IRflex Corporation offers a challenging career path and exciting work environment where employees are encouraged to leverage their knowledge and experience in ways to benefit both the company and their own individual career development.
IRflex is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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IRflex Corporation seeks highly motivated, intelligent individuals who are dedicated to excellence, enjoy working in their chosen profession, and who bring a positive attitude to the workplace.
If you like a fast-paced, high-performance work environment, then you are welcome to read on for current opportunities.
Due to the nature of our work in the government contract research area, US Citizenship or permanent resident status is a firm requirement.
Position: Research Engineer / Mid-IR fiber product
The Research engineer has a strong optical, electrical, and engineering background to serve on a number of R&D and production projects related to the design, development, production, packaging and characterization of the company fiber-optic devices.
Position: Scientific Glass Blower
Description: IRflex is seeking a scientific glass blower to setup and operate a glass working operation to fabricate, modify, and repair experimental and laboratory glassware made of quartz. Confers with engineering personnel to exchange information and suggest design modifications regarding proposed glass apparatus, such as distillation and high-vacuum systems. Cuts quartz glass tubing. Uses glass lathe. Heats glass tubing until pliable, using gas torch, and blows, bends, and shapes tubing to specified form, using blow hose, hand tools, and manual pressure. Joins and seals subassemblies to assemble finished glass scientific apparatus, using gas torch, hand tools, and vacuum pump. Anneals products, using annealing oven. Requisitions or recommends purchase of materials, tools, and equipment.
Education: High school diploma or equivalent.
Experience: Minimum three years of experience in designing, fabricating and modifying scientific glassware.
Due to the nature of our work in the government contract research area, U.S. Citizenship or permanent resident status is a firm requirement.