- 19-Jan-2017 to 20-Mar-2017 (MST)
- Optics Process Engineering
- Orem, UT, USA
- $70,000 to $90,000
- Full Time
Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, STD, LTD, Matching 401(k), Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation, Paid Sick Leave, Etc.
Job Summary: The Process Metrology Engineer will support the manufacturing of Nano-technology products. Primary focus will be metrology support and improvement related projects.
- Monitor, control, and qualify manufacturing metrology tools for thin films, photolithography, etch and optical measurement of inorganic polarizers.
- Perform routine data analysis, DOE, Gage R&R study, and Tool-to-tool Matching. Understand, optimize and maintain the calibration of metrology systems. Review SPC charts and react to OOC conditions.
- Create recipes and models for metrology and measurement equipment.
- Recover from process and tool interruptions.
- Identify and address potential areas for improvement and optimize tool availability, cycle time, utilization and cost.
- Complete all required reporting and documentation.
- Analyze technical problems arising in optical testing and manufacturing and develop optimal strategies for solving them.
- Understand, support, and improve existing technologies and support development and implementation of new technologies.
- Work with metrology equipment vendors and in-house design group on continuous improvement of software/hardware and development of new measurement techniques.
- Work closely with process and development engineers.
- Investigate and follow-up on site-to-site correlation issues (some travel may be required).
- Bachelor of Science degree or higher in a related engineering or science field.
- Fluent in English Language written & verbal.
- Able to work in a cleanroom environment per semi-conductor protocol/requirements.
- Standard software applications (MS Office).
- JMP/JSL data analysis experience.
- Demonstrated technical skills and knowledge of semiconductor processing and process equipment.
- Additional software skills such as SQL, C#, Matlab and Solidworks.
- Strong optics knowledge.
- Demonstrated work performance in an environment requiring a high level of attention to detail and timeliness.
- Experience with spectroscopic, 4-point probe, XRF and other semiconductor metrology tools.
- Ability to handle multiple tasks and prioritize activities.
- Strong team player. Ability to interact with overseas manufacturing facilities.
- Working knowledge of Statistical Process Control methodologies & systems.
- Strong mechanical background.
- Japanese speaking is a plus.