Great Careers are Happening at Burton
We’re looking for more great people to join our team.
Burton makes printed circuit board assemblies for industry leaders who demand the highest level of performance and reliability.
Our philosophy starts with teamwork – we help and support each other each and every day. When you join the Burton family, you become a critical part of our success. Because in the end, people are at the heart of everything we do.
Current Job Openings
The Electrical Engineer works to ensure the reliability of products through the analysis, troubleshooting, modification and repair of electronic components, parts, equipment and systems at various stages of the production process as well as the development of test apparatus and methods to prove that functionality and design meet industry and customer specifications.
The Manufacturing Engineer develops and implements optimal, cost-effective manufacturing processes and methods in accordance with product specifications and quality standards; recommends and implements improvements to production processes, methods and controls; coordinates manufacturing launch for new and revised products.
Prepares, assembles, inspects, solders and repairs electronic systems, assemblies, subassemblies, components, and parts for conformance to specifications. Performs inspection of in-process and finished products and reworks printed circuit boards.
Ensures the reliability of products through the analysis, troubleshooting, modification, and repair of electronic components, parts, equipment, and systems at various stages of the productions process as well as the development of test apparatus and methods to prove that functionality and design meet industry and customer specifications.
Tends computer-controlled machines that automatically insert electronic components onto lands of PCBs; sets up and operates PNPs, screen printers and reflow ovens; performs quality inspections per industry standards; performs process and set-up verifications for quality; performs component reel up/down; performs rework as necessary.