DeepSight Technology Inc. of St. Louis, MO is looking to hire a full-time Photonics Engineer to join our team and help with the manufacturing of our unique sensors. Do you have a degree in electrical engineering, materials science and engineering, physics, or a related field? Do you have excellent documentation and communication skills? Do you enjoy working with others as well as independently? If so, please read on!
This Photonics Engineer position earns a competitive wage and are also eligible for generous benefits including excellent health, vision, and dental insurance as well as stock options and a 401(k) plan. If you feel that you would be right for this job, please fill out our initial 3-minute, mobile-friendly application. We look forward to meeting you!
ABOUT DEEPSIGHT TECHNOLOGY INC.
DeepSight Technology Inc. is a stealth mode startup company that has developed breakthrough technology in ultrasound imaging. This new technology will both extend the range and clarity over current systems by 10x – 100x! We are setting new standards that will dramatically improve the capabilities of ultrasound for many years.
In order to develop and improve this technology, we need dedicated team players on our side. Not only do we offer a great team-oriented environment, we also offer competitive compensation and generous benefits.
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A PHOTONICS ENGINEER
Our Photonics Engineer plays an essential role on our optical device development and integration team! You work on the design and manufacturing of silicon and other types of on-chip photonic components. Utilizing your robust education and expertise, you enjoy helping with the development of fabrication processes and the implementation of those processes through a foundry or contract manufacturer. To ensure proper performance, you also help with testing and characterization of the resulting components. When design plans are complete, you also lead, generate, and conduct formal verification and validation. Finally, you also conduct technical design reviews with the project team and other experts across the company. At the end of the day, you enjoy flexing your mechanical and creative muscles while working with our high-functioning team!
- Completed Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in electrical engineering, materials science and engineering, physics, or a related field
- Previous experience in design, fabrication, and/or characterization of fiber-chip couplers and on-chip optical devices such as microresonators, lasers, optical gain elements, detectors, modulators, and other integrated waveguide devices
- 5+ years of experience in semiconductor or nano-fabrication process and a photonics device development role
Do you have good communication skills, including the ability to effectively work with others? Do you have a positive, can-do attitude? Do you take pride in your work? Can you work independently and have a positive, proactive attitude? Can you manage multiple tasks at a time? Do you want to participate in the future of medical technology? If so, apply today!