Sun Chemical, the world’s largest producer of printing inks and pigments, is a leading provider of materials to packaging, publication, coatings, plastics, cosmetics, and other industrial markets. Our parent company, DIC Corporation, is a Ұ638M sales conglomerate leading diversified specialty chemicals companies and the core of the DIC Group, a multinational organization comprising more than 200 companies in approximately 60 countries worldwide. DIC has capitalized on its extensive technological expertise to establish itself as a global powerhouse in printing inks and organic pigments, among others. DIC is redoubling its efforts to develop innovative, high-performance products that respond to market needs, in line with its management vision, "Color and Comfort by Chemistry." As a responsible corporate citizen, DIC is also working to contribute, through its operations, to environmental and social sustainability.
With annual sales over $3.5 billion and 10,000 employees, Sun Chemical operates in 110 countries worldwide. Leveraging 50 years of experience as a supplier to the printed circuits industry, Sun Chemical has recently commercialized a range of new products for membrane switch, RFID and photovoltaic markets. Through an ongoing commitment to developing innovative products that provide value to our customers, Sun Chemical is investing in facilities and technologies targeted at the evolving printed electronics market.
Sun Chemical Corporation is a subsidiary of Sun Chemical Group B.V., the Netherlands, and is headquartered in Parsippany, New Jersey, USA. The Daniel J. Carlick Technical Center is located in Carlstadt, New Jersey. For more information, please visit our Web site at www.sunchemical.com.
Sun Chemical Corp. seeks a Research and Development Engineer at our Carlstadt, NJ location. Design, develop and manufacture hardware and software components including but not limited to optoelectronic, photonic and photovoltaic devices. Define test structures, setting up and conducting characterization and testing of devices and applications. Interface closely with formulation scientists and process engineers to establish structure-properties relationships of products. Contribute to the creation of technical datasheets and product support material including processing guidelines for Sun’s products. Lead benchmarking experiments for electrical performance of devices. Organize and plan trials. Maintain and calibrate Electrical and Electro-Optical Characterization Equipment. Develop test methods, structures/patterns and lead device testing using internal or external capabilities. Work closely with formulation scientists to establish structure-properties relationships between materials and device performance. Perform statistical measurement system analysis and help reduce variability by developing new SOP’s. Participate in manufacturing plans for current and future products using internal as well as external resources. Interface with manufacturing contractors to review designs and oversee successful implementation of designs in producing prototypes and finished products. Manage existing hardware and software for customers. Produce test methods, standard operating procedures, calibration procedures and equipment manuals as necessary. Develop sales demonstration kits and support sales team as necessary. Oversee or carry out field installation (domestic and international) of hardware and software, and train customers in proper usage of equipment.
Qualified candidates must have a Masters in Electrical Engineering or closely related degree, with in-depth academic coursework or research experience in inorganic photonic structures (e.g. photovoltaic devices).
Competitive compensation package including base salary and short-term incentive plans, as well as benefits, including 401(k) Savings Plan.