Production Inspector II - WINONA1MN (210) in Winona, MN at Benchmark Electronics

Date Posted: 4/13/2021

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Location:
    Winona, MN
  • Experience:
    At least 1 year(s)
  • Date Posted:
    4/13/2021

Job Description

Benchmark provides comprehensive solutions across the entire product lifecycle; leading through its innovative technology and engineering design services, leveraging its optimized global supply chain, and delivering world-class manufacturing services. The industries we serve include: commercial aerospace, defense, advanced computing, next generation telecommunications, complex industrials, medical, and semiconductor capital equipment.

Summary:
The Production Inspector performs routine visual, mechanical and electrical inspection of printed circuit boards, systems and sub-assemblies at several points in the operation for quality in compliance with required standards.

Responsibilities:
• Works from detailed Process Sheets, Visual Aid Packages, Engineering Change Orders, Production Change Notices, Critical Item List and other relevant written instructions
• Inspects for proper positioning of components, soldering, markings and other various quality requirements related to various manufacturing technologies, which may include touch-up or defects found in the inspection process
• Obtains the appropriate paperwork and necessary drawings for each job assignment and verifies the paperwork as the correct effective date
• Verifies placement, polarity and labels on circuit boards
• Uses Defect Code List to identify defects and route boards to rework/repair facilities
• Performs minimal rework/repair duties as necessary
• Performs minimal hand solder operations on printed circuit board assemblies
• Completes necessary routing tasks per procedure
• Enters board and/or systems quantities into the Baan ERP system
• Inputs data into PFS
• Performs duties under close supervision
• Checks configuration on all assemblies
• Participates in providing timely feedback to other operations, management and support engineering as appropriate
• Follows and maintains accurate process documentation and recommend improvements
• Complies and follow all company policies and procedures
• Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned
• Works on problems of moderate scope where analysis of situations or data requires a review of a variety of factors.
• Exercises judgment within defined procedures and practices to determine appropriate action.
• Builds productive internal/external working relationships.
• Utilize optical equipment to determine the acceptability of components and solder.
• Operate the Nicolet X-ray machine and other sophisticated inspection equipment and interpret the results.
• Utilize a majority of the inspection tools available on the production floor.
• Developing professional expertise, applies company policies and procedures to resolve a variety of issues.
• Normally receives little instruction on day-to-day work, general instructions on new assignments. Performs job responsibilities with little to no supervision. Mentors coworkers in the inspection area and equipment.

Other information:
• High School Diploma or equivalent
• 1+ years of experience of basic electronics manufacturing
• May perform one or more of the following: PIR, WPI, FPI, AOI
• 2+ years of advanced electronics inspection (i.e. AOI)
• Ability to work with and train diverse groups
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Effective interpersonal skills
• Effective multitasking skills and the ability to take on additional responsibilities as required
• Effective organization and prioritization skills
• Demonstrate high attention to detail
• Ability to work with diverse groups
• Demonstrates discretion, confidentiality, independent judgment and professionalism.
• Ability to work with minimal supervision and guidance, exercising discretion and independent judgment.
• Understanding of and ability to use continuous improvement tools.
• Strong customer service and client focus
• Working knowledge of productivity tools, including Microsoft Office products and WebEx conferencing software
• Ability to support a 24/7 global business operation as required
• Ability to work overtime when needed
• Accepting of opportunities to train on new equipment and to cross-train into other site operations, as needed
• Participates in continuous improvement activity

Education: • High School Diploma or equivalent

• 1+ years of experience of basic electronics manufacturing  

US:MN:Winona

Shift: Shift 2

Work Schedule:  Monday through Thursday - 4:15PM to 1:30AM,  work 37 hours and receive a 15% shift differential

Full Time

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