• Assembler II

    Job Locations US-MN-Bloomington
    Posted Date 1 month ago(10/15/2018 3:45 PM)
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  • Overview

    Rudolph Technologies, Inc. is a leader in the design, development, manufacture and support of defect inspection, lithography, process control metrology, and process control software used by semiconductor and advanced packaging device manufacturers worldwide. We deliver comprehensive solutions throughout the fab with its families of proprietary products that provide critical yield-enhancing information, enabling microelectronic device manufacturers to drive down costs and time to market of their devices. 


    Our continued success requires maintaining the best team in the industry across all functions.


    We are currenty seeking a Sub-Assembly Technician.  As an Assembler, you will be trained in the use of a variety of hand & power tools, fixtures, work instructions and test equipment and are required to perform a series of operations to correctly assemble/test a variety of electrical, electro-mechanical, optical, and hardware devices.You  will be responsible for the installation of hardware, software, and wiring, and troubleshooting of electrical control systems, automation, and optical systems used in manufacture of semiconductor inspection and metrology equipment.You may work with design and manufacturing engineers to provide assistance in the development, installation, and operation of new electronic systems and/or sub-assemblies.  You should be familiar with test and calibration equipment associated with the assembled devices.


    • Assemble, calibrate, and test various devices in preparation for final system qualification/certification
    • Troubleshoot and repair electronic, mechanical, and optical sub-assemblies to board and on occasion component level.
    • Identify problems and notify appropriate personnel.
    • Maintain a clean and safe work area.
    • Determines and may develop test specifications, methods and procedures from blueprints, drawings and diagrams.
    • Tests and troubleshoots assemblies. May complete rework on assemblies as a result of testing.
    • Work in a class 10,000/1,000/100 clean room environment.


    Education Required:

    Associate of Science degree (A.S.), or military / work experience.


    Additional Skills Required:

    Language Skills:

    Ability to read, analyze, and interpret technical procedures and schematic diagrams


    Mathematical Skills:

    Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry in a manufacturing environment.


    Reasoning Ability:

    Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.



    Able to Work with little or no supervision. To supply customers both inside and outside of organization with assemblies that are on time and meet Rudolph Technologies quality standards.


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