Job Summary

Wavelength Electronics designs and manufactures precision electronics for critical Laser Systems. Our drivers are used in challenging applications like surgery, medical tests, dangerous chemical detectors, climate research – and other technology that significantly improves lives. What we do matters in the world.

We’re looking for someone to team with our current Manufacturing Engineer to oversee the Electronics Test side of the facility, develop robust assembly processes, and work with the Design Engineering team to release new products. Hours are flexible, Monday through Friday, at our automated, clean manufacturing facility. We are constantly experimenting with new processes and upgrading our capabilities.

Benefits include competitive wages, paid health insurance premiums (100% for employee AND dependents), HSA contribution, 401k, paid vacation, sick leave and holidays, and an excellent working environment.

The team you’d be joining is well trained, takes pride in their work, and comes to work with a smile. Individuals have autonomy over their work with support for questions and brainstorming from senior members of the team. This role is an opportunity to gain high-tech, hands-on skills in a friendly, respectful environment.

Key Objectives

  • Keep the electronics test equipment running and proactively monitored and maintained.
  • Lead post-SMT process development for all new products and EMS jobs.
  • Develop new production processes and specify equipment to accomplish tasks.
  • Determine root cause of failures to improve processes.
  • Design & implement new test fixtures with Engineering Team.
  • Handle non-standard troubleshooting tasks that exceed the tech’s knowledge base.

Education & Experience

  • Ideally has a EE degree & two years related experience – or equivalent practical experience
  • Knowledge of analog circuit troubleshooting – e.g. op-amp circuits, control systems
  • Ability to work with multimeters & schematics to troubleshoot and repair fixtures
  • Knowledge of hand soldering and solder rework equipment a plus
  • Knowledge of IPC standards a plus

You’ll love working at Wavelength if you are…

A Creative Problem Solver: You are resourceful, confident, flexible, and positive.
Able to troubleshoot electronics components: You know your op-amps and transistors and with a bit of training can narrow down faults using schematics.
Handy with a soldering iron: Repairs and rework can become second nature (even under a microscope).
Focused on High Reliability: You know or want to learn IPC standards and how to build reliable electronics for critical laser systems.
A Fan of Variety: You thrive when each day is different from the next.
Attentive to detail: You can design a test protocol that will catch any faults.
Process Driven: You know if you nail the process, quality follows, and you always nail the process.
Personable: You are professional with both written and verbal communication. You are sociable and earn the trust of the team.
Playful: You have fun while working hard. We laugh and celebrate wins as a team.

Does this sound like you? Send your resume and a cover letter to explaining why you’d like to join our long-standing team.

Job Type: Full-time

COVID-19 considerations:
At this time, Gallatin County is at low-risk of transmission. Masks are optional.

Wavelength Electronics, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

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