Assembly Operator - 2nd Shift

Rochester Electronics

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Newburyport, MA
Second Shift

Job Description

As posted by the hiring company

Job Overview:

Are you ready to take your Manufacturing skills to the next level and join a company that thrives on Technology?  If yes, we have the perfect position for you!

For the last 40 years Rochester Electronics, in partnership with over 70 leading semiconductor manufacturers, has provided our valued customers with a continuous source of critical semiconductors. As an original manufacturer stocking distributor, Rochester has over 15 billion devices in stock encompassing more than 200,000-part numbers, providing the world’s most extensive range of end-of-life (EOL) and broadest range of active semiconductors. As a licensed semiconductor manufacturer, Rochester has manufactured over 20,000 device types. With over 12 billion die in stock, Rochester has the capability to manufacture over 70,000 device types.

At Rochester Electronics, we create an awesome employee experience focused on value, performance, motivation, recognition, and career growth. Many companies say their employees are their most important asset. At Rochester Electronics, we mean it!! We offer best-in-class medical insurance, and we pay 92% of the premium giving you and your family peace of mind.


General Summary

Responsibilities involve the operation of microelectronics assembly equipment, including die and wafer processing, chip-and-wire assembly, assembly of various components, screening, visual inspection, measurement, and sorting of semiconductor devices. The role includes Quality Assurance-level inspection responsibilities. 



  • Operation of manual, automatic, and semi-automatic microelectronics assembly equipment with supervision
  • Inspection of die and packages to various Military and Jedec standards using high and low power microscopes
  • Follows defined specifications and reaction paths or written/verbal instruction
  • Use multiple hand tools to manually process delicate products without damaging components
  • Train other employees on basic equipment operation and assembly process
  • Maintain well-organized and audit ready work areas
  • Utilize computer-based manufacturing systems to move product and enter data