Employment

INSPECTOR
Performs assigned inspection duties during electronic power supply manufacturing process to assure compliance with requirements.  Perform visual inspection of electronic assemblies during production, verifying solder joint quality and correct component placement.  Operate Automated Optical Inspection (AOI) inspection equipment. Use standard electrical and mechanical inspection tools such as microscopes, calipers, mechanical gauges and other measuring devices. Perform record keeping for acceptance and rejection of material, and database entries to record defects. Candidates should have experience in an electronics manufacturing environment and be knowledgeable in current manufacturing standards such as J-STD-001 and IPC-610. Must be able to read engineering drawings and documents, assembly and inspection instructions.


PRODUCT SUPPORT ENGINEER - CELL LEADER
Lead a product assembly cell to achieve product realization through the development and application of Lean Tools.  Provide leadership in developing and meeting schedules and On-Time Delivery goals.  Provide product support engineering to assigned programs.  Tasks include document and material review and dispositioning; provide direct support to manufacturing team; develop and maintain work instructions as needed; interface with design development; support the smooth transition from design to production.  Responsible for designing and documenting lowest cost method of manufacturing to meet DTUPC and sustaining product margin targets.

BS degree in Industrial Technology or related field required.  2 years’ experience working in a manufacturing environment.  Sound reasoning skills in risk assessment and regarding acceptance/rejection of material.  Strong leadership capability; experience in supervising production personnel.  Strong working knowledge of Lean Manufacturing methods.  Knowledge in electrical and mechanical assembly requirements highly desirable.


TEST ENGINEER SR
Perform duties relating to procedures and equipment utilized by the production test department for testing custom power supplies. Provide direction for the successful completion of development test programs.  Develop processes and test procedures to ensure compliance with contractual specifications and test requirements.  Develop and maintain test capability on ATE and for low voltage power supplies, execute test automation through LabView and other hardware and software tools.  Design and develop automated testing strategies and build automated testing frameworks for Production Test, including Environmental Stress Screening of product assemblies, design and develop test fixtures, test scripts and test documentation. Create and maintain documentation for custom test equipment. Manage multiple test projects simultaneously, including oversight of Test Technicians and other Test Engineers. Maintain involvement in the product design process to identify test issues and to ensure appropriate test methods are developed for meeting end user requirements and assist Test personnel in the troubleshooting of test equipment and units under test. B.S. Degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering preferred  Minimum of 5 years directly related experience.  Thorough knowledge of standard business software (Microsoft Office suite, Access, etc.) Knowledge of Microsoft VisualStudio.net and C/C++ desirable.   

Thorough knowledge of National Instruments LabView software required.


SENIOR MECHANICAL ENGINEER
Design, layout and packaging of power supplies for operation in military, commercial and industrial environments according to customer specifications and documentation requirements.  Design and development of packaging to withstand shock, vibration, temperature and humidity.  Perform thermal, structural and vibration analysis. Provide complete mechanical design for manufacturing. Design tooling and fixturing to support assembly operations.  Provides existing product line support in design and packaging activities including the modification of hardware in production.  Participates in generating product concepts.  Occasional travel to customer facilities.  Education and experience:  BS in Mechanical Engineering.

CAD experience with PWB assemblies; Solidworks and Cosmos familiarity.  Thermal, structural and vibration analysis using FEA techniques desirable.  Experience with conduction and convection cooled systems.  Knowledge of circuit board construction, fabrication and surface mount technology. Materials background helpful.


POWER SUPPLY DESIGN ENGINEER (Senior Engineer)
Project engineering responsibilities include proposal activities, design, and development.  Provides technical oversight and leadership to the Engineering Department including design oversight, design reviews, project planning and product development.  Proposal Activities; Heads up proposal technical activities, Provide technical write ups for proposals, provides or concurs with design concepts, provides or concurs with estimated performance, Evaluates or concurs with compliance of design against requirement, Identifies or reviews risks and opportunities, Supports Marketing as required on technical issues and willing to travel.

Design Activity; perform detailed design activities on assigned programs, responsible for program planning and execution on assigned programs, provides technical guidance and leadership to the Engineering staff, present at Design Reviews, provide technical assessment of development programs, provides assessment and feedback at design reviews.  Thorough knowledge of: Power conversion techniques for switch mode power supplies, magnetics design, EMI filter design, MIL-STD-704, MIL-STD-461, SPICE analysis and hand calculations. Planning; responsible for project planning and execution on assigned projects, provide guidance and oversight as assigned to Engineering staff , provide input and present at the annual planning conference.  Product Development; provide technical guidance to Engineering to support product development and provide leadership and direction on product improvements.

Education and experience:  BSEE degree minimum, MSEE desirable, 15+ years applicable engineering experience with strong analytical abilities, hands-on power supply design experience, including but not limited to:  Switch mode power conversion, Magnetics design, EMI filter design, compliance to MIL-STD-704 & MIL-STD-461, and experience in front of customers.  Ability to understand and provide technical direction to electrical and mechanical engineering activities.


EXPERIENCED ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLERS
Individuals with experience in electronic assembly are needed to perform assembly of circuit boards and power supply systems. Tasks include prepping of components, assembling and soldering components onto circuit boards, staking, masking, and some mechanical assembly and operation of process equipment. Assemblers work with small hand tools such as soldering iron, electric drivers, torque tools, wire strippers, cutters, tweezers, and use measuring devices such as spacers and calipers.

We are seeking experienced assemblers who are qualified in solder skills or who demonstrate an ability to become qualified, and are able to read and interpret engineering drawings, assembly instructions, and component values.

 

This contractor shall abide by the requirements of 41 CFR §§ 60-1.4(a), 60-300.5(a) and 60-741.5(a). These regulations prohibit discrimination against qualified individuals based on their status as protected veterans or individuals with disabilities, and prohibit discrimination against all individuals based on their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. Moreover, these regulations require that covered contractors take affirmative action to employ and advance in employment individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or disability.