Northrop Grumman SMT & SA Material & Process Specialist 1 in Baltimore, Maryland
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Northrop Grumman Mission Systems is seeking a SMT & Subarray Material Process Specialist 1 to join its organization. This position is located in Linthicum, Maryland.
With directions from Engineering, develop process improvements and ensure processes in the SMT and Subarrray areas are running at the optimal levels for continued production. Attend CAB meeting to assist in defect identification and methods to reduce defects. Work with other M&P's and EMS personnel to verify that processes are being followed.
Working closely with Engineering, perform tasks listed below.
- Operate, program CCA stencil print process & equipment
a. Program selections and verification
b. Stencil selection and revision verification
c. Paste selection
- Operate, program CCA pick and place process & equipment
a. Program selection
b. Part selection and loading
Operate, program CCA adhesive/solder dispense process & equipment
Operate, program CCA reflow oven
a. Verify correct profile is loaded
b. Zones are at correct temperature
c. Belt is at correct speed
- Operate, program CCA Automated Optical Inspection (AOI) process & equipment
a. Loading correct program
b. Loading CCA's for Optical Inspection
c. Understanding output
Operate, program CCA X-ray process & equipment
Develop work instructions for conformal coating processes
a. Understand different types of coating
b. Understand Masking process
- Monitor and track data for various SMT processes
a. Attend CAB meetings for rework identification and root cause analysis
- Operate and program SMT label making equipment
a. Develop new label requirements
Interface with Engineering to ensure all equipment on circulator line is running and operational
Develop and update work instructions and process documentation
Assist engineering in the development of new processes and selection of equipment
Assist Engineering in the Subarray area for the production of circulators and radiators
Interface and resolve manufacturing issue with Electronic Manufacturing Specialists
This is for an SEA Union represented position.
This is for a 2nd shift position.
High school graduate or equivalent.
Must possess a minimum of six (6) college credits in a laboratory science such as chemistry or physics, computer science, or a related technical field. Military equivalent will be accepted.
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