Elect Tech Wirebonder/circuit board/Solder_Cordes

Background: Client's CSS Electronics team has a need for an electronics technician wirebonder. Candidates should have wirebonding experience, preferably on a K&S wirebonder, but candidates with experience on chip bonders, thermal compression bonders, printed circuit rework tools, or other packaging type tools will be considered. Electronic fabrication and assembly skills are also highly desirable. Candidates who can read schematics, have the ability to trouble shoot various electronics components and solder fine parts under a microscope are highly desirable. Job Duties: Job Duty 1 Wirebonding using K&S or Westbond manual bonder or automated bonder. Job Duty 2 Use of chip bonder, thermal compression bonder, printed circuit board rework tool. Job Duty 3 Assembly of electronics chassis including wiring, soldering, hole punching. Job Duty 4 Soldering of fine electronics components including surface mount part using a microscope. Fabrication of cables including crimping of connectors. 6.Basic Skills, clearances and other elements required, in order of importance, and number of years experience, where applicable, in each skill: Manual wirebonding. 5+ years Solder and rework skills. 5+ years. Proficient in surface mount component assembly. 2+ years Cable/Connector assembly, and mechanical fabrications skills required. 3+ years. Excellent analytical and debug skills. 2+ years. Demonstrate the ability to work in a team environment. 5+ years Other: Strong communication skills required. Organization and time management skills. Versatility and ability to learn new skills a plus. Other Skills Desired, Years in each skill, where applicable: Printed circuit board design a plus Electronics tool operation a plus. The ability to read schematics and wiring diagrams. 5+ years Some electronic design a plus. 1+ years 8. SAFETY Requirements: Electrical safety. Lead safety. Experis is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE/AA)

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