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RF Assembly/QC/IPC J-Std Instructor Certified

Location:
Concord, New Hampshire, United States
Salary:
52,000 yr
Posted:
November 10, 2011
Email:
qo51bl@r.postjobfree.com
Contact Info:
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DonnaWalsh

**** ****** **** ****** **.§ Montross, VA 22520 § 804-***-****

qo51bl@r.postjobfree.com

I am currently living in Virginia but relocating back to New Hampshire November 29.2011

IPC Certified Trainer J-STD 001

Manufacturing Assembly Technician / Solder Specialist

Proactive § Results-Focused § Self-Motivated § Quality-Minded § Team-Orientated

Dynamic and versatile professional with qualifications supporting diverse manufacturing industries eager to contribute talents toward actively collaborating with a progressive organization to achieve short and long term goals.Solution-oriented with excellent analytical/problem-solving skills.Well organized and able to multi-task effectively.Highly adaptable to change with the ability to alter schedules midstream and redirect to meet unforeseen conditions.Strong communication and interpersonal skills to easily interface with co-workers and superiors.Accustomed to working in fast-paced environments with the ability to think quickly and handle challenging situations successfully.Proven record of accountability. Hold current J-Std Instructor Certificate.

Work Experience:

Manufacturing Techniques

Kimarnock,Va

Jan 2011-Present

Fast-paced sub-contracting house working to IPC Standards for various government contracts. PCB applications in thru-hole and SMT, electro-mechanical, and cables. Train staff in all solder and assembly operations. Coordinate and assign work in assembly area. Rework and repair along with first-build items to customer approval.

Colonial Assembly & Design

Fredericksburg, VA

Oct 2008 – Jan 2011

QA Inspector/ Certified J-Std-001 Trainer/ Solder Specialist

Fast-paced sub-contracting house working to IPC Standards for various government contracts.PCB applications in thru-hole and SMT, electro-mechanical, and cables.Train staff in all solder and assembly operations.Coordinate and assign work in assembly area.Operate Select Solder machine.Rework and repair along with first-build items to customer approval.

LNX Corporation

Salem, NH

Mar 2008 – Oct 2008

RF/Microwave Assembly Technician / Solder Specialist

Micro-electronic contract manufacturing service provider where work was performed under a microscope to IPC Standards.RF prototype and production level assembly including soldering at the J-STD-001 class 3 level, mechanical assembly of multi-part aluminum housings, creation of coaxial and wire wound transformers, and manipulation of hand tools during installation of surface mount and thru-board passive RF components and printed circuit boards.RF mixers, micro wiring, winding micro transformers, all PC/SMT/Flex boards, mixing of epoxies, and solder screen printers.

Affordable Solutions Nashua, NH

Nov 2007 – Feb 2008

Temporary / Contract Positions

Rework Specialist at Impact Science & Technology in Nashua, NH.Reworked and incorporated ECOs on all SMT PCB units for government contract.

Power Supply Assembly at ATC Power Systems, Merrimack, NH.PCB, cable, and sub-assembly of power supply units.

Ike Micro

Nashua, NH

May 2005 – Nov 2007

Senior Solder Specialist / RF Assembly

Micro-electronic contract manufacturing service provider where work was performed under a microscope to IPC Standards.RF prototype and production level assembly including soldering at the J-STD-001 class 3 level, mechanical assembly of multi-part aluminum housings, creation of coaxial and wire wound transformers, and manipulation of hand tools during installation of surface mount and thru-board passive RF components and printed circuit boards.RF mixers, micro wiring, winding micro transformers, all PC/SMT/Flex boards, mixing of epoxies, and solder screen printers.

Sage Labs/Filtronics

Hudson, NH

May 2004 – May 2005

RF Micro / Electronic Assembly Technician

Assembly of RF mixers and various micro-electronic subassemblies.All work performed under a microscope, soldering to IPC Standards.Mixed epoxies along with board mounting to housings.

BAE Systems

Nashua, NH

Sep 2003 – Apr 2004

Contract Technician / Assembly

Worked with minimal supervision under the general direction of engineering personnel. Provided diverse technical support in layout, design, fabrication, and modification of complex electro-mechanical test equipment along with devices, systems, and subsystems.Worked from drawings, diagrams, schematics, and verbal instructions.Fabrication of breadboards, circuit card assemblies, complex cables and harness, and complex ECO rework.

LabsphereCorporation

Sutton, NH

Apr 2003 – Sep 2003

ContractTechnician / Assembly

Electronic and computer bench top testing and color sample instruments.

Amescor!, Inc./Innovent

Concord, NH

May 2001 – Jan 2002

Lead-Cable and Harness Department

Set-up and operated a cable and harness department.Cable work had been outsourced to various companies when it was decided to bring the work in-house.Set-up department with cable and harness boards for various projects, ordered all components needed, wrote out assembly procedures, and trained co-workers on processes as well as trained on small hand tools, soldering, and assembly techniques used to IPC-610 processes.Work included some PCB and mechanical assembly.Some fabrication was performed in a Class 1000 clean room.

Jewell Instruments Manchester, NH

Sep 2000 – Apr 2001

Technician II

Assembly of micro-miniature assemblies for government contracts.Manufactured products were accelerometers used in Apache & Hughes helicopters.All work was performed to IPC-610 J-Standard 001 solder criteria.Work included PCB and SMT boards, cables, gold cups, soldering 26 to 48 AWG coil wire, testing, touch-up, and repair.

Cornerstone Technologies

Claremont, NH

Sep 1999 – Sep 2000

Lead Production and Assembly Trainer

Duties varied greatly due to the fact that the company was a sub-contracting house where all work was out-sourced.Brought on board to set-up Assembly Department and oversee production of printed circuit board line and small sub-assemblies.Trained new employees in assembly processes, wiring of cable assemblies, component identification, soldering, and basic electronics skills teaching the IPC/Mil-Spec Standards.All thru-hole boards were hand formed and hand placed components.Duties also included all SMT boards and post wave inspection.Touch-up and repair specialist for company.Inventoried kits received along with color coded prints and BOMs for easy identification and assembly processes.Contacted vendors with any issues regarding product (shortages, placements, etc.)

Certification / Education:

IPC-610, J-STD-001B Operator Solder Certificate (Current)

Mil-Spec 2000B Solder Certified – BAE Systems (Oct 2003)

J-STD-001B Operator Solder Certificate – BAE Systems (Oct 2003)

J-STD-001B Class A Solder Instructor (Expired) Eptac Corporation

IPC-610 Workmanship Standards

Mil-Spec 2000A Solder Certificate

Mil-Spec 45743-E Solder Certificate

Mil-Spec 1686 Wire Wrapping Certificate

Certified Class 10,000 Clean Room Operator

Mil-Spec 2000 and Mil-Spec 45743e Solder Certificates

Mil-Spec 1686 Wire Wrap Certificate

Microscope / PCB & SMT / Cables & Harness