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I have an interview next week for an "Assembler/ Wire bonder" position I would like to know everything about this job, like lingo and exactly how it is done. I am a little familiar but I need this job and need to sound smart. Here is the ad. PLEASE HELP!!!! Production Assembler in which their main responsibility will be to operate Automatic Pick & Place, Automatic Wire Bonders and possibly Semi Automatic Wedge. These are the main processes they will be hired for but they could be crossed trained in any other area of assembly if needed. Individuals having experience in one of the following Hi Tech Microelectronics disciplines listed below should apply. We would also be interested in individuals having experience in one of these other disciplines such as PCB board assembly, soldering, fiber optic and surface mount. A minimum of 1 to 2 years experience is preferred, High School Diploma or equivalent.

Asked By: Scott S - 2/5/2009
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Answered By: Winston Smith loved Big Brother - 2/5/2009
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If you do not know what they are talking about, you won't have the 1 to 2 years experience that is preferred. Odds are you will not get the job.
Answered By: Tim - 2/5/2009
take it easy.. and just let them teach u.. or talk to people who already do this job.. and ask them for recommendations i would just find someone who has experience in this job.. and have them as my ''mentor and learn evrything from them''
Answered By: pretty ric - 2/5/2009
If you don't already know about the job then you're probably not qualified. Usually, if you have 1 to 2 years of experience, then you already know enough about the job to appear knowledgeable in the interview.
Answered By: Devon - 2/5/2009
From experience I can tell you that Employers like you to take an interest in THEM. Seriously, what you need to do is do some research on the company, and take an interest in the Employer. Let me give you an example... More
Answered By: declan_oconnor_ministry - 2/5/2009
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