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Job Opening Summary
Coat Department Work Leader
General Responsibilities Outline
Learn and apply requirements for working in a Class 1000 clean room.
Apply thin film coatings to manufactured optical components using a vacuum deposition process.
Effectively operate coating chambers and do general preventative maintenance, as needed.
Learn to effectively use scientific equipment to verify the coating parameters are met.
Accurately keep records of coating runs that take place and document any changes to processes.
Effectively troubleshoot coating issues that arise.
Ability to focus for long periods of time on one task, without it affecting reasoning and judgment.
Associate Degree in a science (Chemistry or Physics preferred) or math field, or two years community college, technical/trade school, Vacuum Technology, Electronics, or Military technical schooling with relevant electrical and mechanical background – OR – relevant work experience equivalent to the education/training requested
Hands-on work experience and/or hobbies
Methodical and detail-oriented
Ability to multi-task
Effective written and oral communicator
Self-motivated and driven
Strong work ethic
Mathematics knowledge and background
Since 1977 PFG Precision Optics has manufactured and coated ultra-high precision optics installed in various types of military and commercial equipment. Industries in which these optics are used include military, test & measurement, semiconductor, imaging, medical and telecommunications.
PFG offers a competitive benefits package for our full-time employees, including medical and dental insurance, life insurance and AD&D, short-term disability, simple IRA with company match, fitness center reimbursements, paid holidays and paid vacation.