Spartronics develops, manufactures, and manages the full lifecycle of robust electronic and electromechanical devices for commercial aerospace, defense, space, instrumentation and control, life sciences and medical device applications. Our proven experience in complex problem solving, uncompromising attention to detail, program management and thorough documentation processes enables our customers to achieve excellence.
As an Electronic Process Engineer at Spartronics in Williamsport, PA, you are responsible for the smooth and efficient transition of all technical content from our customers to the Spartronics manufacturing and operations teams. In this role, you will have ownership of the engineering requirements for facilitating the manufacturing team in the build, test, and delivery of quality, regulatory, and technically compliant assemblies to our customers. Some of the activities you will perform include creating assembly routers, visual aids, test instructions, and other build-related documentation (wave solder profiles, flying probe, pick and place, automated optical inspection, automated conformal coating, and so forth). You will work closely with our Program Management team in resolving any customer technical concerns related to the build and test of their products.
Design assembly processes such as initial cell layout and fixtures, equipment tooling specifications, build-and-support test stations, and defect metrics
Evaluate materials and systems, identify equipment to complete assemblies, and prepare process/work instructions for manufacturing
Develop documentation such as manufacturing procedures, checklists, troubleshooting guides, and assembly quality plans with Manufacturing Technicians and Documentation Specialists. Uses these systems to train core assemblers for rapid transition of production responsibility to production personnel
Provide technical support and training to the assembly line, including technical and management aspects of new-build programs, assisting with the development of inspection criteria, and solicitation of assembler feedback
Provide recommendation for enhancements and cost reductions, initiate ECNs, and formulate cost impacts
Perform rework and defect root cause analysis, implement corrective/preventative actions, and report findings
Participate in continuous process improvement activities as it relates to manufacturing
Work closely with Materials to assess project requirements, evaluate material issues, verify bill of materials, and communicate issues to the customer
Monitor and maintain technical project schedule and milestones, organize internal meetings, and give timely status reports
Participate positively in Spartronics community and personnel development, advising Spartronics management on continuous improvements. Advise sales personnel concerning cost changes, cycle time estimates, project approach, and customer interface
Perform all other duties as assigned
BS in a STEM related field (experience may be substituted)
4-7 years experience
Good electromechanical troubleshooting skills
Ability to write processes and work instructions
Ability to write validation plans and reports
Ability to interface with customer on sustaining products as well as new product introductions effectively
This position requires use of information which is subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).
All applicants must be U.S. persons within the meaning of ITAR. ITAR defines a U.S. person as a U.S. Citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident (i.e. 'Green Card Holder'), Political Asylee, or Refugee.
Spartronics LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Veteran/Disabled 41 CFR 60-1.4