This position is for a thin films sustaining process engineer specifically focused on Cathodic Arc and DC Magnetron Sputtered films applied in a fast paced “job shop” environment.

  • Expected to quickly become the technical expert on the process and equipment in the plant.
  • Routine monitoring of equipment and process performance, defect analysis and defect reduction.
  • Identify, respond to, and characterize equipment/process and quality/defect issues.
  • Implement root cause solutions to those issues, and continuously improving you equipment/process safety, quality and cost performance.
  • Dispositions non-conforming material and drives appropriate CAPA actions with the quality department.
    Partner with R&D to evaluate new process readiness for transfer into production.
  • Interface directly with Customer’s engineering team as needed to define and improve coat work instructions, designs and tooling for new and existing products.


  • BS in Electrical, Physics, Chemistry, Material Science or related engineering field.
  • Recent college grad w/ some experience as a process engineer and thin films exposure.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • A demonstrated ability to learn new processes and tools quickly and make technical contributions.
  • Make technical decisions, provide technical direction, have strong team building capability and have excellent communication skills.
  • Thin Film equipment or process experience (Leybold or Sulzer) is a plus.

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