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Perform component wire bonding functions in the production of RF transistor packaged devices. Operates automatic and semi-automatic wire bonders and bond pull tester in performing wire bonding functions
- Work on assignments specified by build sheets, requiring attention to detail, high quality and consistent work rate
- Operates various wire bonding equipment with ability to multi-task by working on several pieces of equipment.
- Able to work with test technicians and determine optimum wire bonding parameters, including but not limited to adjusting loop heights
- Must be able to collect, record and discuss Work Order (WO) data gathered during the wire bonding operations.
- Discuss technical problems encountered with supervisor or technical personnel.
- High school degree or equivalent
- 3-4 years of related experience.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills.
- Must be able to follow written and verbal instructions.
- Ability to stand minimum of half of the shift.
- Assembly/Test ESD controlled clean room environment, requiring smock, finger cots and daily ESD strap monitoring.
- Required to look thru microscopes for extended periods of time.
PERCENTAGE OF SHIFT AND LONGEST TIME (ENTER STANDING %, WALKING %, SITTING %, DRIVING %, INSIDE %, OUTSIDE %, HOURS STANDING, WALKING, SITTING, DRIVING, AND USUAL SHIFT HOURS AND DAYS)
CHECK EACH ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL FUNCTIONS, MAXIMUM LBS AND WORKING CONDITIONS
Hearing, Talking, Seeing, Works Alone, Works Around Others
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