Sr. R&D Process Engineer

Surface Finishing

Posted on 5/14/2024

Diamond Foundry

Diamond Foundry

201-500 employees

Eco-friendly single-crystal diamond wafer manufacturing

Consumer Goods


Oakland, CA, USA

  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in the thinning/polishing process and equipment in the semiconductor, HDD, MEMS, or related industries
  • Experience in temporary bonding adhesive and process is a plus
  • Solid understanding of surface and substrate roughness, cleanness, flatness, warpage characterization metrologies, including AFM, WLI, profiler, CSAM, CLSM
  • Skilled in statistical data analytics, including DOE, JMP, SPC, APC and FMEA
  • Experienced in Lean Manufacturing/Six Sigma methodologies and practices
  • Effective communication skills and ability to thrive in a cross-functional development team
  • Position requires the successful candidate to be onsite at Fremont and San Jose facilities
  • Develop 200mm/300mm CMOS wafer thinning/polishing processes
  • Develop temporary bonding processes for device wafer/die on carrier wafers
  • Develop technology and processes to singulate thinned device wafers bonded on carrier wafers
  • Engage with equipment vendors to facilitate tool acquisition, installation, and qualification
  • Design and execute DOE to optimize the process and create comprehensive documentations of process control scheme

Diamond Foundry is a pioneering leader in the sustainable production of single-crystal diamond wafers, utilizing renewable, zero-emission energy sources to transform greenhouse gases into high-quality diamonds. This process not only addresses environmental concerns but also enhances thermal solutions in critical tech areas like AI, cloud computing, and advanced wireless technologies. Its commitment to eco-friendly practices and cutting-edge applications makes it a remarkable workplace for professionals passionate about sustainability and technological advancement.

Company Stage

Series B

Total Funding



San Francisco, California



Growth & Insights

6 month growth


1 year growth


2 year growth