Engineering & Technical

Micro-Electronic Assembler (REQ# 2358)

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  • Location:

    Nashua, United States

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  • Contact:

    Bryan Johnson

  • Published:

    about 6 years ago

Micro-Electronic Assembler (REQ# 2358)

Position Description
  • Works from engineering design drawings, diagrams, schematics, or written instructions to build and test optical subassemblies, opto-mechanical, and/or electro-optical assemblies.
  • Assembles, bonds and performs other joining techniques from specific instructions.
  • Must be familiar with working with a wide variety of adhesives and epoxy's.
  • Experience and understanding of military criteria.
Skills Required
  • Assembles and disassembles subassemblies and systems by following specific instructions.
  • Completes mechanical assemblies with various types of mechanical parts using standard and special tools.
  • Knowledge of basic hand and power tools used for mechanical assembly.
  • Ability to use fine motor skills to place and maneuver small parts and tie repeated knots with lacing.
  • Ability to follow process sheets for mechanical assembly and minor repairs.
  • Must be familiar with working with a variety of adhesives and epoxy's.
  • Experience and understanding of military criteria.
  • Basic knowledge of lean manufacturing and a willingness to share ideas for process improvements is desired.
Skills Preferred    
Experience Required
  • Must have 7-10 years of assembly and solder experience with military hardware against IPC 610, MIL STD 883 and J-STD-001 with active solder certifications.
  • Must have the ability to read blueprints, process sheets and other related documentation used for manufacturing complex electro-optical assemblies and subassemblies.
  • Must have a high level of mechanical aptitude and the ability to work under a microscope to inspect their work.
  • Must have optical assembly experience with military hardware.
  • Must be familiar with proper handling and inspection of optics including interpreting scratch/dig criteria and recognizing cosmetic coating anomalies.