mechanical engineering opportunity

Hi, I'm helping an LA, CA MEMs fabrication plant find these 2
professionals. The base income will be in the $100K range + bonuses,
etc. If you're interested/qualified in this please get in touch with
me. Thank You, Jim Skutt 919 342 0383
Senior Mechanical Engineer (2 openings)
o We are looking for a gifted and innovative mechanical engineer that
has a thorough understanding of all principles related to mechanical
design and a talent for hands on work. Experience with
automation/robotics, very high precision mechanisms, fluidic systems,
and optical assemblies is required. A person from a semiconductor or
related industry would be appropriate..
=B7 Responsibilities:
o Develop and design machines, fixtures and sub-assemblies for
production tools and R&D apparatus, often requiring micron level
precision and accuracy.
o Work with engineers and scientists in lithography, electro-plating
and planarization to advance process technology and facilitate
production expansion.
o Develop equipment for sub-micron level planarization with systems
such as lapping, CMP, single point diamond machining and grinding
o Facilitate and implement machines and systems for production and R&D
o Requirements:
o BS or MS in Mechanical Engineering
o Seven plus years of relevant experience
o 3D CAD expertise, preferably with SolidWorks
o Demonstrated understanding of manufacturing technologies
o Experience with designing highly precise mechanisms (micron level
accuracy)
o Proficiency with FEA software like Cosmos or ANSYS
o Good hands on skills and ability to perform basic machine shop
practices
o Understanding of drawing detailing for manufacture and geometric
dimensions and tolerances
o Technical problem solving skills and meticulous attention to detail
o Excellent written and verbal communication skills with fluency in
English
o Experience in planarization technologies such as CMP or lapping is a
plus=20
o Experience with lithography tools is a plus
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