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Founded in 1944 and headquartered in Portland, Oregon, ESI (NASDAQ: ESIO) supplies high-value, high-technology manufacturing equipment to the global electronics market. Built upon a history and tradition of innovation that extends more than 50 years and operating roughly a $300M/year revenue level, we design and develop a broad portfolio of systems ranging in price from $150K to over $1.5M. More specifically, our equipment is used in the manufacture of digital and analog semiconductor devices, passive components, and electronic interconnect circuits as well as vision solutions for other OEM suppliers.
Note: This New College Graduate (NCG) position is available to candidates who are about to complete their degree or have completed their degree within the last 18 months.
The successful candidate will join a multi-disciplinary team of engineers in ESI's Micromachining, Test, and Inspection Division focused on developing cutting edge technology in a fast paced environment. Work may include application level development, real-time system design, low-level machine control, algorithm development, and general software to meet all aspects of system design needs. ESI rewards talent with opportunity, and the successful candidate's impact will grow as rapidly as they do.
- MS or PhD in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or a related discipline.
- Experience developing application software in either C# or C++.
- Experience with object-oriented software development and design patterns.
- Solid foundation in the principles of Software Engineering.
- Fundamental engineering knowledge (physics, calculus, problem solving).
- Logical and analytical approach to troubleshooting.
- Experience with general hardware, motion control, and vision systems.
- Ability to travel internationally is required, but not expected to be frequent (
About Electro Scientific Industries, Inc.
Electro Scientific Industries, Inc. (ESI) and its subsidiaries provide high-technology manufacturing systems to the global electronics market, including advanced laser-based systems that are used to microengineer semiconductor device features in high-volume production environments. Its customers are primarily manufacturers of semiconductors, passive electronic components and electronic interconnect devices. The components and devices manufactured by its customers are used in a range of end products in the computer, consumer electronics, communications and other industries. It is a supplier of photonic microengineering and testing systems that allow electronics manufacturers to physically alter select device features during high-volume production. Laser microengineering consists of a set of precise fine-tuning processes that require application-specific laser systems able to meet semiconductor and microelectronics manufacturers' exacting performance and productivity requirements.