Working under close supervision, designs coil springs and stabilizer bars that satisfy customers’ requirements using various computer-aided engineering (CAE) software. Accurately summarizes and explains the results to other departments and manufacturing plants.
Design coil springs and stabilizer bars for automotive suspension systems using various CAE (ABAQUS, CATIA, 3D Scanner, etc.) tools while following internal design rules.
Summarize the results with Excel and explain them accurately.
Identify design issues at an early stage and ask supervisor for countermeasures.
Report the progress in a timely manner.
Complete design according to deadlines.
Work on-site at plant locations during prototype trials.
Other various tasks assigned by supervisor
Ability to speak, read, and write English.
Ability to sit at a computer for an extended period of time.
Ability to follow directions, meet deadlines, and complete assigned tasks.
Attention to detail and dependable attendance.
Ability to work both individually and as a team.
Ability to travel domestically.
A high school diploma or an Associate degree in Mechanical Engineering or a related field would be helpful.
2 or more years of experience working in the engineering field is a plus.
High-school levels math knowledge, such as Algebra, Functions, and Geometry.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
Engineer (Semiconductor Capital Equipment & Processing)
Location: San Jose, CA
Lead a team of Engineers in a fast paced and fluid environment. Collaborate with cross-functional teams including Product Design, Manufacturing, Quality and Product Operations to deliver products to customers.
Point of contact for new product introduction.
Provide design for manufacturability (DFM) reviews of our products. Make recommendations to customer to improve manufacturing processes for quality and cost.
Use statistical process control and studies to validate process capability, establish reasonable specifications, and drive process improvements in partnership with Tooling and Manufacturing Process Engineers.
Identify and highlight manufacturability issues during engineering builds to ensure product quality is stable and that supply is predictable during ramp.
Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent practical experience.
5 years of experience with semiconductor front-end manufacturing field, working with the transition of new products to production and with core mechanical manufacturing processes.
Experience managing a team of Development or Quality Engineers.
Experience with statistical process control, fixture design/qualification, cosmetic inspection metrology, and measurement correlation.
Experience in communications with customer as interface.
Knowledge of common semiconductor process (e.g., etching, ALD, CVD, PVD).
Knowledge of common surface finishing operations (e.g., plasma spray coating, plating, anodizing, polishing, lapping and sandblasting).