Engineer II - Process Integration
Located in Malibu, California, HRL has been on the leading edge of technology, conducting pioneering research and advancing the state of the art.
Bachelor or Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Physics, Chemistry or related fields, OR equivalent experience.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
This exciting role joins a team of scientists and engineers pushing the state of the art in the processing of silicon and III-V semiconductor materials. You will be developing new fabrication processes and implementing existing processes in IC fabrication, micromachining, and wafer-level integration. Job functions will include hands-on wafer fabrication in a clean room environment based on existing written processes, developing new processes and procedures, designing, planning and performing experiments, recording and analyzing data, troubleshooting and making decisions based on observations, presenting results, and communicating future processing improvements to HRL project managers. You will be responsible for assessing and driving yield improvements, cycle time, and forecasting fabrication lot schedules in conjunction with program managers. This role will focus on research, development and production in the technology fields of MEMS, infrared focal plane arrays, electro-optical, and other sensors, actuators and transducers.
We value your 3 or more years of experience with microelectronics semiconductor fabrication (DRIE, RIE, lithography, ALD, PECVD, plating and wet chemistry, metal and dielectric deposition, chemical-mechanical-polishing, wafer bonding, die attach, etc) and metrology (optical microscope inspection, SEM, profilometry, etc). Familiarity with CAD mask layout design is a plus. Familiarity with design of experiments and JMP software is a plus.
Processes associated with semiconductor IC fabrication is required, relating to semiconductor front end (FEOL) or back end of line (BEOL) processing; Familiarity with microelectronics packaging and chip/wafer level integration processes is beneficial. Knowledge of semiconductor device physics, transistors, electro-optics and gyroscopes is advantageous. Knowledge of basic statistical process control and/or design of experiments principles is beneficial. Use of Microsoft office programs, standard data processing and analytical tools, and standard scientific software programs is required. Knowledge of statistical process control, six sigma methods, and 8D quality improvement processes is a plus. Familiarity with Cadence or other layout tools is a plus.
ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL/MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:
Proficiency in use of computers, engineering work stations, complex electronic equipment, verbal and written communication, interaction with customers/colleagues and willingness to work in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. Ability to work well in a team and independently. Must be sufficiently mobile to work within confined spaces and have both visual and hearing acuity. Must be able to work within a class 10 Cleanroom. Must be able to work safely with and around potentially toxic and hazardous materials, chemicals and gases.
U.S. citizenship status required. Must be able to work second shift (12PM start time)
HRL offers a very competitive compensation and benefits package. Our benefits include medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401K match, gym facilities, PTO, growth potential, and an exciting and challenging work environment.
HRL Laboratories is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and does not discriminate in recruiting, hiring, training or promoting, on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, medical condition, U.S. military or protected veteran status, union membership, or political affiliation. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.
- Pay Type Salary
- Malibu, CA, USA