|Project Mgr - Laser Development|
Project Manager - Scientific Laser Development
About the Company
RA’s client develops and manufactures sophisticated high-end laser systems for scientific and industrial applications. Our client’s portfolio includes diode lasers, ultrafast fiber lasers, terahertz systems and frequency combs. From grad students / post docs to Nobel Laureates and OEM customers, all acknowledge the world-class specifications of RA’s client's lasers, as well as their reliability and long lifetimes.
Founded more than 20 years ago in Europe, RA’s client has become one of the leading laser photonics companies by aiming for and consistently delivering high-end specifications driven devices, systems, products. RA’s client's diode lasers are appreciated for excellent beam coherence, wide tuning range and ideal beam profiles.
With a corporate mantra of a “Passion for Precision" RA’s client's 200+ employees take pride in developing customized systems. In close collaboration with universities and research organizations the latest scientific discoveries are frequently incorporated into RA’s client’s commercial products. With a global distribution network, RA’s client provides exceptional service worldwide.
Over the past decade RA’s client has grown the capabilities of its worldwide locations to include product design and manufacturing, applications and technical support, and customer service in addition to their traditional sales roles. In continuation of this effort our US office in Farmington, NY is seeking a highly qualified candidate for the position of Project Manager - Laser Development.
About the Job
RA’s client is a global, equal opportunity employer that supports diversity in the workplace. We offer a competitive salary and a comprehensive total benefits package.
The Project Manager will be responsible for a wide range of responsibilities related to a new product line being designed and manufactured in the US. This product generates cw laser radiation based on well-established techniques in nonlinear optics