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IMRA America, Inc. is a world leading company for research, development, manufacturing, and application of ultrafast fiber lasers.  IMRA was established in Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1990 and is a globally active company today.  Product conception through completion, along with marketing and sales, is carried out at our Ann Arbor headquarters.  Solution development for customers takes place at our facility in Fremont, California.  Positions are located in Ann Arbor unless otherwise stated.

IMRA believes that investing in our employees is an investment towards our future.  With that in mind, we offer a better-than industry, comprehensive benefits package that includes a company-matched 401(k) plan, and FSA and HSA contributions towards your overall health coverage.  We also provide patent development incentives and annual company-wide events.  To apply with IMRA, choose your appropriate job position to find out more details and upload your resume.

IMRA employees are covered by a comprehensive, industry-competitive benefits program, including:

  • Medical, dental and vision coverage
  • Life insurance
  • Short- and long-term disability
  • 401(k) retirement savings program
  • Paid vacations and holidays

The electronics engineer is responsible for designing analog and digital hardware components, embedded microcontrollers and peripherals for our laser systems as well as maintenance and revision of existing hardware and software, testing and system integration. The candidate will be working with other engineers and scientists of IMRA laser development team.  Requires US Citizenship or Permanent Residency.

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The laser development engineer is responsible for designing, developing and prototyping our ultrashort pulse lasers and bringing those prototypes to a production environment.   Requires US Citizenship or Permanent Residency.

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The precision mechanical engineer is responsible for designing mechanical parts, components and packaging for lasers and controllers for our laser systems.  Also plays lead role in transfer of designs to manufacturing operation. The candidate will be working with other engineers and scientists of IMRA laser development team.  Requires US Citizenship or Permanent Residency.

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The optics manufacturing technician is responsible for assembling, measuring and documenting, products, components and subsystems in the production of our ultrashort pulse rate lasers. The candidate will possess experience in the assembly of very small and fragile components requiring exceptional manual dexterity. Requires US Citizenship or Permanent Residency.

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The electronics technician is responsible for assembling, testing and documenting, products, components and subsystems in the production of the electronics for our ultrashort pulse rate lasers. The candidate will possess experience in the assembly, soldering and wire crimping of components requiring exceptional manual dexterity as well as experience using electrical and electronic measurement equipment.  Requires US Citizenship or Permanent Residency.

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Work under the supervision of a Laser Applications Research Engineer to setup and maintain the prototype laser processing workstations in the lab. Conduct experiments and document processing parameters and results.  This position is located at ADC, our Fremont, California division.

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