Micro-Electronics Assembler Job
Job Description Job Attributes+
Division - Narda-MITEQ-20000044
Hauppauge, NY, US
Day - 1st
The Micro-Electronics Assembler will work closely with, Manufacturing Engineering, Test and Inspection on existing and new products in a clean room environment. This position requires steady hands for handling ultra miniature materials which may only be visible through microscopes. The employee will be receive on the job training as needed but will need to be comfortable working independently. Individual will have daily assembly responsibilities with minimal supervision.
Assemble micro-electronic components using manual techniques with minimal supervision using provided work instructions.
Utilizing processes such as:
Gold ball bonding
Perform Continuous Process Improvement projects.
Use good judgment and decision-making skills.
Maintain professional standards of performance, demeanor, and judgment at all times.
Collaborates with Manufacturing Engineering to determine root cause of failures and identify potential rework or repair opportunities.
Maintain high ethical standards.
Support OT (nights, weekends, extended hours) as needed to meet schedule requirements and business needs.
Other responsibilities as assigned by Management.
Hands on experience and understanding of micro-electronics product assembly processes, techniques, and tools such as die/substrate attach, gold ball bonding, wedge bonding, gap & laser welding.
Previous experience in optoelectronic / microelectronic / hybrid / semiconductor assembly is needed. This position requires steady hands for handling ultra-miniature materials which may only be visible through microscopes.
Duties include performing epoxy die attach, wire bonding, opto-mechanical assembly and soldering, optical testing.
Must have the ability to work
with intricate parts that require a high attention to detail.
Must be able to sit for extended periods of time.
Experience with new build and repair is a plus.
Experience working in a clean room environment is a plus.
The employee will receive on the job training as needed, but must be comfortable and experienced to work independently
Equal Opportunity Employer – minorities / females / veterans / individuals with disabilities / sexual orientation / gender identity.
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