• IT Associate

    POSITION SUMMARY: The IT Associate should be proficient in Microsoft office Tools (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook), and able to acquire a basic working knowledge of company services to assist staff with various functions such as updating and maintaining Microboard’s Procedural Manual for support service functions, equipment, and meeting functions, capability to identify, diagnose, and resolve Level One problems for users, computer software and hardware, network, internet security, and new computer technology in a fast-paced environment, communicating solutions to end-users. The IT Associate position also requires the ability to perform minor desktop hardware repair for PC computer equipment and peripherals, installing local area network cabling, phone system and equipment such as network interface cards, hubs and switches, creating materials for end-user frequently asked questions and user documentation.

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  • Test Technician I


    Perform all aspects of board level and system level testing along with troubleshooting. Technician should be familiar with Analog, Digital, Control, Memory, I/O, FPGA, CPLD, High Speed Digital, RF, and Power circuits is a plus, but not required. Should be familiar JTAG Boundary Scan, PIC programming test equipment: Oscilloscopes, RLC Meters, DVMs, Automatic Test Equipment (ATE), Signal Generators, Spectrum Analyzers, Network Analyzers, Programmable Power Supplies, and X-RAY.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities
     include the following. Perform Impedance test and functional test to electronic assemblies according to Microboard’s Test Procedures or Customer’s Test Procedures, Operates Automatic Test Equipment (ATE), Flying Probe, Customer Specific Test Equipment (CSTE), responsible for meeting daily production goals, functions under time pressure, maintaining cleanliness and organization of test area, proficiency with working knowledge of Microboard’s Shop Floor. Tracking System (Aegis) software is required and other non-test related duties may be assigned.


  • Quality Inspector


    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.


    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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  • Process Engineering Technician

    Duties and Responsibilities

    Provides support to machine operators for programming, setup, fixtures and other manufacturing tasks.

    Develop stencils, reflow profiles and various fixtures to support production.

    Reviews industry and manufacturing techniques, and suggests improvements to these techniques in
    order to increase efficiency of overall manufacturing processes.

    Facilitates on going improvements to the manufacturing process.

    Resolves basic manufacturing issues and questions.

    Works on time studies, line balancing and 5S / Lean initiatives.

    Prepare various assembly documentation.

    Develop and maintain program libraries and logs.

    Education and Experience

    Prior on-the-job experience of at least 2 plus years in same or similar industry.

    Experience in handling SMT and TH components, boards, and tools for assembly.

    Experience with SMT Line equipment.

    Writing and following manufacturing documentation and procedures.

    Following quality standard and inspection requirements to IPC 610 A Class II and III.

    Proficient in Microsoft office Tools, ie, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.

    Cooperates with supervisors, co-workers and works as a team.

    Organized, adaptable, professional and able to follow instructions.

    Ability to multi task within multiple groups

    Manages stress well without panicking and maintaining professionalism at all times.

    Needs to be detail oriented and organized

    Willing to work overtime or on the weekends

    Knowledge of CAD, CAM350, GerbTool and similar programs is a plus.

  • Solderer


    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.

  • Business Development Manager


    Reporting to the VP of Business Development, the Business Development Manager for the medical market is responsible for identifying, qualifying and closing manufacturing opportunities in the medical device market that align with the business model of Microboard.  In addition, the position is responsible for identifying extensions of the company’s value propositions relevant to the medical device market that enhance revenue, profitability, and customer retention.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    Engages current relationships with key decision makers at targeted accounts to develop opportunities.

    Leverages personal industry network to generate lead flow of new qualified opportunities.

    Develops and executes sales strategy required to penetrate qualified prospects.

    Develops relationships within prospects to understand needs and to qualify opportunities.

    Develops understanding of primary decision triggers and overcomes objections.

    Influences decision makers in the disciplines of supply chain, quality, engineering, and manufacturing.

    Qualifies business cases with the potential for mutually beneficial long-term customer relationships.

    Orchestrates company resources to assist in the closure of qualified opportunities.

    Researches the market to understand requirements, needs, trends, and competitive advantages.

    Follows up on quotes by phone, email, and personal visits.

    Travels as necessary to targeted geographies in support of lead generation and opportunity closure.

    Assists in developing medical market strategy, value propositions, and marketing tactics.

    Identifies, recruits, and trains Manufacturers Reps to enhance business development efforts.

    Engages industry suppliers, distributors, trade organizations, and media to foster Microboard brand awareness.

    Identifies and attends industry tradeshows and conferences and hosts exhibit booths as necessary.

    Accompanies prospects to the factory for audits and qualification.

    Forecasts timing and scope of opportunity closure.

    Communicates internally for successful opportunity closure and transition to program management.

    Communicates effectively in a professional and courteous manner.

    Presents company content to management and executive audiences

    Education and Experience

    Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, supply chain, or engineering.

    Minimum 10 years of experience in medical sales/business development of products/services.

    Background in the Electronic Manufacturing Services market preferred.

  • Business Development Specialist


    Reporting to the VP of Business Development, the Business Development Specialist supports the execution of the marketing and customer acquisition process in collaboration with others using the internet, software, social media, webinars, email, events, and internally generated content.  In addition, the role tracks and reports customer engagement activity, and researches customer targets, competitor offerings, and market conditions. Takes direction from CFO and Director of Program Management as required.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    Conducts market research and analysis on competitors, trade organizations, and government agencies

    Researches potential targets for the sales funnel

    Qualifies customer leads through research, email, phone and social media contact

    Manages company social media accounts and content management

    Posts content on website and social media accounts and develops reporting on traffic

    Plans and executes external content marketing automation using integrated third-party tools

    Follows up on qualified leads using marketing content and tools

    Manages data and reporting using the customer relationship management (CRM) tool

    Enters requests for quotes from prospects into the ERP system

    Follows up on quotes with internal Program Management team

    Delivers analysis and reports on quoting and revenue operations activity

    Manages Key Performance Indicator (KPI) data and monthly reporting

    Assists with content development, rollout of marketing materials, campaigns, and events

    Supports Program Managers on assigned accounts as required

    Travel as required, less than 15%

    Education and Experience

    Bachelor’s degree in marketing or related field is desirable.

    3-5 years of experience in sales and/or marketing is desirable

    Experience with CRM systems and/or marketing automation software is desirable

    Experience using social media platforms for business outreach preferred is desirable

  • Janitor

    Duties and Responsibilities

    Assists in keeping the interior and exterior facilities clean and safe.

    Daily cleaning of restrooms and stocking of toiletries.

    Empty waste bins from conference rooms, offices, and cafeteria.

    Cleaning of cafeteria microwaves, tabletops, refrigerators, etc.

    Disinfecting common area door handles, railings, and lockers.

    Floor maintenance including mopping, sweeping, buffing, stripping, and waxing.

    Stock and maintain supply rooms.

    Responsible for using chemicals and/or cleaners per SDS specifications.

    Notifies management concerning need for repairs.

    Assist with minor facility projects such as painting, equipment installation, moving furniture, etc. as needed.

    Qualifications, Education and Experience

    Able to work flexible hours to support Production/Facility needs.

    Experience working in a fast-paced manufacturing environment.

    Self-starter that can achieve results with minimal supervision, true sense of urgency.

    Must be able to work on their feet the majority of the day.

    Must be able to occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 lbs. without assistance.

    High School Diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

    Good communication skills in English, both written and verbal.

    Good understanding of OSHA safety standards.

    Experience working on floors buffing, waxing, etc. a plus.

    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.

  • Assistant Buyer


    The Assistant Buyer position works closely with many departments within MPI 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. They must work independently and prioritize job duties as well as communicate proactively.  As an Assistant Buyer they must effectively utilizes Infor ERP/MRP to ensure raw materials are available to support Production needs.

    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 as needed/directed.

    Education and Experience:

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

    Experience with MRP/ERP system.

    Computer (Microsoft Office) skills required.

    Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.

    Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs.