Cleanroom Power Module Electronics Assembler
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Pompano Beach, Florida, United States
Demonstrate flexibility in a multi-tasking environment and dexterity to build electronic assemblies as part of the GE Aviation Power Conversion & Control business segment.
Perform a series of steps in the manufacturing process of electronic assembly, which are assembled in accordance with drawings, specifications and/or work instructions.
Conduct simple test functions of electronic modules, utilizing basic test equipment. Work from general instructions and technical specifications. Apply technical knowledge to assist Engineering in the testing of products.
Work schedule will be Monday through Thursday, from 6:30am - 5:00pm.
Roles and Responsibilities:
- Perform duties within a cleanroom environment for prolonged periods, requiring use of specific cleanroom (Class 10,000) attire (full cleanroom gowns, hair nets and surgical face masks)
- Fabricate power electronic product from mechanical drawings and written documentation in a cleanroom environment
- Perform assembly steps using a microscope, with little or no assistance, in assembling small components, wiring and soldering, and inspection
- Work on the near-final or final assembly of an electronic modules for electronic power conversion and control product development
- Follow operation sheets, engineering drawings and engineering change orders in completion of the assembly tasks.
- Perform assembly steps in building power modules, with little or no assistance, PC board assembly and soldering, mechanical assembly, and inspection
- Exercises care to ensure that each step in the process is completed correctly and that the part or finished product meets the quality specifications
- Use several types of electrical, electronic, and mechanical test equipment and measuring devices
- Perform acceptance tests and interpret pass/fail or within range test results
- Operate various processing equipment including die bonder, wire bonder, reflow oven, stencil printer, plasma cleaner, vacuum mixer, and ovens
- Recognizes defects within a component or products using inspection devices such as magnifying microscopes, and CSAM
- Maintain a presence in the cleanroom to ensure orderly operations and to support keeping the facility clean.
- Perform operational maintenance of utility systems and equipment and monitor the usage of consumables in cleanroom
- Maintains records as required to charge direct labor time to specific products and/or assemblies
- Performs duties using a variety of hand tools and related production equipment
- Provides training and mentoring for other employees as required
- Performs other routine operations within similar situations as required
- Provides written and/or oral communications concerning a variety of situations
- Keeps workstation, tools and equipment in a neat and orderly manner
- Understands and complies with all Company, safety rules and regulations
- Engages and participates in a self - directed teaming environment
- Commit to production schedules and deadlines
- High School Diploma or GED
- IPC-A-610 Certification
- J-STD-001 Certification
- 3-6 years of manufacturing experience within a cleanroom environment
Skill Level Required:
- Ability to assemble small components and work under a microscope in accordance with specifications
- Requires good manual dexterity and careful handling of small parts in a clean room environment; good hand/eye coordination
- Basic materials knowledge of solder preform/solder paste, conductors, dielectrics, adhesives (conductive, non-conductive), silicone potting
- Skills required in handling basic or simple tools and/or measuring devices such as micrometers, calipers, radius gauges, etc.
- Ability to learn, retain and apply training in test procedures, equipment usage, and reliability inspection requirements.
- Basic computer skills
- Skills requiring the basic ability to interpret drawings, operations sheets and perform in process inspections
- Knowledge of the operation and uses of process equipment including die bonder, wire bonder, stencil printer, soldering system, power device analyzer and Hi-Pot tester
- Work schedule will be Monday through Thurs
- Full time
Posted 12 May 2022
Closes 10 Jun 2022
This job was posted to: Electrical engineer