Technical Support Engr II ( circuit card assembly) - Military veterans preferred

2018-11-30
Raytheon (www.raytheon.com)
Other

/yr

  full-time   employee


Andover
Massachusetts
United States

The Manufacturing Engineering (MfgE) Department of Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems provides premier engineering and manufacturing support expertise to enable on-time, lowest cost hardware delivery with performance and reliability that exceed customer expectations. MfgE executes across all phases of a program including proposal capture, process development, transition to production, and production support.

The Manufacturing Engineering Department is a diverse composite of core capabilities and centralized support teams including:

  • Precision Metal Fabrication
  • Large Scale Hardware / Systems Integration
  • Harness / Cable Fabrication
  • Surface Acoustic Wave Oscillators / Resonators
  • Magnetics & Ferrite Assembly
  • Missile Forebody / Radome Assembly
  • Underwater Sonar & Torpedo Integration
  • Circuit Card Assembly
  • Advanced Electronic Sub-Assembly
  • Cabinet Integration Center
Manufacturing Engineering’s engagement with Raytheon products is not just limited to Raytheon manufacturing sites. We support our large supplier network and international builds with deployment of engineers. These engineers help to troubleshoot and resolve supplier issues before they come into Raytheon factories; as well as helping to integrate Major End Items (MEIs) at domestic and international sites.

Your experience as a Raytheon Manufacturing Engineer will position you well for organizational advancement along both technical and managerial career paths. Apply your Manufacturing Engineering expertise to help in protecting our Nation and our Warfighters. Be a part of the future of Raytheon Manufacturing.


Job Description:
This opening is for a Second Shift Manufacturing Engineer supporting the Circuit Card Assembly Center of Excellence in the Mechanical Engineering Directorate of Raytheon's Integrated Defense Systems (IDS) business unit. This position is based in Andover, MA, and will support Circuit Card Assembly for the Naval and Area Mission Defense (NAMD) value stream.
Duties will include engagement with operations, engineering and supply chain teams to effectively manage production issues in the CCA assembly processes. Attention to detail, excellent communication and organizational skills, and an innovative approach to problem solving will contribute to success in this position.


Responsibilities:
· Manufacturing Engineer in Circuit Card assembly operations in the Circuit Card Assembly (CCA) Center of Excellence

·Significant engagement with production operators and process teams to resolve issues

Work with Operations, Supply Chain and customer teams on production and quality issues


· Technical review of process documentation and implementation of change notifications. Creation of documentation packages for new products.

· Coordination of non-recurring engineering and production release tasks

· Drives to true root cause solutions and implement effective corrective actions

· Works with engineering and operations teams to achieve affordability, schedule and quality goals.

This is a second shift position


U.S. Citizenship status is required as this position will need a U.S. Security Clearance within 1 year of start date.Except in rare circumstances, only U.S. citizens are eligible for a security clearance


Required Skills:

·Experience with electronic production and assembly processes

·Experience with production floor support and updating of technical and process documents

3+ years of Circuit Card Assembly in both automated and manual assembly processes






Desired Skills:

·Existing Confidential Security clearance

· New product introduction implementation experience

· Experience with Raytheon production systems.

Ability to communicate with both technical and operations teams. Be able to work with all levels from operators to senior management.




Education:

BS or AS in a technical field or equivalent combination of related experience and education (each two years of related experience can substitute for one year of related education)


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