Founded in 1960, Electronics Products, Inc. (EPI)is one of the longest running glass-to-metal seal microelectronic packaging companies in the United States. EPI has been operating in Newburyport for 47 years and recently acquired Semiconductor Enclosures, Inc (SEI), a fully integrated ceramic materials and microelectronic package supplier. Both companies will be working together to pursue new opportunities and provide a wide spectrum of materials and packaging capabilities. As part of our small team, you’ll be intimately involved in day-to-day activities that will enhance our advanced offerings to our customers and prospects.
We are growing our collective business with an aggressive quality policy that drives customer satisfaction, product and service excellence, and continuous improvement of our processes.
We're dedicated to our employees professional growth and offer educational benefits and cross-training opportunities.
EPI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender/sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status/military service, marital status, arrest record, gender identity, or other status protected by federal or state law, with regard to any term or condition of employment.
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Electronic Products Ind. Inc. is looking for, and willing to train an entry level manufacturing inspector. We have recently promoted some of our staff (you could be next) which makes room for others to join us, learn and expand their experience.
Job Description: Manufacturing Inspector
Candidates must be:
Manufacturing inspectors are responsible for inspection and test of all incoming, in-process, and final products as required. A significant amount of time will be spent viewing parts with low-power microscopes. Process documentation, drawings, visual aids and one-on-one training will be provided. Inspectors will record results, approve/reject material and provide feedback to related departments. All safety requirements must be followed. Training fellow employees may eventually be required. All personnel will be trained to understand and support the EPI Quality Management System.EPI staff are routinely deployed to cross-train in many departments so that:
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