IC Resources Ltd

Applications Engineer - AFM/ Microscopy - Oxfordshire

Location
South East England
Salary
£30000 - £50000 per annum
Posted
16 Sep 2016
Closes
14 Oct 2016
Ref
J37795
Contact
Jeff Budd
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
My client in an exciting SME who produce a 'bolt on' product for the semiconductor manufacturing market. It integrates with existing metrology/ microscopy equipment (AFMs, SEMs) to enhance the process by offering quicker 3D imaging times. They're currently looking for an Applications Engineer who can help to develop the product by liaising with customers; suggesting refinements; working with R&D to realise these; and look in to new application areas.

The position will also require demos, training and product support on customer site, so there would be a certain level of international travel required - although this position is predominantly internal.

The successful candidate will need:

- A degree in mechanical/electronics/ electrical engineering, physics, material science, or similar
- A background in a customer facing role
- Experience working within the semiconductor industry
- Knowledge of the semiconductor fabrication process (ideally metrology)
- An understanding of Atomic Force Microscopes (AFMs) or Scanning Electron Microscopes (SEMs) preferred
- The willingness to travel

This is a pivotal role which links sales and R&D with customers. You'll help to shape how the technology is used and have a direct impact on the quality of ICs being produced by customers.

Apply now if you're an Applications Engineer with a background in semiconductor metrology, who wants to join an SME with a 'game changing' product for AFMs/ SEMs used in IC manufacturing.

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