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Inspector

Nashua, NH · Manufacturing
Provide visual and precision inspection of assemblies during the production process. Performs in-process and final inspection operations on RF microwave modules utilizing a microscope for the majority of the workday. Microwave elements include MMICs, resistors, diodes, caps, substrates and all bonding types (gold wire and ribbon), which are inspected in accordance with MIL-STD-883 criteria. May be required to operate an automated optical inspection (AOI) machine. Provides shift-to-shift communications to peers and supervision to support an efficient value stream.
Requires a general academic education, ability to read product and process specific documentation and utilize inspection tools, and must be able to meet specified certification requirements usually gained through one (1) year of experience Capable of performing in-process and final inspection operations on microwave and RF modules utilizing a microscope for the majority of the workday.

Capable of performing in-process and final inspection operations on microwave and RF modules utilizing a microscope for the majority of the workday. Inspection of electronic devices like MMICs, resistors, diodes, caps, IC's, substrates and all bonding types (wire and ribbon) in accordance with military specifications like MIL-STD-883 and/or IPC-A-610. Capability of operating manufacturing equipment like and automated optical inspection (AOI) machine. Computer competency and English literacy is required to ensure the candidate will be capable of following instructions and safety guidelines. Experience reading assembly drawings, process sheets and other related documentation used for the inspection of components, assemblies and subassemblies. Experience using various inspection tools such as Vernier’s, microscopes, gauges, etc. Experience working in an environment where effective verbal and written communication skills were demonstrated
 
Requires a general academic education, ability to read product and process specific documentation and utilize inspection tools, and must be able to meet specified certification requirements usually gained through one (1) year of experience
Experience with microelectronics devices Experience in a manufacturing environment producing military-grade electronics Knowledge of Military standards including MIL-STD-883, MIL-PRF-38534 and IPC-A-610 Experience in cleanroom, ESD and FOD controlled areas. Familiarity with Automated Optical Inspection (AOI) Tracking factory hardware and non-conformances in systems like Solumina and TipQA Computer competency in MS suites including Excel, Word, PowerPoint
 
 

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