- High school diploma or GED
- ISO 9001
- Microsoft Office
Headquartered in Lowell, Massachusetts, MACOM is certified to the ISO9001 international quality standard and ISO14001 environmental management standard. MACOM has multiple design centers, Si, GaAs and InP fabrication, manufacturing, assembly and test, and operational facilities throughout North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. In addition, MACOM offers foundry services that represents a key core competency within our business. The foundry provides access to, and control of our broad range of proprietary technologies in an asset light, cost effective structure.
MACOM sells and distributes products globally via a sales channel comprised of a direct field sales force, authorized sales representatives and leading industry distributors. Our sales team is trained across all of our products to give our customers insights into our entire portfolio.
Our global organization of skilled engineers is driven every day to solve the world’s most demanding wireless and wireline application challenges. We’re proud of our more than sixty years’ of hands-on experience designing and building analog semiconductor technology across the RF to Light spectrum.
MACOM is seeking a self-motivated, enthusiastic assembly operator to join and contribute to our growing prototype line developing breakthrough high power RF devices. The position will report into the packaging / process development team and will be responsible for carrying out assembly and measurement operations and contributing to the delivery of next generation prototypes.
Run various packaging assembly equipment, including but not limited to die bonder, wire bonders, C-SAM systems, plasma cleaners, ovens and laser marking systems.
Process lots through the assembly line as indicated per travelers, drawings or work instructions.
Perform optical inspections of products to ensure quality requirements are met.
Perform measurements at critical process steps to verify product specifications are passing.
Enter pertinent data into log files or MES system for appropriate lot and data tracking.
Ensure work areas stay clean and organized.
Provide feedback to engineering teams on equipment, product or process issues/improvements.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Hands on experience operating die bonding, wire bonding, scanning acoustic microscope, and device sealing equipment.
Must be able to follow travelers and work instructions as well as under basics of assembly drawings.
Experience using microscopes to inspect products and ensure highest standard of quality.
Excellent hands-on cleanroom skills and demonstrated ability to carry out defined tasks independently with minimum supervision.
Computer skill with experience using MS Office programs as well as manufacturing execution systems for lot tracking.
Ability to work as part of a larger team.
Fluent in written English.
Motivated and willing to work hard to help the department and company reach objectives on time.
May require a flexible schedule to provide coverage during off hours.
US citizen or permanent resident required due to ITAR restrictions.