In this role, you will define and communicate what is expected of the tool & die technicians and outside vendors, provide required resources, tools/equipment, and technical training to meet the facility goals.
This position is responsible for working in a cleanroom environment doing new material (metals & dielectrics) depositions/evaluations using Ebeam evaporation, physical vapor deposition/sputtering (PVD), or chemical vapor deposition (CVD)
In this role, you will work as a team with Engineering, Quality, Production and other support representatives, determine and select the most appropriate equipment (CNC mills, lathes, etc.), methods, processes, fixtures, gauges, and sequences of operations necessary to manufacture machined components and assemblies in meeting the requirements of the engineering drawings, specifications, and CAD models.
In this role, you will perform design, development and analysis tasks on complex mechanical hardware including precision space structures and mechanisms, electro-mechanical hardware, and complex electronic packaging in a program team environment.
In this role, you will complete process margin studies and SPC charts would be required before transfer to manufacturing. If and when there is no R&D project activity, the candidate would be expected to provide process engineering support to manufacturing.
In this position, you will perform, design and analysis tasks on complex mechanical hardware including precision mechanisms, electro-mechanical devices, aerospace mechanism design, complex electronics packaging, supporting space-based deplorable mechanisms, avionics, phased array antennas, innovative thermal and ground based systems.
In this role, you will perform design and design support tasks for Purge, Vent and Hazardous Gas systems for manned and unmanned space vehicles. Tasks include requirements development, conceptual design, design, modeling, drawing generation, component specification generation, supplier support, acceptance test support, activation support, and problem resolution.
The Broadcast Maintenance Engineer works under the direction of the Director of Engineering to provide preventative maintenance and emergency repairs of video, audio and radio frequency (RF) systems, including satellite and ENG Microwave equipment and building maintenance.
In this role, you will entail working in a cleanroom environment evaluating and developing new resist materials (wet & dry), potential upgrades for i-line lithography, and backend WLP processes/materials.
In this role, you will prepare project layouts and construction plans; assists in the various design elements to complete a project, system, component, or system with other team members with clear and specified objectives involving conventional types of plans, surveys, investigations, structures, and/or equipment.