Repair, maintain and troubleshoot electrical or mechanical equipment to determine problems in non-functioning electro-mechanical equipment used in the manufacturing process; dismantle, adjust, repair and assemble equipment according to layout plans, blueprints, operating or repair manuals, rough sketches or drawings; use test and diagnostic equipment to perform checks; rebuild manufacturing equipment as required; may perform equipment modifications as directed by manufacturing engineers; performs work of high complexity.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS and DUTIES:
- Perform preventative maintenance and troubleshooting on MIC assembly equipment, including wire bonders, epoxy die-attach machines, eutectic stations, pull testers, plasma cleaner, parallel gap welders, hot plates, ovens, pick & place machines, furnaces and other miscellaneous MIC assembly equipment.
- Outsource repair work in specialty areas; maintain spare parts inventory for MIC assembly equipment including service documentation, MIC tooling, assembly equipment spare parts and equipment storage; order spare parts and tools as necessary.
- Alter existing equipment and determine alternate uses for equipment to improve and enhance results.
- Support process engineering through storage and filing of equipment certification and Statistical Process Control chart documentation.
- Uses LOTO (Lock-Out/Tag-Out) and other safety processes and/or procedures while working on manufacturing equipment.
- Participate in safety training and actively comply with safety policies and practices; maintain a clean and safe workstation.
- Improve and maintain 5S in your area, make suggestions for improvements.
- Participate in Lean/Six Sigma activities in own work area as well as events for other areas to enhance cross-functional problem solving.
- Collaborate in team meetings and activities, including SET team support as appropriate.
- Perform other related duties as assigned.
- Evaluate tools and equipment; repair non-MIC equipment such as meters, electrical and mechanical devices;
- Support solder area temperature controller profiling and repair;
- Train less experienced Equipment Maintenance Technicians.
MINIMUM JOB QUALIFICATIONS: (The following qualifications can be acquired and demonstrated through experience, education and/or vocational training as noted or as appropriate.)
- Six (6) years experience in performing repair and maintenance of electro-mechanical equipment with good manual dexterity and hand-eye coordination; MIC equipment maintenance and repair experience, preferred; High School diploma or equivalent, required; Certificate in Electronics or Electrical Mechanical Repair, preferred; or, Associate of Arts degree in Electronics or Electrical Mechanical Repair, a plus;
- Technical skills: ability to set up test equipment as defined by a documented manufacturing and processes; crossed trained on multiple types of equipment such as saws, lasers, ovens/furnaces and pick and place machines;
- Communication skills: ability to receive messages by telephone, in person, electronically and in writing; ask questions and rephrase statements to clarify meaning; ability to read, interpret and comprehend complex written and verbal instructions; communicate across organizational levels; ability to communicate with quality, integrity and respect in a way that inspires others and encourages innovation and possibilities; proficient English reading level to understand technical terminology used within the organization;
- Math skills: ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals; ability to compute rate, ratio and percent
- Computer skills: exposure to a networked environment using a Windows and/or Windows like interface using Microsoft office suite; ability to use Enterprise-wide information systems such as SAP and drawing-viewing programs
- Time Management & Organizational skills: flexibility and adaptability to changing priorities and assignments; ability to maintain confidentiality;
- Excellence Behaviors: remain engaged, proactive and positive even in tough circumstances; own assignments and be fully accountable for their success; align actions, behaviors and conversations to what matters most; bring out the best in others and recognize the value in every person’s contributions; ability to work independently being proactive to resolve work issues or notify supervisor of resources needed; ability to coordinate with other employees and as part of a team.
May be required to obtain and maintain security clearance, which requires USA Citizenship.
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