Process Engineer - Vietnam
The ideal candidate for the Process Engineer position will have demonstrated experience in optical component & sub-system manufacturing, process development & production line development. Experience with resolving technical issues with Contract Manufacturers (CMs), developing lean and six-sigma manufacturing strategies, and production-line transfers to CMs is highly desirable.
Duties & Responsibilities
Responsible for developing and improving manual and automated assembly processes such as cleaning, splicing, die attach, and optical alignment.
Create assembly instructions, process documentation, preventative maintenance plans, and control plans. Train, certify, and audit technicians and operators to process documentation.
Review existing processes & enhance them to improve yield, cycle time & quality
Facilitate the implementation of engineering changes and process improvements throughout product life cycle
Evaluate materials and assemblies provided by suppliers according to specifications & quality standards
Monitor process performance using tools such as statistical process control (SPC)
Key technical liaison for our manufacturing facility in Asia.
Responsible for resolving technical issues related to optical assembly process with Contract Manufacturers (CMs).
Support production line moves and/or new product introduction by coordinating quality, materials, tools, production line layouts, and process development.
Support year over year cycle time reductions
Experience with industrial engineering a plus (e.g., capacity analysis, time studies)
Support Bill of Material (BOM) accuracy in cooperation with other functions
Bachelors or Masters Degree in an engineering or materials science discipline.
A minimum of five years manufacturing & process engineering experience in optical component/sub-system manufacturing or a related field.
Strong written and verbal communication skills in English and Vietnamese.
Strong background in statistical analysis technics using modeling tools such as Minitab
Ability to work with & provide direction to production technicians.
Knowledge of lean manufacturing, DFM/DFT & statistical tools. Training in Six Sigma (e.g., Green or Black Belt) strongly preferred.
Technical writing skills.
Technology transfer experience
Must be able to work in an environment of short notice changes, tolerate interruptions, and commit to extended work hours as necessary.
Ability to plan and prioritize activities, perform and monitor multiple overlapping tasks/operations to meet schedule.
Must be able to travel for several weeks at a time.
Personal and Professional
Hands-on capability and management style.
Team-oriented, bright, forward-thinking, creative, and naturally curious.
Self-starter, high energy level with strong interpersonal skills.
Highest level of personal and professional integrity.
Commensurate with skills and experience.
Please send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org in PDF or MS Word format.
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A note to all applicants
Thank you for your interest in Nistica. Due to high number of responses, we cannot respond to all applicants. Qualified applicants will be contacted. Applicants' resumes will be kept on file and considered for other opportunities as they become available.
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Nistica is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and welcome all qualified applicants. Applicants will receive fair and impartial consideration without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, genetic data, or religion or other legally protected status.