Thermo Fisher Scientific Systems Engineer in Hillsboro, Oregon
When you join us at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you’ll be part of a smart, driven team that shares your passion for exploration and discovery. With revenues of $22 billion and the largest investment in R&D in the industry, we give our people the resources and opportunities to make significant contributions to the world.
This Systems Engineer opportunity is a part of the Materials and Structural Analysis Semiconductor Business Unit located in Hillsboro, OR. We focus on providing root cause analysis and metrology solutions to the semiconductor market to help our customers develop and ramp to production their most advanced integrated circuits. Our Hillsboro site produces world class electron microscope systems and core technology used by scientists and engineers to drive innovation around the globe. Our products have been instrumental in Nobel prize winning at https://ir.thermofisher.com/investors/news-and-events/news-releases/news-release-details/2017/Winners-of-2017-Nobel-Prize-in-Chemistry-Helped-Spark-New-Era-in-Biochemistry/default.aspx discoveries, have been highlighted by National Geographic at https://www.fei.com/image-contest/ , and were awarded Gold at the Edison awards. You will join a growing team committed to collaboration, continuous improvement, and development of you as a person.
How will you make an impact?
Our Product Quality Assurance (PQA) Engineering team is responsible for system integration, test and quality, including requirement definition, system integration, performance testing, reliability modeling, and verification that the implementation meets application and market needs.
This role is responsible for integrating work from the New Product Development (NPD) agile teams into the system and process for Large Dual Beam (LDB) systems. This person will be leading the coordination of the product development team, at the integration level. Facilitating the electro-mechanical integration and proving software functionality required for the automated LDB system to meet application requirements. This person will ensure that the processes are appropriately characterized and controlled, championing quality from project inception to completion. This is an exciting opportunity and offers potential for growth.
In this position, you will join a team developing the preeminent innovative wafer-to-atomic information workflows, enabling our semiconductor customers to make timely decisions. By accelerating the information age, you will be helping make the world healthier, cleaner and safer.
What will you do?
Inspire the development team to build quality and reliability into the design and development of new products
Develop improvements to project flows that adds meaningful value and efficiency to our processes
Responsible for key aspects of system integration and qualification working hands-on with complex prototype electro-mechanical systems
Evaluate system and automated processes through testing and data-driven analysis, determining appropriate control limits and variables for specifications
Support the characterization of system performance of automated Large Dual Beam (LDB) microscope system using statistical analysis, design of experiment (DOE) and statistical process control (SPC)
Optimize the alignment and maintenance strategies
Work with a variety of technologies including SEM, FIB, HVPS, vacuum, gas chemistry, detectors, optics, robots, electro-mechanical systems and pneumatics
Document to the project team the test strategy and report on progress for each part of the system under development
Develop and document the instructions to integrate and calibrate new modules, systems and features
How will you get here?
- Bachelors degree Engineering, Science, Technology, or Math (STEM) discipline (Electrical Engineering and Controls Engineering preferred). Master’s degree preferred.
5-7 years meaningful experience developing high performance electro-mechanical systems or subsystems used in semiconductor capital equipment or related industries
2 + years as a lead role in new product introduction
Some component of the experience ideally would involve a quality role, reporting or modelling system reliability
Hands-on capability to integrate, test and troubleshoot electro-mechanical systems
Proven capability to learn new technologies
Strong analytical perspective with the ability to demonstrate practical decision making
Ability for proactive, result-oriented performance, priority and time management
Aptitude and desire to apply systems engineering principles and science-based innovation to a wide range of cross-cutting problems
Proficiency in aligning and maintaining SEM equipment
Familiarity with Building PC equipment, operating systems and networking
Proficiency applying a scripting language to produce a desired automated functionality
Experience applying six sigma and performing statistical analysis and modeling is preferred
Experience with laboratory instrumentation, electronics, and electromechanical systems
Knowledge of specifying, verifying and reporting system reliability growth modeling; Weilbull analysis is preferred
Knowledge of statistical analysis and modeling using DOE and SPC is preferred
Willingness to travel domestically and internationally as needed (20% maximum)
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