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Hunter Engineering Cable Assembler in Raymond, Mississippi

Hunter Engineering Company is a global leader in the development and manufacture of automotive service equipment. Our computer based products set the standard in the industry. We offer an excellent health and benefit package, along with an exceptional drug-free working environment. We are currently seeking full-time, first and second shift experienced Cable Assemblers for our Raymond, MS facility.

To learn more about Hunter Engineering Company, just click the link below...

The Principal Duties and Responsibilities include:

  • Read MOS drawings and ECO's while also receiving verbal instructions regarding work assignments

  • Route and lace cables

  • Attach hardware and seals assembly

  • Replace defective components and wiring

  • Repair defective units rejected by inspection or test personnel

  • Measure and cut wire, cable, outer jacket on cable, and inner wire on cable to required length

  • Strip insulation off of inner wires

  • Perform wire termination and crimp terminals on the end of wires both manually and by machine

  • Solder terminals and plugs on the ends of wire

  • Assemble plugs, connectors, and unique parts onto the cable or wire

Qualifications include:

  • High school diploma or equivalent

  • 1 year prior related experience

  • Must have soldering experience

  • Must have the ability to operate a machine and hand solder

  • Must have the ability to read MOS, blueprint, or other drawing

  • Must have the ability to follow written or verbal instructions

  • 1+ years Electronics experience preferred

  • Must be able to pass background and drug testing

  • Must score a Silver level or above on the Work keys National Career Readiness Certificate administered by the ACT company.

  • Must be computer proficient

External Company URL:

Street: 2489 Clinton Raymond Road