eDFM Engineer | Schlumberger

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eDFM Engineer

Sugar Land - United States

The eDFM Engineer is a change agent, a quick learner and has a passion for excellence. The eDFM Engineer is responsible for managing complex electro-mechanical assemblies throughout Schlumberger’s development process. This includes responsibility for defining component mounting, selection of adhesives, potting and coatings, mechanical design and qualification of electrical systems for harsh shock, vibration, and thermal environments. The eDFM Engineer is also responsible for ensuring a manufacturable design consistent with contract manufacturer (CM) equipment and processes. This includes responsibility for manufacturing process fixtures, instructions and profiles to optimize production yield and ultimately the reliability of the electrical system.  Oversight of electronic design readiness. The eDFM Engineer takes an active role in solving complex manufacturing problems and troubleshooting quality and production yield related issues within manufacturing.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Participate in high level design activities and physical implementation of the functional design
  • Collaborate with the Design Engineer, eCAD, mCAD, Test Engineer and DFM, to ensure robust electro-mechanical design.
  • Optimize the vibration & thermal compliance of the electrical system design as well compatibility of components with the assembly processes.
  • Create electrical assembly manufacturing process instructions
  • Responsible for DFA (Design for Assembly) and design for cost
  • Facilitate the design of jigs and tools needed for manufacturing of electrical system (PWA, harness, validation fixture, etc)
  • Inspect electronics for quality and reliability standards such as IPC-610 class 3, etc.
  • Analyzes manufacturing processes of electronic assemblies for potential risks and implements mitigation measures (pFMEA)
  • Investigates manufacturing process related failures of electronic assemblies and leads corrective and preventive activities
  • Optimize manufacturing yield during development phase - focal point to drive manufacturing to target levels, interfacing with engineering, eCAD, and Test to implement corrective actions.
  • Review documentation for compliance with eDFM specifications
  • Coordinate the prototype building process and ensure proper feedback (Prototype Build Report, Procurability Analysis) are given to the design team
  • Coordinate the CM transfer process with Supply Chain
  • Successfully complete required safety training, wear PPE as appropriate, observe health, safety and environmental policies

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Bachelor or Master degree in Electrical, Process, Industrial/Manufacturing Eng. or Material Science.
  • Knowledge of electrical system packaging design (substrates, component mounting, thermal principles)
  • Knowledge of contract manufacturer processes and practices
  • Can function independently and in a team
  • Strong decision making
  • Strong leadership skills and able to effect change through influence
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Candidates must be able to legally work and reside in the US, without sponsorship

Schlumberger is an equal employment opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, status as a protected veteran or other characteristics protected by law.

Schlumberger is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor- priority referral Protected Veterans requested.

 

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