Advanced Technology Lab (ATL) - located outside of Baltimore, Maryland - where we design, manufacture, and test semiconductor products for internal and commercial production customers as well as emerging technology programs. Northrop Grummans ATL semiconductor foundry is a unique capability supporting a range of production microelectronic devices (Silicon, Gallium Arsenide, Gallium Nitride, Silicon Carbide, Carbon Nanotubes) and providing leading edge technology development in superconducting electronics.
Our devices enable a number of Northrop Grummans ground based radars, avionic radars, and space systems.
Join us for the chance to work with an amazing, experienced, and talented team while helping serve your country. Enjoy the opportunity to grow and learn with a variety of challenging projects in R&D, ongoing long term programs, and new
programs targeting future military platforms. Our multidisciplinary foundry team enables activities from development to sustainment process engineering. ATL is
responsible for all aspects of semiconductor technology including design, mask making, wafer fabrication, test, and assembly. The candidate must be a strong team participant, have excellent communication skills, and be resourceful and
multi-talented. A strong understanding of semiconductor technology and microelectronic process engineering is essential.
The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate strong leadership characteristics, a commitment to ethics and integrity, and the capability to innovate while challenging traditional ways of doing business. In this blended role, the ideal candidate will possess the ability to balance programmatic needs to deliver results within cost, schedule, and quality parameters while encouraging and rewarding innovative behaviors in the staff.
The Semiconductor Process Engineering Manager will be responsible for technical and management activities associated with foundry semiconductor physical vapor deposition (PVD), chemical vapor deposition (CVD) , epitaxy, diffusion/thermal, and/or grinding/lapping processes chemical mechanical polishing (CMP),plating, and various R&D process areas. In addition, the Semiconductor Process Engineering Manager will be responsible for staffing, employee tasking, project management, budget oversight, and program /engineering interface activities. Functional duties include hiring, onboarding, personnel performance assessments, time charging approval, and employee development.