Manufacturing Process Engineer
Surface Finishing
Posted on 3/31/2024
Diamond Foundry

201-500 employees

Produces single-crystal diamond wafers for tech industries
Company Overview
Diamond Foundry stands out as a leader in the tech industry with its groundbreaking production of the world's first single-crystal diamond wafers, a key component in AI, cloud computing, electric vehicles, and 5G/6G wireless technologies. The company's commitment to sustainable practices is evident in its zero-emission manufacturing process, which uniquely converts greenhouse gas into diamond wafers. Recognized by Fast Company, TIME, Business Insider, CNBC, and Inc for its disruptive and inventive approach, Diamond Foundry is not only profitable but also on a trajectory of rapid growth, backed by $515m in funding and executing a multi-billion dollar expansion plan.
Consumer Goods

Company Stage

Series B

Total Funding

$558.7M

Founded

2012

Headquarters

San Francisco, California

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

18%

1 year growth

30%

2 year growth

57%
Locations
Oakland, CA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
Communications
Data Analysis
CategoriesNew
Mechanical Engineering
Manufacturing Engineering
Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree with 6+ years of relevant experiences in preferably Lapping, Polishing or Grinding.
  • Knowledge of Lapping, Polishing and/or Grinding manufacturing equipment and associated components
  • Experience with Surface Measurement Metrology equipment, WLI, AFM is a plus.
  • Experience in statistical data analytics (DOE, SPC) and hands-on experience with Polishing setups.
  • Effective at communicating data through text, graphics, and images to audiences of all experience levels.
  • Effective communication and ability to thrive in a cross-functional manufacturing team.
Responsibilities
  • Personally operating, collecting data, and analyzing performance of Surface Finishing equipment, continually looking for ways to improve.
  • Writing SOP’s & training new hires.
  • Identifying root cause failure analysis of low yielding Manufacturing runs, Publishing/Presenting reports and implementing corrective actions.
  • Studying then Effectively communicating interdependencies of Upstream process variation on surface finishing processes and recommending a course of action.
  • Working across multidisciplinary teams to attack challenges related to production ramp.