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Process Engineer / Technician (23862)

Cambridge (South)

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Cleanrooms, HND / Degree, Microfabrication, Lithography / Etching / Sputtering

A Process Engineer is wanted by our client to support and deliver novel micro-devices / MEMS. This is based in purpose built micro fab-lab / cleanroom used to develop and scale solutions for volume manufacture.

Our client develops leading MEMS technology for a variety of applications - fluidics, sensing, printing, optics and electronics. As a Process Engineer, a key aspect will be microfabrication of these solutions.


  • HND or Degree qualified in a relevant area (physics, materials or electronics).
  • Deep practical experience working in a cleanroom with silicon, glass and polymers.
  • Process knowledge within a cleanroom in areas including photolithography, wet / dry etching, metal evaporation / sputtering, electroplating, wafer dicing and chip testing.

Processes will involve the use of strong acids / alkalis and other volatile chemicals so a thorough understanding of health and safety aspects is required.

Interested? Send through your CV.

Physics / Electronics / Materials, Lithography / Etching / Sputtering, Cleanrooms, HND / Degree, Microfabrication

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