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Assembly Process Engineer

Company: Rochester Electronics
Location: Newburyport
Posted on: May 4, 2021

Job Description:

The Process Engineer develops and documents manufacturing techniques, materials, tools and processes related to back-end semiconductor assembly Wafer and Die processing operations. Performs analyses and selects techniques to solve problems and enhance product yield and process flows.

-- Establishes high yielding, cost effective processes based on product need and customer requirements.
-- Develop and implement Programs on Automated, Semi-Automated and Manual equipment for internally assembled products supporting Wafer Backgrind, Wafer Mount, Wafer Saw, Pick and Place and 2 nd Optical Die Inspection Processes.
-- Provide support for set-up, trouble-shooting and optimization of Wafer & Die processing equipment for a wide variety or Wafer and Die sizes and technologies - REI and Original Manufacturer sourced.
-- Assume technical leadership role for REI Die Sales jobs, Internal 2 nd Optical Die Inspection, External Customer Service Wafer & Die processing.
-- Continuously improves methods at Wafer & Die processing operations to maximize output using Lean methodology while ensuring Quality is maintained at a high level.
-- Maintains knowledge of new developments in Wafer & Die Processing manufacturing methods and technologies.
-- Creates and maintains documentation for Wafer and Die Processing operations including Process Specifications, Forms and Training guides.
-- Supports and mentors Engineering and Manufacturing Technicians and operators, provides training and skills development.
-- Develops and executes Design of Experiments (DOE) for process optimization utilizing appropriate statistical analysis software, such as JMP, Minitab, Excel Statistics, or equivalent.
-- Establishes processes based on product specifications.
-- Evaluates and validates process and design alternatives based on product manufacturability.
-- Understands intellectual property issues relative to processes being developed.

-- Maintains positive and cooperative communications and collaboration with all levels of employees, customers, contractors and vendors.

-- May serve as member on cross-functional project teams.
-- Understands work environment issues (i.e. OSHA regulations, etc.).
-- Performs other related duties and responsibilities, on occasion, as assigned.

-- Bachelor's degree in engineering discipline
-- Recent college graduates may be considered for this position, relevant technical internship/co-op experience preferred
-- Working knowledge of MIL-PRF-38535, Mil-PRF-38534, MIL-STD-883, ISO9001 and EIA/JEDEC and standards
-- Ability to work independently with little or no direct supervision.
-- Skills:
o Ability to work within a team and as an individual contributor in a fast-paced, changing environment.
o Strong verbal and written communication skills, with ability to effectively communicate at multiple levels in the organization.
o Ability to leverage and/or engage others to accomplish projects.
o Proficient with Microsoft Office-- software suite
o Multitasks, prioritizes and meets deadlines in timely manner.
o Strong organizational and follow-up skills, as well as attention to detail.
-- As a Rochester Electronics employee, it is expected that the individual positively supports the Rochester culture, and maintains strict adherence to work policies and practices set forth within the company.

-- No supervisory responsibility, but provides informal guidance to new team members, as well as training others across multiple shifts.

Social/Environmental Requirements:
-- High level of attention to detail required.
-- Must be adaptable to rapidly changing priorities to fulfill customer needs.
-- Position involves working in multiple manufacturing areas, including areas where chemicals and analytical equipment are being used.
-- Travel to suppliers and customers may be required.

Sensory Requirements
-- Position requires close work, visual monotony and clarity with a microscope.
-- Performs tasks that regularly require good correctable vision, color perception and hand/eye coordination.
-- Must be able to discriminate between high quality standard parts and parts with marginal quality.
-- Must be comfortable with specific gowning requirements in a cleanroom environment, with high levels of background noise.
-- Ability to hear and communicate both in person and over the phone with background noise present.

Physical Requirements
-- Medium levels of physical work; at times needing to exert force or push items of up to 100lbs and lifting 50-100 lbs.
-- Frequent walking in manufacturing areas, including necessary gowning and un-gowning for the specific work area.
-- Must be able to stand for extended period of times on hard surfaces.
-- Occasional twisting and bending as part of daily work. Ability to push/pull/manipulate and grasp work with both hands and reach both above and below shoulder height.
-- Heavy keyboard use, including interaction with multiple computer systems and production equipment interfaces.
-- Frequent endurance with typical spans of > 5 ho urs without a break.

Our company provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.

Keywords: Rochester Electronics, Lowell , Assembly Process Engineer, Other , Newburyport, Massachusetts

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