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Assembly Process Engineer

Integra Technologies, an industry leading supplier of high-performance semiconductor transistor power solutions, is seeking an Assembly Process Engineer with experience in back-end assembly and manufacturing processes to join our team. Working together with our cross-functional engineering teams in a world class, fully integrated design and manufacturing environment, this individual will enjoy a broad range of responsibilities ranging from developing new products - from concept to production - to supporting our many market leading products already in production and being deployed into radar systems around the world.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Developing and implementing back-end hybrid assembly processes, die mounting, wire bonding, and sealing) for high power RF transistors in a high mix production environment

  • Partner with internal design engineering groups throughout the product development cycle to define new processes that allow for successful transition of new products to manufacturing.

  • Bring on new external partner collaborations as needed

  • Creating and writing process specifications and procedures, updating process documentation as required

  • Drive continuous improvement of manufacturing operations

  • Provide technical leadership and guidance to production operations to troubleshoot production issues, coordinating and implementing corrective actions

  • Support the implementation of Lean manufacturing methods to increase production efficiencies and reduce costs

  • Ensure cleanroom production areas comply to standards

Qualifications and Requirements

  • BS, MS or PhD in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Physics

  • 3 - 5 years of demonstrated hands-on experience with Semiconductor backend processes in a production cleanroom environment

  • 3 - 5 years of experience with hybrid assembly processes such as die mounting, wire bonding, epoxy and hermetic sealing

  • Experience in new product introduction and implementation of continuous improvements on existing products utilizing a strong understanding of manufacturing engineering

  • Trained in Lean, Six Sigma, and/or other structured problem-solving techniques

  • Experience with SPC methodologies and data tools

  • Demonstrated project leadership capabilities, excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • US Citizenship or Permanent residency required

Pay Range

$75,000 - $90,000 per year, depending upon experience

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