Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Location: Hyde Park Campus
1) Act as a resource for students to achieve their research goals involving cleanrooom based nano/microfabrication processes (This resource is exemplified through ownership of and responsibility for changes and improvements to processes used in the PNF).
2) Independently develop standard operating procedures.
3) Develop process and deliver finished product on remote processing jobs.
4) Perform process design for e-beam, mask & optical lithography process design, etch and inorganic thin film deposition.Â
5) Work with researchers, PNF engineers and technical manager to optimize processes to ensure quality, reliability, and documentation of said processes.
6) Develop training procedures for safe use of specialized semiconductor equipment.
7) Develop new processes as required in order to improve quality, safety, reliability.
8) Collect and analyze data to ensure process stability, including advanced electronic device characterization.
9) Develop processes to track performance of tools to ensure tools meet research specifications.
10) Development and ownership of technical investigations.
11) Maintain select equipment in full operating conditions.
12) Investigate process deviations and develop corrective and preventative actions.
13)Ownership of the documentation and recordkeeping of requisite PNF processes.
14) Modify equipment to improve uptime or overall process performance, new equipment installations and startup and acceptance testing.
15) Work with vendors for technical assistance and support.
1) Knowledge of nanofabrication technology.
2) Knowledge of research techniques or methods.
3) Analytical skills.
4) Problem-solving skills.
5) Attention to detail.
6) Organizational skills.
7) Verbal and written communication skills.
8) Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
9) Ability to read and keep abreast of technical developments.
1) Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Physics or related field.
1) Three years experience in the position offered or in fabrication engineering.
2) Three years experience with cleanroom-based nano/microfabrication with Lithography, Deposition, and Etch.
3) One year experience with E-Beam, Mask & Optical Lithorpahy process design, investigate process deviations & develop corrective and preventive actions, inorganic thin film deposition.
Technical Knowledge or Skills
1) Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
2) Familiarity and Proficiency with basic electronic test equipment.
3) Familiarity with standard laboratory equipment.
1) Cover Letter
3) Reference Contact Information (3)
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