AOI Programmer

JOB SUMMARY: Located at our Oakdale, MN facility, the AOI (Automated Optical Inspection) Programmer will provide programming expertise to support production schedules and quality goals. The AOI Programmer generates a program that is loaded for each production build, offering real time inspection feedback to the production line operators. This person will be responsible for programming Omron AOI, SPI (Solder Paste Inspection), and other automated inspection systems while offering guidance and training as necessary to AOI and SMT Line Operators.
Create programs for New Product Introductions.
Monitor daily production programs, updating programs as needed.
Recognize and troubleshoot programming issues and process issues.
Update programs to reflect ECO changes.
Make programming adjustments to correct any high false call rates or escapes from prior build results.
Train AOI operators on; AOI Equipment Use, Recognition of true and false defects, Working with SMT line operators to provide immediate feedback of placement or soldering issues for immediate corrective action.
Provide technical support to AOI operators.
Must be self-motivated with the ability to work independently and in a team environment
Good vision, hand coordination and manual dexterity are required.
Ability to read, write and otherwise communicate effectively in English.
Must be able to read and understand work routers, bill of materials, assembly drawings, component identification, and component polarity.
Basic PC Knowledge.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The employee is regularly required to sit; use hands and fingers, handle or feel objects, talk, hear, and see. Employee will be using a microscope. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, stand, walk, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or reach with hands and arms. The environment is fast-paced; time pressured, and requires accuracy. The employee will regularly multi-task between projects, be required to move throughout the office building and production floor. Effectively communicate orally and written. The normal environment is typical of a manufacturing production floor environment.
The statements on this job description are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by incumbents. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required by all incumbents, and all job descriptions are subject to change to accommodate business necessity. In support of KeyTronicEMS' goals some incumbents may perform other duties as assigned. In addition, all KeyTronicEMS employees are expected to:
Promote teamwork and cooperative effort
Help train and give guidance to other KeyTronicEMS employees
Maintain a clean, safe, and unobstructed work area
Provide customers with the highest quality of products and service
Understand and apply appropriate quality improvement processes
A high school education or equivalent along with at least 2 years of relevant experience.
Computer proficiency, including Microsoft Office Applications.
Proven training and demonstrated ability to program AOI systems, or similar experience.
Proficient in Microsoft Office applications
Desired experience with IPC-610 standards or equivalent.
Desired (strongly) experience in Electronical Component Identification and experience in an electronics manufacturing envirionment.

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