Production Operator 2nd Shift
Responsible for modifying semi-conductor devices using automated, semi-automated, and manual equipment. Work will be done at work cells including, but not limited to lead attachment/trimming/forming, BGA, and solder.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
- Read and follow written as well as verbal instructions.
- A high degree of manual dexterity including the ability to manipulate small components with tweezers.
- Operate bonding or lead attach equipment that bonds lead wires to semiconductors or trims and forms lead wires.
- Manual dipping of components in solder with attention to coverage and thickness.
- Load components in a carrier tray and put through a heating process.
- Manually clean components by dipping, removing flux with a brush and dislodging components from carrier tray.
- Use a microscope and/or magnifying lens for in-process visual inspection of parts (chips, cracks, marking, solder coverage).
- Use company ERP system to capture job movements and time.
- Comply with all safety policies, practices and procedures.
- Assist other team members as needed or assigned.
- The responsibilities of this position are subject to ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations) Export Control Laws.
- Experience & Education:
- High school diploma or GED.
- 1 year semiconductor/electronics production experience preferred.
- Detail oriented.
- Able to sit at a work station for 8 hours, walk to other stations on the production floor, visual acuity, reach with hands/arms, manual dexterity to handle small components while wearing gloves and an ESD (electro static dissipative) wrist strap.
- Use proper PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) ESD lab coat, nitrile gloves, finger cots and safety glasses.
Micross is an ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations) facility. All candidates must be a US Person defined as a US citizen or permanent resident.