DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
- Assumes responsibility for ongoing performance of current process and procedures.
- Reviews all existing processes and procedures on a regular basis to ensure highest level of quality is achieved, troubleshoot and repair as necessary.
- Reviews of work instruction data on frequent basis for clarity and suggest/implement improvements if required.
- Conducts Process development experiments to ensure operation at optimal performance and to keep abreast of process improvements.
- Recommends and implements positive changes to product or processes (along with supporting data) which would improve cost, delivery, and quality for the customer.
- Monitors all process modifications and equipment changes and report as necessary.
- Assures process or product adheres to the organization’s quality program and recommends corrective actions.
- Reviews all stencil orders and provide custom instructions to stencil supplier as necessary.
- Maintains stencil logs.
- Provides training on specific equipment as required, evaluates new equipment if necessary.
- Designs equipment and fixtures as necessary to fulfill customer requirements.
- Maintains instrument calibration and ESD systems for manufacturing and stock room areas
- Displays willingness to make decisions; exhibits sound and accurate judgment; supports and explains reasoning for decisions.
- Follows policies and procedures according to company policy.
- Able to work under pressure to meet strict deadlines and goals.
- Completes tasks correctly within a fast paced environment while paying close attention to detail.
- Observes safety and security procedures.
- May include interviewing, training employees, and resolving problems.
- College degree preferred.
- 3 years of related experience and/or training.
- Basic computer skills, plus experience with word processing, spreadsheet, and internet software necessary.
- Must be able to identify standard electronic components.
- Familiar with IPC-A-610 standards.
- Regular attendance is required.
Ability to work overtime may be required on an occasional basis.
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