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Quality Control - Failure Analysis Technician

Company Name:
Career Transitions, LLC
Quality Control- Failure Analysis Technician
Danville, IL
Full-time, direct hire
Career Transitions, LLC is working with a client in Danville, IL who is seeking a QC-Failure Analysis Technician. The client has been in business for 80 years and is a market leader in their industry.
Due to ongoing rapid growth, they we are looking for someone with hands-on experience with a wide variety of measurement techniques for electrical and physical phenomenon, and the ability to apply experience and technology to investigate a variety of failure modes.
Responsibilities:
Perform Tests and failure diagnostics to support root cause analysis (RCA) on reliability issues;
Participate with engineering, manufacturing, supplier and service teams to investigate failure modes and potential mechanisms of failure;
Participate in developing test methods to verify how robust the product is to potential mechanisms of failure;
Prepare and document test procedures and methods;
Procure and / or fabricate test samples, fixtures, hardware and software as required to perform tests;
Perform tests and document results;
Prepare data, charts and graphs of test results as applicable;
Communicate effectively with all levels of the organization;
Plan and carry out work assignments and handle problems in accordance with instructions, policies, previous training, or accepted practices.
Participate on Quality Improvement Teams.

Required Education/Qualifications:
Education: AS in EET, engineering, technology or quality/process management; BS preferred.
Minimum 5 years relevant experience, including board level component troubleshooting and repair.
Ability to use common technical hand tools.
Proficient soldering skills, including remove/replace SMT, Thru Hole, BGA devices.
Knowledge of common electronic measurement/stimulus equipment such as multimeters, oscillators, spectrum analyzers, etc.
Able to write detailed work instructions.
A thorough understanding of and ability to interpret GD&T drawings, specifications, and standards.
Must have full authorization to work in the US, without requiring current or future sponsorship (H1B, OPT, CPT, etc.)



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