Principal Process Engineer
- Military veterans preferred
2019-08-08 Raytheon (www.raytheon.com)
Richardson Texas United States
Responsibilities include but is not limited to:
Design, development, and optimization of optical thin-film coatings, including simulation, product evaluation and characterization, and process optimization to meet requirements and specifications.
Day to day production support for Thin-Film Coating operation. Including working closely with other Thin-Film Engineers and technicians to resolve technical issues.
Training and support of Manufacturing personnel.
Planning the sequence of operations for Thin-Film Coating and Test processes.
Determine, track, and report on KPIs. Analyze manufacturing data and implement process improvements for Cost, Quality and Schedule performance.
Responsible for the development and implementation of optical metrology testing methods including spectrophotometry, interferometry, VASE photometry, absorption, Nomarski inspection, laser damage testing and SEM.
Analyze product failures to determine cause and recommend/implement corrective action.
Work collaboratively with Equipment Engineering to diagnose equipment failures and develop/implement systematic Process Control Parameters.
Lead or participate in the validation of Thin-Film Coating processes and equipment.
Make decisions on capital purchases
Provide estimate to quotes
Work closely with customers in the pre-quote phase to guide producible specifications
Assist in the development and improvement of optics cleaning processes.
A strong technical and people leader, self-motivated, capable of organizing and completing own efforts and interfacing well with engineers and factory personnel
Excellent understanding of Thin-Film Coating processes and design software (preferably Filmstar)
Understands the requirement for a healthy chamber
Excellent understanding of Thin-Film Coating testing methods including spectrophotometry, interferometry, VASE photometry, absorption, Nomarski inspection, and SEM.
Ability to interpret Engineering prints to determine test requirements.
Experience with the development of process documentation.
Able to modify/extend working hours in response to business needs.
Proficiency with Excel, Word, and other Microsoft products, especially in the collection, analysis, organization, processing, and presentation of data.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Experience conducting process improvements, RCCAs, and FRBs.
Experience developing and tracking KPIs
Must be able to work both independently, and as a team.
Must be a problem-solver, demonstrating strong commitment and dedication.
Experience with purchase of capital equipment
Experience with design software, especially FTG Software’s Filmstar
Experience with statistical process control, statistical software (preferably Minitab)
Experience with Design of Experiments
Familiar with Woollam Variable Angle Spectroscopic Ellipsometry
Familiar with Laser Damage testing
Experience with chemical vapor deposition and atomic layer deposition
Required Education (including Major):
Bachelor’s degree in science or engineering, with a minimum of 8 years of experience in Thin-Film Coating or, Master’s degree in science or engineering, with a minimum of 6 years of experience in Thin-Film Coating
Preferred M.S in Physics/ Optics with background in Thin-film coatings.
This position requires ability to obtain a DoD Secret clearance.
Candidates must have U.S. citizenship due to the ITAR-restricted nature of programs.
This position requires either a U.S. Person or a Non-U.S. Person who is eligible to obtain any required Export Authorization. 145161
Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.