Got a passion for sustainability, and an undeniable sense of adventure?
We’ve got the perfect spot for you.
You can be a part of building the greenest city in the world.
First, a little background:
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is creating a new city in Abu Dhabi. The city, called Masdar, will rely entirely on solar and other renewable energy sources, and will be built with a sustainable, zero carbon, zero waste ecology. Masdar will be home to 50,000 people and 1,500 businesses, primarily commercial and manufacturing facilities focusing on environmentally-friendly products. In partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), they are also creating a new science and technology university within the city called the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology and the country is making a major play in the Semiconductor industry.
Watch this to find out more about the Masdar Initiative: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovly1dQGKH4
UAE is investing in the Semiconductor industry through the UAE company ATIC, which bought Chartered Semiconductor and owns 65+% Globalfoundries and is looking to buy AMD out of the fab business. http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/memory/display/20100105233021_Government_of_the_United_Arab_Emirates_Interested_in_Getting_a_Stake_in_Hynix.html
Here’s where you come in:
We’re working with the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology to help them find talented people to make a move to Masdar and work at the university. Specifically, we’re looking for a Nanofabrication Lab Manager to lead the Microelectronics facility team at Masdar Institute.
Compensation is commensurate with experience, along with a generous housing allowance and other great benefits.
Specific duties include:
- Leading the procurement, installation and setup of new equipment.
- Maintaining and operating equipment used in fabrication and testing.
- Coordinating user requests and equipment maintenance needs.
- Working closely with a Technical Instructor to ensure proper function of laboratory equipment in support of laboratory course.
- Performing trouble-shooting of equipment and process problems.
- Participating in user training programs.
- Establishing and refining standard operating procedures for equipment.
- Helping establish and refine laboratory monitoring practices.
- Providing recommendations and support for the general operations of the laboratories.
You must have:
- M.S. or higher in an engineering field.
- Five years experience in a semiconductor processing facility.
- Experience in all aspects of microfabrication, including photolithography, oxidation/ diffusion/ LPCVD systems, plasma etching and vacuum deposition systems.
- Experience with equipment maintenance and parts inventory management.
Think you’re ready for a challenge like this? Send your resume and we’ll get started.