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FEBRUARY 2018 I PCB007 MAGAZINE 91 Become a Certified IPC Master Instructor at EPTAC Job Summary: We are growing! EPTAC, a leading provider in the electronics training industry is looking for some great people to join our team. If you love teaching people, choosing the classes and times you want to work, and basically being your own boss, this may be the career for you. We are looking for instructors that have a pas- sion for working with people to develop their skills and knowledge. If you have a background in electronics manufacturing and an enthusi- asm for education, drop us a line or send us your resume. We would love to chat with you. Opportunities available across U.S. and Cana- da, especially in our growing markets of Cali- fornia, Chicago, Minnesota and New England. Some travel involved. IPC-7711/7721 or IPC- A-620 CIT certification a big plus. Qualifications and Skills: • A love of teaching and an enthusiasm to help others learn new concepts and skills • Background in electronics manufacturing • Previous soldering and/or electronics/cable assembly experience • Previous IPC Certification a plus, but will certify the right candidate Benefits: • Ability to operate from home: no required in-office schedule • Flexible schedule: control your own time, work as often as you like • IRA retirement matching contributions after one year of service • Training and certifications provided and maintained by EPTAC Career Opportunities Chemical Process Engineer Chemcut, a leading manufacturer of wet-pro- cessing equipment for the manufacture of printed circuit boards for more than 60 years, is seeking a Chemical Process Engineer. This position is located at Chemcut's main facili- ty in State College, Pennsylvania. Applicants should have an associate degree or trade school degree, or 4 years equivalent in chemi- cal process engineering. Job responsibilities include: • Developing new industrial processes • Providing process criteria for both new equipment and modifying existing equipment • Testing new processes and equipment • Collecting data required to make improvements and modifications • Assisting in investigating and trouble- shooting customer process problems • Ensuring that equipment works to its specification and to appropriate capacities • Assessing safety and environmental issues • Coordinating with installation/project engineers • Ensuring safe working conditions and compliance with health and safety legislation Key Skills: • Aptitude for, and interest in chemistry, IT and numeracy • Analytical thinking • Commercial awareness • Ability to perform under pressure • Communication and teamwork • Problem-solving Experience with circuit board processes is a plus. Contact Arlene at 814-272-2800 or by clicking below.

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