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Applications Engineer APC - Nashua NH
$1,000.00 Sign-on BonusThis position is responsible for generating design proposals and providing value added design solutions for new programs, to possess complete understanding of APC and some understanding of Amphenol product lines and capabilities as well as provide technical support to field sales and intra-company personnel. Performance will be measured by timely response and innovation of design proposals and accuracy of cost estimates.Duties: Provide system level design assistance to the customer. Will be teamed with the Sales Engineer and the Account Manager to provide customer satisfaction in using Amphenol products and services. Promote technical & production capabilities to current and new Amphenol customers. Review customer specifications. Provides information and guidance to the customer to assure that the correct products are chosen, properly specified, and correctly applied.  The Applications Engineer often acts as a liaison between the customer and the factory(s) in matters related to product quality, proposed design changes, manufacturing issues, and cost improvement initiatives.  Present technical product presentations and demonstrations in promoting interconnect and PCB products. Will be required to perform other duties as requested, directed or assigned.Requirements: BS or MS in Mechanical and/or Electrical Engineering  or equivalent with a minimum of 5 years' experience Application Design experience Knowledge in the Mil/Aero markets Computer literate with MS Office and  PWB Software including Gerber viewer and CAD Excellent communication and presentation skills Knowledge of cost and selling price Must be able to work under pressure and deadlines.  Must be detailed-oriented, self-motivated and possesses a strong sense of persistence. U.S Citizen required to support government contracts and programs. Ability to travel 25-50% to domestic and/or international customer sites.Amphenol offers a competitive salary and benefits. The candidate must be a
Facilities/Maintenance Technician APC - Nashua NH
SECOND SHIFT$1,000.00 Sign-on BonusThis position is primarily responsible for the routine maintenance, repair and installation of complex printed circuit board manufacturing equipment, with additional expectations of flexibility to support some facility needs as situations may arise/dictate.Duties/Responsibilities: Routine/Emergency maintenance of HVAC, Boilers, Chillers, Fume Scrubbers, and Compressor Systems that support the facility. Utilization of a Building Management System (BMS) to maintain various facility area environmental needs and use of the system to diagnosis/adjust as needed when issues arise. Maintaining the chemistries required to efficiently operate Boiler and Chiller systems. Ensuring the State of NH and OSHA required specifications of chemical fume ventilation is maintained in accordance with all specifications. Ensuring that annual required State of NH inspections of Boilers are completed as required. Test pipe or tubing joints or connections for leaks, using pressure gauge or soap-and-water solution. Repair or replace defective equipment, components, or wiring. Reassemble and test equipment following repairs. Install, connect, and adjust thermostats, humidistats, various controllers, etc. inspect and test systems to verify system operation/specifications to detect and locate potential malfunctions as part of the routine preventative maintenance schedule. Diagnose systems & troubleshoot emergency equipment issues in a timely and efficient manner. A working knowledge of all aspects of AC power (3 phase to single phase) and DC power, electronics, computers, as pertains to equipment in a manufacturing environment that includes complex systems that integrate all these functions to allow the equipment to operate. Experience with Hitachi Drill and Orbotech Automated Optical Inspection equipment a plus, but not required. Read & interpret operation/maintenance manuals, as well as other technical documents (i.e.blueprints/electrical schematics).
Process Engineer I APC - Nashua NH
$1,000.00 Sign-on BonusThis position is responsible for providing technical leadership and support within a specific manufacturing department (s).  Responsible for creating and maintaining process documentation. Measure/Monitor process yields and capabilities. Identify/implement projects to reduce scrap or rework, reduce process cost, or to improve process capability to meet future customer or business needs.Duties/Responsibilities:·         Process Owner for multiple processes within a department. Create and maintain accurate process documentation for those processes. Measure process performance and take action if process is not meeting goals or specific product requirements.·         Create/Maintain design guidelines pertinent to technical areas of responsibility.·         Process expert in area of responsibility. General process knowledge of all processes within Printed Circuit Board Manufacturing.·         Investigate Scrap/rework events, and then identify and implement effective corrective actions to prevent recurrence.·         Lead problem solving teams as needed.·         Use advanced problem-solving skills such as Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA) or Design of Experiment (DOE) as needed to solve complex problems.·         Develop/Implement Capital Improvement projects that improve capability and/or reduce cost.·         Provide training and guidance to operators or technicians.·         Communicate status of key projects or assignments to all levels of the organization.·         Contributes to the continuous improvement of the department and division.·         Will be required to perform other duties as requested, directed or assigned.Requirements: ·         A Bachelor's degree in related engineering discipline plus 4-6 years' experience or equivalent education and experience.  ·         Must have working knowledge of printed circuit board manufacturing.·         Advanced process control and problem solving training such as Six Sigma green Belt/Black Bel
Production Planner APC - Nashua NH
The mission of the Production Planner/Scheduler is to provide planning and scheduling support to the organization, from customer order confirmation, through fulfillment. This mission is realized through applying MRP specific actions, order scheduling, production milestones tracking, capacity planning, and coordination with critical functions in the organization to ensure obstacles are eliminated. The production planner also contributes to the monthly SIOP process, and ensures that resources required to fulfill the monthly demand are aligned, and risks are identified and mitigated.   Duties/Responsibilities: Monitors, tracks, reports, advises, and conducts production planning processes in order to ensure the organization meets customer delivery requirements and expectations. Supports sales activities, new product introduction, and other customer demand fulfillment activities. Maintains ERP/MRP system parameters and processes, generates and releases work orders, reschedules by order action reports, maintains area capacity plans and/or provides production forecasts. Creates, prioritizes and expedites production orders in the ERP system to meet planned shipment commitments. Communicates with business units regarding production needs and escalations. Develops and maintains  effective relationships with internal and/or external customers in all areas relating to availability of product and resources, sales order changes, work order entry and scheduling, committed delivery dates, customer related reschedules, and capacity planning.  Reviews and maintains sales orders and production orders scheduled backlog to ensure material availability for customer delivery commitments and any recovery plans for on-time delivery risks Plans, schedules and monitors material releases and movement in production cycle to ensure continuous operations. Analyzes potential shortages to manufacturing orders and works with program teams, purchasing, and production to coordinate risk mitigation ac
RF Applications Engineer APC - Nashua NH
$1,000.00 Sign-on BonusThe RF Applications Engineer will work with Sales, Marketing and Engineering teams to provide technical sales support for new and existing customers; Build relationships with customer design and manufacturing engineers to ensure product design-in, qualification and technical solutions; and drive sales growth and sustainment by supporting customer purchasing and planning organizations.   Responsibilities Engage customer base in engineering design phase for new product development Travel to customer sites as needed to support existing business and win new opportunities Work closely with Design Engineering to translate customer requirements into drawings and BOM documentation Work with Marketing to identify product and pricing to compete in territory Work with Manufacturing Engineering to develop processes as needed to support customer requirements Set goals for market expansion targeting new applications and new customers Provide quick response and resolution to customer technical issues and problems Monitor industry trends and standards, as they relate to our product linesRequirements Minimum three years' experience in Engineering Design or Applications Engineering Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering Highly organized and self-motivated Detailed knowledge of materials and manufacturing processes Strong customer interaction skills Fast and independent learner Ability to work effectively under minimal supervision Innovative problem solving and troubleshooting skills Customer oriented with good interpersonal skills Travel a minimum of 30%Desired Qualifications Include Cable assembly and electro-mechanical interconnect background; especially in high frequency RF products Experience with new product development documentation, procedures & processes Experience with product, component & materials costingAmphenol offers a competitive salary and benefits. The candidate must be able to legally work in the United States; we are unabl