Experimental Assembler Salary in Arkansas, United States
The average pay for an Experimental Assembler is $34,819 a year and $17 an hour in Arkansas, United States.
The average salary range for an Experimental Assembler is between $26,141 and $42,046.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Arkansas, United States.
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Assembles, inspects, tests, and adjusts variety of optical, electrical, and mechanical devices on pilot run basis to improve assembly methods and to discover and correct deficiencies in materials, specifications, and equipment prior to production runs: reads and interprets blueprints, diagrams, schematics, and narrative instructions to determine required parts and tools and lays out workbench to provide assembly arrangement.
Assembles components of optical, electrical, or mechanical devices, such as slide projectors, plastic tape dispensers, duplicating machines, and ribbon-bow-making machines, using power tools and handtools.
Inspects, tests, and adjusts assembled devices for specified functioning, using light meter, ammeter, voltmeter, stopwatch, rulers, feeler gauges, spring tension tester, torque tester, and depth micrometer.
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Experimental Assembler Job Listings for Arkansas, United States
Camden, United States
Lockheed Martin Corporation
May disassemble, modify, rework, reassemble, and test experimental or prototype assemblies and subassemblies according to specifications and under simulated conditions. Basic Qualifications: High ...