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Responsibilities

The Optics Manufacturing Design Engineer will work on problems of diverse scope in support of manufacturing, new production introduction (NPI) and continuous improvement projects (CIP).

 

Responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining methods, operation sequence and processes in the fabrication of parts, components, subassemblies, and final assemblies.  Estimates manufacturing cost, determines time standards, and makes recommendations for tooling and process requirements of new or existing product lines.  Configure BOM’s to meet factory requirements.

Develop the required documentation to support processes and provide training to technicians.  Work with technicians to troubleshoot complex issues and provide unambiguous plan of action (POA).

Execute and refine build sequences specific to optics integration, optics alignment and system calibrations.

Work alongside Design Engineers and Test Engineers to align optics at module and system levels.  Interpret optics alignment metrics to derive a plan of action (POA) for supplier, manufacturing and field escalations.

Evaluate the manufacturing effectiveness of a build process and implement improvements to meet build cycle times and product design specifications.  As required, maintain records and reporting systems for coordination of manufacturing operations.

Test and qualify optical components and modules.  Work with suppliers to improve incoming material quality and acceptance.

Engage with Supply Chain and Engineering to qualify vendors, address vendor quality issues, provide input on redesigns and drive obsolescence projects.

Interface with engineering in coordinating the release of new products.  Learn and understand the requirements/architecture of next generation subsystems.  Participate in design reviews to define requirements for manufacturability and serviceability based on BKMs from manufacturing of previous generations and adaptability to advancements in manufacturing technology.

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