Careers at Promex

Promex Industries, Inc. and its QP Technologies Division offer competitive salaries, flexible working hours and good benefits – including 401K and medical/dental insurance.

Promex Industries, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.

Careers at Promex

Promex Industries, Inc. and its Quik-Pak Division offer competitive salaries, flexible working hours, and good benefits – including 401K and medical/dental insurance.

Promex Industries, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.

Career Opportunites

We are a fast-growing company with many opportunities for advancement. If you think you have what it takes to work for us, email your resume and cover letter to Yvonne Esquer careers@promex-ind.com and include the name of the position in the subject line. No phone calls, please.

Director, Medical Device Business Development

Santa Clara, CA
Full Time

Position Summary:

Develop medical device customers for the Company’s contract assembly services.   The Company specializes in building sub-assemblies that are physically small, that incorporate electronic functionality as well as other technologies such as optics, fluids, chemistries, acoustics, etc. This is a B2B custom sale, most commonly starting with the customer’s engineering team, and after successful assembly process development,  transitioning to the customer’s procurement and operational teams.  The ideal candidate can identify viable prospects by assessing a customer’s technical and business needs in relation to the core competencies the Company offers.  Therefore, to be effective in this key role,  this individual must be well-versed in medical device industry Product development requirements, become very familiar the Company’s Process development capabilities, and can work between the customer and Company in establishing an assembly process that meets or exceeds expectations throughout a year’s long Product Life Cycle (typically 5± years) . Additionally, good marketing and strategic analysis are important, along with program planning, negotiating skills, closing orders, penetrating multiple organizations and levels in the customer to build a deep relationship. This approach has successfully resulted in the Company manufacturing implantable devices, hearing aids, endoscopic surgical devices, genomics testing systems, molecular diagnostic platforms, and life science instrumentation to name a few.

Essential Duties:

The Director will build market position by locating, defining, developing, negotiating, and closing a few (2 to 4) major ($1,000,000/yr.) business relationships each year.

  • Understands the competitive dynamics in the full-service microelectronic assembly services provider industry, especially as it pertains to the various assembly technologies employed.
  • Receives requests for quotation and provides details to the development team that will propose the detailed services for presentation to the customer, then acts as the liaison between the customer, Engineering and Program Management.
  • Negotiates Terms and Conditions, Engineering Services, and Manufacturing/Supply agreements with customers, or helps modify customer-supplied contract and partnership documents.
  • Coordinate all aspects of the sales process including actively understanding and documenting customer requirements, fiscal requirements, ensure customer provides proper documentation for the order to be processed in manufacturing, communication with the customer regarding schedule/delivery expectations, and obtaining customer feedback.
  • Attends regular marketing and sales meetings and strategy sessions to remain informed of external and internal strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, or potential business threats
  • Participates in developing and executing the company’s Medical and Biotech marketing and sales strategy.
  • May represent the company at trade association meetings and exhibits to promote our varied services

Minimum Qualifications:

At least a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Science. Superb listening and reading comprehension, attention to detail, and excellent verbal and written communication skills are required.  Possess an understanding of medical devices and the medical industry and its terminology. Have contacts and at least 10 years of experience successfully selling custom technical components or services to major medical customers.  Proficient using Microsoft Office applications: Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and be familiar with the internet to find information, develop presentations, proposals, and other materials to communicate with customers and the Company.  Must be able to travel domestically and internationally.

Key Competencies:

Sales/business development experience in the medical or biomedical markets.  Ability to recognize a good opportunity, develop a solution utilizing the Company’s capabilities and sell that to the customer.  Ability to develop and maintain excellent customer relationships.  Possess good planning and time management skills.  Ability to use common sense to solve practical problems.   Possess an inquisitive and curious nature.

Preferred Skills:

Salesforce or equivalent CRM platform experience is preferred.   Prior knowledge of FDA regulations, as well as experience working in medical device contract manufacturing, ISO and ITAR certified environments, is also preferred.

Director, Medical Device Business Development

Santa Clara, CA
Full Time

Position Summary:

Develop medical device customers for the Company’s contract assembly services.   The Company specializes in building sub-assemblies that are physically small, that incorporate electronic functionality as well as other technologies such as optics, fluids, chemistries, acoustics, etc. This is a B2B custom sale, most commonly starting with the customer’s engineering team, and after successful assembly process development,  transitioning to the customer’s procurement and operational teams.  The ideal candidate can identify viable prospects by assessing a customer’s technical and business needs in relation to the core competencies the Company offers.  Therefore, to be effective in this key role,  this individual must be well-versed in medical device industry Product development requirements, become very familiar the Company’s Process development capabilities, and can work between the customer and Company in establishing an assembly process that meets or exceeds expectations throughout a year’s long Product Life Cycle (typically 5± years) . Additionally, good marketing and strategic analysis are important, along with program planning, negotiating skills, closing orders, penetrating multiple organizations and levels in the customer to build a deep relationship. This approach has successfully resulted in the Company manufacturing implantable devices, hearing aids, endoscopic surgical devices, genomics testing systems, molecular diagnostic platforms, and life science instrumentation to name a few.

Essential Duties:

The Director will build market position by locating, defining, developing, negotiating, and closing a few (2 to 4) major ($1,000,000/yr.) business relationships each year.

  • Understands the competitive dynamics in the full-service microelectronic assembly services provider industry, especially as it pertains to the various assembly technologies employed.
  • Receives requests for quotation and provides details to the development team that will propose the detailed services for presentation to the customer, then acts as the liaison between the customer, Engineering and Program Management.
  • Negotiates Terms and Conditions, Engineering Services, and Manufacturing/Supply agreements with customers, or helps modify customer-supplied contract and partnership documents.
  • Coordinate all aspects of the sales process including actively understanding and documenting customer requirements, fiscal requirements, ensure customer provides proper documentation for the order to be processed in manufacturing, communication with the customer regarding schedule/delivery expectations, and obtaining customer feedback.
  • Attends regular marketing and sales meetings and strategy sessions to remain informed of external and internal strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, or potential business threats
  • Participates in developing and executing the company’s Medical and Biotech marketing and sales strategy.
  • May represent the company at trade association meetings and exhibits to promote our varied services

Minimum Qualifications:

At least a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Science. Superb listening and reading comprehension, attention to detail, and excellent verbal and written communication skills are required.  Possess an understanding of medical devices and the medical industry and its terminology. Have contacts and at least 10 years of experience successfully selling custom technical components or services to major medical customers.  Proficient using Microsoft Office applications: Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and be familiar with the internet to find information, develop presentations, proposals, and other materials to communicate with customers and the Company.  Must be able to travel domestically and internationally.

Key Competencies:

Sales/business development experience in the medical or biomedical markets.  Ability to recognize a good opportunity, develop a solution utilizing the Company’s capabilities and sell that to the customer.  Ability to develop and maintain excellent customer relationships.  Possess good planning and time management skills.  Ability to use common sense to solve practical problems.   Possess an inquisitive and curious nature.

Preferred Skills:

Salesforce or equivalent CRM platform experience is preferred.   Prior knowledge of FDA regulations, as well as experience working in medical device contract manufacturing, ISO and ITAR certified environments, is also preferred.

Sr. Engineering Manager

Santa Clara, CA
Full Time

Essential Duties:

Primary responsibility of this key member of the Chief Operating Officer’s staff is supporting development projects in the form of day-to-day management of engineering resources to ensure customer deliverables are successful, on schedule, and accomplished within budget. Involves working several technical programs simultaneously to develop processes capable of assembling customer designed products with DFM input. In this regard, the engineering team is regularly tasked with achieving process capability on packaging and assembly projects that are especially challenging and have often not been previously attempted

Positional responsibilities also include guiding project teams into using appropriate tools and systems to move quickly, add value, and maintain compliance with FDA cGMP, ISO 13485, or ITAR requirements. Cross functional responsibility in terms of helping to grow the business includes budgetary input for RFPs in support of Sales, as well as shepherding programs through a Phase Gate process from Concept to Production in conjunction with Technical Program Managers (TPMs).

Minimum Qualifications:

BS in metallurgy, chemistry, ceramics, mechanical engineering, physics, or electronics.

Minimum of 10 years’ experience in microelectronic and/or electronic assembly with several years managing a group of professional engineers.

Due to export control rules, must be a US person (US Citizen or hold a Green Card).

Managing the engineering organization in a logical, reasoned, data driven manner to ensure the team maintains a “measure twice, cut once” culture.  Ability to coach and mentor the engineering resources on a continuing basis to broaden their understanding and capability.

Ability to develop a plan to develop assembly processes that will be transferred to, and utilized by, manufacturing to produce customer products.  Requires selecting specific materials (solders, epoxies, etc.), processes, fixturing, etc., building prototypes, collecting data, evaluating the results, and improving the process to achieve desired outcomes including quality and cost.

Provide engineering support to the manufacturing departments on an ongoing basis; training operators, introducing new processes, maintaining and improving existing operating processes, troubleshooting when needed, updating documentation, etc.

Creativity, tenacity, attention to detail, and a systematic data-oriented approach are critical. 

Able to work in a multicultural environment, communicate well both verbally and in writing throughout the organization as well as with customers.

Key Competencies:

Requires a familiarity with:

Technology Manufacturing in a high mix, low volume job shop environment.

Semiconductor wafer preparation, back grinding, and wafer sawing but not wafer fabrication.

Die attach methods including stacked die, 50 microns thick die, DAF, air bridges, etc.

Wire bonding, flip chip, chip scale packaging, fine pitch SMT

Assembly characterization methods; microscopy, CSAM, XRF, metrology, measurement

Data manipulation, Lean Manufacturing and SPC methods

General understanding of the basics of physics, chemistry, mechanics, and materials properties.

Process Engineer

Santa Clara, CA
Full Time

Position Summary:

This engineer will be responsible for developing assembly processes for new projects, sustaining existing processes, defining equipment requirements, reviewing specifications for processes, selecting components, materials and methods to package IC’s and other components. 

Essential Duties:

The Director will build market position by locating, defining, developing, negotiating, and closing a few (2 to 4) major ($1,000,000/yr.) business relationships each year.

  • Will review product requirements to ensure compatibility with the available processing methods.
  • Will recommend and prepares changes, additions, and modifications to facilitate manufacturing.
  • Will compile and evaluate test data to determine the appropriate limits and key variables to ensure conformance with process or material requirements.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Requires a BS in Engineering, or equivalent, plus 8+ years in a high-tech manufacturing environment, ideally in a semiconductor contract manufacturing industry.
  • Knowledge of semiconductor backend operations required.
  • A record of successful project completion is a must.
  • A high energy, act quickly attitude is essential.
  • Able to manage multiple projects, both long term, and short term, simultaneously.
  • Must be a US Citizen or legal Permanent Resident

Key Competencies:

  • Must be well-organized with strong problem-solving skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Proficient using Microsoft Office Suite, Outlook email and database systems
  • Must be a team player

Preferred Skills:

  • Candidate will be active in understanding industry trends and technology by participating in affiliated organizations such as IMAPS, MEPTEC, OSA, IPC or IEEE (List desirable skills that are a plus however not a requirement
  • Familiarity with working in an ISO 9001/13485 or ITAR environment is highly preferred

Work Environment:

While performing the duties of the job, the employee is regularly required to sit, stand and/or walk for extended periods of time; use hands and fingers; reach with hands and arms; and talk and hear. 

Associate Engineer

Santa Clara, CA
Full Time

Position Summary:

Looking for a highly motivated entry level engineer who is interested in hands-on engineering projects.  He/she will be working with an engineering team to assemble IC and medical devices.  Skills to be learned on the job are programming machines, designing tools, qualifying products, testing and inspecting products and making sure product is of high quality and workmanship.    

Essential Duties:

  • Develop/Qualify new Packages including Lab-on-Chip, silicon photonics, FCBGAs, MEM sensors, COF and COB packages. Be part of prototyping these new packages as well as production ramp-up.
  • Support the manufacturing line and collaborate with Production personnel making sure product meet high quality standards as well as timely delivery.
  • Design, have parts machined or 3D print new fixtures using Solidworks.
  • Interface with customers and suppliers to ensure design for manufacturability.
  • Perform measurements on machines such as Keyence or CSAM, record data and perform statistical analysis on data.
  • Be involved in improving processes such as surface mount, wafer thinning, singulation, die attach, wire-bond, TCB or FC attach, lid attach, encapsulation, etc.
  • Write specifications, reports and present results.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • BS degree in Mechanical, Materials, Chemical Engineering or equivalent
  • Have completed courses in Basic Sciences and Engineering Fundamentals
  • Knows Computer Aided Design software e.g., Solidworks
  • Must be a US Citizen or legal Permanent Resident

Key Competencies:

  • Have a great sense of curiosity and a drive to solve problems
  • Have good organizational skills
  • Have good written and verbal communication skills
  • Be a team player

    Work Environment:

    While performing the duties of the job, the employee is regularly required to sit, stand and/or walk for extended periods of time; use hands and fingers; reach with hands and arms; and talk and hear.