We are seeking an experienced etch engineer to drive CVD process development. The ideal candidate would also have some experience with non-RIE dry chemical etch systems (Selectra, SiCoNi or similar systems) but this is not required.
Develop CVD processes from initial conception for new integrations, through product prototyping, and finally providing manufacturable solutions to the production organization.
Develop new CVD processes and techniques to solve novel integration problems. Drive solutions that are cost effective and manufacturable.
Develop and apply innovative techniques to characterize CVD hardware and aid in the ongoing development of CVD hardware for a range of applications, within safety guidelines.
Design experiments, collect and analyze data, and compile reports on significantly complex process engineering experiments for a range of processes and products.
Train junior CVD engineers on how to effectively define and implement new methodologies, define and apply new technologies, and/or troubleshoot and resolve significantly complex process engineering issues/problems for a range of processes, integrations, and products
Work in a collaborative R&D environment with individuals from different disciplines and/or business units.
Interact with key customers to resolve significantly complex process engineering issues for a range of products to address our customers High Value Problems (HVP)
Generate internal and external documentation for products, presentations, technical reports for integrated products and generate process engineering specifications for integrated products.
Years of Experience:
10 - 15 Years
Yes, 20% of the Time
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