R&D Mechanical Engineer QD Vision
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Design and implement opto-mechanical assemblies to evaluate next generation quantum dot (QD) composite systema. The mechanical engineer will participate in the mechanical, thermal, and optical design aspects of various characterization systems to study the efficiency and reliability of quantum-dot composite systems. This individual will work closely with the product and QD material development teams to help drive internal development activities. This individual will also partner with other internal resources as necessary to provide, collect, and analyze other application specific measurements.
BA/MS degree in mechanical engineering or other relevant engineering degree.
Experience working with CAD tools, preferably SolidWorks.
Experience with machine shop tools and machining parts is a plus, but not required.
Experience with thermal design and working with thermal design tools, such as COMSOL Multiphysics, is an advantage.
Experience with LabVIEW and design of opto-mechanical systems is an advantage.
Hands-on, can-do individual, willing to take on challenges and drive results is required.
Comfortable working in a fast paced, self managed environment with aggressive goals.
Strong grasp and rigorous application of the scientific method in daily activities.
Organized, focused and data driven with an eye toward process development and transitioning research concepts into manufacturing ready technologies.
Strong relationship and organizational skills to effectively work with a positive team approach.
Ability to work effectively with individuals at all levels and functions of the organization to develop solutions to technical challenges.
Able to both independently manage priorities, and also take direction to change priorities based on the direction of managers and co-workers.
QD Vision Cultural Fit
Outgoing, team oriented, and capable of disciplined technique and experimental execution. In the QD Vision start up environment, this will require the incumbent to help execute detailed, complete experiments that thoroughly analyze and probe the existing and future materials-enhanced optical systems and product platforms.
Comfortable with changing priorities and multiple direction inputs, and able to sort out and manage the expectations of those various stakeholders.
Independent and able to quickly adapt to the cultural environment with minimal hand-holding. Has a natural sense of urgency.
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