Job Description

Electronic Manufacturing Engineer

Contract Assignment 6-12 Months M-F 40 hours weekly

1. The Electronics Process Engineer is a focal point for resolving all questions/problems concerning the manufacture and assembly of electronics development and production hardware. This includes concurrent engineering of circuit board and controller design, and the processes / equipment to manufacture Circuit Card Assemblies, Cable Assemblies and Controllers.
2. The incumbent initiates changes and deviations to the design or specification requirements.
3. They are the primary contact for customers, vendors, and internal Client personnel on all technical processing problems and questions.
4. The incumbent frequently functions in the manner of a program manager, on technical problems, coordinating Client resources for the solution of a problem and communicating timely information to the affected groups within Moog and to the customer/supplier levels.
5. The incumbent provides Client SDG Cross facility support
6. The incumbent provides Electronics Contract Manufacturer support (for Electronics Buy programs)


1. Provide production assembly/test instructions, training and monitoring to maintain production.
2. Evaluate, request, and implement equipment to meet production requirements.
3. Assure and maintain design integrity, producibility and quality in production products.
4. Provide process engineering support as required to other Client departments to maintain and improve quality, schedule, and cost objectives.
5. Complete electronics manufacturing readiness deliverables: Provide Routings, Op sheets, Assembly Worksheets, machine programming, solder profiling, tooling and fixturing to A&T Operations
6. Provide on demand support to A&T Operations as required from kit pull thru stock
7. Address stop work issues in a timely fashion– address non-standard work (e-HR and NC), communicating timely information to the affected groups within Client and to the customer/supplier levels.
8. Prepare and present electronics manufacturing information at PDR, CDR and MRR

Required Skills

• Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Chemical or Industrial Engineering + one year relevant technical experience
• Alternately, a Bachelor of Technology Degree in Engineering + five years of relevant technical experience
• Demonstrated strong technical written and verbal communication skills
• Knowledge in areas of Root Cause / Corrective Action, LEAN and Project Planning
• Must be a US citizen, capable of obtaining a government security clearance
• Certification to J-STD-001, IPC-A-610 and NASA 8739 is desirable

Scope of the Work

Electronics manufacturing methods – Surface Mount Technology, Plated Through Hole Technology, soldering, cleaning, polymeric applications, cable assembly, box build, rework and repair
Machine Programming utilizing Aegis CircuitCam software tool
Electronics Processing capital planning, specifications, acquisition and qualification
Electronics DFX – Review designs throughout the design cycle in regards to Design For Manufacturability, Design For Assembly, Design For Test and Design For Cost
Electronics assembly/processing materials and chemicals expertise

Application Instructions

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