The IPC Trainer need to support & develop Spellman training and certification program for on-boarding of new direct & indirect production personnel, including on their scope current collaborators such as: supervisors, engineers, solders, assemblers & managers.
The IPC Trainer needs to ensure the proper and timely training to move into new work areas, new products, new process (new technology), process changes due to ECN’s and work areas in which they have not worked in some period of time.
- Be the on-site authority for soldering, inspection & rework.
- Work on production floor as hands on trainer (solder & assembly process).
- Work in classroom deploying, sustaining, developing, purchasing training material.
- Accountable of the company training program.
- Manager of the different training/certification schedules.
- Ensure proper tools & materials in the classroom.
- Audit tools and methods used in manufacturing areas.
- Support the profile definition for manual soldering components.
- Support the definition of Life cycle of consumables involves with solder, assembly and rework.
- Manager of visual factory & information displayed related with training.
- Work with the Quality engineering group to evaluate people trained.
- Manage training & certification records.
- Assure proper monitor of people recently introduced on the different areas – People must by easily identified.
- Attend operation needs in case of volumes variation – Internal transfers, volume increase/decrease, absenteeism, etc.
- Support Quality team with the Root cause analysis, containment, and corrective actions.
- Be accountable of training KPI’s.
- Manage the re-fresh training program.
- Identify skills of people related with solder & inspection process.
- Secure the facility for conduct trainings.
- Secure equipment (solder stations, PCBs, components, metal chassis, screws, torques, etc).
- Coaching / Mentoring. Trainer will be held accountable for the quality of work for people under evaluation.
- More than 5 years of Experience on J-STD-001Requirements for soldered electrical and electronic assemblies - Certified IPC Trainer desired.
- More than 5 years of Experience on IPC-A-610 Acceptability of electronic assemblies - Certified IPC Trainer desired.
- More than 5 years of Experience on IPC-7711/7721 Rework, modification, and repair of electronics assemblies - Certified IPC Trainer desired.
- More than 5 years of Experience on electronic/manufacturing industries.
- Experience on Quality Systems - training
- Electronic Component ID, basic functions, and proper handling.
- Strong oral and written communication skills, including the ability to clearly communicate data limitations and deadlines, as well as present findings to management and colleagues.
- Coaching / Mentoring
- Be able to manage classes for medium size groups (>20).
- Excellent communication skills.
- Working conditions are normal for both an office and manufacturing environment. Must be able to sit and work at a computer keyboard for extended periods of time; able to stoop, kneel, bend at the waist, and reach on a daily basis; able to perform general office administrative activities: copying, filing, delivering and using the telephone.
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