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Quality Manager

Adecco Engineering and Technical has a current job opportunity for a Quality Manager in the Ithaca, NY area.
Quality Manager/Process Development Engineer Roles and Responsibilities:
The Quality Manager/ Process Development Engineer is responsible for developing fabrication processes and implementing continuous improvement projects in support of the production of integrated micro photonic devices including semiconductor lasers using our proprietary Etched Facet Technology.
The successful candidate will lead projects in deposition, patterning, and characterization of thin films and III-V semiconductor structures using dry and wet processing including plasma-based techniques and chemical wet etching.
Drive development projects and complete per project planDevelop deposition/etch processes and transfer to productionMonitor and direct the activities of techniciansMonitor material purchasing, production, and equipment maintenance schedulesDevelop PM and process qualification plansDevelop/improve tooling, fixtures, and in situ monitoring devices for use in deposition/etch work cellsProvide project leadership on thin film related projects, and technical consultation to the product development and process integration teamsTrain and mentor junior engineers and techniciansWrite and verify procedures and work instructionsRequired Qualification:
Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Physics, Master's degree preferredAt least six years of process development and manufacturing experience in thin film processing including hands-on experience with CAIBE, IBE, FIB, RIE, RIE/ICP, and PECVDStrong analytical capacity and diagnostic abilityWorking knowledge in precision mechanical design and tolerances.
Thorough understanding of statistical methods used in manufacturingHands-on experience with DOE, SPCExperience in ISO 9000 implementationIf you are interested in this opportunity or other jobs available through Adecco Engineering and Technical, please apply online!Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

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