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Posted on : 11 April 2017
Job Type : Full Time Career Level : Experienced (Non-Manager) Education : Associate Degree Location : Santa Clara CA US Job Description : About Us: The Medical Imaging business of PerkinElmer is a global leader of high performance X-ray detectors with more than 25 years of experience. The business has supplied over 35,000 detectors globally for use in medical, veterinary, and industrial non-destructive testing (NDT) applications. We are seeking CMOS RMA Technician based in Santa Clara, CA. This is a temporary position with the possibility to convert to regular full-time. Position Overview Management of RMA and Service department for CMOS product group. Responsibility for Quality of all outgoing product. Assist in failure analysis and reporting. Specific Duties and Responsibilities Troubleshoot and repair incoming RMA detectors at minimal cycle times. Assist in the preparation of finished product. Preparation of all paperwork related to production and RMA’s. Frequent communication with Engineering, Production and Customer Service regarding RMA’s. Provide initial diagnostic of incoming RMA and schedule repair. Manage RMA related CAPA’s and maintain a failure database to look for defect trends. Maintain RMA Tracker and provide regular status updates to management. Sourcing replacement parts from warehouse and maintaining accurate inventory levels (NCMR…etc Job Requirements : AA degree in an engineering discipline with emphasis in electronics and/or semiconductor technology or equivalent experience. 7+ years’ experience in a semiconductor or high tech manufacturing environment preferred. Demonstrated ability to work independently, with general direction from manufacturing process engineer. Proficient computer skills. Proficient in electrical troubleshooting and with associated tools. Training and working knowledge of safety and environmental issues within a semiconductor/electronics processing environment. This job requires lifting of up to 30 lbs. The use of fine motor skills is required in order to grasp small objects (i.e. electronic components, screws, hand tools such as tweezers). Ability to perform precision work (e.g. small component soldering) under a microscope. Frequent physical mobility to and from various work areas is essential. Proficient organizational skills. Proficient written and oral communication skills. Proficient leadership, teambuilding and conflict resolution skills. Failure analysis, report writing experience is desirable. Computer and data base applications knowledge is preferred.
Santa Clara CA US
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