Semicon Fab Process Engineers

Employer
Advanced Technical Recruitment
Location
Ipswich, UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
16 Oct 2020

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Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
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Owing to a successful period of growth, we are now looking for Process Engineers to join a Semiconductor Fabrication Facility in East Anglia.

Working within the Fab Engineering Team, you will be responsible for the day to day operation of a defined Process Tool Set.

You will direct Technicians and Operators to process R&D and manufacturing of wafers to meet agreed manufacturing timelines.

You will be responsible for the scheduling and completion of maintenance activities on all related tools.

Further you will maintain the SPC charts of process / equipment to establish stable and robust processing platforms.

Where required you will develop new processes to meet product and technology roadmap requirements.

Experience in one or more of the following : Photolithography, Thin Film Fabrication, Optical Coatings, Metal Thin Films or Epitaxy will give you a strong grounding to provide the Process Engineering support to the Fab Teams.

Qualifications:

Ideally you will hold at least a Bachelor's Degree, and preferably a PhD in a relevant Physics, Semiconductor or related subject.

Experience:

To succeed as a Process Engineer you will have gained at least 3 years commercial Fabrication Experience in Process Engineering and / or Development.

You must be familiar with a range of Process Equipment and Metrology tools.

It is essential you are familiar with one or more of the following : Photolithography, Thin Film Fabrication, Optical Coatings, Metal Thin Films or Epitaxy.

Additional Information:

Candidates MUST be resident in UK and eligible to live and work in the UK. Copies of Passport and Visa will be requested for verification.

Skills: Process Engineer, Semiconductor, Fabrication, Thin Film, Optical Coatings

To Apply: Please send CV and Covering Letter to Iona Mulligan
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