• Senior Electrical Systems Engineer

    Job Locations US-MA-Wilmington
    Posted Date 6 days ago(4/20/2018 5:01 PM)
    Job ID
    2018-1434
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Engineering
  • Overview

    An electrical engineer with systems-level understanding of electronics and controls is needed to oversee, direct, guide and contribute directly to the design of modules, assemblies, and components for advanced, large-area, precision photolithographic equipment.

    Responsibilities

    • Provide technical leadership and serve as a leading individual contributor to the concept, design, development, and test of system modules and integration, including electro-mechanical and electro-optical interfaces
    • Test, evaluate, troubleshoot and diagnose electronic and electro-mechanical issues
    • Coordinate development activity with consultants and outside organizations as necessary
    • Meet project schedules and product specifications
    • Identify/specify parts, components, and assemblies
    • Work with key suppliers to ensure on-time delivery of critical components
    • Design critical control elements for high-precision optical systems
    • Regular reviews project updates and reviews
    • Operate within a cross functional team, understand the needs and requirements of internal stakeholders as well as external customers
    • Prepare and chair design reviews

    Qualifications

    • A Bachelor’s degree or higher in electrical engineering or well-related field
    • Demonstrated ability to conceive, design, and produce precision control systems of varying degrees of complexity
    • Solid knowledge and understanding of analytical investigations of electrical/electronic/motion-control equipment, including diagnostic troubleshooting, motion analysis, timing diagrams for interacting components
    • Working knowledge of position sensing and optical measuring components
    • Simulation experience (e.g., SPICE, MATLAB)
    • Solid ability to use test equipment (oscilloscopes, voltage probes, waveform generators, gauss meters, etc.)
    • Experience working with and selecting linear motors and related supporting components
    • An understanding of magnetic field interactions with solids and the potential for material heating and drag
    • Experience working with and directing a collaborative, cross-functional team development effort
    • Experience working with and managing suppliers of critical parts and components
    • A working knowledge of C/C++ and Linux OS a plus
    • Knowledge of and experience in light sources, optical sensors, and sensor fusion is a plus
    • Experience in the semiconductor capital equipment industry and familiarity with UL, CE, SEMI, and RoHS standards is a major plus.
    • Helicopter view, identify and understand priorities and main risks
    • Highly pro-active, thinks ahead, reports issues and setbacks promptly
    • Team player on all levels
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

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