Semiconductor Process Development Engineer - Lithography (Job ID 35042)
Keysight Technologies, the world's premier measurement company, has an opening for a Semiconductor Fab Process Development Engineer at the High Frequency Technology Center in Santa Rosa, California. Live in beautiful Sonoma County amongst vineyards, redwood forests, rivers, lakes and coastline while working on state-of-the-art ICs and devices.
Process Development Engineers at HFTC are responsible for process development and sustaining of custom, cutting edge, micro and nano-fabrication technologies for high performance microwave and millimeter-wave applications. The technologies include InP and GaAs-based HBTs, HEMTs and other electronic components which enable key competitive differentiation of Keysight’s industry-leading RF, microwave and high bit rate instruments.
The focus of this position is manufacturing sustainability and R&D support for lithography process engineering and related semiconductor processing. Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
- Working closely with other process, integration, product, and circuit design engineers to define process and device performance targets.
- Defining process flows, develop new processes and drive continuous process improvement (CPI) efforts to maximize product yield.
- Ensuring successful transfer and maintenance of new technologies in manufacturing. Project objectives will encompass performance, reliability and manufacturing goals.
- Working with the Operations Group to implement robust process control and support production processes; diagnose and resolve process problems.
- Leading capital equipment acquisition projects that include tool evaluation, characterization, process development, and qualification.
Keysight provides an outstanding benefits package that includes: highly competitive pay, profit sharing, stock purchase, 401k with matching, relocation assistance, paid time off, medical, dental, and vision insurance, multiple education assistance options, and opportunities to interact with some of the world’s top engineers and scientists.
- M.S. or Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science, Physics, or equivalent experience.
- 1-2 Years of experience with maintaining or developing photolithography or electron beam lithography processes is required.
- Experience with statistical process control and design of experiments is preferred.
- Specific skills in III-V semiconductor processing is preferred.
- Candidates must have excellent interpersonal, problem solving, and communication skills for successful inter- and intra-group interactions.