Do you like working a set schedule? Do you enjoy getting a weekly paycheck? This is a great opportunity to work in a fast-paced team environment assisting with identifying product problems. If you have experience working with PCB Boards, this may be a great opportunity to grow/learn with a well-established company.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Preparation of final cross sections from each work order.
- Grinding machine preparation of cross sections.
- Perform thermal stress/shock and solderability tests on microsection coupons and/or boards.
- Maintaining traceability of cross section to product lot and panel source.
- Proper setup, use, cleaning, and shutdown of microsection equipment.
- Evaluation of cross sections to the IPC, military, or customer/drawing requirements for final quality.
- Report generation of microsection analysis.
- Maintenance of archived microsection reports-hard copies and electronic copies.
- Maintenance of archived microsections.
The essential functions of this role include:
- working in a smoke free environment
- wearing steel toe shoes
- working up to 12 hrs of overtime per week
- working weekends
- PCB Board Experience
- Computer Skills
- Years of experience: 1 year
- Experience level:Experienced
Working hours: 5 AM - 1:30 PM
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