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TECHNICIAN B, ELECTRO-MECHANICAL , MIT.nano , to assist with laboratory maintenance and operations, as well as research and/or analytical work, under the direct supervision of scientific and technical personnel. Will operate and maintain highly technical experimental tools in semiconductor processing facility; interface with vendors for equipment service, repairs, and troubleshooting; support all areas of the laboratories, including facilities; and clean and stock supplies and order replacement parts for equipment. May process wafers for lab control and research purposes and assist with training students in the proper use of equipment. Responsibilities include routine lab upkeep functions, including lab cleaning; responding to user requests for chemicals and lab supplies; monitoring and maintaining specified inventory levels of chemicals and lab supplies; interacting with vendors; assisting with the installation of new and removal of old equipment; keeping storage and chase areas in a clean and orderly state; working with technical research staff to maintain and operate equipment used in device processing and fabrication; assisting with user training as requested; helping to establish and refine laboratory monitoring practices; and providing support in all areas of the facilities.
Job Requirements REQUIRED : graduation from two-year technical school or its equivalent, knowledge of safety procedures for handling chemicals and toxic gases, ability to troubleshoot control electronics at board level, basic computer skills and experience repairing and maintaining electronic equipment, and ability to lift weights of up to 40 lbs. PREFERRED : two years' applicable experience and lab experience in cleanroom fabrication and practices. Job #18412
Internal Number: 18412
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