[POSITION FILLED] Job - Engineering Assistant / QC / Assembler (Arroyo Grande, CA)

jfleenor

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Doug Fleenor Design, Inc. has been providing engineering solutions to the entertainment lighting industry since 1990. We are a small engineering and manufacturing firm based in the San Luis Obispo area of the central coast of California. Our products are known for quality and reliability. The company is highly respected for its customer service.

Compensation: $18 per hour to start; increase upon completion of 90 day probationary period.
Employment type: Part time to start.

What You Will Be Doing
- Electronic assembly
- Quality control
- Testing of circuit boards and finished products
- Packaging and Receiving

What You Need for this Position
- Experience in circuit board assembly and soldering
- Flexibility and desire to work where job descriptions do not really apply
- Ability and willingness to fill and package orders
- Ability to communicate well
- Experience in the entertainment industry is helpful
- Ability to work effectively in a constantly changing situation, with minimal guidance
- Desire to work in a very small company
- Ability to work well with the rest of the staff in a very non-traditional setting
- Attention to detail
- Ability to lift up 50lbs
- Basic computer [Windows] experience

This is a completely smoke-free environment.

What's In It for You
- Competitive salary
- Benefits package
- Small firm where you can make a difference and see projects through from start to finish

Please send me your resume and a short paragraph about why you chose to respond to this job ad; I will confirm when I receive it.

Reliable transportation required. Full COVID-19 vaccination required: https://myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov/
 
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TimMc

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I wish I were nearby...
 

Amiers

Renting to Corporate One Fixture at a Time.
What’s the pay after 90 days. I also wish I was closer. Working for DFD is right up there with working for ETC in my book.
 

jfleenor

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What’s the pay after 90 days. I also wish I was closer. Working for DFD is right up there with working for ETC in my book.
Hi Amiers!
Low-to-mid $20s for the first year at least, increasing as the person gets familiar with the role and work. It has traditionally been an hourly full-time position with full-time benefits, so that would be one of the potential increases as well. This position was eliminated with COVID, but things are beginning to look up!
 

Amiers

Renting to Corporate One Fixture at a Time.
Hi Amiers!
Low-to-mid $20s for the first year at least, increasing as the person gets familiar with the role and work. It has traditionally been an hourly full-time position with full-time benefits, so that would be one of the potential increases as well. This position was eliminated with COVID, but things are beginning to look up!
Yes they are, I hope you find some.
 

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