Electronic assemblers generally work for assembly or manufacturing plants. Shift work is common, since manufacturing is done around the clock. Most plants are located in large urban centers where there is good access to parts, services, and customers.
As an electronic assembler, your primary duties are to assemble electronic parts, such as circuit boards, mount them into larger assemblies or casings, ensure the proper soldering and installation of electric wiring, and test or troubleshoot equipment before it is put into or returned to service.
Electronic assemblers tend to work on assembly lines and within manufacturing settings. You will usually collaborate with other fabricators and engineers to ensure that devices are assembled according to specifications.