Engineering Technician (2nd Shift & 3rd Shift)

How brave are you? We are a high-tech company providing machine tools and laser technology, and are looking for people who can face new challenges with a fresh mind. As an independent family company, we offer you the freedom and trust to put your brave ideas into practice. With you on board, we would like to power ahead with the digital networking of the manufacturing industry. Our passion and creative drive ensure that we are an innovative force – across the globe at over 70 TRUMPF locations.

Your role

"Trusting in brave ideas" this is our promise to everyone who works for us. As a family business, we make long-term decision and provide our people with the trust and stability needed to bring their ideas to fruition, even the unconventional ones. Being a market and technology leader in machine tools and lasers, we courageously shape the manufacturing of tomorrow, meeting every challenge with bold, fresh thinking. 


Engineering Technician will be responsible for supporting the lensing and assembly of diode laser devices.  Engineering technician will support process engineers with production equipment, process control/sustaining of existing processes, supporting the development of new processes, support of maintenance for troubleshooting.  This individual will be the initial point contact for production with the purpose of resolving equipment, quality, yield, or process related issues.  These individuals will follow the instructions provided by the process owners and provide detailed reports on findings.  In addition, they will provide and execute a containment plan for new issues that develop. 

Key Organization Deliverables 

  1. Equipment availability of wire bonding, lensing, and testing tools
  2. Data/failure/trend analysis on excursions
  3. Process documentation and “Out of Control Action Plans”
  4. Ownership to deliver results and an environment of constructive problem solving
  5. Identify waste and cost control opportunities 

Principle Duties & Responsibilities 

The statements below are intended to describe the general nature and level of work in this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities. The position may require that employees perform other duties as assigned. 

Supporting Process Engineer(s) in the following duties:

  1. Analysis of product and process control charts to identify excursions 
  2. Resolve process and equipment excursions using PDCA/root cause analysis and other techniques
  3. Process/Equipment Capability and MSA analysis and improvement
  4. Documentation of production and maintenance procedures and training of production, engineering, and maintenance personnel to those documents
  5. Organize, summarize and present complex results in a concise format including recommendations and conclusions
  6. Ensure measurement/alignment results and equipment availability through hands on use of equipment such as current sources, voltage measurements, cameras, precision stages and other electrical and optical measurement tools

Your profile


B.S. Electrical Engineering/Physics with 0-5 years of experience or strong Electronics and Mechanical background with 3+ years of experience

Experience in a semiconductor manufacturing environment and device lensing and assembly

Knowledge in SAS jmp, Minitab or other statistical Software package

Knowledge of SPC / DOE/ 6 sigma / Problem Solving required (certification preferred) 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, disability or protected veteran status.

If you are interested, please apply using the following link:

TRUMPF is and will remain a family business. The following five members of our management holding ensure continuity and constant development. We are looking forward to your online application Ms Calderon from the personnel area

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