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  • Quality Inspector

    Summary:

    Inspect a wide variety of electronic assemblies, subassemblies, pc boards, box-build, and components to customer documentation as well as industry standards. A level II Inspector shall be able to work with MINIMAL or NO supervision.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities: include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

    Performs inspections on IPC-A-610 Class 1 and 2 assemblies.

    Examines quality of workmanship for conformity to customer documentation and industry standards.

    Performs Line Audits and First Articles Inspection for ALL departments for IPC-A-610 Class 1 and 2 boards.

    Conduct Final Inspection on IPC-A-610 Class 3 boards as assigned by the Group Leader.

    Performs conformal coat inspection as assigned by the Group Leader.

    Follows established procedures for handling nonconforming materials.

    Work in compliance with Microboard, OSHA and SDS safety policies.

    Proficiency with and working knowledge of Microboard Shop Floor Tracking System, Aegis, is required.

    Must become certified to J-STD-001 within 6 months of becoming a level II Inspector.

    Other duties may be assigned.

     Qualifications:

    Have basic component ID and/or soldering knowledge.

    Be competent with using basic hand tools such as a micrometer and/or caliper.

    Must be comfortable reading customer documentation, Microboard Quality Bulletin (QB), and using Aegis.

    Good attention to detail and organizational skills.

    Must be able to effectively work in team environment.

    Communicates and listens effectively in a professional and courteous manner.

    Contributes to a positive, healthy and safe work environment.

    Education and/or Experience:

    High School Diploma or GED

    Language Skills:

    Ability to read and speak English fluently.

    Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos.

    Ability to write simple correspondence.

    Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization.

     

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  • Solderer

    Summary

    Perform soldering tasks throughout the assembly process.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    Perform soldering tasks on electronic assemblies.

    Works as a member of a team under the direction of the production supervisor/lead.

    Capability and ability to maintain production rates and flows.

    Functions under time pressure.

    Gets along with co-workers.

    Follow written instructions and manufacturing process.

    Contributes to a positive, healthy, and safe work environment. Work in compliance with Microboard, OSHA, and SDS safety policies

    Ability to identify good and bad solder joints.

    Accepts change in a positive manner.

    Component identification training is required.

    Proficiency with and working knowledge of Microboard MIS (Aegis) software is required.

    Level Distinction

    Level I. Operator can perform simple soldering tasks under moderate supervision using assembly instructions with high accuracy and moderate speed, including:

    Demonstrate ability to perform lap joints, butt joints, and through hole joints.

    Demonstrate ability to attach solder cup and lug soldering for connector terminations.

    Demonstrate ability to perform wire tinning.

    Education: Minimal industry experience is required.

    IPC 610 Certification preferred.

    J-STD-001 Certification preferred.

    Level II. Operator can perform complex soldering tasks with little to no supervision using assembly instructions with high accuracy and high speed, including:

    Basic knowledge of solder theory.

    Demonstrate ability to install and remove SMT or Through hole components.

    Demonstrate a high level of quality consciousness, adherence to industry standards.

    Education: 3-5 years of industry experience or equivalent.

    IPC J-STD-001 Certification required.

    IPC 610 Certification preferred.

    Solid understanding of basic solder theory.

    Demonstrate the ability to install, remove, and repair all electronic packages.

    Demonstrates the ability to use hot air rework equipment.

    Demonstrate the ability to perform circuit board repairs such as barrel, pad, corner, or etch repairs.

    Demonstrate an excellent understand of industry standards.

    Provide leadership within the company relative to soldering techniques and quality.

    Capable of training and supervising others.

    5 years of industry experience or equivalent.

    IPC J-STD-001 Certification Required.

    IPC 610 Certification Required.

  • Master Scheduler

    Summary

    The Master Scheduler performs their duties as outlined below, working under the guidance and direction of the VP of Operations.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    Develops, publishes, and maintains the Master Production Schedule, balancing inventory, resources and capacity. Negotiates corrective actions to product schedules when dictated by changes in business.

    Acts as liaison between Production, Engineering, Supply Chain, Business Development, and Program Management to control the Master Schedule. Assists other production support groups in achieving corporate goals.

    Assists Program Management in scheduling sales orders and supporting customer requirements.

    Revise production schedules when provided with updated information on capacity or materials.

    Participates in Change Control Board (CCB) activity to ensure engineering changes are consistent with the production plans and inventories. Coordinates Engineering Change Notice effectiveness with Supply Chain, Program Management, and Production.

    Participates in forecasting/planning meetings with Business Development, Finance, and other related departments.

    Develop strategies and work with the operations team on capacity and equipment utilization.

    Document key information for analysis which includes downtime, peak production, inventory, and scheduling accuracy.

    Monitor material flow, identify bottlenecks, troubleshoot issues to root cause and implement corrective actions.

    Generate reports including but not limited to production line capacity, material clear, production status, and on-time delivery. Proactively works with functional owners to review and determine root cause and deploy countermeasures for areas not meeting target.

    Qualifications

    Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

    Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.

    Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.

    Proficient in the following software applications: MRP and MES Systems (INFOR and Aegis preferred), Proficient in Microsoft office i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook, Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from managers and employees.

    Advanced MS Excel (complete statistical analysis to uncover patterns and trend, create charts from table data in various formats, perform calculations and vertical lookups, and create pivot tables from data sets).

    Ability to work productively and cooperatively in a high-volume, fast paced, highly pressured environment

    Knowledge of general accounting; production assembly procedures, techniques and tooling; material and capacity planning and forecasting; and product bill of material procedures.

    Intermediate to expert level knowledge with enterprise systems and databases, INFOR preferred.

    Results-driven to deliver consistent improvement in cycle times, on time delivery and inventory turns.

    Education and/or Experience

    Bachelor’s degree required, preferred in Supply Chain Management or Business

    5 – 10 years of related experience in manufacturing with at least 5 years in Production Planning functions.

    Supervisory or managerial experience preferred

    Professional certification by the American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS) preferred.

    Experience in a regulated industry a plus, medical device, automotive, aerospace

  • Senior Buyer

    Summary

    The Senior Buyer works closely with the Purchasing Team and vendors to ensure company deadlines are met while assisting to drive cost savings and inventory accuracy. They must work independently and prioritize job duties as well as communicate proactively.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    Work closely with Program Management Team to manage the supply chain for various customer programs.

    Monitor Open Purchase Orders and confirm POs with vendor base work to expedite material shortages and maintain PO date accuracy to ensure inventory levels are in balance.

    Pro-actively react to potential material issues to ensure production lines and customer ATP is not negatively impacted.

    Cost integrity – ensure costs do not exceed the Sourcing Team’s estimated costs eroding margins.

    Participate in cost savings projects to enhance program margins.

    Manage customers’ excess material level to quoted goals and work closely with Program Management group to communicate any issues.

    Manage MRO Purchase Orders including consigned material cabinet.

    Review and action non-conforming non-receivable materials.

    Make cost reduction recommendations and leverage best-practices.

    Negotiate and maintain Volume Purchase Discounts for top 10 largest vendors between 5-10%.

    Negotiate and maintain Purchase/Cash Discounts for 95% of vendors targeting discounts between 3-5%.

    Coordinate and communicate inventory availability and all Production Schedule information between various company departments and functions such as Program Management, Materials/Purchasing, Stockroom, Manufacturing, Test, QA and Engineering.

    Take on special projects as needed/directed.

    Perform all duties and responsibilities in accordance with company policies.

    Qualifications

    To perform this job satisfactorily, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.

    Experience with MRP/ERP system.

    Education and/or Experience

    Four to eight years related experience and/or training; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

    Computer (Microsoft Office) skills required.

  • Associate Buyer

    Summary

    The Associate Buyer position works closely with many departments within the Company including but not limited to Program Management, Production and Quality Teams, to ensure company deadlines are met while assisting to drive cost savings and inventory accuracy. The Associate Buyer must work independently and prioritize job duties as well as communicate proactively and effectively utilize Infor ERP/MRP to ensure raw materials are available to support Production needs.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    Work closely with Program Management Team to manage the supply chain for various customer programs.

    Purchase material and services in support of operational and production requirements.

    Manage open Purchase Orders – confirm POs with vendor base work to expedite material shortages and maintain PO date accuracy to insure inventory levels are in balance.  Manage MRO Purchase Orders including consigned material cabinet.  Review and action non-conforming non-receivable materials.

    Create, manage and maintain debit memos while working closely with Finance Team to ensure accuracy.

    Manage material excess at the Program level to ensure budgets are not exceeded.

    Pro-actively alert Program and Production Management Teams of material issues impacting production schedule.

    Take on special projects and other duties as needed/directed.