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Front Of Line Assembly Operator

Front of Line (FOL) Assembly Operator position is in a semiconductor cleanroom assembly area. Responsibilities cover many facets of microelectronics assembly; including die and wafer processing, chip-and-wire assembly, assembly of various packaging configuration, reliability lab testing, environmental screening , visual inspection and sorting of semiconductor devices. Immediate responsibilities will be performing visual die inspection of a variety of chip-and-wire.

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Front Of Line Assembly Operator

Summary of Position

Front of Line (FOL) Assembly Operator position is in a semiconductor cleanroom assembly area. Responsibilities cover many facets of microelectronics assembly; including die and wafer processing, chip-and-wire assembly, assembly of various packaging configuration, reliability lab testing, environmental screening , visual inspection and sorting of semiconductor devices. Immediate responsibilities will be performing visual die inspection of a variety of chip-and-wire.

Essential Job Requirements

  • High degree of manual dexterity while using a microscope.
  • Knowledge of basic semiconductor assembly equipment.
  • Ability to learn the operation of complex equipment with special training.
  • Proper handling of delicate hardware and materials with small tools like tweezers and small tipped vacuum wands.
  • Ability to maintain (with high level standards for accuracy) data recording, lot traceability, and machine logs.
  • In addition, this position has a strong potential to progress into a team lead. At that time, the role could include responsibilities for progress reporting and additional interaction with other departments like Quality Control and Production Control. Prior experience in a lead role will be beneficial.

Required Education

  • High School diploma

Required Experience

  • Microelectronics assembly experience (related to MIL-STD-883, MIL-PRF-38534 and/or MIL-PRF-38535) is essential.
  • Five years minimum experience in a cleanroom assembly environment is required.
  • Experience in a lead role organizing work for others and supervising daily progress is also preferred.

Required Skills

  • Microelectronics assembly (related to MIL-PRF-38535 and MIL-STD-883) experience is essential.

Physical Requirements

  • The use of a microscope is required for up to 8 hours per day.
  • Must be able to stand for up to 4 hours per day while running certain equipment.
  • Must be able to operate complex assembly and wafer processing equipment after specialized training.

This position is open to U.S. citizens by birth or naturalization and U.S. nationals.

Qualified candidates must fill out the Golden Altos Employment Application Form and send/submit with their resume to:

 

kpascual@goldenaltos.com   (Kissy Pascual)

Or FAX (408) 956-1212 — Attention: Human Resources

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Lab / Environmental Test Technician

Lab / Environmental Test Technician position in a high-reliability semiconductor mechanical/environmental testing laboratory. Responsibilities include performing  Temperature Cycle, Thermal Shock, Fine & Gross Leak Testing, THBT, HAST, HTOL, maintenance and calibration as per the specifications.  Data recording, lot traceability, machine logs entry will need to be maintained to a high-level of accuracy.

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Lab / Environmental Test Technician

Summary of Position

Lab / Environmental Test Technician position in a high-reliability semiconductor mechanical/environmental testing laboratory. Responsibilities include performing  Temperature Cycle, Thermal Shock, Fine & Gross Leak Testing, THBT, HAST, HTOL, maintenance and calibration as per the specifications.  Data recording, lot traceability, machine logs entry will need to be maintained to a high-level of accuracy.

Essential Job Requirements

  • Ensure that the equipment used are maintained and ready for processing customer’s supplied semiconductor devices including qualification samples.
  • Responsible for performing Temp Cycle, Thermal Shock system operation, Fine & Gross Leak Testing, THBT, HAST, HTOL, maintenance and calibration as per the specifications.
  • Keep track of PM and calibration schedules.
  • Identify and improve or define processes and infrastructure.
  • Data recording, lot traceability, machine logs entry will need to be maintained to high-level of accuracy.

Required Education:   

  • High School diploma

Required Experience:  

  • Working in a lab environment is preferred.
  • Experience in electronics industry including handling of integrated circuits is also preferred.
  • Must be able to read electronic systems/circuit schematics.
  • At least 2-3 years minimum experience is required.

This position is open to U.S. citizens by birth or naturalization and U.S. nationals.

Qualified candidates must fill out the Golden Altos Employment Application Form and send/submit their Resume to:

kpascual@goldenaltos.com (Kissy Pascual)
Or Fax (408) 956-1212  Attention: Human Resources

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Third Optical Visual Inspector

Third Optical Visual Inspector position is in a semiconductor cleanroom assembly area. Responsibilities cover many facets of microelectronics assembly; including die and wafer processing, chip-and-wire assembly, assembly of various packaging configuration,  visual inspection and sorting of semiconductor devices. Immediate responsibilities will be performing pre-cap visual die and bond wire inspection.

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Third Optical Visual Inspector

Summary of Position

Third Optical Visual Inspector position is in a semiconductor cleanroom assembly area. Responsibilities cover many facets of microelectronics assembly; including die and wafer processing, chip-and-wire assembly, assembly of various packaging configuration,  visual inspection and sorting of semiconductor devices. Immediate responsibilities will be performing pre-cap visual die and bond wire inspection.

Essential Job Requirements

  • High degree of manual dexterity while using a microscope.
  • Knowledge of basic semiconductor assembly equipment.
  • Ability to learn the operation of complex equipment with special training.
  • Proper handling of delicate hardware and materials with small tools like tweezers and small tipped vacuum wands.
  • Ability to maintain (with high-level standards for accuracy) data recording, lot traceability, and machine logs.
  • In addition, this position has a strong potential to progress into a team lead. At that time, the role could include responsibilities for progress reporting and additional interaction with other departments like Quality Control and Production Control. Prior experience in a lead role will be beneficial.

Required Education

  • High School diploma

Required Experience

  • Microelectronics assembly experience (related to MIL-STD-883, MIL-PRF-38534 and/or MIL-PRF-38535) is essential.
  • Five years minimum experience in a cleanroom assembly environment is required.
  • Experience in a lead role organizing work for others and supervising daily progress is also preferred.

Required Skills

  • Microelectronics assembly (related to MIL-PRF-38535 and MIL-STD-883) experience is essential.

Physical Requirements

  • The use of a microscope is required for up to 8 hours per day. 

This position is open to U.S. citizens by birth or naturalization and U.S. nationals.

Qualified candidates must fill out the Golden Altos Employment Application Form and send/submit with their resume to:

kpascual@goldenaltos.com   (Kissy Pascual)

Or FAX (408) 956-1212 — Attention: Human Resources

Apply Now

Die Attach Operator

Die Attach Operator position is in a semiconductor cleanroom assembly area. Responsibilities cover many facets of microelectronics assembly; including die and wafer processing, chip-and-wire assembly, visual inspection and sorting of semiconductor devices. Immediate responsibilities will be performing die attach on a variety of devices.

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Die Attach Operator

Summary of Position

Die Attach Operator position is in a semiconductor cleanroom assembly area. Responsibilities cover many facets of microelectronics assembly; including die and wafer processing, chip-and-wire assembly, visual inspection and sorting of semiconductor devices. Immediate responsibilities will be performing die attach on a variety of devices.

Essential Job Requirements

  • High degree of manual dexterity while using a microscope.
  • Knowledge of basic semiconductor assembly equipment.
  • Ability to learn the operation of complex equipment with special training.
  • Proper handling of delicate hardware and materials with small tools like tweezers and small tipped vacuum wands.
  • Ability to maintain (with high-level standards for accuracy) data recording, lot traceability, and machine logs.
  • In addition, this position has a strong potential to progress into a team lead. At that time, the role could include responsibilities for progress reporting and additional interaction with other departments like Quality Control and Production Control. Prior experience in a lead role will be beneficial.

Required Education

  • High School diploma

Required Experience

  • Microelectronics assembly experience (related to MIL-STD-883, MIL-PRF-38534 and/or MIL-PRF-38535) is essential.
  • Five years minimum experience in a cleanroom assembly environment is required.
  • Experience in a lead role organizing work for others and supervising daily progress is also preferred.

Required Skills

  • Microelectronics assembly (related to MIL-PRF-38535 and MIL-STD-883) experience is essential.

Physical Requirements

  • The use of a microscope is required for up to 8 hours per day.
  • Must be able to stand for up to 4 hours per day while running certain equipment.
  • Must be able to operate complex assembly and wafer processing equipment after specialized training.

This position is open to U.S. citizens by birth or naturalization and U.S. nationals.

Qualified candidates must fill out the Golden Altos Employment Application Form and send/submit with their resume to:

kpascual@goldenaltos.com   (Kissy Pascual)

Or FAX (408) 956-1212 — Attention: Human Resources

Apply Now

Process Engineer

Process Engineer  — Work closely with Production, Engineering, Quality and Customer Service. This involves designing of new production tools with Engineering, training of operators on new processes and tooling use. Proper documentation of new processes. And timely delivery of products to customers by eliminating process issues with production.

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Process Engineer

Summary of Position

Work closely with Production, Engineering, Quality and Customer Service. This involves designing of new production tools with Engineering, training of operators on new processes and tooling use. Proper documentation of new processes. And timely delivery of products to customers by eliminating process issues with production.

Required Experience

  • Must possess knowledge of Military specifications used in the manufacturing of semiconductor components such as MIL-STD-202, MIL-STD-750, MIL-STD-883, MIL-PRF-38535 and other related specifications.
  • Hands on clean room assembly experience from wafer saw to package seal; Hands on non-clean room assembly experience such as mark, trim, solder, fine and gross leak.
  • Ability to identify assembly process rejects and root causes. This may involve, Failure analysis using both internal sources and outside services such as X-ray, SEM, FTIR and others. Data analysis, SPC, FMEA and other industry standard methods.
  • Ability to work with customers on technical issues and give advice. Issues may involve the development of new processes for hybrid assembly, package selection and layout based proposed bonding diagram, Materials used for assembly such as die attach adhesive, wire size and composition, seal process based on device sensitivity and marking process based on device application.
  • Proficient in Microsoft office and AutoCAD for generating bonding diagram, reports, and analysis
  • Ability to work with vendors/suppliers to meet the specific requirements of the customer’s specification.
  • Understanding of vendors design rules and ability to relate this information to the customer when designing new packages.
  • 5 years minimum as a Process Engineer or applicable experience.

Required Education:

  • BS/MS Degree in Engineering or Technical Field

This position is open to U.S. citizens by birth or naturalization and U.S. nationals.

Qualified candidates must fill out the Golden Altos Employment Application Form and send/submit with their resume to

kpascual@goldenaltos.com   (Kissy Pascual)

Or FAX (408) 956-1212 — Attention: Human Resources

Apply Now