Manufacturing Process Engineer
Manufacturing Process Engineer
Redlen Technologies’ genesis lies in the foundational work of its Co-Founder Bob Redden who undertook a Canadian Space Agency (CSA) challenge of growing crystalline materials in microgravity on the Mir and the International Space Station (ISS).
Starting from an original team of five to over 200 employees today, Redlen has continued to innovate and improve the semiconductor crystal growth and fabrication process for its world-leading Cadmium Zinc Telluride (CZT) sensors, used in Medical Imaging, Security Imaging and Non-Destructive Testing. Redlen’s technology is enabling a quantum leap forward in medical CT scanners - equivalent in scope and scale to the leap from black and white TVs to high definition 4K LED displays – improving image resolution and diagnostic accuracy, all the while substantially reducing radiation dose.
The team has grown from 50 to 200 employees in the recent past as it has secured design wins with major Fortune 500 industry customers in the medical and security industries. It plans to grow to 400 people and double its Victoria footprint in the next few years. Redlen’s impressive technical leadership and innovation led global medical equipment leader Canon Inc. to acquire Redlen for $430M in 2021 - a huge win for the B.C. tech industry.
Redlen has received numerous awards and accolades and prides itself on being a great place to work for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) roles, and for being an equal opportunity employer.
Reporting to the Senior Process Engineering Manager, the successful applicant will assume a key role in process improvement and optimization of the company’s semiconductor radiation detector products for capacity, yield and cost improvement.
Key responsibilities include:
- Optimizing semiconductor fabrication processes such as lapping, polishing, photolithography, metallization, etc.;
- Carrying out continuous improvement opportunities utilizing a wide variety of basic analytical techniques (run charts, control charts, histograms, pareto charts);
- Developing process automation solutions to improve process quality and reduce process cost;
- Designing and executing Design of Experiments (DOE) and conducting statistical analysis of data for process optimization, improvement and reporting;
- Documenting the SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures) for various device fabrication processes and material/device characterization instruments;
- Contributing to the tech transfer function between R&D, Engineering and Manufacturing;
- Conducting failure analysis and troubleshooting of non-conforming manufactured product to determine root cause; and
- A minimum of two years’ experience in semiconductor material and device fabrication or equivalent industries
- Experience working in a manufacturing environment
- Attention to details and ability to recognize/report unforeseen experimental deviations
- Knowledge of designing experiments using DOE methodology and applying this knowledge to process development, optimization and improvement
- Statistical analysis experience using MiniTab or JMP software; and
- A very hands-on and innovative individual that works well in a team environment and with non-routine tasks;
- Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills;
- Outstanding interpersonal skills and be able to work with limited supervision; and
- Demonstrated positive attitude and self-motivation
- Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in engineering, physics, applied physics, or other relevant scientific field, with relevant industry experience.
- Pay Type Salary
- Travel Required No
- Required Education Bachelor’s Degree