Assembler Job Description

Major Responsibilities: Performs with exceptional proficiency all assembly processes for millimeter and microwave frequency components.

Typical Duties:

  • Assembles circuits and components through several processes including die attach, wedge bonding, bond coupling, gap welding, and ultrasonic bonding procedures
  • Ensures components meet quality standards with below average defect rate
  • Typically re-works assemblies with below average defect rate.
  • Typically trains other assemblers
  • Typically implements new assembly processes
  • Typically assembles prototypes for engineering
  • Typically performs process setups such as bond pull and die shear testing
  • Typically is an Assembly Team Leader and/or QA Inspector
  • Above average productivity with an extremely low reject rate

Equipment used:

·         Die attach station·         Wedge-wedge bonder
·         Bond pull tester·         Gap welder
·         Hi-power stereo microscope·         Coupler bonder
·         Ball Bonder·         Die Shear Tester

Education and Experience:

  • High School diploma or equivalent preferred
  • 5+ years applicable work experience required
  • Requires good hand-eye coordination
  • Minimal supervision required

Physical Requirements:

  • Assemblers are required to remain stationary (sitting or standing) for long periods of time and use hands to handle objects, delicate instruments, and/or controls.
  • Assemblers may occasionally be required to lift up to 10 pounds.
  • Assemblers must have good vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust eye focus to work with a microscope up to 12 hours per day.

Work Environment:

  • The manufacturing assembly and test area has equipment with high heat, electricity, and sharp tools.
  • Individuals may be required to handle hazardous materials.