Manufacturing Associate II - Metrology

Idex Corporation West Henrietta , NY 14586

Posted 4 weeks ago

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Job Description

BUSINESS UNIT:

IDEX Health & Science -Rochester

JOB TITLE:

Manufacturing Associate II, Metrology

JOB LOCATION:

Rochester, NY

REPORTS TO:

Coating Manager

ITAR/EAR CRITERIA:

These positions may require lawful access to ITAR/EAR controlled information and employees in this role will need to meet those requirements. Requirements include US Citizenship or US Permanent Resident.

CORPORATE OVERVIEW:

IDEX Corporation is a leading manufacturer of diversified products in industries ranging across health, science, safety, fire, and fluidics. Operating in 24 countries, IDEX is an innovative and rapidly growing company, focused on delivering excellence through diverse, winning teams. With a strong reputation for providing career growth opportunities, IDEX is a lean, non-bureaucratic and high performing environment. We're a global provider of applied solutions serving a variety of markets. These include life science and medical technologies, process industry and infrastructure related applications, industrial/municipal fire, and rescue - to name just a few.

BUSINESS UNIT OVERVIEW:

IDEX Health & Science- Rochester, Filters/Semrock, group - based in Rochester, New York - develops and manufactures high-performance optical thin-film filters that set the standard for biotech and analytical instrumentation. The Semrock/Filters group is a rapidly growing, with revenue from both the volume OEM sales of tailored products and from the sales of standard catalog products to end-users. Semrock's optical filter products are set apart by their state-of-the-art performance and reliability. Major markets include optical filters for fluorescence imaging and measurement systems, for Raman spectroscopy systems, and for laser-based analytical instrumentation.

SCOPE OF ROLE:

Semrock is currently looking for a hands-on Metrology Coating Associate II in the Optical Coating Group for its thin-film coating operations. The right candidate will have significant experience with thin film coating metrology technology.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Specific job responsibilities include:

  • Establish priority, maintain product flow and complete measurements on Diskmapper;

  • Measure product on Perkin-Elmer or other tools as necessary;

  • Perform flatness and transmitted wavefront measurements using Zygo interferometer as required by workorder;

  • Operate Diskmapper and modify map layouts and recipes as needed;

  • Check spectral results against product performance specifications (Spec Check) for S1 and S2 operations;

  • Make annealing rework decisions on products based on spec check results;

  • Anneal product as required per traveler routing instructions;

  • Serve as final QA for coated product including final visual inspection

  • Maintain all related records and utilize Semrock software programs to perform tasks;

  • Own the status and location of all product within the cell;

  • Crisp and clear communication with all shifts, engineering support personnel, finishing and planning;

  • Work with engineering and manufacturing to improve process and equipment reliability.

Key success criteria for this position are: clear desire to succeed and be effective working in a fast-paced environment. exhibit the highest standards of integrity, deliver upon all commitments, and be a highly motivated, team player.

  • Other duties may be assigned.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

  • A 2-year technical degree and 3+ years' experience with high-vacuum deposition is desired, or 6+ years relevant experience;

  • Direct experience with the handling, processing, cleaning and inspection of optical-quality glass substrates and coatings;

  • Must have clearly and consistently demonstrated attention to detail;

  • Experience using optical measurement systems as applied to thin film coatings, such as spectrophotometers, interferometers, and microscopes, is desirable;

  • Strong written and oral communication skills;

  • Proficiency with MS office;

  • Lean Manufacturing experience desirable;

  • Basic understanding of computer hardware and interfaces;

  • Willingness to work flexible work hours.

ATTENTION APPLICANTS:

If you are an individual with a disability and require a reasonable accommodation to complete any part of the application process, please let us know. Likewise, if you are limited in the ability to access or use this online application process and need an alternative method for applying, we will determine an alternate way for you to apply. Please contact our Talent Acquisition Team.

IDEX Health & Science LLC, a Unit of IDEX Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to workforce diversity.

Are you ready to join a different kind of company where our people, our culture, and our commitments are centered around providing trusted solutions that improve lives around the world?


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Manufacturing Associate II - Metrology

Idex Corporation