- Under the direction of the NPI manager and/or supervisor creates and develops first article for firmware programming per customers technical specifications and by analyzing technical data to determine appropriate setup criteria and programming platform.
- Daily resolution of technical issues and validation of engineering changes that arise out of those requirements.
- Work closely with his or her counterparts and the production floor in identifying opportunities, as well as designing and implementing solutions for process optimization.
- Independently develop automated manufacturing process to configure hardware to meet customer's technical specifications
- Create work instructions used by manufacturing technicians to build product
- Analyze technical data to determine appropriate setup criteria for programming platform.
- Acts as technical leader for major aspects of component programming and is required to interface with customer's design engineers to resolve programming issues or to provide technical assistance.
- Required to author technical documents such as: Manufacturing Work Instruction, QOI, Workmanship Standards, Engineering Bulletins, ECO, FQR and Failure Analysis Reports.
- Monitors and reports on productivity and quality of First Article Prototype.
- Must be able to work autonomously, frequently before and after normal business hours. React quickly to changes and adjusts plans as needed to produce best possible outcome for Arrow and partner/reseller. Problem solving skills. Applies functional or technical knowledge to do the job at a high level of accomplishment; in addition to performing other related duties as assigned.
Experience / Education Requirements:
- Typically requires a 4 year degree and 2-4 years of related experience; or an advanced degree without experience; or equivalent work experience.
- Ability to write software in C/C++/VB/C# or other high level language
- Experience with Batch/Bash scripting
- Microsoft and Linux OS development tool knowledge
- Virtual Machine and Software
- Ability to read and interpret documents such as program guides, wire diagrams, schematics and pricing programs.
- Strong communication skills both written and verbal; ability to create routine reports and correspond with both technical and nontechnical audiences.
- Flexibility to change priorities and ability to work under pressure of deadlines
Customer Facing/Supplier Facing
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Will leads the technological enhancements to Arrow’s Sam Car Project. He oversees and contributes to development of its microcontrollers, firmware, and MEMS sensors.
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