eMagin, a leader in OLED micro displays and virtual imaging technologies has exciting opportunities for Manufacturing Packaging Engineer in the East Fishkill, NY manufacturing facility. eMagin integrates high-resolution OLED micro displays, magnifying optics, and systems technologies to create a virtual image that appears comparable to that of a computer monitor or a large-screen television
Responsible for packaging assembly process engineering, including but not limited to , wafer dice, sort, and pick and place operations.
Manage the process development procedure to ensure the transfer of process and products from the development phase to production release is completed successfully and on schedule
Develop, monitor, and maintain department Key Performance Indicators in line with internal and external customer needs
Promote safety awareness, accident prevention and employee involvement with regards to safe work environment
Provide effective engineering leadership through the provision of coaching/mentoring.
Prepare operating budgets to maintain engineering and manufacturing capability to support business demands of the back end. Maintain focus on cost control for all back end activities and proactively encourage cost reduction and lean manufacturing principles
Lead and participate in engineering activities to specify, support and improve final assembly processes for production including documentation, process controls, training, and support
Define, direct, and engage in engineering development of new fabrication processes to support R&D roadmap and transition to production
Implement and support an effective program for process monitoring and controls (SPC) and continuous improvements
Creating weekly yield reports using statistical tools
Creating and maintaining work standards using work measurement, and dynamic and static capacity and cost simulation models
Working with materials manager for supply chain optimization and inventory minimization.
Design of Experiments (DOE) and data analysis to support engineering efforts to improve product design and manufacturability
Performance measurement and analysis to monitor and improve manufacturing
Applying various statistical methods to improve reproducibility and manufacturability through Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA), Control Plan, and Gage R&R studies
Data analysis and improvements to manufacturing capabilities
Required to interact and work closely with other departments including engineering, manufacturing, equipment maintenance, quality, product development, R&D, and finance.
Develop and maintain positive working relationships with applicable departments and suppliers to evaluate potential new processes and materials to improve cost, yield, reliability, and quality.
Drive identification and implementation of process improvements to increase yield and reduce operating costs
Develop, modify and/or continuously improve manufacturing process and procedures to enable higher productivity, reduced scrap, and improved quality
Other duties will be assigned, as necessary
Reports to: Senior Vice President, Operations.
The position is non-managerial, but may require the leading of small groups of engineers and/or manufacturing technicians.
Requires a minimum BS in engineering, physics, material science, or related engineering discipline, or equivalent.
Knowledge of semiconductor backend operations required.
A record of successful project completion is a must.
A high energy, act quickly attitude is essential.
Able to manage multiple projects, both long term, and short term, simultaneously.
It is preferable that the candidate has 5 plus years’ experience working in a semiconductor and/or OLED manufacturing facility.
The Leader in OLED microdisplay technology for the next generation of computing and imaging devices, serving world-class customers in the military, consumer, medical and industrial markets. We invent, engineer and manufacture display technologies of the future in the USA, including our Direct Patterning Technology (dPd) that will transform the way the world consumes information. Since 2001 our microdisplays are being used in AR/VR, aircraft cockpits, heads up display systems, thermal scopes, night vision goggles, future weapon systems and a variety of other applications.