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 is one of Forbes
Best Small Companies in America for 2022 for the fifth time, and named the
Best Technology Company to Work for in Eden Prairie by Zippia in 2019. 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
$3,600/year/family company contribution, dental insurance, prescription drug coverage,
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.
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Semiconductor Vacuum Equipment Maintenance Technician
Install, troubleshoot, and maintain semiconductor wafer processing equipment
that build our state-of-the art products. You can work a normal day shift with
limited overtime required. requirements
Troubleshoot, repair, and maintain vacuum and thin-film wafer
Schedule and perform preventative maintenance to maximize equipment
Work with engineers and scientists to optimize etch, photolithography,
and deposition tools to develop new processes and products.
Strong mechanical and electronics aptitude.
Demonstrated exceptional troubleshooting and problem-solving
Vacuum science background a plus.
Associate degree in electronic technology, vacuum and thin film technology,
Design, characterize, and design tests for revolutionary spintronic sensors and
isolators. This position reports to the Vice President of Advanced Technology.
Design, verify, and test new state-of-the-art spintronic sensors.
Design custom sensor and interface ICs.
Develop and implement test circuitry and software.
Creative and verify innovative application circuitry.
BS in electrical engineering
Analog and digital circuit design expertise
Spintronic Materials Engineer
Maintain NVE's industry leadership in spintronics by improving the production
processes of new and existing materials and devices.
Detailed duties include:
Monitor and adjust spintronic sputter deposition processes
to ensure quality conformance using statistical process control (SPC).
Cooperate with science and engineering staff to complete experiments,
maintain equipment, and ramp new technologies into high- volume production.
Develop engineering solutions to important materials wafer
fabrication process problems in wafer fabrication processes.
Identify root causes of yield detractors, failure mechanisms,
and customer quality issues, and incorporate fixes into production deposition
Present important engineering solutions to internal scientific
and engineering staff.
Incorporate process improvements into documentation system.
Education and Skills:
B.S. or advanced degree in materials science, physics, electrical
engineering, or related field.
Demonstrated exceptional problem-solving abilities.
Basic knowledge in device physics, vacuum deposition and wafer
processing technologies, and; analytical materials characterization methods a
Strong work ethic and results oriented.