Process Integration Engineer

Kanagawa, Kanagawa-ken, Japan
Hardware

Summary

Posted: 2018年10月22日
Role Number: 200000108
Apple is looking for Process Integration Engineer to develop new processes and designs for the display panels used in Apple products. This is an excellent opportunity to work on the forefront of panel development with an exemplary company consistently bringing innovations in the industry. As part of Panel Systems, you will have responsibility to successfully develop new panel products through the technical direction of highly talented cross-functional engineering teams and supplier partners specialized in the development of panels.

Key Qualifications

  • Required experience in flat panel display back plane process technology and process integration for new product, or semiconductor process integration experiences.
  • Experienced in management of related field, i.e. Transistor process, Process equipment, Fab operation and R&D activities and background with Transistor device engineering is a must.
  • Self-motivated and willing to take challenges to new technology and willingness and ability to travel.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills for English and Chinese.

Description

As a Process Integration Engineer, you will look for new materials and develop processes for advanced display panels from the concept to the productivity verification. You will be responsible to find out how to optimize performance of emissive display through process development of advanced display. Work closely with the Apple HQ Team in California and Apple industrial partners in Asia to develop new flat panel devices that enable the best display performance of products. Achieve the best performance using optimized manufacturing process for the future products. Optimize and improve existing Transistor backplane processes for new Apple products.

Education & Experience

Normally requires MS degree in engineering plus a minimum 5 years experience, or Bachelor degree plus a minimum of 7 years experience.

Additional Requirements