Are you a jack of all trades? Then you should consider joining our team. We are seeking an R&D Optoelectronics
Technologist to support laboratory activities and operations including semiconductor, optoelectronics device testing,
optoelectronics assembly, and equipment procurement, setup and maintenance. You will assume a key role within our
high performing optoelectronics team, working closely with compound semiconductor device scientists and engineers
on lasers, integrated photonics, infrared devices, and novel sensors. On any given day, you will be asked to:
Develop, build, modify, repair, and maintain a wide variety of electronic, and optical test hardware
Use, troubleshoot and maintain semiconductor fabrication and packaging equipment such as ovens, dicing saws, wirebonders, ﬂip‐chip bonders, 3‐D printers, cryogenic and vacuum systems.
Perform data acquisition and analysis using electronic, probe, and ﬁber/free‐space optical setups to measure LIV, environmental performance, and spectrum.
Understand and execute designs from schematics, wiring diagrams, drawings, and related speciﬁcations.
Machine custom ﬁxtures using equipment such as a mill and lathe.
Build and maintain laboratory infrastructure such as pressure systems, temperature systems, and instrument shelving and wiring.
Assemble and package custom micro‐devices using pick and place, wire‐bonding, ﬂip‐chip bonding, and epoxy.
Maintain and write operating manuals, ES&H protocols, calibration records, and inventories for equipment, chemicals, and lasers.
Associate’s degree or Bachelor’s degree in a science or Engineering ﬁeld
At least 6 months experience testing semiconductor devices or at least one college level course in electronics.
At least 6 months experience working in a laboratory setting with test equipment or a college level laboratory course in electronics.
Ability to obtain and maintain a DOE L security clearance.
Ideally, we would like to see your background include some of the following:
Strong academic credentials, with an undergraduate GPA of 3.2/4.0.
Experience with lasers and optical test equipment in a laboratory setting.
Familiarity with circuit board layout and assembly.
Experience coding or using test automation software such as Matlab, Python, C#, or Lab‐View.
Semiconductor fabrication, clean‐room, or assembly experience or college level coursework on these topics.
Previous machining experience.
Use or understanding of mask/reticle design software.
Active DOE L security clearance.