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Optical Manufacturing Engineer

Who We Are:

Entanglement Technologies is about reinventing how our world designs, implements, and responds to complex chemical analyses. We provide environmental, petrochemical, life sciences, applied market, and government laboratories and operators around the globe with the instruments, services, and expertise that they need to support rapid decision-making in the field based on high-quality, defensible data. Entanglement Technologies closes the feedback loop in chemical analysis, and allows our customers to focus on answering their most important question: What comes next?

Your Opportunity to Grow with Us:

Entanglement Technologies provides ground-breaking chemical analyzers and services which grant our customers flexibility in project design and personnel qualifications while in many cases improving data quality and sample turnaround times. The Entanglement Technologies team is a tight-knit group of professionals focused on building a product and service which improves our customer’s experience and day-to-day operations and promotes meaningful change on a large-scale. Above all, we are focused on building a future based on highly accessible and highly actionable data, where critical decisions based on high-quality data is only a button-push away.

Entanglement Technologies is seeking an Optical Manufacturing Engineer to play an integral role in supporting our rapidly expanding manufacturing team. Our flagship chemical detection platform, AROMA, a thermal desorption, cavity ring-down spectroscopy (TD-CRDS) analyzer provides market-disrupting, best-in-class detection capabilities that have the potential to revolutionize the analytical instrumentation industry. Primary responsibilities include assembly of critical optical and laser systems for manufacturing and assisting in development of new optical systems.

Roles And Responsibilities

  • Direct involvement in the building and testing of new designs and prototypes
  • Assembly, alignment and testing of laser-based optical systems
  • Generate procedures and related documentation to support assembly and manufacturing including development of optical quality control procedures
  • Assist in planning, designing and developing hardware components and assemblies for existing and new products in coordination with the ET team.
  • Suggest adaptation, simplification and integration of various commercial components for testing sub-systems.

Required Education And Skills

  • B.S. in quantitative science or engineering field OR equivalent experience
  • Experience with detail-oriented contamination-sensitive assemblies; optical, UHV, Medical device, or semiconductor acceptable
  • Keen organizational skills for detail-oriented construction projects
  • Experience with analytical instrumentation
  • Familiarity with the basic mechanical tools and equipment used in light manufacturing
  • Familiarity with basic electronics, handling circuit boards + connector assemblies
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently

 Preferred Experience And Skills

  • Familiarity with CAD software (SolidWorks)
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs
  • Experience with optical assembly (5+ years preferred)

 

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