Electromechanical Assembler in Carson, CA at Ducommun

Date Posted: 9/20/2023

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Electromechanical Assembler

On a production basis, performs light electronic and/or electromechanical assembly of moderate to high complexity.   

Who are we?

Founded in 1849, Ducommun is the oldest company in California. Starting as a hardware supply store during the California Gold Rush and eventually assisted in the birth of the aerospace industry in Southern California by providing aircraft aluminum to early aerospace pioneers like Lindbergh, Douglas and Lockheed. 

Today Ducommun is a global provider of innovative manufacturing solutions for customers in the aerospace, defense and industrial markets. We specialize in electronic and structural systems, producing complex products and components for commercial aircraft platforms, mission-critical military and space programs, and sophisticated industrial applications. 

Our Facility in Carson, CA is our Engineered Products Group location, which houses our Human Machine Interface, Motion Control Device, Radiofrequency Departments

Why Ducommun?

  • Excellent company culture – as recognized by Newsweek’s Top 100 Most Loved Workplaces
  • Clean and climate controlled working environment
  • Opportunity for career growth
  • Great benefits including paid vacation and sick time, 401K match, Employee Stock Purchase Program, annual bonus plan, and tuition reimbursement

Job Summary


  • Able to work with parts or components which require special care in handling or other procedures which require good dexterity, hand and eye coordination, variety of hand tools and simple test equipment
  • Coil winding – winding coils from old and new CNC based winder
  • Magnet wire insertion – primary and redundant.
  • Phase separation and insulation
  • Lacing and wire pre-forming (end turns) assemble parts using different types of tooling to achieve desired results.
  • Lead/magnet wire strain relief
  • Impregnation and cure. Bond parts using adhesives and special bonding fixtures
  • Clean for test/inspection and complete magnet /lead wire connections.
  • Procedures may involve soldering
  • Must be able to interpret instructions to mix various epoxies and paints for marking bonding.
  • Work with fluidize bed for epoxy powder coating process, ovens, pneumatic and hand presses
  • May make minor procedural decisions in soldering, fitting, etc., but always within established guidelines


  • Work from detailed blueprints or other input documents such as AI’s, PI’s and SWI’s of similar complexity with some level of supervision.
  • Plan work sequences under Cell Lead or Supervisor supervision


  • Must complete all assigned paperwork, and perform other duties as assigned or required by the position


Required Skills and Qualifications

  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals
  • Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral or diagram form
  • Soldering experience JSTD required
  • Must be able to work under a 10X microscope

Required Experience and Education

  • Vocational, High School diploma, or general education degree (GED); or 1-year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Should have familiarity in reading and interpreting documents such as blue prints or mechanical drawings
  • Basic knowledge of the types of Electronic Components is a must.

This is a generic job posting for an Electromechanical Assembler.  Depending on the candidate’s skills, qualifications and experience, they will be hired into an entry (I) level, intermediate (II) level or expert (III) level job and pay scale.

Equal Opportunity Employer Veterans/Disabled

23301 S. Wilmington Ave
Carson, California, 90745
United States

Equal Opportunity Employer Veterans/Disabled