|Top view of the connector|
|Bottom view of the connector|
The pads on the PCB in question are only complete for the power and ground pins
Before starting, it can be helpful to bend the required pins down a little, and the unnecessary pins up and out of the way
The first step is to tack down one corner with the pins properly aligned.
Then, you can take a close look with a magnifying glass and verify that the pins are aligned. With only one corner tacked down it is easy to re-heat the pad and re-position the jack.
Once you are comfortable that the pins are properly aligned, tack down the other three corners so the part is now secure.
Finally, heat the Vdd pad and flow a little solder onto the pad. Wait a bit with heat on the pad and the pin will heat up and wick the solder onto the pin.