United States of America
CA570: 425 Commerce Court, Lompoc 425 Commerce Court , Lompoc, CA, 93436 USA
Position Role Type:
Process Engineer – Photolithography: The successful candidate will support fabrication operations by providing technical expertise in photolithography processes. Key aspects of the position are maintaining current processes, optimizing existing processes, and training in safe and efficient operations of the photolithography process cell. The position requires ownership and responsibility for the control, development and optimization of photolithography processes and equipment. Prior experience on track coaters and steppers, preferably Canon instruments, is a must-have requirement.
The 3D Integration and Imaging Sensors group is a world leader in Advanced Packaging and Materials Research and Development. The group develops cutting-edge solutions for RF devices and EO imaging systems by leveraging 3D integration technologies and state of the art materials to solve some of the most challenging customer demands. The work environment is fast paced, highly technical and focused on developing and implementing leading technologies quickly. The opportunity to improve, the non-stop ability to learn new things and the reward of succeeding at this level make the Center a compelling place to work. The selected candidate will work with a diverse team of Technicians and Engineers in a wafer fabrication clean room setting.
Relocation assistance available provided final candidate meets eligibility requirements
5-10 years of Photolithography experience preferably in a 200mm manufacturing environment.
Able to perform the following tasks
Sustain existing photolithography processes
Maintain operating instructions for process and equipment
Sustain photolithography processes to meet product specifications & manufacturing process flows
Maintain statistical process controls for process optimization and control
Trouble shoot and resolve photolithography issues supporting manufacturing
Improve work center process yields
Investigate new suppliers and technologies for improving production, quality, end cost and throughput.
Work with R&D team to find creative solutions and approaches for new designs in advanced packaging
Partner with mask design team and device design engineering teams to define and prove in new photo masks
Demonstrated a proven track record of solving technical problems, project ownership, meeting deadlines, and multitasking.
Thorough sense of ownership, drive, and dedication to continuous improvement.
Ability to work collaboratively with cross functional teams to improve processes.
Excellent verbal/written communication skills, including technical writing for summarizing data and findings, writing process and equipment specifications and work instructions.
Detail-oriented with excellent organizational skills.
Engineering/Other Technical Positions:
ERIP Award Eligible:
The salary range for this role is 75,000 USD - 161,000 USD; however, Raytheon Technologies considers several factors when extending an offer, including but not limited to, the role and associated responsibilities, a candidate’s work experience, education/training, and key skills.
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