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Manufacturing Engineer, PCBA Test

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Determine the best methods for PCBA board level electrical testing
  • Automate different testing strategies in a high product mix PCBA build environment.
  • Support PCBA level test equipment and processes including flying probe, 3D X-Ray, AOI and design specific test stations
  • Develop, deploy, and support JTAG based test and software programming tools and processes
  • Create and support factory automation software
  • Assist with PCBA defect root cause analysis and defect countermeasure implementation
  • Assist with PCBA factory equipment installation
  • Train production personnel on new equipment operation
  • Develop Design for test standards to improve product design
  • Develop test coverage documentation for new products
  • Develop spare parts plans for test and PCBA build equipment
  • Facilitate a close relationship with Engineering during design, build, and test to provide design feedback
  • Provide clear communication between Engineering and Production floor
  • Utilize lean manufacturing tools recommend improvements in production methods, standards, tooling, equipment, layout, procedures, product designs and employee efficiency
  • Support the transition of engineering projects from development to volume production
  • Identify continuous improvement opportunities for yield, performance and cost
  • Work with design team in response to manufacturing problems, parts obsolescence and minor requirement changes.
  • Prepare and maintain documentation required to ensure efficient production of manufacturing and integration.
  • Participate in design reviews to conduct DFM, DFA and DFT recommendations with innovative and cost effective solutions

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in electrical/mechanical engineering or engineering related field
  • 2 years of manufacturing product testing experience
  • JTAG boundary scan chip level testing experience

PREFERRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Ability to perform component level electrical troubleshooting and root cause
  • Ability to read and comprehend electrical schematics
  • Basic familiarity with IPC standards
  • Demonstrate ability to apply Six-Sigma, Kaizen and 5S techniques to improve manufacturability Hands-on electronic, electro-mechanical work
  • A demonstrated record of working in a fast paced, high-technology environment
  • A strong commitment to achieving goals and hitting deadlines
  • A self-motivated, self-starter, able to understand and synthesize project , team and customer needs
  • Strong team ethic, positive attitude and excellent interpersonal skills
  • Good grasp of financial aspects of manufacturing
  • Ability to write clear reports and present information to senior management
  • Strong programming skills in C++, Python, or Visual basic
  • Familiarity with administration and querying of SQL databases
  • Basic understand of PCB layout processes

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be willing to work extended hours and weekends as needed

ITAR REQUIREMENTS:

  • To conform to U.S. Government space technology export regulations, including the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) you must be a U.S. citizen, lawful permanent resident of the U.S., protected individual as defined by 8 U.S.C. 1324b(a)(3), or eligible to obtain the required authorizations from the U.S. Department of State. Learn more about the ITAR here.  

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Applicants wishing to view a copy of SpaceX’s Affirmative Action Plan for veterans and individuals with disabilities, or applicants requiring reasonable accommodation to the application/interview process should notify the Human Resources Department at (310) 363-6000.

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