The R&D Process Engineer will play a critical role in product development, quality testing and
manufacturing scale up activities at our world-class manufacturing facility. This position will be
responsible for working with technical team members to operate state-of-the-art thin-film coating
and holographic patterning equipment, conduct experiments to determine optimal processing
conditions, and perform standard optical characterization. This individual will work alongside both
Research Scientists and Production Operators.
The ideal candidate will have experience in with fabrication and quality testing equipment,
protocols and process improvement. Experience in the following areas will be beneficial but is
not required: liquid crystal processing and coating, optical lithography, liquid/solid mixture
preparation, lamination, dicing, and the physical and optical characterization of films. This
individual should have the ability to develop, improve and follow standard work instructions and
recipes. The candidate should have experience in all of these aspects of the position, be able to
work meticulously, independently and be prompt and responsive in delivery of work product.
We work at a fast pace and require everyone to be highly self-motivated and independent. We are
seeking a flexible thinker. Someone able to problem-solve outside of their respective technical
" Use thin-film coating tools to prototype novel optical films, process liquids and support
quality testing in support of developing production processes.
" Enable improved formulation process for new variants of products, with a focus on
material selection, processing and use.
" Support continuous improvement activities through detailed data analysis and root cause
" Support process improvement through detailed data collection enabling the use of tools
including statistical process control, process mapping, control charts, design of
experiments, Lean methodology and process capability studies to achieve business
" Prioritizes safety at all times.
" Prior liquid crystal fabrication experience; this may or may not include experience in the
semiconductor or optics/photonics industry, in a lab or manufacturing setting.
" Ability to translate product attributes and outcomes to processing conditions and
" Experience working within quality management systems and ISO 9001 environments.
" Background in statistical analysis and data driven decision making. Capable of executing
test plans and capturing a robust set of accurate data.
" Able to work in clean room for extended period.
Ability to work well under aggressive deadlines. Proven ability to effectively work as a member
of a team. Strong interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills are essential. Must be
able to establish strong working relationships across the organization. Must be articulate and
capable of producing written work that concisely address the matters assigned.
Education & Experience
" At least Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering, Physics, or related field.
" At least 5 years of hands-on experience with standard cleanroom processing equipment
(optical or semiconductor);
- Liquid Crystal
- Cleanroom Processing
Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S.
CyberCoders, Inc is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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