Fabricate, assemble, modify, repair, test, and provide shop support to production and prototype wire harnesses and electrical assemblies. Identify nonconforming detail parts, assemblies and processes. Work with engineering to improve manufacturing processes. Constructs wire harnesses and panels by cutting, sorting, color-coding, measuring, stripping, crimping, soldering, and routing various lengths, types, and gauges of wire, heat-shrink, and other related materials. Installs wire harnesses and components in panels and other assemblies. Operates tools and equipment such as wire strippers, crimpers, solder iron, wire identification and cutting machines, heat guns, and associated tools. Locates malfunctions and determines type and amount of rework required to repair each unit. Prepares packages for harness fabrication by cutting, labeling, and kitting. Tests wire harnesses, panels, and aircraft electrical systems for continuity and proper functioning. Follows schematics, drawings, and written or verbal instructions to set up and perform duties. Completes paperwork, hardcopy and electronic version, associated with job assignment. Ensure all assemblies and detail parts are free of Foreign Object Debris (FOD) and nonconformances issues. Inspect and evaluate materials, components, sub-assemblies, assemblies, tools and product configuration in compliance with requirements, to observe, measure, and record conformity to customer, regulatory and company specifications. Report all non-conformances to manufacturing supervision or corrective action representative. Prepare rejection tags noting deviations from specifications on dimensions, finishes, material, processes, or quality when required. Follow all safety procedures and reports unsafe conditions to safety officials or manufacturing supervision. Reports job status and restraints to coworkers and supervision. Identifies production inefficiencies and suggests potential improvements to product or process. Knowledgeable and skilled in electrical (wire harness) materials, fabrication and assembly methods and common shop practices.Knowledgeable and able to interpret blueprints, sketches and written and verbal instructions.Knowledgeable and able to apply shop math.Knowledgeable and able to use computer systems for office and shop applications.Skilled in listening and interpersonal participation, and able to work with others as part of a team which includes giving and receiving feedback, and assisting others in completion of tasks.Able to complete and maintain all required training and certifications needed to do your job efficiently.