Honeywell Microelectronics Packaging Engineer in Kansas City, Missouri

Microelectronics Packaging Engineer

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The National Security Campus (NSC) is a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) facility managed and operated by Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technology (FM&T). Our primary business is to manufacture sophisticated mechanical, electronic, and engineered material components for our nation’s defense system. Our goal is to seek innovative solutions that surpass our customers’ expectations. To accomplish this, we research, develop, and deploy some of the most advanced design and manufacturing technologies in use in the United States today.

This Engineer position will support a Microelectronics Packaging team responsible for the design, development, production, and quality control of a wide range of complex and custom microelectronic packages, utilizing state-of-the art production techniques, processes, and equipment.

Participates in the design, fabrication, packaging, and test of a wide range of microelectronic devices. Contributes to the research and development of experiments to resolve complex engineering and quality problems involving highly technical and scientific methods.

As needed, performs support functions for project planning to achieve quality, delivery schedules, and cost objectives. Writes technical reports on results and conclusions drawn from experiments conducted and incorporates findings informal specifications.

Estimates set-up times, flow-times, costs of production and acceptance equipment, and compiles cost estimates and delivery quotations, monitors performance, and prepares reports, statistics, and recommendations for management review. Participates in establishing operating procedures on new products and components. Defines and recommends new designs, design changes, and alternate designs of instruments, and test equipment, and orders tooling, gaging, and equipment necessary to assure product quality. Plans and performs engineering testing and development programs and uses advanced statistical and scientific methods to address and resolve critical engineering and production problems to assure product manufacturability.

Originates, refines, and releases manufacturing or inspection work directions. Based on research, applies, develops and recommends innovative methodologies and technologies which are equal to the industry's state of the art to resolve processing and design problems.

Evaluates and implements innovations and technological advances that improve quality, reduce flowtime, improve productivity, and enhance operational surety.

20 Collaborate with engineering teams

20 Perform specification review

20 Exchange task level information

20 Communicate non-compliance incidents

20 Prepare or update reports and documentation

YOU MUST HAVE:

•United States citizen and the ability to obtain and maintain a government security clearance.

•B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Materials Science Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering or 4-year engineering degree from an ABET accredited program, or BS Chemistry or Physics.

WE VALUE:

•Advanced degree in Electrical Engineering, Materials Science Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering from an ABET accredited program

•Relevant experience in microelectronics technologies such as semiconductor design, fabrication and packaging techniques, and product testing.

•Self-motivated, pro-active, and the ability to handle multiple tasks and changing priorities

•Knowledge of electronic packaging materials and their associated mechanical, thermal, and electrical properties.

•Knowledge of solder based die attach, epoxy dispense, wire bonding, lid sealing, and transfer molding processes.

•Experience in the selection, setup, characterization, and programming of automated assembly equipment such as die attach, wire bonding, and sealing equipment.

•Experience with applying statistical analysis methods to product/process development.

•Experience with setting up and executing Design of Experiments (DOE) and performing capability analysis.

•Familiarity with reliability, failure analysis, and characterization processes.

•Excellent verbal and written communication and team skills.

•Six Sigma green belt or black belt certification.

Must have or be eligible for a security clearance due to contractual requirements.Exempt Honeywell FM&T Overview

INCLUDES
  • Some Travel Required
  • Continued Professional Development
  • 1st Shift
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
  • Job ID: req142977
  • Category: Engineering
  • Location: ., Kansas City, MO 64147 USA

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