Process Engineer, Deposition
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The role involves undertaking process development and the fabrication of semiconductor device prototypes, as well as designing, constructing and applying novel solutions to devices, systems and displays for next generation product development.
- Fabrication of semiconductor-based devices in a clean room environment.
- Process development and optimisation, process troubleshooting.
- Process and tool ownership.
- Documentation and control responsibility for all processes and procedures related to the position.
- Designing experiments, analysing data, and reporting the key results.
- Promote and support innovation to facilitate IP generation as appropriate.
- Interface with suppliers and partners, from a technical and project management perspective.
- Tool sourcing, procurement, qualification, installation and start-up.
- Bachelorâ€™s degree or higher in Micro-electronics, Physics or Material Science.
- Experience in thin film deposition - focus on dielectrics and metrology.
- Strong background in tool ownership, process development, process control, and process scale-up.
- Strong background in semiconductor physics & materials science.
- Broad understanding in material & device characterisation.
- Experience in III-V semiconductor (GaN/GaAs) processing.
- Tool or process ownership in a manufacturing or product development environment.
- Experience with Statistical Process Control practices.
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