and their peers and be goal/results oriented.
  9. Function as a liaison between the customer and the quality manager, ensuring RMA’s get issued to the customer when a problem has been identified and the customer is considering returning product for rework or credit.
  10. Coordinate RFQ process from start to finish, entering all information into our quote tool, creation of job folder and uploading all documentation files, announcing of the new quote or re-quote opportunity to the team.
  11. Work with the production and scheduling team to stay current on the status of all orders for your customer base. Communicate any changes/delays or manufacturing issues to the customer.
  12. Maintain compliance to current ISO 9001:2015 standards.

Qualifications/Experience/Education

  • Customer service/inside sales experience, preferably in an electronics or technical environment.
  • Associate or bachelor’s degree in a technical discipline a plus.

See Yourself Here:

If you enjoy a challenge and are driven to succeed, come join us! For full- time employees we offer health, dental and vision insurance available after 60 days of employment as well as disability and life insurance after 30 days.  We prioritize safety and strive to create a work/life balance for our employees.

Quality Supervisor, Wisconsin Location

Each employee of ETI/ACH directly shares in the company’s success. We want individuals who are team players, who can help us identify opportunities to drive our business forward. We are agile in our approach, accountable for our actions, and focused on teamwork, we remain committed to our goals each day. Being Innovative and skilled at problem solving will help bring our company to the next level. If you possess these skills, we encourage you to apply today.

Responsibilities

  • Champion the performance of the operational unit relative to key quality metrics, e.g. in-process and final inspection yields, test yields, warranty complaints/defects, Customer Acceptance and CAR/PAR timeliness etc….
  • Maintain compliance to current ISO 9001 Standards.
  • Management Representative for the ISO 9001 Quality Management System.
  • Lead Auditor for the ISO Quality Management System.
  • Develop and implement internal quality improvement programs and initiatives.
  • Effectively interact with Customer Service, Production, Purchasing and Engineering to maintain product quality and launch new products.
  • Monitor business performance by gathering relevant data and providing analysis.
  • Lead the problem-solving process including data collection, trend analysis, root cause analysis and implementation of corrective and preventative actions.
  • Work with the Purchasing/Materials function to resolve all Supplier Quality issues.
  • Act as the customer interface for quality related matters with the customer.
  • Formulate and manage the development and implementation of goals and objectives, policies and procedures pertaining to Quality.
  • Evaluate the capabilities of Quality personnel, provide leadership, and provide/coordinate education and training to keep personnel focused on continuously improving.
  • Coordinate the responsibilities of the staff to assure compliance to the following:
    • Preventive/Corrective Action system
    • Temporary Authorizations
    • Calibration system
    • ISO 9001 Quality Management System
  • Perform DFM and DFA reviews on new and existing products to customer, IPC, and other recognized specifications.
  • Serve as the primary point of contact for all safety-related matters, including conducting regular inspections, identifying hazards, and implementing corrective actions to mitigate risks.

Qualifications

  • 3+ years in an electronics manufacturing environment
  • Knowledge of ISO 9001:2015 standards and audits
  • Knowledge of surface mount technology (SMT) and wave soldering technology.
  • Understanding of IPC standards, including IPC and UL certification (IPC-A-600, 610, 620, or equivalent).
  • Experience in Quality Management Systems.
  • Experience in Quality System Audits
  • A self-starter requiring minimal supervision of day-to-day tasks and ability to lead/work in partnership with cross-functional teams, customers, and suppliers to achieve goals & objectives
Receiving Inspector, Wisconsin Location

Full-time position reporting to the Quality Manager.  This position is accountable for receiving-in all incoming raw material, customer RMAs, equipment, parts, supplies and all other responsibilities as needed including performing measurement and dimensional analysis as required. Must be able to work independently, shift priorities as needed, and work well with others. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Help unload incoming material from trucks as needed.
  • Check incoming material for damage and complete MRR reports for review.
  • Verify part numbers, quantity, package size, unit of measure, etc.
  • Match supplier packing slips to ETI/ACH purchase orders.
  • Document and segregate rejected material for review and disposition.
  • Receive material into ERP system per WI-028 Incoming Inspection.
  • Maintain identification and traceability requirements.
  • Generate and maintain files for PCBs and fabricated parts.
  • Ensure compliance to ISO9001:2015 materials procedures.
  • Must be able to lift up to 35 lbs and up to 70 lbs with assistance.
  • Other duties may be assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION

  • Ability to read and interpret documents including supplier pack slips, certificates of conformance, fabrication drawings for custom components, and circuit board prints.
  • Computer literate with Microsoft Office experience preferred.
  • Background in receiving inspection or visual inspection preferred.
  • High school education / tertiary education desired but not required.
  • Background with GD&T desired but not required.
  • Capability to use measurement tools such as a weigh scale, caliper, pin gauges, etc.

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