The circuit is simple - pull-up resistor on the input signal, one N-channel MOSFET to do the switching, a MOSFET driver to drive this high-capacitance FET, and flyback/transient protection.
Step 1: Apply solder paste
|Apply solder paste out of syringe if you don't have a stencil. For these large pitch parts, you can apply a dot of solder to each pad. For smaller pitch parts (.5mm or smaller), you will probably have to lay down a line of solder paste.|
|Place components carefully using tweezers or a vacuum extension|
Step 4: No rework necessary in this case. With these large pitch parts, as long as you're careful with solder paste application, the yield is typically very high.