SSOE Group

Engineering Scope/Routing Coordinator

Job Locations US-OR-Hillsboro
Full Time


SSOE provides unparalleled opportunities for professional growth, offering the advantages typical of a large firm combined with the collaborative and supportive culture commonly associated with smaller organizations. We prioritize an employee-centric atmosphere that fosters a healthy work-life balance, exceptional benefits, and a commitment to continuous learning.


SSOE is looking to hire an Engineering Scope/Routing Coordinator to join our Project Management team. In this role, you will play a crucial part in coordinating scope between various disciplines on semiconductor design projects both in the office and the field, ensuring efficient communication and collaboration. Semiconductor industry experience is essential.


  • Coordinate project scope between various disciplines on semiconductor design projects
  • Foster and lead collaboration, communication, strategy, and support between each of the various disciplines (Electrical, Mechanical, Structural, Process/Chemical, Architectural, etc.), as well as inter-company multi-discipline teams to optimize efficiency, quality, and project success.
  • Utilize standard engineering principles to collaborate with engineers and designers across different disciplines to optimize routing and penetrations in the field and/or the design software
  • Utilize Navisworks to identify, streamline, and resolve clashes in the models with project teams, ensuring seamless integration of various project components.
  • Apply established design techniques and exercises discernment in adapting and modifying design routing concepts as needed. Uphold quality control by adhering to established company and client standards.
  • Query the lead discipline to understand the scope needed from supporting disciplines. This requires an understanding of the technical requirements of each discipline and how they interact.
  • Ensure that the scope required and any hand-off information from the lead discipline to the downstream disciplines is conveyed and communicated effectively. This involves ensuring that all necessary information is accurately conveyed.


  • Previous work experience with semiconductor design projects is preferred
  • An ABET-accredited engineering degree is preferred.
  • Ability to work in an industry with multiple deadlines and competing priorities; an engineering-focused / technical environment; and simultaneous management of multiple tasks and projects
  • Strong coordination, organizational, and project management skills
  • Strong critical thinking skills, with the ability to identify, assess, and respond to issues, including the ability to drive resolution of technical issues in a timely and effective manner with a team
  • Excellent communication and people skills; this role requires the ability to effectively convey complex technical information to a variety of stakeholders (both technical and not)
  • Proficiency in using Navisworks, AutoCAD, and computer software and tools.
  • Salary Range: $80,000 - $115,000/year depending on location, education, experience, and any certifications that are directly related to the position.
  • Benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance, life insurance, 401K retirement savings plan (with company matching), opportunities for professional development and training, PTO, & paid holidays.




Why Choose SSOE?

With a history of stability spanning more than 70 years, we’ve continued to succeed in an industry of constant change and disruption. Our clients have consistently reported to us that our people are one of our greatest strengths and differentiators. At SSOE, we work to create a clear path to building your career with us. Throughout your career, you’ll be given the opportunity to work on new and exciting projects and be given training so you can deepen and extend your skills.


We look forward to having you join our team.


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