Guardian

Vacuum Coater Process Engineer

RU-Ryazan
REF.
2017-1202
Category
Engineering

Overview

Guardian Glass is Guardian’s largest business and one of the world’s largest manufacturers of float, value-added and fabricated glass products and solutions. At our 25 float plants located around the globe, Guardian Glass produces high performance glass for architectural, residential, interior, transportation and technical glass applications. 

Responsibilities

  • Proactively generate and deliver equipment improvements by utilizing SPC, statistical methods and data analysis to improve equipment reliability including enhancements in yield, lowering costs and increasing manufacturing uptime
  • Lead Continuous improvement of equipment, closely with the production, maintenance, development and quality departments
  • Troubleshoot problems that occur during the manufacturing process of the optical coatings related to equipment reliability, vacuum integrity, and washer operation
  • Ensure coater vacuum integrity is maintained leak-free: identify potential leaks, determine easy ways to leak check, identify the frequency at which checking is needed
  • Ensure glass surface is washed adequately allowing deposition of highly sensitive coatings and become proficient at improving it
  • Implement best practices and procedures, document standard operating procedures, training guidelines, and “what if” scenarios
  • Establish operating parameters for new equipment, conduct optimization experiments
  • Train production operators and work collaboratively with them to improve the equipment
  • Understand the equipment operation and maintenance on a sputtering based industrial glass coating line.
  • Capable of troubleshooting vacuum systems
  • May require some shift work Monday – Friday. Could be called during scheduled “on-call” periods day/night/weekends to resolve problems 
  • Conduct designed experiments to understand manufacturing processes, improve efficiencies and improve product quality
  • Support R&D experiments on production equipment. Assist in the planning, execution and analysis of these experiments

 

Qualifications:  

 

  • Bachelor's or Master’s Degree in Materials Science, Chemical, Mechanical, Electrical, Manufacturing, Ceramic Engineering, Physics, or one of the Engineering disciplines
  • Experience in Optical Thin Film technologies and vacuum related technologies focusing on reactive magnetron sputtering process and equipment is an advantage
  • Experience with low vacuum equipment and surface preparation equipment
  • Experience with statistical methods and analysis
  • Experience with preventive and predictive maintenance tools for equipment
  • Experience in a 24/7 manufacturing environment
  • Ability to clearly present and communicate ideas, concepts, and plans across multiple levels
  • Ability to conduct design and process failure modes and effects analysis
  • Experience with complex projects, ability to analyze problems quickly and develop corrective actions
  • Experience with MS Excel
  • Ability to generate design of experiments (DOE) documentation and execute the plan(s) associated with them

What do we have to offer?

Guardian companies are committed to offer a competitive compensation package and an opportunity for you to maximize your potential. We pride ourselves in promoting career opportunities in an open environment, which encourages individual development and gives you opportunities to expand your knowledge and work as part of a global team. We offer a unique professional experience in a culture based on integrity, compliance and value creation. If you are interested in finding out more about our culture, please visit us on our website:

https://www.guardian.com/en/about_us/market_based_management.html

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