MECHANICAL ENGINEER
Company:
n&k Technology, Inc.
Location:
San Jose, CA, USA
Job Posted:
30+ days ago

MECHANICAL ENGINEER

n&k Technology, headquartered in San Jose, California, designs and manufactures advanced fully automated optical metrology and test equipment used in the Semiconductor Industry.

n&k Technology is seeking an Engineer who will participate in the integration, testing, and shipment of n&k Technology’s products.

<b>Other responsibilities include:</b>

- Building and modifying mechanical assemblies
- Close cooperation with design and electrical engineers
- Performing and documenting engineering tests
- Overseeing quality control of incoming parts and components
- Equipment troubleshooting

Knowledge of optics, electronics, and robotics is desirable. Applicants must be computer literate and possess excellent dexterity skills. The successful candidate must be an energetic and well-organized team player and must have a strong work ethic and be able to complete tasks and meet deadlines.

A B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering is required. Recent graduates are encouraged to apply.

This is a full-time position, with benefits that include health/dental/vision, 401(k), generous personal time off, and company holidays.

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<b>About n&k Technology, Inc.</b> n&k Technology, of San Jose, California, manufactures advanced metrology tools for semiconductor, photomask, flat panel display, and data storage industries. The company's high-resolution optical metrology systems are used for film thickness, n, and k, phase shift, trench depth, CD, and profile measurements. The core technology is based on DUV-Vis-IR broadband spectrophotometry with patented reflective optics, in conjunction with the Forouhi-Bloomer dispersion equations and Rigorous Coupled Wave Analysis. n&k Technology’s equipment, ranging from table-top to fully automated, is field-proven, production-worthy, fast, accurate, and non-destructive, and will enable users to characterize virtually any combination of thin films, substrates, and structures. ------------