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The Process Development Engineer plays a key role in the Front End detector Processing Group. This position is a hands-on technical leader who enjoys working in teams, and excels at communicating technical ideas with team members and customers.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Qualifications & Competencies
To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following qualifications and competencies:
Effective communication (written and verbal) of very complex ideas with the ability to communicate to any level of audience.
Must be a team player and interact well with fellow engineers and peers.
Exhibit excellent verbal, written and communication skills.
Advanced computer proficiency using Microsoft Office Suite. (Word, Excel & PowerPoint)
Displays exemplary ethics and business conduct and performs work cognizant of safe work practices
Education and/or Experience
Strong process development experience, particularly dry and wet etch technology, passivation deposition, and feed-forward process controls required.
Experience in DOE, process and technology development.
Experience in project management, risk assessment/management, cost account management, cost estimation and engineering planning is highly desired, but not required.