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Apprentice Program - Maintenance Mechanic APC - Nashua NH
AMPHENOL PRINTED CIRCUIT APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMProgram:Apprenticeship - Maintenance MechanicPosition Type: Non-ExemptLocation: 91 Northeastern Blvd., Nashua, NH/NHTI Manchester, NHAmphenol Printed Circuits is looking for talented, hard-working candidates willing to attend classes for the Maintenance Mechanic Apprenticeship Program while working their current position forty (40) hours per week. Candidates will gain valuable knowledge with the possibility of a full-time career in Maintenance as positions become available.Description:Three year Apprentice Program with a clear path to Certified Maintenance Mechanic earned through dedication and a strong work ethic. Along with pre-technical foundations skills such as math, blueprint reading candidates will learn the fundamentals, plus maintenance procedures and troubleshooting. Professional development apprenticeship program highlights the following subjects:Basic Math Class held onsiteSchematic and Blueprint Reading Class held onsiteIntroduction to Computers Class held onsiteIntroduction to Machine Maintenance Class held onsiteManufacturing Processes NHTI – Manchester, NHElectrical Fundamentals for Manufacturing NHTI – Manchester, NHMotor Controls and PLCs for Manufacturing NHTI – Manchester, NHBasic Machining Practices NHTI – Manchester, NHGas and Arc Welding Lab NHTI – Manchester, NHGas and Arc Welding Theory NHTI – Manchester, NHProgram Information:Amphenol Printed Circuits will assist with costs associated with the Maintenance Mechanic Apprenticeship Program. Reimbursement of paid costs will be required if employee fails to complete the program or leaves the Company within two years of completing the program.Program Duties: Candidates will be required to complete a 6,400-hour training program focused on achieving Maintenance Mechanic certificate. Onsite classes will start in May 2018 and will be held during the day.NHTI classes will start in the fall 2018 on weekday evenings.Prog
Helpdesk Technician APC - Nashua NH
***NO Recruiters at this time PLEASE. We will reach out if additional support is needed.***The Helpdesk Technician will be responsible for providing technical assistance and support for incoming queries related to computer, software, and hardware. Responding to customers seeking assistance, runs diagnostic programs, isolates problem, and determines and implements solutions.Duties/Responsibilities: Support to internal customer inquiries via phone, email and in person with hardware and software problems related to desktops, laptops, printers and peripherals. Ability to identify technical issues and concerns. Perform root cause analysis on reported problems. Creating and following documentation surrounding incoming tickets. Providing high level of customer service to all internal and external customers. Takes ownership and ensures proper processes are followed for efficient support. Differentiating and reverting networking, security and Epic specific issues to the appropriate internal team. Provide updates, status and task completion information to IT Network Analyst. Escalates unresolved issues to the appropriate technical support partners Shares knowledge and proactively identifies the needs of the organization Build workstations and spare replacement systems. Monitor manufacturing system performance and conditions. Mobile Device support to ensure consistent enterprise connectivity Provide information technology user training and support to all new hires. Support to systems and operations environment after hours on call. Will be required to perform other duties as requested, directed or assigned. Provide backup to the IT Network Analyst as requested.Requirements: BA in CS or MIS, MCP, MCDST, or MSCE certification preferred Experience with Track IT helpdesk system. Knowledge of LAN & VPN Remote Connectivity, TCP/IP Microsoft Office Specialist(MOS) Working knowledge of Linux or UNIX. Basic knowledge of Active Directory, hardware, operating systems, and client side
Manufacturing Engineer - Assembly APC - Nashua NH
Amphenol Printed Circuit is a world leader in the printed circuit industry, building PCB’s, Backplanes, Flex and Rigid Flex products to meet our customers’ demanding needs. Amphenol Printed Circuit’s (APC) capabilities are among the world’s broadest and most advanced, delivering consistent quality and reliability for demanding high-bandwidth systems and mission critical applications for more than 30 years. Proven engineering and manufacturing expertise eliminates design obstacles. The 214,000 square foot New Hampshire facility features state-of-the-art PCB manufacturing equipment and optimized material handling to ensure the highest quality and consistency. APC serves the military/aerospace and high technology commercial markets. Our Advanced Assembly and Test Operations are located in Nashua NH and Nogales Mexico.This position is responsible for developing cost effective manufacturing operation for an assigned product area.Duties/Responsibilities: Follow all short sheets, standard operating procedures and Amphenol’s company safety regulations. Reviews product design and makes appropriate recommendations of design changes to optimize DFM. Develops jigs, tools, fixtures and methods for efficient fabrication and assembly. Documents new methods and follows through to assure efficient implementation to the assigned production. Communicates with customers on manufacturing issues. Manages manufacturing improvement projects. Updates existing process specifications and writes new ones as needed. Participates in continuous improvement efforts by identifying systematic problems and acting upon. May supervise engineering technicians and or operators. Maintains mechanical engineering. Will be required to perform other duties as requested, directed or assigned.Requirements: Bachelor's degree from four-year college or university; five years related experience in Mechanical Engineering and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and e
Master Scheduler APC - Nashua NH
Amphenol Printed Circuits has become a world-class provider of time-critical, technologically advanced engineering and manufacturing services for the electronics industry. Amphenol Printed Circuits currently has an exciting opportunity for a well-qualified Master Scheduler. This individual is responsible for loading the factory to ensure all job orders are produced and delivered On-time to customers. The Master Scheduler will oversee the Planning Managers, interface with production managers and Sales Representatives.Duties/Responsibilities: Creates and manages valid production schedule including review of all new job orders to confirm appropriate turn-around time. Analyzes schedule for customer pull in and push out requests. Responsible for load and capacity planning including analysis and leading action planning with operations management team. Includes items such as management ofpersonnel, material and equipment resources needed to meet production schedules and to protect on-time delivery. Works with materials to facilitate proper material alignment. Responsible for data integrity in the system surrounding the production plan, forecast, customer orders, inventory order and capacity constraints. Responsible to make sure all operation departments are adhering to the production schedule and adjusting the production schedule where necessary to maintain on-time delivery to the customer. Review daily reports regarding work in progress to maintain a constant awareness of jobs being processed, factory issues and equipment malfunctions to quickly determine necessary alternatives to maintain production schedules and on-time delivery. Lead daily production meetings to direct production activities and establish priorities. Responsible to communicate and guide the Production Managers on the execution of the production schedule.Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent. Minimum 3-5 years applicable technical and/or customer service experience or equivalent. Experienc
Quality Engineer I APC - Nashua NH
The Quality Engineer I position is responsible for helping plan, coordinate, and implement process controls designed to ensure quality control and quality assurance through all levels of the organization. Provides direct assessments of operations and opportunities for performance improvements through internal quality assessments. Helps to resolve quality issues, taking appropriate corrective actions when necessary, by implementing performance improvements; through integration of policies and systems.Duties/Responsibilities: Working directly with customer drawings, PO’s, specifications, quality systems flow downs, (e.g., pack and ship sheets), supplier quality requirements (SQR’s), and customer websites or portals. Supports the preparation and review of quality documentation and deliverables for fulfilling technical requirements for final product delivery. Maintains communications with Engineering, Manufacturing, Purchasing, Finance, Quoting, Customers and Suppliers on quality related issues. Communication and interpersonal skills required to Interface with personnel at various technical and managerial levels, helping to identify quality issues and collaboratively pursue solutions. Recommend, develop, implement and maintain quality assurance systems, methods and procedures. Review engineering documentation, process specifications, manufacturing methods, contractual requirements and testing procedures to identify compliance with QA requirements. Use root cause analysis tools and techniques, issue appropriate documentation, coordinate corrective action, and follow-up to assure effective solutions of problems. Creates a teamwork environment while working with cognizant personnel to identify and implement corrective actions. Develop process improvement efforts using a data driven approach, (e.g., apply SPC, statistical process control) methods for analyzing data to evaluate current state and/or the need for changes. Using these analytical techniques to devel