Careers

Why Work Here

At Multibeam Corporation, we innovate technology that will shape the future of microelectronics. By joining us now, you’ll have the opportunity to launch a game-changing product that could impact everything from the next generation IoT (internet of things) to augmented reality to space exploration.

We believe the key to our success will be our people. Our best employees love what they do and bring unique backgrounds to our fast-paced, highly collaborative environment. We’re looking to expand our small team with like-minded individuals who want to grow with us. Most importantly, we want you to be passionate, have fun, and uphold our team values of mutual respect, integrity, and collaboration.

Job Openings

3951 Burton Dr. Santa Clara, CA USA
Posted 3 months ago

As a Direct-Write Patterning Engineer, you will be responsible for process, metrology, and system development for Multibeam’s innovative e-beam direct-write lithography systems.

3951 Burton Dr. Santa Clara, CA USA
Posted 4 months ago

As an E-beam Lithography Process Engineer, you will be responsible for designing and conducting process experiments with Multibeam’s innovative e-beam direct-write lithography system.

3951 Burton Dr. Santa Clara, CA USA
Posted 4 months ago

As a Process and Metrology Technician, you will be responsible for lab operations and maintenance of wafer processing equipment and metrology tools for Multibeam’s innovative e-beam direct-write lit...

3951 Burton Dr. Santa Clara, CA USA
Posted 4 months ago

As a Senior Software Engineer, you will be responsible for design, implementation, debug and continuous improvement of software components that operate and control Multibeam’s electron-beam lithogra...

3951 Burton Dr. Santa Clara, CA USA
Posted 4 months ago

You’ll work on a small team with a history of delivering successful products to market.

3951 Burton Dr. Santa Clara, CA USA
Posted 4 months ago

As a Mechanical Engineering Director, you will be responsible for the development, design, and implementation of mechanical systems in our new MEBL electron-beam lithography system.