The ideal candidate will: Develop system level solutions, electronics design (where applicable and if the candidate has a PhD in EE) and error budget analysis for an electron beam development program. Included in this category are electron, x-ray, and ion beam optics, electrical, mechanical, photonics, and physio-chemistry system design, development, and integration.
Candidate shall participate/lead design, simulations, error budget development and design review processes, design and execution of experiments, validation processes, and execution to the PLC protocol, including development risk identification, assessment, and mitigation.
Candidate shall produce sub-system specifications to meet the total tool performance requirements, support engineering staff in next level specification and test planning. Must be able to work within a small team environment, work with outside contractors, consultants, and participate in VOC/market validation efforts. Provide effective presentation and written evaluations to internal customers to show capabilities of the product concept. Interface with customers to understand the requirement of their needs. Feedback on product performance and market gaps back to the marketing and engineering teams. This candidate must work closely with other internal development programs within KLA-Tencor.
MS/PhD in Physics, Electrical Engineering or Controls (SW) Engineering, or a minimum of 3 years academic development experience is required. Familiarity with electron optics systems, wafer transport and vacuum systems is a plus. Thorough knowledge of systems engineering and having completed an e-beam product development cycle are beneficial.
Master's Level Degree with at least 2 years of experience.
Doctorate (Academic) with at least 1 years of experience.
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