|Job Ref:||204583781||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||Oxfordshire||City:||Oxford||Address:||Post Code:||OX4||Post Date:||28/09/2016 02:24|
Thin Film Engineer|
We are looking for a thin Film specialist to join a talented and expanding team working on the development and advancement of a revolutionary range of devices that are set to take their market by storm! In this key role you will develop thin film processes for semiconductor devices whilst also exploiting systematic techniques to identify root causes and eliminate defects using statistical methods such as DOE to ensure accurate conclusions are being made. The position would appeal to an engineer who relishes working in a fast paced start up environment who have made rapid progress with genuinely market changing potential. Other responsibilities include:
- Develop transparent barrier coatings for devices.
- Develop processes for depositing layers whilst assessing the impact on the devices and characterising the effectiveness of the barrier performance.
- Working on device characterisation using various microscopy, electrical and luminescence based techniques.
- Undertaking feasibility studies of various deposition techniques and then transitioning towards defining and demonstrating repeatable processing, before culminating in the procurement and commissioning of bespoke solutions.
- Selecting and evaluating suitable materials and deposition techniques.
- Exploring systematic approaches to root-causes of defects.
- Use various analytical measurement techniques to keep up with the latest industry advancements.
For this role you will need:
- A PhD or relevant scientific degree.
- Hands on experience of evaluating the performance of thin film for electronic devices.
- Ideally a background of working in a semiconductor fabrication environment.
- Exposure to working in a technology development or manufacturing environment would be desirable.
- Experience in microscopy and analysis of thin films along with characterising their optoelectronic properties would be highly desirable.
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