Digital Optics Corporation (DOC) in Charlotte, NC, is a worldwide leader in the technology development, design, manufacture, and marketing of wafer-based micro-optics and
wafer-based integration of photonic assemblies. Digital Optics Corporation provides high-performance, low-cost, and small-form-factor photonic components and sub-assemblies which include: silicon bench, v-grooves, diffractive optics, refractive optics, and wafer-level integrated
modules. These technologies provide enabling solutions to OEM's in the fields of telecommunications, data communications, lithography, and others. DOC was recently named the 120th fastest-growing private company in the country by Inc.magazine.
DOC is rapidly growing and looking to add several individuals to our dynamic team. We are recruiting the following:
Senior Mechanical Engineer: We are seeking someone looking for a new set of design challenges. DOC has developed the opto-electronics and fiber optics integration technology that is enabling micro-packaging of photonics systems. This technology is the driving force behind the next generation of telecom, datacom and internet network products. We are looking for a motivated individual with a BS in Engineering with a minimum of 5 years industrial design experience in microelectronics packaging. Preference will be given to candidates with opto-electronics and high-volume experience. Other desired qualifications include board level design, reliability and product qualification testing experience, and experience with RF systems.
Senior Process Development Engineer: We are seeking someone experienced in multiple aspects of semiconductor fabrication, such as sub-micron photolithography, plasma etching, and device characterization. The job will focus on developing and refining state-of-the-art fabrication techniques for micro-optical components and systems. We are looking for a motivated individual with a BS degree in a related science or engineering field. Minimum 3 years hands-on process development experience required. An advanced degree with industrial process development experience preferred. Experience with micro-optics and in transitioning products into high volume manufacturing highly desired.
Project Leader: We are seeking someone to plan, lead, coordinate, perform, and monitor to completion one or more diffractive and micro-optical design projects with associated manufacturing processes and equipment. Will be expected to prepare, present, and monitor program plans including
scheduling and budgeting. Experience in multiple aspects of sub-micron photolithography (including photoresist processing, etching, and characterization) or experience in the design and development of optical systems is required. Good managerial skills are required, as this person may be expected to lead a small project team of engineers and technicians in a matrix environment. Experience in
transitioning products into high-volume production highly desired. Experience with ISO 9001 a plus. A BS/MS in physics, optics, EE or related discipline with a minimum of 3 years of
Factory Team Manager: Will direct and coordinate activities of the manufacturing area in processing wafer-based optical components. Preferred candidate will have a minimum 3 years manufacturing experience as well as experience in direct supervision and cost reduction programs and knowledge of Kanban and Lean Manufacturing concepts and equipment maintenance. Degree in engineering or science required. Wafer-based manufacturing experience, project management experience, and familiarity with SPC and statistical concepts preferred.
DOC, whose products are sold worldwide, provides a dynamic environment, excellent advancement opportunities, and a wide variety of projects and assignments. Mail, fax or email your
resume today! Address: DOC, P. Krusoe, 5900 Northwoods Parkway, Suite J, Charlotte, NC, 28269, Fax: (704) 887-3101, Email: Paige@doc.com. For additional information, see our website at http://www.doc.com
This comes from the Engineer's Job Market at Progressive Engineer, the online magazine covering engineering in the mid-Atlantic and northeast regions of the U.S. For more openings and information, visit http://www.ProgressiveEngineer.com.