Process- Equipment Engineer I (Cleanroom)
Provide basic fabrication or characterization process and/or equipment engineering services within an academic or research unit.This position will interact on a regular basis with: faculty, staff, students, researchers, vendors and contractors. This position typically will advise and counsel: faculty, staff, students, researchers, vendors and contractors. This position will supervise: NA.
Job Duty 1 -
Perform basic design and installation of laboratory equipment and processes.
Job Duty 2 -
Review and provide input to engineering plans and specifications for laboratory equipment or processes.
Job Duty 3 -
Perform basic troubleshooting associated with laboratory equipment or processes; may involve calibration and repair work.
Job Duty 4 -
Prepare drawings, schematic diagrams and related documentation associated with laboratory equipment or processes.
Job Duty 5 -
Monitor expenses incurred; prepare related reports.
Job Duty 6 -
Interact with vendors regarding procurement and delivery issues.
Job Duty 7 -
Perform other duties as assigned
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience
One to two years of job related experience
This job requires professional level knowledge and skills in the application of fabrication processes and equipment engineering principles, processes and practices. Skills in application of regulations, codes and safety practices associated with research laboratory conditions, as is the use of office and engineering/technical related computer applications, databases and systems.
Specialized Skills: This job requires basic knowledge of research lab equipment and support processes, training, application testing, and system calibration, skills in data organization, statistical analysis, and statistical and scientific computing applications. Experiences with Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR), UV-VIS, FTIR, TGA/DSC, Zetasizer, SEM, Optical microscopes, and Nanoscribe 3D additive micro + nanofabrication are preferred.
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Department Information The Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology (IEN) is an Interdisciplinary Research Institute (IRI) at Georgia Tech. IEN enables research, development, and deployment of electronics, nanotechnology, and nanoscience solutions to challenges of global significance. IEN does this by supporting and connecting those doing basic and applied research in the areas of electronics and nanotechnology, enabling collaboration and interdisciplinary teaming across academic disciplines, and assisting in moving research results into real-world use.