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Careers

Is your future with Hydra-Electric?

At Hydra-Electric, we are committed to recruiting, hiring, and developing the best talent. We are looking for innovative thinkers and diligent workers who will make our company and products thrive. Whether you are an engineer, machinist, drafter, accountant, sales representative, assembler, or maintenance mechanic, you can find a bright future with us.

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Hydra-Electric is an EEO/AA employer. Please explore our current job opportunities:

Available Positions

  • Assembler

    Overview: Positions parts in specified relationship to each other, using hands, tweezers, or tongs. Bolts, screws, clips, cements, or otherwise fastens parts together by hand or using hand tools or portable power tools. Frequently works at a bench as a member of the assembly group assembling one or two specific parts and passing units to another worker. Job Level / Skills:  In addition to the duties & skills listed above, the following skills are required for each level, provided that the individual is certified and applies them in their current...

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  • Micro-Electronics Assembler II

    Overview: The Micro-Electronics Assembler II is responsible for performing soldering operations utilizing knowledge of current IPC and J-STD-001 standards to assemble Transducers and populate/rework PCBs on the production floor. Duties and Responsibilities:   Assembles and solders lead wires to terminals and SMD pads Performs visual inspection of solder joints per IPC-A-610 and J-STD-001 workmanship requirements Performs assembly tasks such as potting and curing of adhesives, surface preparation and cleaning Assembles electrical and electronic components for top level assemblies, sub-assemblies, and cable assemblies. Reads schematic drawings to assemble wiring, electrical components, cables, PCBs,...

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  • Maintenance Mechanic – Mechanical

    Overview: The Maintenance Mechanic-Mechanical keeps machinery and equipment in good repair. Duties and Responsibilities: Examines machines for defects in operation, replaces defective parts, makes necessary adjustments to ensure efficient operation; produces replacement parts only in an emergency Uses a variety of hand and power tools as required Keeps electrical equipment, such as wiring, motors, switches, switchboards and electric mechanisms in good repair Makes new electrical installations as well as replacing defective wiring and making connections and cleaning and oiling motors, and repairing electrical fixtures Conducts operational tests and repairs equipment...

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