Process Integration Engineer

Date: Jan 9, 2018

Location: Santa Rosa, CA, US

Job ID: 11462

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Job Description

We are a growing team, seeking talented recent graduates. You will be responsible for microcircuit assembly of New Product Introductions (NPI), serving the Electronic Industrial Solutions Group and the Communications Solutions Group. Together we address the complete wireless ecosystem, the aerospace & defense, automotive, energy, general electronics, manufacturing, and semiconductor businesses. You will support the design, development, implementation and transfer of complex microelectronic and PCA manufacturing processes and products. This role interacts with mechanical and electronic designers, manufacturing engineers, technicians and customers across functions in the production of industry-leading RF, Microwave, mmWave and 5G Test and Measurement solutions. You will influence the design of the microcircuits by providing DFx feedback, and you will enable next generation products through developing new processes and maintaining and improving existing processes. You will be the point of contact to communicate with R&D and Manufacturing partners in the US and worldwide. To strive in this role, you must be a strong communicator, exhibit technical leadership, be proactive and have a passion for leading group projects.


Primary responsibilities may include:

  • Develop metallic and non-metallic joining techniques: solder, epoxy and eutectic die attach
  • Develop gold wire, ribbon, Flip Chip, or mesh bonding processes
  • Perform manufacturing experiments; Interpret, analyze, and report results
  • Design tooling for assembly processes and products using Creo 3D
  • Create automated assembly programs for epoxy dispense, component placement and bonding
  • Write and maintain procedure documentation
  • Specify, select and qualify new equipment
  • Support prototyping, test reliability of prototypes and manage the transition into production
  • Evaluate critical suppliers and their materials to ensure they meet requirements
  • Analyze nonconforming components or assemblies and provide corrective action solutions
  • Occasional travel, less than 10%

Job Qualifications

Must be a recent graduate not exceeding 18 months from most recent degree.

BS, MS or PhD in Mechanical or Manufacturing Engineering, Materials Science or other related fields, with a strong mechanical aptitude and hands-on approach.

- A proactive and flexible team player who can work with large and diverse groups

- Demonstrated track record of learning new concepts and theories

- Demonstrated leadership and ownership, strong teamwork, interpersonal skills and follow-thru

- Excellent written and verbal communication skills


Familiarity with metallurgy, electroplating, precision machining, Six Sigma and Lean principles, statistical analysis, DOE, CAD skills, MATLAB or Python, tolerance and thermal analysis are highly desired.


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***Keysight is an Equal Opportunity Employer.***

Keysight Technologies Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other protected categories under all applicable laws.

Candidates can be considered to work from the following locations:

Americas : United States : California : Santa Rosa

Job ID : 11462 

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