When you’re part of the team at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you’ll do important work, like helping customers in finding cures for cancer, protecting the environment or making sure our food is safe. Your work will have real-world impact, and you’ll be supported in achieving your career goals.
The Systems Electrical Engineer is responsible for the design and integration of control electronics for focused ion and semiconductor diagnostic systems. These products are complex electro-mechanical systems that employ charged particle optics, gas chemistries, lasers and other technologies for sub-micron structural modifications, imaging and device characterization. The system elements under electronic control include: charged particle beam focusing and deflection elements; electron detection, pre-amplifiers and signal processing; process gas delivery; laser scanning microscopes; IR imaging; and precision mechanical positioning systems.
Duties and responsibilities
Specify and document projects from concept through release to manufacturing
Design, integrate, test, and debug electronic controls (including beam deflection, electron detection, and motion control)
Conduct system-level configuration of electronics architectures
Debug and troubleshoot existing electronic designs including hands-on debug activities such as noise suppression and grounding schemes
Ensure compliance, including electromagnetic compatibility and immunity, for electrical subsystems
Design and implement electronic architectures, power, and grounding systems
Conduct system level integration for highly-integrated semiconductor capital equipment tools
Interface directly with manufacturing for product documentation and vendor interactions that support the production and deployment of new or next-generation systems designs
Other duties as assigned
University Degree in Electrical Engineering.
10+ years of experience in combined board and system level design, debug and deployment.
Wide breadth of experience in design and debug of complex, highly-integrated systems.
Ability to complete PCB designs from concept through to manufacturing with minimal support infrastructure. Must be proficient in EDA software tool(s), layout is a plus.
Understanding and experience with low level analog signal processing (pA, uV).
Experience with feedback and high precision control systems
Self-motivated, organized, customer focused with excellent written and communication skills.
Msc or Phd in Electrical engineering or related discipline.
Experience with high voltage and vacuum systems
Experience with Particle detection, photodiodes and imaging systems
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