Electrical Engineer II - Assembly Technician
We are searching for an assembly technician to join our fast-paced microelectronics team in Andover, MA! The Microelectronics Engineering & Technology (MET) Department develops, designs and manufactures compound semiconductor devices, millimeter/microwave integrated circuits (MMICs) and modules for defense and commercial applications. Our 300 person facility is located 20 minutes north of Boston in Andover, MA. We provide our customers with leading-edge custom MMIC and Module solutions for defense radar and communications applications. We develop new semiconductor technologies, and produce our designs in our Semiconductor (GaAs & GaN) Production Foundry along with a Class 100 Clean Room.
This role will provide assembly support for the development of breadboard and prototype RF/Microwave assemblies for use in Military and Commercial applications. The activities will vary from day to day and will encompass the use of assembly tools of various complexities ranging from wire cutters and soldering irons to wire bonders and vacuum reflow systems. Responsibilities will include the assembly of electronic fixtures and modules of very high complexity using preliminary drawings, diagrams, blue prints, and bill of materials Work will typically be performed under a microscope using small hand tools including tweezers, scalpels and soldering irons. Various types of solders, chemicals and epoxy will be used for cleaning and assembly. As a team member, this role will also be responsible for providing feedback to the engineering staff to assist in the development of new assembly processes.
10 years of experience in Micro-Electronics Assembly
Demonstrated knowledge of fixture and module assembly techniques, including soldering and epoxy attachment methods
Demonstrated ability in the use of Wire and Ribbon Bonding Tools
Demonstrated knowledge of ESD
Demonstrated ability to work with various chemical solvents, epoxies and solders
Demonstrated ability to maintain critical microscope inspection skills and fine motor dexterity skills while remaining seated for extended periods
Must be able to read and understand job specifications, shop orders, operating instructions, perform basic math calculations and simple measurements, identify basic functional problems, take corrective action, and interface with supervisors and engineers to solve problems.
Ability to lift up to 10lbs.
Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.