Neotech Process Engineer, San Marcos in San Marcos, California
Support current manufacturing processes related to manufacturing equipment used in the factory, including but not limited to: screen printer, pick & place, reflow, wave, selective soldering, AOI and 5DX.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Adhere to all ESD requirements and Board Handling.
Use of Moisture Sensitive Device (MSD) handling requirements based on component moisture sensitive levels (MSL).
Program, troubleshoot & maintain manufacturing process equipment as required as referenced in the summary section.
Support engineering initiatives in evaluating: solders, fluxes, new equipment (installations) and recommends solutions both tactically and strategically.
Monitor and maintains Aqueous cleaner and Ionic contamination testing equipment to acceptable standards while conforming to customer/IPC requirements.
Initiate process improvements through effective evaluations of test/yield data and manufacturing defects and make adjustments to process equipment accordingly.
Create, present, and obtain approval for capital investment programs.
Work with Production to develop and direct opportunities that affect revenues, costs and processes.
Prepares and submits reports, as required.
Provides guidance to machine operators/production employees and shows alternate methods of solving or preventing process, business, or technical problems.
Interacts with other functional and business groups or with outside vendors.
Complies with Environmental Health and Safety regulations.
Support and follow all ISO standards related to OnCore’s various Quality Management Systems. These systems may include, but are not limited to, quality, the environment, health, safety and security.
Support all corporate and site 6S objectives.
Perform all other duties, as assigned.
Job Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Ability to train to IPC-A-610.
Computer proficiency in Microsoft Office and related applications.
Knowledge of Surface Mount Technology, Documentation Control, Wave Soldering Technology.
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or similar discipline.
5 years working in the Electronics Industry.
Experience with lead free processes preferred.