Eng Sr Prin - Proc
The Microwave Factory New Product Introduction (NPI) Pilot Line will be responsible for the first unit builds of new hardware designs, including the development and maturation of the associated build processes, programming and tooling in preparation for rate production and needs people looking for a cornerstone opportunity in a new Microelectronics area at the Spitbrook Road campus. This Microwave Factory New Product Introduction (NPI) Pilot Line is being equipped with State-of-the-Art Microelectronics assembly and test equipment to incubate new product introduction of microwave modules designed for new Electronic Warfare Platforms. Working closely with Program Engineering and being able to adapt to a rapidly changing environment makes the Microwave Pilot Line a unique and exciting opportunity to influence the future success of production runs, and to have a positive impact by influencing the program and product before entering rate production.
Principal focus will be on programming, debugging and optimizing processes required to transition new product introduction modules into recurring production. Expert Microelectronics skills in manual and automated wire/ribbon bonding are needed to drive the maturing element of new product introduction and transition to production. This position will have full process responsibility for all product moving through this new state-of-the-art Microwave Factory New Product Introduction (NPI) Pilot Line. Previous process experience, preferably of 4-8 years in a Microelectronics environment with experience in hermetic seal is highly desirable.
If you want to influence how products are designed and launched into the factory then this is the position will provide tremendous professional and personal satisfaction.
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