In this role you will have diverse responsibilities in micro-engineering assembly, process development, subassembly test & measurement. You will be working to move a Microfluidic device from pilot production to high volume manufacturing. You will be working with an engineering team to trouble-shoot problems, improve yield, reduce cycle time, and drive down overall BOM costs. You will be continually developing and modifying processes documentation as needed, setting up process & test fixturing, visual inspection and sampling of incoming parts and materials, implementing and following test procedures, managing inventory and generating production test/yield reports.
We strongly value hard-work, and attention to detail, and we foster an extremely collaborative environment, but also seek candidates able to work toward common goals with minimal supervision.
This position is 40 hrs/week and may require overtime.
Desired Skills & Experience
- Education Level: Associates Degree in Mechanical/Electrical Technology or similar preferred
- Minimum 2-5 years of experience in working in production environment
- Experience manufacturing Microfluidic devices a plus
- Significant professional experience in a clean room environment would be an asset, as well as experience in transitioning from prototype to volume manufacturing
- Ability to follow detailed work instructions and handle miniaturized components
- Experience dispensing chemicals and inspecting product with microscopes
- Knowledge of statistical process control procedures and techniques is a plus
- Working knowledge of vacuum pumps, chambers, ovens is a plus
- Hard working, high energy and able to work independently
- Computer literate in use of Microsoft office (word processing, spread sheets and data bases). Must be able to use electronic documents and fill in electronic records
- Good verbal and written communication skills
- U.S. citizenship or permanent residency is required