*BS Degree in Electrical Engineering, Materials, Chemistry, Physics or related technical discipline with 9 years of related experience (7 years with an MS or 4 years with a PhD)
*Experience in or familiarity with one or more of the following: thin film processing, deposition, etch, lithography, CMP, PVD, wet cleans, etc.
*4 years of experience in semiconductors or superconductors
*Basic understanding of electronic devices
*Failure analysis skills using analysis techniques, physical analysis, chemical
*Aptitude for technology development
*Ability to work the weekend shift that covers - at a minimum - Friday, Saturday and Sunday
* Experience with backend CMOS technology at or below the 180nm node in a manufacturing environment
*Experience in superconductors
*Experience with Design of Experiments and SPC
*Multiple Process Ownership and Process Integration Knowledge
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