Careers

Assembler (Filters, RLA, Rigid Line, TV)

Assemblers perform complex and difficult manual operations in connection with assembly or manufacture of a product utilizing a variety of tools and equipment according to required specifications. ERI fills the position of
“Assembler” in many departments. Assemblers are encouraged to be proficient in all departments and may be rotated as needed to meet demands.

Crater/Packer

Fabricates wooden crates or boxes using woodworking hand tools and powered tools; packs large or odd shaped objects.

Production Tuning Technician

Tuning Technicians are responsible for the assembly, tuning and testing of FM and TV Antennas as well as FM and TV Filter systems using mechanical drawings, engineering specifications and oral information under occasional supervision.

Welder (MIG, Stick, TIG, Silver Braze, Structural, Antenna, Rigid Line, TV Tuning)

ERI applies the position “Welder” to employees with specialized technical expertise and work experience in bonding metals together by applying heat or electricity. The combination of expertise and experience is used to categorize Welders by Level 1, 2 or 3. There are several types of welding processes that ERI utilizes, such as Stick (SMAW), MIG, TIG Welding and Silver Brazing. Welders are encouraged, but not required to be proficient at all techniques.

 

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Careers with Electronics Research Inc

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If you prefer to apply in person, a paper copy may be obtained at the address below. Or if you would like to submit an application online, please download and complete the form below. Then, mail or email the form to Debbie Linberg or print and mail the form to:

Debbie Linberg
HR Manager
Electronics Research, Inc.
7777 Gardner Road
Chandler, IN 47610

Download: Employment Application.