NVE Career Opportunities
An unprecedented opportunity to define a radically new class of device....
Thats how Scientific American described spintronics.
NVE is a leader in practical spintronics and a recognized innovator. The company
won a 2015 Frost & Sullivan Technology Leadership Award for Spintronic
Magnetic Sensors, and was one of Forbes
Best Small Companies in America for four consecutive years. If you enjoy a
fast-paced, dynamic environment where achievement is fostered and encouraged,
NVE can provide you a once-in-a-lifetime career opportunity with great chances
NVE offers a comprehensive benefit package including medical insurance, HSA with
company contribution, dental insurance, fully-paid life and long-term disability
insurance, and 401(k) program with a 100% company match up to 3% of salary.
We also provide free coffee because were driven by spintronics, talent,
NVE is located in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, a young thriving city in the Minneapolis-St.
Paul metropolitan area. Eden Prairie has been named a best
place to live by CNN Money Magazine.
We are also easy to get to, just
off US-212 near I-494.
Specify and order critical parts through the company's worldwide supply chain.
Quickly and accurately reduce complex requirements to
Coordinate assembly and test of new products to support
our mission of revolutionary product development.
Track internal and external inventories and define
Expedite when necessary to support our goal of 100% on-time
delivery of quality products.
Skills and Experience
Ability to be fast, accurate, and detailed in a fast-moving
Good computer and writing skills.
Associate Degree or equivalent.
Semiconductor or electronics knowledge a plus.
Gain invaluable experience working on state-of-the-art electronics.
Test, characterize, and evaluate existing and new products.
Evaluate competitive products.
Perform qualification testing and documentation on new products.
Fourth year in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering,
or physics degree program
Good laboratory skills
Strong computer skills
Wafer Fab Operator (first shift)
Perform predefined procedures for processing wafers, ensuring that steps are
followed in accordance with the accepted methodology and other applicable documents.
Primary procedures will include thin film deposition. Other operations may
include one or more of the following: photolithography, etching, annealing, inspecting,
measuring, or plating.
The operator will not be required to perform any procedure until he/she has been
thoroughly trained for that procedure and related equipment.
Education and Training
Operators must have a minimum of a high school degree
or equivalent GED
Training and education beyond high school desirable but
Basic math skills
Ability to use or learn to use basic computer functions
Good eye-hand coordination
Capable of entering data into SPC charts
Ability to multitask