Facebook Process Integration Engineer in Plymouth, United Kingdom
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At Facebook, we’re developing the future of AR/VR displays. As a Process Integration Engineer, your job will be in implementation of a manufacturing process for future LED components, taking it from research to production. You will work closely with internal research teams and external partners and vendors. You will help define requirements and deliverables, schedule and track project progress. To be successful, you will eliminate barriers to your team’s success, clearly communicate their work to all stakeholders. Ideal team members are adaptable and resilient, eager to approach unfamiliar problems with curiosity and tenacity, and able to find ways to help our research teams be more efficient. Extensive travel and possible long term assignment to partner locations is a key part of this role.This role is located at our Plymouth UK partner location.
Implementing Facebook’s LED development and manufacturing processes in partner facilities worldwide
Building and managing high quality project plans
Carrying out risk assessment and mitigation
Working with internal and external partners to specify, install and ramp materials, processes and tools
Taking ownership of part of a nascent manufacturing flow and its implementation in a partner’s facility
Working with the research team to design and implement experimental work flows and products
Degree in Electrical Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science or Nano materials or related subject
Subject matter expert in industrial semiconductor process research & development or manufacturing, and/ or experience in optical device or CMOS or MEMS process design and qualification for production
Expertise in at least one of lithography, etch, deposition, wafer bonding, CMP or assembly processes
Proven vendor management ability in cross functional and multi-site situations, ideally involving site to site technology transfer
- Operations experience in optoelectronics or optical display manufacturing
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