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Process Engineer Cree, Inc. DESCRIPTION HELP US OBSOLETE THE LIGHTBULB!!! Are you someone who thrives on coming up with dynamic solutions that help a company grow? Do you want to be a part of a company that is revolutionizing the lighting industry? Would you like to help enable a green technology that is solving some of the world’s energy problems? If so, Cree could be the place for you. We are a fast-growing semiconductor company that is leading the LED lighting revolution and setting the stage to obsolete the incandescent light bulb through the use of energy- efficient, environmentally friendly LED lighting. We are headquartered in Raleigh/Durham, NC; an area consistently ranked in the Top 10 Places to Live by Money Magazine and is also home to the Research Triangle Park (RTP). Cree boasts a casual work environment, where jeans and shorts are a typical sight every day, not just on Friday. We have a free onsite fitness facility; complete with indoor track, basketball court, 3 racquet ball courts, aerobics room, free weights, machine weights and cardio machines. Our benefits include a quarterly bonus program, stock options, 401k, Employee Stock Purchase Plan, tuition reimbursement, and medical/vision/dental coverage. We are currently looking for hands-on Process Engineers to come and join the rapidly growing LED business groups at our headquarters facility in Raleigh/Durham, NC. Summary: As a Process Engineer at Cree, you will have the opportunity to become a technical leader of an engineering team responsible for high-volume manufacturing of a broad range of nitride based LED products. Your role will involve maintaining and improving production equipment and their associated LED manufacturing processes. This is not a “sit behind the desk job”. Instead, you’ll be out on our clean-room manufacturing floor about 80% of your day, working hands on with our equipment alongside other engineers and scientists. You will have the chance to mentor, coach and train manufacturing technicians, while driving yield and process improvements projects across the tools that you own. You will have 24x7 process ownership of these tools and be responsible and accountable for their performance. . Every day, you will be making key decisions on what to improve based on thorough and timely data analysis. Use of designed experimentation will be very critical in helping you identify and eliminate yield limiters. If you are someone looking for a high visibility position with a growing company, who also loves a fast- pace environment and enjoys solving highly complex technical problems, then we encourage you to read through the next two sections which describe the type of experience and education we’re looking for. LOCATION City Durham State/Province
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North Carolina Country United States POSITION TYPE Full Time Entry Level WORK AUTHORIZATION US Citizen, Permanent Resident QUALIFICATIONS Requirements: • BS degree in Materials Science, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Physical Sciences
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