The Equipment Engineer works closely with the production line (wafer and chip), R&D, EHS (Environmental health & safety), and facility departments to equip AOI with the most up-to-date and state-of-the-art technology in manufacturing and research development, and to support the routine operation and future growth of the semiconductor products division. I
The Quality Engineer will be responsible for the development and execution of all quality perspective and its subsidiaries and operations in optical components, including but not limited to RMA FA, RMA status analysis, inline quality control, final quality control, and regulations.
Production planning and inventory control functions to support the manufacturing department. Perform buying assignments for production and non-production material, per established MRP requirements or approved requisitions
A network security engineer is involved in the provisioning, deployment, configuration, and administration of many different pieces of network- and security-related hardware and software. These include firewalls, routers, switches, various network monitoring tools, and VPNs.
Senior RF Hardware Engineer
The AOI Atlanta Engineering Team is a highly experienced group of engineers in Telecommunications, specifically outdoor CATV products. We design both indoor and outdoor telecommunication products that require innovative mechanical enclosures and mechanical accessories. As the R&D RF Hardware Engineer on our team, you will be working with some of the industry’s most innovative engineers, to architect and design RF systems in the Cable Access SpaceIn addition, you will be responsible for managing the overall product configurations and Bill of Materials, allowing you to gain a greater knowledge of the overall product(s).
Responsible for providing relevant models and analytical insight that directly influence, support & surface commercial activities using advanced technical and analytical expertise, identifying process improvements and working with stakeholders and analytics colleagues to share information and ideas, build models, and develop tools and systems.
The purpose of this position is to develop and sustain efficient operational methods for engineering, manufacturing, and supply chain that improve profitability. This position is responsible for calculating and maintaining production capacity and product cost of manufacturing lines for compound semiconductor laser chip.
Operations Manager, DTS-Houston
The Operations Manager is charge with overseeing and maintaining all facility use for the educational purposes, ministry support activities, and community relations that operate on the campus of DTS-Houston. This position includes liaison duties with the Dallas Campus and the College of Biblical Studies.