• Quality Control Engineer

    Job Locations US-RI-North Kingstown
    Posted Date 3 months ago(11/20/2019 2:32 PM)
    Requisition ID
    Quality Control
    Company (Portal Searching)
    FUJIFILM Electronic Materials U.S.A
  • Overview

    The Quality Control Engineer will work to ensure all metrology equipment provides a high level of quality that meets internal and external customer’s expectation. The engineer will put in place a system to measure each critical metrology equipment performance, drive continuous improvements, and then report on its status with QC Chemist, Process Engineers, Management, and key customers to address any deficiencies.

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    • Develop and implement statistical control plans for key analytical Equipment.
    • Establish a strong understanding of the key metrology equipment to the background shifts and trends observed in FUJIFILM”s key manufacturing processes.
    • Meet with members of the production staff to offer recommendations to manage data at the uncertainty region.
    • Analyze metrology equipment’s backgrounds and long-term stability reports to identify and implement QIF/CIP initiatives.
    • Collaborate with lab personnel in troubleshooting and repairing instrumentation, to reduce downtime.
    • Communicate findings with QC/QA managers, lab personnel, product managers, instrument developers, systems engineers and customers. Share key findings with global QC groups.
    • Maintain analytical equipment manuals and procedural RFCs/OCAPs.


    • BA/BS Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry or Chemical Engineering. Master’s Degree preferred.
    • Five to ten years of experience in the semiconductor field or in an analytical/statistical environment.
    • Must be able to multitask, handling multiple projects and changing priorities.
    • Good communication skills within different functional groups
    • May be require to lead or direct roles of others
    • The preferred candidate will have prior experience in developing and maintaining a statistical process control program.
    • A background in instrument analysis is preferred – ICP/MS, GC/FID/TCD, GC/MS, LC/MS, GFAA, ICP/OES, UV-Vis, IC, HPLC, wet chemistry techniques and liquid particle counters.



    FUJIFILM Electronic Materials is a wholly owned subsidiary of FUJIFILM Corporation with offices in Japan, the United States and Belgium, and manufacturing and research and development facilities located worldwide. The company supplies advanced technology, chemistry and delivery equipment such as photoresists, polyimides, thin film precursors, cleaners and CMP slurries to the semiconductor market, designed to keep pace with the ever changing technology world.

    In addition, FUJIFILM Planar Solutions, LLC, a subsidiary based in Mesa, Arizona, specializes in the manufacture and sales of chemical mechanical planarization (CMP) slurries for polishing silicon wafers. Along with its broad array of advanced quality products, FUJIFILM Electronic Materials relies on a corps of applications and development engineers to work directly with customers on specific applications. Technical and applications support are backed by technical service centers. The company’s investment in technical talent and equipment ensures optimal product characterization and quality in the face of the toughest customer requirements - whether in research and development or in customer applications. 



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    Photoresist Ancillaries 
    Photovoltaic Precursors and Equipment 
    Polyimides & PBOs 
    Industrial Products


    FUJIFILM Electronic Materials is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, disability, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local law.


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