Sputtering Engineer / PVD Engineer
The ideal candidate should be able to operate, test, maintain, troubleshoot,
construct, calibrate, adjust automated servo-mechanical / electromechanical
equipment, and set-up and configure basic PLC type control.
Other Qualifications: Highly mechanically inclined with 5-10 years
experiences in fabrication, troubleshooting and repair of mechanical devices
with electronic control. Experience with vacuum deposition, sputtering
equipment, semiconductor and MEMS processing equipment a plus.
We are looking to hire undergraduate engineering/science interns for
part-time positions. We will train. The participant should enjoy hands-on
work, and would assist the research team developing MEMS devices.
Other Qualifications: Engineering (Electrical Engineering, Mechanical
Engineering, Engineering Physics), Materials Science, Physics or Chemistry
background. Must be authorized to work in the U.S. Course work and practical
experience in MEMS, electrical circuits, semiconductor fabrication,
programming (C and Labview), and machining (mill, lathe, drill press,
lapping) are a plus but not required. Access to a car is recommended.
We are looking for a team player with strong general office skills to help
with our business needs. The ideal candidate is responsible, enthusiastic,
detail-oriented and capable of multi-tasking. Our work atmosphere is casual
Candidate should be able to navigate the Internet, make travel arrangements,
and use Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Familiarity with basic bookkeeping
would be very helpful. QuickBooks experience is a plus.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: purchasing, receiving,
managing company calendar, travel arrangements, coordinating calls/meetings,
answering the phone, running errands, with some driving involved.
This is a part-time position that may evolve into a full-time role.