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Mechanical Design Engineer - San Antonio/Austin TX

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Are you an experienced Engineer ready to take on a new challenge?

Do you have experience in the semiconductor industry?


We are looking for you!

If you are a degreed Engineer with seasoned experience in the semiconductor industry KEEP READING!

Are you up for the challenge of building up an existing plant that is relocating their semiconductor operation to a new location?

How about working for a company that does not compromise on quality and has over 100 years of success and continued growth?

Does the thought of landing a challenging and rewarding job, with a competitive salary and world-class benefits package sound too good to be true?

It’s not.

We are looking for engineers with proven skills and experience in these areas:

Mechanical Engineers - work on designing production equipment either mechanical or electrical. Experience with PVD systems.

Tooling/Controls Engineers - Design and tooling. Experience with AutoCAD & Solidworks. Able to develop and design fixtures and parts for semiconductor chamber systems. PVD experience. Ability to program control systems. Allen Bradley, Control Logix, Wonderware. HMI’s.

We are looking for people that can work on cross functional teams and have the ability to take on leadership roles. Strong communication skills and someone that is a team player. The position may require up to 30% travel including internationally.

If you have the experience and are ready to take your career to the next level

Send your resume now!

This is a direct hire opportunity with our client near San Antonio, TX.

Interested applicants please send your resume and salary requirements to Louis at

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