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Manufacturing Engineer (LabVIEW)

Company: Coherent
Location: Portland
Posted on: January 27, 2023

Job Description:

Manufacturing Engineer (LabVIEW)

  • Job ID: 14744
  • Functional Area: Manufacturing
  • Position Type: Full Time - Regular
  • Experience Required: 3 - 5 Years
  • Location: OR-Portland
  • Education Required: Bachelors Degree
  • Relocation Provided: Yes
  • Tier: US02 Email a Friend Save SaveApply NowJob Description and Responsibilities:Coherent Laser Systems and Measurement (LSM) designs and manufactures precision solid state lasers for scientific, medical, instrumentation and vision markets, as well as calibrated laser measurement systems for a wide variety of laser type and power applications. The business provides critical technology to thousands of global customers with a wide range of products specifically tailored to satisfy demanding customer requirements. LSM is located just minutes South of Portland, Oregon and enjoys spectacular Northwest weather and activity opportunities.Key Skills: Software and Data Acquisition
    • Experienced in creating and maintaining LabVIEW applications for use in a manufacturing environment for product data acquisition, equipment control and interfacing with databases
    • Perform test station and test software validation, and GR&R studies.
    • Able to work collaboratively in a manufacturing environment to implement LabVIEW code for new and updated processes
    • Able to work with operators and technicians to improve efficiency of software user interfaces
    • Able to document LabVIEW coding as well as update work instructions for operators and technicians
    • Able to support legacy software and roll out new or updated applications across several global locations
    • Experience with programming skills, other than LabVIEW, for test stations, automated data acquisition and/or equipment control within manufacturing processes (e.g., dot Net, Visual Basic etc.) is a plusElectronics and Equipment
      • Ability to troubleshoot electronic products at board and schematic level
      • Propose test instrument selection, monitoring, maintaining, and recommending improvements for all stations to improve quality of products.
      • Understanding of electronics engineering concepts. Ability to read and understand engineering schematics and theory of operations.
      • Experience with electronics manufacturing topics, such as component engineering, ESD controls, assembly methods is a plusPersonal/Experience
        • Strong self-starter with experience working on and leading multiple projects with accountability and ownership.
        • Willing and able to work both on longer term projects and fixes for immediate issues
        • Data analysis and reporting, able to use data gathering and reporting tools to prepare informational reports and analyses.
        • Structured problem solving and strong communication skills
        • Effective procedure development and documentation skills
        • Knowledge and understanding of design for manufacturability across a variety of manufacturing processes.
        • Hands-on experience with optical alignment, opto-mechanical assembly, and test, including the use of optical and electrical photonics test equipment is a plus.
        • Experience with current Manufacturing Engineering best-practices is a plus
        • Experience with Calibration Lab Management and Uncertainty of Measurements is a plus
        • Experience working with Oracle MRP/ERP is a plusMajor Tasks:
        • Provide test engineering support for calibration, data acquisition, software controls, maintenance and troubleshooting, and training for manufacturing test stations.
        • Provide electronics engineering troubleshooting support for products and processes within manufacturing
        • Provide ongoing assistance to improve product quality and cost.
        • Collaborate with design engineering and product engineering to provide test/process engineering input for the release of new products from design-phase into production.
        • Review new product specifications and provide feedback on test methodology and feasibility
        • Maintain and improve existing test solutions through software and/or hardware upgrades
        • Diagnose and debug product and manufacturing issues with corrective action implementation.
        • Ensure the timely communication of assigned project progress through a periodic formal presentation of key metrics, project schedules and action item lists.
        • Perform other tasks as requested and assigned in support of business objectives.LI-JB1Education and Work Experience:
        • 5+ years LabVIEW experience creating, upgrading, and maintaining manufacturing test and calibration workstations
        • B.S. or B.A. Engineering degree in software, Electronics, or related Engineering disciplines
        • 3-5 years experience with instrumentation and electronics
        • Practical experience with computer-based test automation, data acquisition, instrument control, motion control, and data storage.
        • Experience working with test and electrical equipment, such as power meters, light detectors, integrating spheres, cameras, current sources, voltage measurements, NI DAQ cards, oscilloscopes, etc.
        • Proficient programming in LabVIEW
        • Photonics education/experience is a plusWe are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.

Keywords: Coherent, Portland , Manufacturing Engineer (LabVIEW), Engineering , Portland, Oregon

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