Experienced, hands-on optical instrument system or lead technician to assemble optical instruments and assist with new developments in R&D.
System Service Technician for optical instrument development. Perform hands-on optical instrument development tasks including optical testing, alignment, calibration, and software/hardware integration.
Maintains accurate training records and uses them to assemble and trouble-shoot systems in-house and at customer's site.
Understanding of manufacturing methods used in complex machine assembly.
Experience in manufacturing to ISO9000 standards ensuring superb quality control and assurance.
Understanding Domestic and International Standards, UL, C1, CE and others.
Good communication skills, team player, and ability to work with minimal supervision.
Required: MS or AS Mechanical or Optics or equivalent in a discipline related to remote sensing (e.g. Technician Physics, Electrical Technician, Mechanical) and a minimum of 3-5 years experience in developing mechanical and optical instrumentation and systems. Must have hands-on experience with most of the following: hand tools, optical testing, alignment, calibration, metrology, and testing optical systems. Must have significant experience as Systems Service Technician roles. Good interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team environment. Desired: Experience with Zeemax (optical design tool) and/or SolidWorks/CAD (mechanical design tool). Experience with lasers, optical detector from UV-VIS-IR technology.
Additional Salary Information: Based on experience and qualifications.
US manufacturer of “Precision Lens-Assembly & Lens-Centration Equipment” and provider of lens system ASSEMBLY SERVICES since 1992. The LASER ALIGNMENT STATION provides accurate sub-micron lens centration & tilt measurement for spheric, aspheric & cylindric lenses without changing objectives. The LAS is not limited by lens diameter or by lens radii. OAT also offers assembly tools like vacuum tweezers, lens handling tools and lint-free lens-wipes.