To strengthen its metrology team within the high-precision optical manufacturing workshop, AMOS is looking for an OPTICAL METROLOGY ENGINEER.
What is expected from you
As an optical metrology engineer, you will be required to:
- Define the protocol and carry out the metrology on the 3D machine of the optical components during the manufacturing and acceptance phases.
- Perform interferometric metrology (shape quality and roughness) of optical components during the manufacturing and acceptance phases.
- Participate in the definition studies of optical configurations for testing optical components manufactured in the optical workshop (mirrors, lenses, blades, etc.)
- Participate in the development of the performance budget of these optical configurations, the opto-mechanical tolerancing and the drafting of the manufacturing sheet of the optical components.
- Carry out a technological watch in metrology to enable AMOS’ know-how to remain in line with this field of activity.
Your past experience
- Optical engineer training or physicist engineer or master’s in physics.
- 5 to 10 years of experience in optical metrology.
- You have knowledge of optical metrology methods (interferometry, 3D CMM, laser tracker).
- You show rigor, precision, organization and have a desire for continuous improvement.
- You are pragmatic, concerned about respecting technical and planning commitments.
- You are a team player with a calm and optimistic attitude towards the uncertainties of the high precision manufacturing world.
- You master Excel and standard programming languages (LabView, Matlab, etc.)
- You are motivated by technological challenges.
What we offer
- An exciting international business sector, at the forefront of technology.
- A teamwork in a friendly environment.
- Learning and evolution opportunities.
- The opportunity to participate to short-term missions abroad.
- A permanent contract with a complete salary package.
Willing to take this challenge ?
Send your application to Sandrine Naa, firstname.lastname@example.org with the reference « Optical Metrology Engineer».