Redlen Technologies Inc., 868120585, Saanichton, British Columbia, Canada Req #25
Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Redlen Technologies is the leading provider of multi-energy, X-ray imaging modules based on proprietary Cadmium Zinc Telluride (CZT) imaging sensors. Our precision energy detection platform provides solutions to Global Fortune 500 companies in the medical imaging, security and non-destructive testing market segments.
Detail-oriented? Love west coast living? You'll fit right in! Join our team of industry-leading researchers, engineers and designers delivering high resolution radiation-based imaging products that make the world a healthier and safer place. Located on Vancouver Island on Canada's Pacific coast, our employees and their families enjoy easy access to a wide variety of metropolitan and outdoor recreational activities, affording an unrivaled balance of technology work and a re-energizing lifestyle. We offer a comprehensive benefit program including flexible work hours, competitive salaries, and health and dental insurance.
Redlen is committed to promoting employee equity and building a skilled, diverse workplace reflective of Canadian society.
Reporting to the Manager of Detector Prototyping this person will be responsible for the following:
Key responsibilities include:
Support process engineering staff in the development of new processes for the fabrication of Redlen’s sensors;
Grasp the ideas behind experiments and use their knowledge of Redlen’s HF processes to quickly and efficiently execute the experiments and help drive conclusions based on solid data;
Support prototype production activities;
Provide technical support and training for production staff for high volume manufacturing;
Documentation of fabrication processes;
Collect and monitor process data;
Create and maintain control charts; perform process capability analyses;
The position requires some flexibility in work hours to ensure completion of critical experiments
Understanding of and experience in one or more of the following:
Semiconductor fabrication processes, such as passivation, photolithography, contact deposition, etc.;
Semiconductor crystal growth and wafer preparation processes including wafer sawing, lapping and polishing, mechanical measurement tools and fabrication processes;
Experience with statistical tools;
Demonstrated experience in process documentation
Ability to create succinct, clear reports;
Ability to work with minimal supervision
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Science, or equivalent
Pay Type Hourly