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With a reputation as a leading global manufacturer of electronic components and integrated solutions, Bourns is a place where your work is challenging, and where innovation and initiative are not only valued, they are rewarded. Bourns provides dedicated professionals exciting career choices and an environment where they can push the envelope.

Bourns offers competitive salary and benefits packages for eligible employees based upon the global location of the available position.

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Bourns, Inc.
​California:

1200 Columbia Avenue 
Riverside, Ca 92507


About Bourns
Bourns, Inc., is a leading manufacturer and supplier of position and speed sensors, circuit protection solutions, magnetic components, microelectronic modules, panel controls and resistive products. Headquartered in Riverside, California, USA, Bourns serves a broad range of markets, including automotive, industrial, consumer, communications, non-critical life support medical, audio and various other market segments. Additional company and product information is available at www.bourns.com.

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Bourns, Inc., a leading global supplier of reliable, high quality electronic components and solutions, offers exciting and challenging careers for growth-oriented professionals. Our goal is to satisfy our worldwide customer base while achieving sound growth with strong application solutions based on technological products of innovative design, superior quality and exceptional value.

We are seeking a Distribution Sales Account Manager- Americas to be responsible for ensuring Bourns products receive increasing "share of mind" and "internal share" from the Distributor Companies.

This role has the following Accountabilities:

  1. Manages corporate distributor locations:
    • Understands the distributor organization and gives input to Bourns Management.
    • Assesses the training needs of the distributor corporate teams and coordinates with Bourns business units and marketing teams to develop appropriate programs.
    • Contributes to development and implementation of short and long-range plans (Key Initiatives) to successfully achieve Bourns internal share inside distribution.
    • Assesses the customer base of the distributor and develops programs to match Bourns products with market segment programs.
    • Works closely with asset and products management to ensure adequate inventory in support of POS trends and opportunities.
    • Analyzes Bourns into-stock pricing to ensure competitive screen position for Bourns products at branch locations.
    • Manages and implements Volume Purchase Agreement (VPA) and Distribution pricing strategies.
  2. Develops web and promotions plans with distribution such as Bourns Microsites, Product Training Modules, Product Marcom programs, top selling items and inventory profiling to maximize Bourns marketing exposure to e-Commerce customer base.
  3. With support of Vice President Sales Americas, monitors the activities of the Bourns Regional Sales Managers (RSMs) and Manufacturer Representative Distributor Sales Managers at the broad line distributor branch locations.
  4. Drives and implements Design Registration Program (DRP) and Capture Rate at distributors.
  5. Drives and manages New Product Introduction (NPI) process at distributors.
  6. Performs Corporate Quarterly Business Review (QBR), with all assigned distributor accounts.
  7. Works with Bourns Product Line Managers, General Managers and Market Directors to ensure that each is engaged with distribution to effectively promote their respective product lines, and drives distribution sales on target market segments.
  8. Prepares and submits monthly report outlining each distributor activity, sales performance, achievements, action plans versus Key Initiatives.
  9. Develops, recommends and implements appropriate Corporate Promotional Programs. Submits MAP requests for approval as required.
  10. Coordinates distribution training and cross-reference collateral for assigned accounts. Monitors Bourns performance to assigned accounts Corporate Recognition Programs.
  11. Develop sales programs to move Bourns products off distributor shelves to the end customer.
  12. Makes recommendations to Vice President Sales Americas regarding changes to the distributor network.
Qualifications Needed:
  • Bachelor's Degree in Business, Marketing, Finance or Technical Field
  • Must have excellent and effective communication skills, both orally and written.
  • Has the ability to develop strong relationships with various levels of distribution management. Demonstrates leadership, team building skills, and has a collaborative approach to solving problems.
  • Possess strong analytical skills, problem-solving abilities, and is able to multitask and prioritize. Must have a strong work ethic and be culturally sensitive.
  • Minimum 4 years of corporate distribution management, and experience, preferably in the electronics industry.
  • Knowledge of Electronic Distribution preferred.
  • Must be willing to travel up to 50% of time.
  • Must be competent and efficient on personal computer; possess ability to use CRM, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Project), and has project management skills.
This position is based in our Riverside, California facility, or home-based on the west coast, with an expectation of up to 50% domestic travel and occasional international travel.

As a key member of the Sales Team you will have, an opportunity to grow with the company and advance based on your results, performance, and hard work. We offer a competitive salary, benefits, and the ability to showcase your technical expertise, and your ability to build strong customer relationships. Please apply by e-mailing your resume, cover letter and salary requirement to our hiring office at: BournsHR.Riv@bourns.com.

Visit our website at www.bourns.com. Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran

Bourns, Inc., a leading global supplier of reliable, high quality electronic components and solutions, offers exciting and challenging careers for growth-oriented professionals. Our goal is to satisfy our worldwide customer base while achieving sound growth with strong application solutions based on technological products of innovative design, superior quality and exceptional value.

We are seeking a Human Resources and Compensation Analyst to make significant contributions by supporting the HR compensation team in developing Bourns HR data analytics and configuring the Company's HRIS systems, databases, and applications.

The Human Resources and Compensation Analyst is responsible to:
  • Data Analytics:
    • Develop, analyze and ensure that HR ad-hoc, monthly, quarterly, and annual reporting is accurate and delivered on time. HR reports include those related to recruiting effectiveness, employee turnover and demographics, global accident and incident trends, compensation analyses.
    • Support the development of meaningful metrics and measures to assess and evaluate the performance of the global HR Departments.
    • Collect and compile key HR metrics and data from various sources, including HR information systems (HRIS).
    • Generate reports from multiple HRIS modules and provide analysis to business users, HR team members, and Company leadership to identify business insights and areas for performance improvement.
    • Partner with Corporate IT and the Corporate HR team to support the global HR function, and with business partners to document report requirements, design, develop and deliver HR-related reports.
    • Continually enhance existing HR reporting processes through automation and quality control to ensure data accuracy.
    • Monitor the effectiveness of HR reporting products, modify current reports, or operationalize new information and reporting methods as needed.
  • Compensation:
    • Administer the Bourns 401(k) plan, including bi-weekly payroll audits and the timely delivery of employer contributions and employee payroll deductions to the 401(k) plan administrator.
    • Support the processing of compensation surveys and develop resources for maintaining timely marketplace information to compile and report on data and other pay or performance-related information.
    • Support the completion of pay studies of exempt and non-exempt positions using a market-pricing evaluation system; document findings, provide recommendations for improvements and maintain records of validity of evaluation results.
    • Maintain and ensure the accurate and timely reporting of pay components and performance data from the HRIS and other systems.
  • HRIS:
    • Partner with Corporate IT and HR leadership in developing reporting systems in SuccessFactors – Employee Central to create and maintain standardized real-time dashboards displaying global key performance metrics and insights for HR and business leaders in a visually appealing manner.
    • Recommend and coordinate enhancements of the HRIS.
    • Provide training on standard reporting to existing and new users of the Bourns HRIS.
    • Develop, communicate and maintain desktop procedures for standard report writing as necessary.
    • Provide project management support for assigned projects.
    • Prepare, input, and maintain employment records for all transactions related to hiring, transfers, promotions, terminations, and employee data in the Human Resources Information System.
    • Create and maintain accurate human resources files, records, and documentation, including employment records, I-9 Forms, payroll information, and other employment-related records to ensure accurate information is available and in compliance with established Corporate guidelines and legal requirements.
    • In partnership with the Global Human Resources team, develop and publish global human-resource-related documents, including annual worldwide schedules, reports, and reporting information requirements.
    • Prepare and submit State and Federal Reports including the OSHA 300, Vets 4212, EEO-1, and AAP, and maintain emergency contact lists.
    • Perform and report on the results of employment records, payroll, IT information and HRIS audits
    • Support recruiting processes including the Summer Intern Program, electronic job postings, scheduling interviews, drug screens, and travel arrangements required for interviews, new hire orientations, E-Verify and I-9 Form completion.
    • Administer the Bourns Summer Intern Program including all aspects of the recruitment process, employee orientation, participant and mentor follow-up to ensure established program guidelines are met.
    • Prepare new hire packets and arrange for new hire onboarding requirements including computer and information technology requirements.
    • Answer frequently asked questions from applicants and employees relative to standard policies, benefits, and hiring processes and refer questions that one cannot answer to appropriate senior-level HR staff or management.
    • Assist with planning and executing special events such as benefits enrollment, organization-wide meetings, employee recognition events, holiday parties, and retirement celebrations.
    • Administer various employee benefit programs, including employee Leave of Absence and Return to Work programs and the Workers' Compensation program.
    • Perform record keeping and administrative functions (scheduling, handling written, and verbal inquires, employment verification, completion of EDD forms) to support the human resources department.
    • Perform other related duties as assigned to ensure the efficient and effective functioning of the Human Resources department.
If you have the right experience along with the ability to work effectively with a globally distributed, multi-culture team we want to talk with you. The right candidate should have the following training and experience:
Education:
  1. Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business, Statistics, Data Science or relevant field.
Other Skills:
  1. Required Experience:
    1. Five or more years of analytics and statistical reporting experience within compensation or HRIS administration in a complex business.
    2. Experience working with compensation principles, practices, and procedures.
    3. Experience working with an HRIS enterprise system.
    4. Has mastered techniques to maintain the integrity and confidentiality of HR and payroll files and records and other compensation information.
  2. Required Skills:
    1. Exhibits a strong work ethic, is detailed oriented, and has superior analytical, problem solving, and statistical analysis skills.
    2. Can collect, organize, analyze, and disseminate significant amounts of information with close attention to detail and accuracy.
    3. Able to work independently and proactively while displaying tact and discretion in handling information.
    4. Has excellent organizational and time management skills and demonstrates the experience and judgment needed to work as a team member and as an individual contributor.
    5. Has strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to collaborate with cross-functional departments and teams and work with all staff levels.
    6. When faced with issues, can make decisions and develop a course of action.
    7. Exhibits flexibility and the ability to deal with ambiguity.
    8. Capable of assessing processes and make recommendations for improvement.
    9. Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Excel (reporting, macros, pivot tables, charts) and Microsoft PowerPoint (creating graphics).
    10. Proficient with Microsoft Word and SharePoint.
  3. Preferred Experience and Skills:
    1. Familiarity with HRIS Software, including compensation modules, learning management modules and performance management modules.
    2. Previous SAP SuccessFactors Employee Central and compensation module experience preferred.
    3. Familiarity with project management software.
    4. Preferred corporate office experience dealing with compensation matters across a global corporation.
The Human Resources and Compensation Analyst must:
  • Be customer service-oriented, be able to prioritize effectively, and possess excellent follow-up skills.
  • Be able to communicate orally and in writing in a clear and professional manner with all levels of employees, including executive management.
This position is located at the Bourns 'Corporate offices in Riverside, CA.

As a key member of the Human Resources team, you will have an opportunity to grow with the company and advance based on your results, performance, and hard work. We offer a competitive salary, benefits and the ability to showcase your technical acumen. Please apply by e-mailing your resume, cover letter and salary requirement to our hiring office at: BournsHR.Riv@bourns.com

Visit our website at: www.bourns.com. EOE/Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran

Bourns, Inc., a leading global supplier of reliable, high quality electronic components and solutions, offers exciting and challenging careers for growth-oriented professionals. Our goal is to satisfy our worldwide customer base while achieving sound growth with strong application solutions based on technological products of innovative design, superior quality and exceptional value.

We are seeking a Human Resources Generalist to make significant contributions by being accountable for a variety of human resources-related administrative and support, including employee engagement activities, Human Resources and Management reports, employee onboarding, leaves of absence and worker's compensation administration, employee record maintenance, and SuccessFactors Employee Central information administration.

The Human Resources Generalist is responsible to:

  • Prepare, input, and maintain employment records for all transactions related to hiring, transfers, promotions, terminations, and employee data in the Human Resources Information System.
  • Create and maintain accurate human resources files, records, and documentation, including employment records, I-9 Forms, payroll information, and other employment-related records to ensure accurate information is available and in compliance with established Corporate guidelines and legal requirements.
  • In partnership with the Global Human Resources team, develop and publish global human-resource-related documents, including annual worldwide schedules, reports, and reporting information requirements.
  • Prepare and submit State and Federal Reports including the OSHA 300, Vets 4212, EEO-1, and AAP, and maintain emergency contact lists.
  • Perform and report on the results of employment records, payroll, IT information and HRIS audits
  • Support recruiting processes including the Summer Intern Program, electronic job postings, scheduling interviews, drug screens, and travel arrangements required for interviews, new hire orientations, E-Verify and I-9 Form completion.
  • Administer the Bourns Summer Intern Program including all aspects of the recruitment process, employee orientation, participant and mentor follow-up to ensure established program guidelines are met.
  • Prepare new hire packets and arrange for new hire onboarding requirements including computer and information technology requirements.
  • Answer frequently asked questions from applicants and employees relative to standard policies, benefits, and hiring processes and refer questions that one cannot answer to appropriate senior-level HR staff or management.
  • Assist with planning and executing special events such as benefits enrollment, organization-wide meetings, employee recognition events, holiday parties, and retirement celebrations.
  • Administer various employee benefit programs, including employee Leave of Absence and Return to Work programs and the Workers' Compensation program.
  • Perform record keeping and administrative functions (scheduling, handling written, and verbal inquires, employment verification, completion of EDD forms) to support the human resources department.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned to ensure the efficient and effective functioning of the Human Resources department.
If you have the right experience along with the ability to work effectively with a globally distributed, multi-culture team we want to talk with you. The right candidate should have the following training and experience:
  • A bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or related field.
  • 3-5 years of experience working in Human Resources.
Other Skills:
  1. General Knowledge:
    1. Have a general understanding of federal, state, and local labor laws.
    2. Understand a broad range of general HR subject matter.
    3. Understand the need to maintain the integrity and confidentiality of human resource files and records and other confidential/sensitive HR information.
  2. Required Skills:
    1. Have the ability to manage sensitive and confidential situations with tact and professionalism.
    2. Have excellent organizational skills and be detail-oriented.
    3. Possess strong analytical skills.
    4. Have strong PC skills, including experience with Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word), and Microsoft SharePoint.
  3. Preferred Experience:
    1. Preferred experience with SAP SuccessFactors or other Human Resources Information Systems.
    2. Preferred corporate office experience.
The Human Resources Generalist must:
  • Be customer service-oriented, be able to prioritize effectively, and possess excellent follow-up skills.
  • Be able to communicate orally in a clear and professional manner with all levels of employees, including executive management.
  • Be able to communicate in a clear and professional manner with all levels of employees, including executive management.
This position is located at the Bourns Corporate offices in Riverside, CA.

As a key member of the Human Resources team, you will have an opportunity to grow with the company and advance based on your results, performance, and hard work. We offer a competitive salary, benefits and the ability to showcase your technical acumen. Please apply by e-mailing your resume, cover letter and salary requirement to our hiring office at: BournsHR.Riv@bourns.com

Visit our website at: www.bourns.com. EOE/Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran

Bourns, Inc., a leading global supplier of reliable, high quality electronic components and solutions, offers exciting and challenging careers for growth-oriented professionals. Our goal is to satisfy our worldwide customer base while achieving sound growth with strong application solutions based on technological products of innovative design, superior quality and exceptional value.

We are seeking a Laser Scribe Operator that will perform multiple production functions that are required in the manufacturing of industrial ceramics.

The Laser Scribe Operator has the following responsibilities:

  1. Work under general direction of designated supervisor; follow established procedures and policies to process materials into finished or semi-finished Scribed Ceramic Substrates.
  2. Perform one or more production operations in designated work area such as: operate coating machine, laser scriber, plate cleaning system and final packing for shipment.
  3. Work with a variety of materials such as: PVA mixture, blank ceramic substrates, packing materials, Isopropyl alcohol, and cleaning supplies.
  4. Perform production tasks using a variety of equipment such as: The two different Laser scribers, coating machine, cleaning machine, and packaging machine.
  5. Maintain simple traceability and scrap records using the software within the area.
If you have the right experience, we want to talk with you. The right candidate should have the following training and experience:
  • A high school degree or equivalent
  • Demonstrated dexterity and trainability with ability to work with high volume production.
  • Must be proficient in at least one current manufacturing operation
This position is located at the Bourns Logan, Utah Plant.

As a key member of the team, you will have an opportunity to grow with the company and advance based on your results, performance, and hard work. We offer a competitive salary, benefits and the ability to showcase your technical acumen. Please apply by e-mailing your resume, cover letter and salary requirement to our hiring office at: BournsHR.Riv@bourns.com.

Visit our website at: www.bourns.com. EOE/Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran

Bourns, Inc., a leading global supplier of reliable, high quality electronic components and solutions, offers exciting and challenging careers for growth-oriented professionals. Our goal is to satisfy our worldwide customer base while achieving sound growth with strong application solutions based on technological products of innovative design, superior quality and exceptional value..

We are seeking a Marketing Director- Trimpot & Sensors Division to “own” all aspects of divisional market activity, including market research, identifying focus segments, defining key market initiatives and key customer opportunities to drive division growth. Also responsible for augmenting organic efforts with M&A and ecosystem partnerships and creating thought leadership and brand identity. Leads divisional effort to evaluate new product suggestions.

This role has the following accountabilities:

  • Research:
    • Continually review market share performance for all divisional products.
    • Gather and analyze business data to identify trends and/or recommendations.
    • Perform macro market assessments across all regions and gather insights (both secondary and primary) to determine new areas of opportunity for the Division.
    • Identify key targets, partnerships, and commercial relationships to support the Division's revenue growth strategy.
    • Identify addressable markets or applications that are underserved or fast-growing.
    • Lead the research of acquisitions and integration efforts for the Division.
    • Regularly analyze CRM opportunity funnel and POS data for customer and market development and purchasing trends; clarify and disseminate findings to Product Management and Sales for consideration and action.
  • Plan:
    • Lead the development of the go-to market strategy for the Division.
    • Maintain a strategic roadmap identifying markets, applications, and products to drive divisional growth.
    • Plan and coordinate sessions across multiple business groups to gather and communicate data.
    • Develop growth plans by creating market models and revenue forecasting for both organic and inorganic growth.
    • Partner with Sales Management and Marcom to drive long-tail sales with online application collateral and product selection tools.
    • Partner with Product Management and Sales Management to define, prioritize, establish, maintain and monitor key deliverables for the Division.
    • Define associated benefits and partner with Product Management and Engineering to identify the expected costs and current development priorities.
    • Work with the Marcom staff to plan and schedule marketing activities.
  • Execute:
    • Support and supplement Product Line new product releases with best practices across marketing collateral, product and application training, social media and paid advertising, and other customer touchpoints to effectively reach the target customer base.
    • Sponsor new innovative and technology leading products, either through enhancements or new designs.
    • Partner with Sales to define and maintain the "positioning statement" and value propositions and ensure all Marketing and Sales team members are properly trained on the message and solutions that can be offered.
    • Lead the Division market team to develop new product definitions, market cases, applications, white papers, and related collateral.
    • Support Product Line task force initiatives and teams within and across product lines; coordinate associated application marketing responsibilities and deliverables on time and in close collaboration with Product Management.
    • Deliver application content to support white paper, chalk talk, e-book, and other new Marcom collateral.
    • Deliver training on new applications to the FAE team. This training includes new products into existing applications and existing products into new applications.
  • Management:
    • Responsible for ensuring that all marketing team resources are competent and adequately trained to be successful in their roles.
    • Establish meaningful, measurable goals for direct reports and continually review performances, recommend salary changes, disciplinary actions, and other personnel changes.
    • Monitor and report marketing expenses and results against plan and forecast and propose revisions to the plan and budget as required.
If you have the right experience along with the ability to work effectively with a globally distributed, multi-culture team we want to talk with you. The right candidate should have the following training and experience:
  • Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a Technical education, MBA and or MS degree preferred.
  • At least ten years of progressively responsible industry experience with a proven track record of successful business management within high technology companies.
  • Demonstrated ability to devise and implement a market growth strategy.
  • Technical understanding of underlying applications.
  • Confirmed ability to analyze and identify market trends.
  • Must have excellent time management skills, be able to continually evaluate priorities and make appropriate adjustments.
As a key member of the Trimpot & Sensors Division, you will have an opportunity to grow with the company and advance based on your results, performance, and hard work. We offer a competitive salary, benefits and the ability to showcase your technical acumen. Please apply by e-mailing your resume, cover letter and salary requirement to our hiring office at: BournsHR.Riv@bourns.com This position can be located in Carrolton, Texas, Taipei, Taiwan, or Riverside, CA.

Visit our website at: www.bourns.com. EOE/Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran

Bourns, Inc., a leading global supplier of reliable, high quality electronic components and solutions, offers exciting and challenging careers for growth-oriented professionals. Our goal is to satisfy our worldwide customer base while achieving sound growth with strong application solutions based on technological products of innovative design, superior quality and exceptional value.

We are seeking a Product Line Manager – Multifuse to be responsible for revenue and profitability of all products developed, manufactured and sold under the Multifuse product line. The PLM champions, promotes and manages the designated product line to grow sales revenue, gain market share and optimize profitability.

This role has the following accountabilities:

  1. Plan
    1. Prepare a product line business plan annually, or more frequently as required, detailing improvement actions, strategic initiatives and expected results. Establishes detailed tactical and strategic plans that meet long and short-term product line objectives.
    2. Develop and update product and technology roadmaps which address lucrative market opportunities, those requiring competitive advantage to satisfy unmet needs
    3. Monitor and assess impact of industry technical trends and new technology development in the field and make recommendations accordingly.
    4. Establish meaningful measurable goals for direct reports and continually reviews performance, recommends pay increases, disciplinary actions and other personnel changes.
    5. Establishes goals and improvement strategies for model families and product related processes. Manages projects in conjunction with engineering, manufacturing, and other functions to improve technical performance and cost competitiveness.
    6. Maintains a clear understanding of key competitors, competitive strategies, strengths and weaknesses, opportunities and threats.
    7. Ensure appropriate representation in applicable industry association and standards committees.
    8. Maintain compliance to current applicable regulatory and industry standards and customer specific requirements as applicable.
  2. Execute
    1. Continually review product line performance relative to financial plan and market trends.
    2. Drives a customer-focused culture throughout the product line organization.
    3. Interact closely with Market Directors to understand market trends and drive growth in key market segments and growth applications.
    4. Assist with new sales opportunities as required. Helps coordinate between sales, marketing, engineering, manufacturing and the customer.
    5. Champions and promotes the product line to maximize market share position and sales revenue with distribution partners. Provides product and application training to Bourns' Sales team members and channel partners.
    6. Drive market communication activities in close alignment with the Market Director and Marcom; contribute website content for optimal promotion of products and capabilities.
    7. Review and approve or reject Engineering Change Requests. Coordinate customer approvals when required, including managing the end-to-end Product Change Notification process.
    8. Review and advocate for or reject CAPEX requirements across Engineering, Production, and Facilities.
    9. Plan, prioritize, schedule, and provide overall resource management for the product line to establish and achieve short- and long-range goals and objectives. Engage, as needed, with outside consultants, suppliers, agents, contractors, and other professional individuals on matters affecting product line planning, operations and market penetration.
  3. Manage
    1. Establish and implement effective improvement actions, and recovery actions as necessary.
    2. Accountable for product line revenues and drives revenue growth across key market segments.
    3. Accountable for product line gross margin and drives improved profitability. Sets product pricing and develops pricing tools for pricing analysts and strategists.
    4. Accountable for the proliferation of the products into new customers, market segments and applications.
    5. Manage product life cycles including new product introduction and product termination. Determine market potential and competitive environment in order to optimize the product line with additions and deletions.
    6. Contribute in gate reviews as defined in the new product development process.
    7. Drive quality issue resolution in partnership with QA teams.
    8. Ensure that the product line's business practices are acceptable within the bounds of proper business ethics and legal soundness and compliant with corporate policies and procedures.
    9. Influence manufacturing operations with the objective to maximize gross margins, implement cost savings, improve quality levels, reduce lead times, manage assets and optimize performance to key performance indicators.
    10. Understand risk exposures of new and existing business and undertake appropriate measures in coordination with Quality, Engineering, Contracts, Legal, and Management to minimize unnecessary risk exposures.
    11. Accountable for product engineering with the expectation to minimize time to market.
    12. Build and maintain a team of excellence through recruiting, talent development and coaching.
If you have the right experience along with the ability to work effectively with a globally distributed, multi-culture team we want to talk with you. The right candidate should have the following training and experience:
  • Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with an Engineering Degree (Mechanical or Electrical Engineering preferred), or equivalent education, training or experience. Advanced degree in marketing or business administration is desirable. BSEE degree (min) is required with a preference for MSEE. A degree in any other engineering discipline, physics or science may be acceptable with appropriate electrical engineering experience.
  • At least ten years of progressively responsible experience in the Electromechanical or Mechanical industry. Preferably five such years in a supervisory role. Diversified experience in disciplines of engineering, marketing, technical sales, product management and program management is desirable.
  • Must have good time management skills, be able to continually evaluate priorities and make appropriate adjustments. Financial acumen is required. Must possess potential to grow into future roles with increasing responsibilities.
  • Interpersonal skills and effective communication with customers and management is key.
  • Flexible and able to work in a fast-paced environment and travel frequently.
As a key member of the Communication Division, you will have an opportunity to grow with the company and advance based on your results, performance, and hard work. We offer a competitive salary, benefits and the ability to showcase your technical acumen. Please apply by e-mailing your resume, cover letter and salary requirement to our hiring office at: BournsHR.Riv@bourns.com This position can be located in Carrolton, Texas, Taipei, Taiwan, or Riverside, CA.

Visit our website at: www.bourns.com. EOE/Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran

Bourns, Inc., a leading global supplier of reliable, high quality electronic components and solutions, offers exciting and challenging careers for growth-oriented professionals. Our goal is to satisfy our worldwide customer base while achieving sound growth with strong application solutions based on technological products of innovative design, superior quality and exceptional value.

We are seeking a Senior Accountant Shareholder Services to provide shareholder services management with accounting, tax and administrative support. The Senior Accountant Shareholder Services works diligently to ensure timely preparation of financial statements and tax return workpapers. Maintains registers of corporate shareholder ownership as well as ownership of various shareholder entities. Supports the shareholder services team in issuing dividend payments to shareholder entities. Assists external attorneys and accountants with preparation of various compliance and estate planning projects. Maintenance of shareholder portal allowing access to confidential shareholder documents retained by shareholder services.

This role has the following accountabilities:
  1. Preparation of workpapers for individual, partnership, fiduciary, and exempt-org tax returns.
  2. Periodic accounting and preparation of financial statements for shareholder entities.
  3. Assist with administration of dividend payments to shareholders.
  4. Preparation of documentation to support shareholder ownership transfers.
  5. Update of internal shareholder registers and schedules for shareholder entities.
  6. Filing of annual compliance documents with federal, state and local governments (e.g. LLC-12s, FBARs)
  7. Research of emerging tax issues and preparation of memoranda.
  8. Maintenance of Shareholder Portal including scanning, uploading, and tagging of confidential documents for shareholder access.
  9. Assist Manager of Shareholder Services with preparation of packets for shareholder director meetings.
  10. Ability to gather and analyze data for use in various analysis projects.
If you have the right experience along with the ability to work effectively with a globally distributed, multi-culture team we want to talk with you. The right candidate should have the following education training and experience:
  • Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance, or Business Administration or similar equivalent.
  • Either maintains a current CPA license or meets the minimum eligibility requirements to sit for the CPA Exam with a plan to pass the CPA exam in the next 12-18 months.
  • Two to five years of progressive experience at a CPA, Law Firm, or Family Office.
  • Advanced technical skills with Microsoft Excel, Proficient in other Microsoft Office Applications.
  • Proficiency with QuickBooks.
This position is located at the Bourns Corporate Offices in Riverside CA

As a key member of the Shareholder Services team, you will have an opportunity to grow with the company and advance based on your results, performance, and hard work. We offer a competitive salary, benefits and the ability to showcase your technical acumen. Please apply by e-mailing your resume, cover letter and salary requirement to our hiring office at: BournsHR.Riv@bourns.com

Visit our website at: www.bourns.com. EOE/Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran

Bourns, Inc., a leading global supplier of reliable, high quality electronic components and solutions for over sixty-five years, seeks a Staff Field Applications Engineer for our Western Region Market. In this role, you will provide comprehensive technical support for customer circuit and system designs in specific market applications.

Primary Responsibilities:
  • Identify, define, and create optimum solutions to achieve market segment design-ins that utilize the full Bourns product portfolio.
  • Own technical responsibility for design-in from identification of technical application to qualification and production of the technical solution.
  • Provide comprehensive technical support for customers within the Western regions of the US in specific market applications.
  • Facilitate new product development that generates technology-leading product road maps while maximizing the voice of the customer philosophy.
  • In conjunction with Bourns Sales Team, drive total solution promotion towards maximizing company product content by identifying opportunities in new and existing applications, following up on leads, visiting accounts, and ensuring that customers have the most up-to date technical information.
  • Apply technical acumen and understanding of component interaction to provide the best solution recommendation in a timely manner.
  • Monitor and assess the impact of technology and market trends in the field and make recommendations to product and market management to capitalize on opportunities.
Qualifications Needed:
The successful candidate will have BSEE, with an MSEE preferred. A BS in a related field may be acceptable with appropriate electrical engineering experience. Requires a broad knowledge of design and applications and have at least 8 years of experience in the semiconductor, passive or electromechanical industries. Must possess excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of customers and management.

This position is based in our Riverside, California facility, or home-based on the west coast, with an expectation of up to 50 % domestic travel and occasional international travel.

As a key member of the Engineering Team you will have, an opportunity to grow with the company and advance based on your results, performance, and hard work. We offer a competitive salary, benefits, and the ability to showcase your technical expertise, and your ability to build strong customer relationships. Please apply by e-mailing your resume, cover letter and salary requirement to our hiring office at: BournsHR.Riv@bourns.com.

Visit our website at www.bourns.com. Equal Opportunity Employer/Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran



Michigan
Bourns Automotive Division 
1660 North Opdyke Road, Suite 200 
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Openings

The Bourns Automotive Division has played a leading role in the design, development and manufacture of potentiometric sensors since 1949. At our engineering centers in Riverside/California, Taufkirchen/Germany, and Auburn Hills/Michigan we develop and design an extensive range of customized automotive position, speed and torque sensors. These products are manufactured in Ajka/Hungary, Chihuahua & Tijuana/Mexico and Xiamen/China.

Our research and development work combined with close collaboration with customers help to ensure that our products meet the highest standards set for the automotive industry. Using state-of-the-art development software and world-class production methods, Bourns can provide innovative and cost-effective solutions to customer applications.

The Test Development Engineer position plans, designs, leads development, and evaluation of electronic test equipment, and systems for automotive sensing products

In this position you will:
  • Identify customer needs and develop test system designs to meet all applicable requirements.
  • Identify appropriate test and data acquisition technology and organize functional system development (including design, building, and testing) to verify, and release test system for DV and PV use.
  • Development of NI LabVIEW graphical programming-based software for the testing of electronic systems.
  • Selection of appropriate test system controls to meet design requirements.
  • Create and maintain engineering documentation such as bills of material, test process flow, specifications, and other types of engineering documentation including test procedures, and usage manual, or work instruction.
  • Identify and resolve issues for test system development including; design, procurement, build, test, installation, and calibration of instruments, equipment, and control devices.
  • Review and identify changes to detailed drawing sets and specifications from system design concept stage through release for use at the component and assembly level. Ensure statistical analyses such as GR&R, to verify system conformance/capabilities are performed.
  • Perform test system failure analysis on new and existing test equipment and reports results.
  • Work with and/or direct Technicians and Designers in test system development activities.
  • Coordinate efforts with customer, and manufacturing engineering to provide necessary technical support for End-of-Line testing as required.
  • Interface with peers, technical resources outside of the company (university professors, etc.), vendors and customers.
  • Meet the requirements of the Concept to Customer (C to C) System.
  • Maintain compliance to current ISO standards, IATF 16949, customer specific requirements and Bourns product development processes as applicable. Support, promote, and perform in a manner consistent with High Performance teams, continuous improvement goals, and values of Bourns Automotive Division.
Minimum Requirements:
  • Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering.
  • 3-5 years related experience or equivalent.
  • Experience in high volume manufacturing.
  • High level of problem-solving experience.
  • Electromechanical design experience
  • Test system design experience
  • Experience with NI LabView is required
  • Knowledge of communication interfaces such as CAN, LIN, SENT, PSI5, is preferred.
  • Ability to perform advanced mathematical calculations.
  • Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
  • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form.
  • Intermediate MS Office suite.
  • Ability to work in teams and independently.
This position is located at the Auburn Hills, Michigan office.

Bourns offers a competitive compensation and benefit package including 401(k) with company match, profit sharing and retirement savings plan, education reimbursement, paid vacation, holidays, plus comprehensive medical and dental benefits.

For confidential consideration, please forward resume and cover letter to: kim.labarge@bourns.com

Equal Opportunity Employer
Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran

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Logan, UT
Bourns, Inc., Ceramics
693 West 1700 South
Logan, UT 84321

Openings

Bourns, Inc., a leading global supplier of reliable, high quality electronic components and solutions, offers exciting and challenging careers for growth-oriented professionals. Our goal is to satisfy our worldwide customer base while achieving sound growth with strong application solutions based on technological products of innovative design, superior quality and exceptional value.

We are seeking an Operator that will perform multiple production functions that are required in the manufacturing of industrial ceramics.

The Operator has the following responsibilities:

  1. Work under the direction of the designated supervisor. Following established procedures and policies to process materials into defined ceramic models.
  2. Preform assigned operations in designated work areas such as;
    • Pressing
    • Roll Compaction
    • Kiln Operations
    • Quality inspection
    • Packaging
  3. Work with production materials such as: Spray Dry powders, Ceramic setters, and cleaning supplies.
  4. Operate production equipment such as: Mechanical Presses, Roll compactors, Tumblers, Off-loaders, Automated process machines, washers, and other production equipment as needed.
  5. Expected to maintain product traceability and document station information.
  6. Expected to read, understand, and follow station instructions.
  7. Maintain a clean and organized work area.
  8. Preform other related tasks as assigned.
If you have the right experience, we want to talk with you. The right candidate should have the following training and experience:
  • A high school degree or equivalent
  • Demonstrated dexterity and trainability with ability to work with high volume production.
  • Must be proficient in at least one current manufacturing operation
This position is located at the Bourns Logan, Utah Plant.

As a key member of the team, you will have an opportunity to grow with the company and advance based on your results, performance, and hard work. We offer a competitive salary, benefits and the ability to showcase your technical acumen. Please apply by e-mailing your resume, cover letter and salary requirement to our hiring office at: BournsHR.Riv@bourns.com

Visit our website at: www.bourns.com. EOE/Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran

Bourns, Inc., a leading global supplier of reliable, high quality electronic components and solutions, offers exciting and challenging careers for growth-oriented professionals. Our goal is to satisfy our worldwide customer base while achieving sound growth with strong application solutions based on technological products of innovative design, superior quality and exceptional value.

We are seeking an Operator/Trainer that will in in addition to the normal responsibilities and tasks of an experienced production operator this position requires that the employee accept the responsibility to monitor and schedule the required operator training that is necessary to promote efficient application of approved procedures and guidelines. Notify direct supervision of needful employees and administer the required training to manufacturing operators.

The Operator/Trainer has the following responsibilities:

  • All tasks and duties that are the responsibility of a production operator remain as part of the expected tasks and responsibility of this position.
  • Perform production tasks as assigned by the Area Lead / Supervisor following established procedures and policies for a manufacturing operator.
  • Review the Bourns Logan Training Matrix to establish employee training status on all applicable procedures, policies, and instructions as assigned by the matrix.
  • Notify direct supervisor of employees with training needs to coordinate training schedules.
  • In coordination with the direct supervisor administer the needed training and verify a satisfactory understanding of the module.
  • Submit training roosters and completion documents to the Training Matrix controller to up-date the status of each employee.
  • Accept and perform all Bourns related tasks as assigned.
If you have the right experience, we want to talk with you. The right candidate should have the following training and experience:
  • A high school degree or equivalent
  • Demonstrated dexterity and trainability with ability to work with high volume production.
  • Must be proficient in at least one current manufacturing operation
This position is located at the Bourns Logan, Utah Plant.

As a key member of the team, you will have an opportunity to grow with the company and advance based on your results, performance, and hard work. We offer a competitive salary, benefits and the ability to showcase your technical acumen. Please apply by e-mailing your resume, cover letter and salary requirement to our hiring office at: BournsHR.Riv@bourns.com.

Visit our website at: www.bourns.com. EOE/Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran

​Europe


Germany:
Bourns Sensors GmbH
Eschenstr. 5
82024 Taufkirchen

Technical Project Manager (m/f/d)
Location: Taufkirchen / Munich Area

Business Development Manager Hungary / Poland (m/f/d)
Location: Hungary/Poland

Please visit our German recruitment microsite www.bourns-karriere.de for career opportunities and more information.

 



Hungary

Bourns Kft.
Hársfa ú. 9
H-8400 Ajka
Hungary

Currently, there are no openings.



UK

Bourns Ltd.
East Site, Manton Lane
Bedford MK41 7BJ
United Kingdom

Openings

The Assembly Packaging Engineer will provide project management, package design/development and sustaining support for semiconductor diode, power and surge protection assembly. Responsible for the thermal/mechanical/electrical design, analysis, and development of assembly packages.

Provides expertise on packaging performance and specification.

Establishes material specifications for contract assemblers and raw material vendors and interfaces with Product Engineering, Quality Assurance and Purchasing regarding material quality and subcontractor performance.

Provides consultation concerning packaging problems and improvements in the packaging process. Responds to customer/client requests or events as they occur.

Duties and Accountabilities
  • The Semiconductor Assembly Packaging engineer will be responsible for understanding the basic fundamentals and building blocks of the semiconductor packaging manufacturing process.
  • Provide Semiconductor Assembly expertise
  • Experienced in package design and familiar with Auto CAD.
  • Understanding of Jedec specs and background of Rel Test specs, CSAM, XRay, SEM, etc.
  • Understand assembly package design rules.
  • Optimise package lead frame designs
  • Define and qualify new assembly package flows, driving yield improvement.
  • Resolve technical problems with subcontract assembly sites.
  • Assures the proper, complete engineering documentation package to support successful new product launch or product/process implementation per ISO TS16949 standard or better.
  • Advise design groups on robust cost effective assembly techniques /processes.
  • Assembly technology interface between product, process and test engineering, purchasing and quality.
  • Solves chronic problems (quality, performance and cost) related to assembly processes using new materials, technologies, design, FMEA SPC, DOE or other techniques.
  • Keeps informed on trends and developments in assembly of diode, power and surge protection devices.
Interpersonal Skills
  • Highly motivated and excited by self-directed hands-on work.
  • Strong team work ethic
Communications
  • Oral: Excellent English Language skills required to communicate instructions and present ideas, concepts, and solutions to colleagues, suppliers, and customers
  • Written: Excellent English language written skills required to issue instructions and present ideas, concepts, and solutions to colleagues and suppliers via email, memos, graphs, charts, etc.
Scheduling and Planning
  • Develops and Works to defined schedules
Basic Job Requirements
  • Education: Normally, graduation from an accredited three-year college or university with a degree in Engineering, Science or Mathematics required, or equivalent education, training and experience.
  • Training and Experience: At least 5 years progressive engineering experience working in semiconductor assembly packaging.
  • Specific Knowledge and Experience: Knowledge of Diode and surge protection technology with emphasis on semi-conductor protection components.
  • Other Skills:Time management and organizational skills. Capable of managing work and deliverables from others with little supervision.
  • Flexible and able to work in a demanding environment with regular international travel.

Asia Pacific

Taipei, Taiwan

Bourns Asia Pacific Inc., Headquarters
11F, No. 146, Sung Jiang Road
Taipei, Taiwan, 104 R.O.C

Currently, there are no openings.


Shanghai / Shenzhen China

Bourns Trading (Shanghai) Co., Ltd
Room 1111-1112, SCG Huihao Business Plaza, No. 88,
South Gujing Road, XuHui District Shanghai, P.R.C. 200235
+86 21 6482 1250

Currently, there are no openings.

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