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TECHNICIAN A, ELECTRO-MECHANICAL , MIT.nano , to assist with laboratory, research or analytical work under the direction/supervision of scientific personnel. Will operate and maintain highly technical experimental apparatus in semiconductor processing facility. Will operate and maintain chemical and wafer cleaning stations, wet benches and fume hoods, vacuum systems (e.g., RF plasma etchers, oxygen-plasma asher), metrology systems, CMP, e-beam, sputter and chemical vapor deposition, and back-end/packaging tools; process wafers for lab and research purposes; interface with vendors for equipment service, repair, and troubleshooting; support all areas of the facilities, including all building infrastructure systems; clean and stock laboratory supplies; help with the moving and installation of tools; and assist with training students in the proper use of equipment.
Job Requirements REQUIRED : graduation from a two-year technical school or its equivalent; at least two years' applicable experience; experience with leak detectors, plumbing, and wiring of vacuum systems; strong mechanical and electrical aptitudes; ability to troubleshoot control electronics at board and component levels; basic computer skills for the purpose of data collection and maintenance of equipment logs and records; lab experience in semiconductor device fabrication and practices; basic knowledge of safety procedures in the handling of chemicals and toxic gases; experience with the repair and maintenance of electronic and mechanical equipment; ability to work on multiple tasks simultaneously and remain organized; good interpersonal skills; and ability to work independently with minimal day-to-day supervision and as part of a team with other technicians, staff, and students. Experience operating and maintaining high temperature oxidation and diffusion furnaces highly desirable. Job #18311
Normal work hours will be 7:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M., Monday through Friday.
Internal Number: 18311
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