Process Engineer.

Employer
Annapolis Micro Systems, Inc.
Location
Annapolis, MD
Posted
Jul 19, 2019
Closes
Jul 21, 2019
Ref
217087055
Function
Engineer, IT, QA Engineer
Industry
Engineering
Hours
Full Time
Our production team is a close-knit group of professionals who are upbeat, talented and extremely proud of their work and the cutting edge products they produce. We use state of the art Surface Mount Technology (SMT) and inspection equipment to assemble our own high quality, World Class printed circuit cards.We are searching for a Process Engineer to join our production team and take pride in delivering products to Test with minimal defects.Join us and become part of the future of computing technology!Minimum ResponsibilitiesAbility to Program and Operate all SMT equipment, including Jet Printer and Pick and Place Machine, to place components according to IPC A 610 Class III standards and inspect using AOI, SPI, and X-ray MachinesProgram and Operate Convection Oven , as well as develop Oven ProfilesInspect printing and component placement and ensure proper corrections are acknowledged/performedResponsible for working with Design Engineers to improve manufacturabilityResponsible for Continuous Product Manufacturability Improvements including Corrective Action and Six-Sigma and/or other problem solving methodologies in a manufacturing environment Write, Evaluate and Control process control production procedures for SMT Design to ISO 9001:2015 specificationsPrepare Assembly Documentation, as well as Maintain Assembly LibrariesWhen needed perform all routine maintenance necessary for all of the SMT equipmentMinimum Technical BackgroundExperience in handling SMT components, boards, and tools for assemblyExperience with SMT Line Printer to Oven and all additional equipment in betweenExperience writing and following manufacturing documentation and procedures.Experience following quality standard and inspection requirements to IPC 610 A Class IIIAble to read and understand engineering bill of materials and drawingsMinimum RequirementsBachelors or Masters Degree in EngineeringExperience with DFM ReviewsThermal Profiling, Pb vs RohsHands on experience with continuous improvement manufacturingExperience with the process of assembling PCB'sWorking knowledge of Pick and Place machine, Jet Printer and Convection OvenStrong knowledge SMT components, boards, and tools for assemblyExperience writing and following manufacturing documentation and proceduresExperience following quality standard and inspection requirements to IPC 610 A Class III and ISO 9001:2015 StandardsAble to read and understand engineering bill of materials and drawingsOccasionally some overtime or working on the weekends may be requiredAnnapolis Micro Systems, Inc. was founded in 1982 as a center of excellence in electronics research and design. Since then, we have developed a full WILDTM EcoSystem of boards and systems and software. These high-performance FPGA-based products are utilized by some of the biggest names in the defense, aerospace and commercial sectors. Our products are deployed all around the world on naval ships (signals intelligence), radar stations (signal processing), and on reconnaissance flights (synthetic aperture radar). Our bleeding-edge technology pushes the limits of what is possible in both the electrical and mechanical realms.We offer an excellent compensation package. Benefits include Major Medical and Prescription Drug coverage for you and your eligible dependents with 100% of premiums paid! There is also an innovative 401(k) plan that allows you to manage your choice of investments through a Fidelity brokerage account. Other generous benefits include dental, life, long-term disability, and paid holiday, vacation and sick leave.We are based in beautiful Annapolis, a historic city on the Chesapeake Bay within easy driving distance of Washington DC and Baltimore, MD. Annapolis is the sailing capital of the world, and offers a rich variety of cultural experiences.Annapolis Micro Systems, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).

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