The Calibration Technician ensures Wasco product is calibrated timely and efficiently and within specified tolerances.

Wasco is dedicated to the health and safety of its team members. This position requires full-time presence in the building, where many measures are in place to combat the spread of COVID-19. Wasco team members are considered essential workers as Wasco is included in two CISA-defined Critical Infrastructure Workforces (Critical Manufacturing and Defense Industrial Base).

At Wasco, words matter. There is a reason we have “team members” and not employees. When you are part of a team, it’s important to know not only what you are working towards but also what you are working for. An employee has a job and works for a boss. A team member has a role and works towards a purpose. We use what we have, communicate, collaborate, and cooperate. We don’t quit when we hit an obstacle because we believe progress happens one step at a time. The Wasco team is like a family, we respect, encourage and support each other, in good times and hard times. If you can’t laugh at yourself or you can’t stand Tri-Tip, potlucks, and donuts, you don't need to apply.


Job Duties:

Primary responsibility is to support Production Manager with completion of sub-level components

Assemble switch bodies by automated welding, cutting, and soldering wires, using an epoxy dispenser to set components and component cleaning

Test and verify the performance of switch and sensor components at a sub-assembly and final assembly level through pressurized test equipment under the supervision of the Production Manager

Physically track job materials within the assembly shop and prepare them for the assembly process

Interpret engineering drawings and assembly and test procedures.

Support and implement processes.

Perform other duties as assigned

Physical Requirements:

Ability to lift 50 lbs. at chest level several times a day

Good hand and eye coordination with demonstrated manual dexterity and fine motor skills for precision calibration and assembly of small parts

Ability to see the full spectrum of colors and track fine details visually to discover defects in parts or processes


Knowledge of drawings, schematics, diagrams, and technical orders 

Basic tooling including manual and pneumatic crimpers, digital meters, digital calipers, and calibration equipment

Time management and communication skills,


Ability to read, understand, and speak English.

General Requirements:

Soldering, laser welding, and clean room experience preferred. 

Minimum Education Requirement: High School Diploma or equivalent. 

Minimum Experience Requirement: 1 year within a product manufacturing environment.

Must be authorized to work in the United States without company sponsorship.

Must be available to work extra hours to ensure Wasco meets customer expectations as well as company financial goals.

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