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Optical Metrology Technician - Guaranteed sign on bonus and relocation
In a nutshell
Wilton - CT, US
Introduction to the job
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Accurately manufacture and supply all ASML products in accordance with the established specification statements. Make improvements to existing products and processes, and guide the implementation of new products and processes. Ensure quality and standardization while contributing to improvements in effectivity and efficiency.
Without direct supervision, will perform in process and final optical metrology and microroughness measurements on precision optical components as well as support processes and product development.This position is located in a working lab environment.
Applicant will be responsible for all phases of the optical metrology process, including MRO, wavefront and radius measurements and the recordingand review of measured data.
Visual surface inspection of all optical components to ISO standards
Ability to work safely on fragile, high value optics
Measures work-piece for conformance to specifications
Notifies supervisor of discrepancies
Follows written English work instructions that describe the process and the required measurements
Possesses strong blueprint interpretation skills
Verify settings by regularly measuring parts before and after changes are made.
Maintain continuity among work shifts by documenting and communicating actions, irregularities, and continuing needs to supervisors and co-workers on other shifts
Maintain safe operations by adhering to safety procedures and regulations
Candidate will be required to wear PPE where appropriate and embrace the ASML 5S+1 requirements
SAP operation and knowledge, along with writing disturbance and material notifications as needed is a must.
Job Experience & Education:
Proven knowledge (2+ Years) of optical handling experience, manufacturing or related experience
High School or trade school graduate or G.E.D
Intermediate mathematical skills including use of basic math, geometry and trigonometry
Intermediate computer skills and familiarity with Windows 7, MS Office & SAP
Prior optical handling, testing, or fabrication experience is preferred
Personal Skills & Competencies:
Strong analytical skills – capable of translating requirements into executable schedule
Cross train and support cross functional groups.
Self-motivated with the ability to prioritize, meet deadlines and manage changing priorities
Ability to effectively communicate one on one and in small groups to operators, management and engineers
Regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts, solvents and tooling
May also be exposed to laser energy, magnetic fields
Typically handles parts that could weigh up to 35 pounds
Will be required to stand, sit, kneel and bend to load and unload the surfaces of the machine tools
Production areas are maintained at 70 to 72 degrees
The noise level in the manufacturing areas is usually moderate
Occasional travel may be required