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Data Entry. Microscope soldering. Electrical/mechanical susassemly.

Location:
San Jose, California, United States
Salary:
$22/hr
Posted:
December 30, 2017

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RESUME

Vinny Giang

Email: ac3u0u@r.postjobfree.com

*** ******** ****** *** **** CA 95110

Home: 408-***-**** Cell: 408-***-****

LinkedIn Profile: linkedin.com/in/vinny-giang-282958152

JOB OBJECTIVE To utilized technical skill sets to growth and opportunity in an organization and be an asset to the employer for long term goal. As well as to help company manufacturing high quality products with precise detail that motivates constant improvement.

SUMMARY Knowledgeable manufacturing technician with strong leadership, analytic, time management abilities with excellent work ethic. Broad and deep knowledge base in all aspects of transceiver assembly and electrical circuit installation and reengineering. Well-versed in streamlining and optimizing manufacturing process to ensure customer needs are met and expectation exceeded.

HIGHLIGHTS

Equipment understanding

Production methods

Operation expertise

Standard operation procedures

Customer service mindset

Materials knowledge

Strong attention to details

Safety mindset

WORK EXPERIENCE

Role: Production Assembler Company: Kaiam Corporation, Newark CA Duration: June 2015 to January 2018

Responsibilities:

Prepare and perform transceiver for temperature chamber test using TestEquity Model

Well-versed familiar with Power Meters, Multi-meter, Micro-scopes like Leica S6E.

Familiar with TestEquity 3000 series temperature chamber operating instructions and F4T touch screen controller.

Perform short test, Link test, Packout test and Temperature cycle test on transceivers.

Unsolder flex cables and dismantle modules for transceiver rework.

Perform soldering flex cables into transceiver modules and Printed Circuit Boards.

Install and inspect the pull tabs to transceiver accordingly to product categories.

Knowledgeable of inspecting and cleaning fiber and fiber connectors.

Maintain and clean all cleanroom equipment according to recommended standards.

Perform quality control test on transceivers and directly reports any abnormal result to supervisor and engineer for immediate troubleshooting.

In-charge of daily data entry for 40/100G transceiver for weekly inventory.

Complete initial formalities of labeling, bagging, sealing and boxing prior to final shipment process.

Provided technical support and assistance to other company technical team as required.

Role: Production Assembler Company: Neophotonics, Fremont CA Duration: March 2006 to May 2015

Responsibilities:

Manually attached coupling lens and lens blocks into butterfly packages and reflowed at ATV (Automatic Temperature Vacuum) machine.

Installed and soldered TEC (Temperature Electro Controllers) into butterfly packages.

Performed top cover sealing onto module packages.

Performed COS Bar (Chip on Sub mount) for visual inspection and quality control.

Assigned to build engineering units with new incoming materials for verification test.

Role: Production Technician Company: Iolon Incorporation, San Jose CA Duration: October 2002 to November 2005

Responsibilities:

Attached laser diodes into ceramic sub mounts.

Built and aligned interface cavity lens using laser positioning system.

Installed wafer caps onto mirror motor Lasers and lens motor assemblies.

Performed final balancing on mirror motor Lasers

Precise work done to be performed on lens motor assemblies to minimize vibration.

Role: Electro Optical Technician Company: New Focus Incorporation, San Jose CA Duration: February 2000 to October 2002

Responsibilities:

Built and aligned Laser diodes, grating and prisms using interferometers.

Performed fiber coupling and collimating Laser diodes.

EDUCATION

General Education in 1986 from Mission College, Santa Clara, California.

Graduated with Diploma in 1985 from Santa Clara High School, Santa Clara, California.

PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES

Available on request



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