Adjust or maintain equipment, such as lasers, laser systems, microscopes, oscilloscopes, pulse generators, power meters, beam analyzers, or energy measurement devices.
Set up or operate assembly or processing equipment, such as lasers, cameras, die bonders, wire bonders, dispensers, reflow ovens, soldering irons, die shears, wire pull testers, temperature or humidity chambers, or optical spectrum analyzers.
Document procedures, such as calibration of optical or fiber optic equipment.
Perform diagnostic analyses of processing steps, using analytical or metrological tools, such as microscopy, profilometry, or ellipsometry devices.
Assist engineers in the development of new products, fixtures, tools, or processes.
Mix, pour, or use processing chemicals or gases according to safety standards or established operating procedures.
Assist scientists or engineers in the conduct of photonic experiments.
Assemble fiber optical, optoelectronic, or free-space optics components, subcomponents, assemblies, or subassemblies.
Set up or operate prototype or test apparatus, such as control consoles, collimators, recording equipment, or cables.
Test or perform failure analysis for optomechanical or optoelectrical products, according to test plans.
Assemble or adjust parts or related electrical units of prototypes to prepare for testing.
Recommend optical or optic equipment design or material changes to reduce costs or processing times.
Monitor inventory levels and order supplies as necessary.