Raytheon Technologies Assem Microelec Components A in El Segundo, California
Must be available for 1st OR 2nd shift
Summary: Lays out, fabricates, assembles, performs verifications tests, inspects complex developmental and production microelectronic circuit assemblies, MMIS devices, and T/R Module developmental hardware. Sets up and operates all types of equipment to fabricate, assemble and inspect complete developmental, prototype and production microelectronic circuit assemblies such as MIC, MMIC and T/R modules.
Typical Duties and Responsibilities:
Works from preliminary design drawings, sketches, schematics, blue prints, planning and process control documents, quality control standards, specifications, oral and written instructions.
Determines methods and sequence of operations to fabricate, assemble, microelectronic circuit developmental systems, sub-systems, units, control devices and verification test equipment as specified by engineering.
Sets up, operates and maintains all types of equipment required in the fabrication, assembly and perform verification tests of developmental and production microelectronic circuit assemblies such as microscopes, scribes, probes, die bonders, volt-ohm meters, calipers, wire pullers, environmental screening, ultrasonic welders, furnaces, laser sealer (welder), automated die and wire bonders and computer systems, following established procedures. Cleans equipment as required. Under engineering direction, may operate equipment where complete specifications and design details are lacking. Diagnoses the cause for workmanship problems and makes necessary adjustments or corrective action to assure specified product performance.
May assist in the development of new processes, as well as providing feedback and assistance in the preparation of course outlines, lesson plans, training manuals, and necessary training aids.
Prepared reports, charts and graphs, records, performs calculations and produces process yield data, quality documentation as well as inspection data as required. Assist in presentations to cognizant engineers.
Performs rework and repair of the same nature and level of difficulty as described.
Visually inspects developmental and production microelectronic assemblies, performs first article for conformance to quality standards.
Trains and qualifies employees to interpret and use assembly instructions, drawings, schematics, and process documents to meet contract specifications.
Instructs employees by demonstrating and lecture on the use and care of tools, equipment, materials, and all operations typically used within microelectronic assembly operations.
Reviews employee process and re-instructs to ensure that contract specifications are maintained.
Troubleshoots cause of malfunctions and makes necessary adjustments or corrective action to assure specified product performance. Diagnoses the cause for workmanship problems and makes necessary adjustments or corrective action to assure specified product performance.
On occasion mixes and applies standard production adhesives, epoxies and cements to bond, conformal coat, seal or stake in the performance of individual job duties.
Moves hardware within lab.
Maintains appropriate certifications/qualifications as required.
Meets necessary certifications as required.
Performs incidental related duties as assigned or required.
Meets skill based promotional requirements per the MPF Job Consolidation Agreement.
3+ years of solder and assembly experience
The ability to obtain and maintain a US security clearance. U.S. citizenship is required as only U.S. citizens are eligible for a security clearance
IPC J-STD-001 solder certification.
Micro-soldering and self-verification under a microscope.
Identifying, repairing and replacing damage to CCAs and components under a microscope.
Installation, modification and rework of components on production Circuit Card Assemblies (CCAs) and Harness Assemblies to ensure alignment with detailed instructions and production criteria.
Experience using hand tools such as soldering iron, cutters, wire strippers, X-acto knives, ultra-violet curing equipment.
Process electromechanical assemblies according to released production documentation.
Recognizing components to be replaced per ENG disposition, isolating problems and suggesting appropriate corrective action.
Keeping management appraised of all unresolved and/or potential problems that would negatively affect schedules or quality.
Experience with solder/quality/mechanical associated standards, processes, and documentation.
Work experience within a high volume production environment.
Ability to operate computer equipment for hardware performance, data collection, retrieval of electronic design or manufacturing documents.
Past work experience in or understanding of aerospace industry methods and processes.
Ability to manage multiple tasks successfully.
Ability to establish customer priorities.
Ability to read and comprehend instructions, short correspondence, memos, schematics, detailed electronic blueprints, and other similar authorized drawings and documents.
Fabrication Standards, Processes, and Documentation.
High school diploma or equivalent
This position requires either a U.S. Person or a Non-U.S. Person who is eligible to obtain any required Export Authorization. 187925
Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, age, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.