25 Oct 2018, Sibiu
Consultant: Sales Consulting
The person ensures the minimum slip-through value for measuring processes and reaches highest technical availability for equipments. Work requires analytical and design knowledge with software and hardware technology, in the sense of designing, testing, implementation & modification of informatics systems which contain as main component software.
The person will test processes designated by the team leader (such as SPI, AOI, AXI, ICT, Flash, Functional Test, Load test, Frequency Test, Final test and Analyze stations) and will be responsible for all these technologies, until the project is released into production (starting the SOP) and for the follow up regarding the project. He/she will debug/maintain/analyze SW and HW in order to reach the quality targets; will develop SW and HW and then will maintain and update them by Focus Factories; will be responsible for ensuring the technical resources (availability of equipments, spare parts, SW application, etc.) and will prepare and update the documentation for processes.
Another responsibility is to ensure all the KPI’s of the processes before SOP and to continuously improve these processes regarding KPI’s value and robustness. Also, he or she will prepare the engineering quality targets for his measuring process (equipment and quality statistics) and in case of nonconformity defines corrective actions and implements them.
Among responsibilities are also trainings delivery (ICT, FKT, EOL, etc) and maintaining technical know-how by participating in trainings organized by the company. The person will work according to the procedures, work instructions, process descriptions, control pans, reaching the quality targets set for his/her processes, and will report to superior about all the responsibilities.
Last but not least, he or she must respect the law regarding work and security aspects and also the Internal Rules, specific Health & Safety working instructions and the operational procedures and working instructions related to OH & S (Occupational Health & Safety) and fire prevention.