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AFM Probes Scientist

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Stephen Minne Posted: Fri, Sep 16 2011 10:31 AM

AFM Probes Scientist:

In our Metrology segment of Bruker Nano Surfaces Division, we design and manufacture atomic force microscopes ("AFMs"), scanning probe microscopes ("SPMs"), stylus profilers, and fast 3D optical microscopes, used to provide critical surface measurements in research and production environments. This broad line of products is used in universities, research facilities and scientific centers worldwide. In production environments (such as microelectronics and solar), precision manufacturing industries, (such as medical device manufacturing, automotive and aerospace) and other related industries, our metrology instruments enable customers to monitor their products throughout the manufacturing process to improve yields, reduce costs, and improve product quality.

We are currently looking for an AFM Probes Scientist who will be responsible for proof of concept study and process development for all key assignment related to AFM probes, specifically chemical identification, quantitative nano-electrics and artifact free probe. The AFM Probes Scientist will be the lead in new AFM probe development, including collaborating with researchers around the world; work efficiently on proof of concept for broad range of applications; conducting performance verification and develop production process.

Physical/Environmental Requirements:

The applicant should be able to work in cleanroom wet/dry processes continuously during work-hours.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    Advanced level skills in all the MEMS process design, fabrication and verifications
    Demonstrated track-record of successes in productize AFM probes starting from concept until product release
    Solid knowledge in processing chemistry
    Knowledge in organic chemistry desirable
    Strong expertise in beam controlled process (e-beam, ion beam) and proven track record of successful product development with beam assisted technologies
    Knowledge of analytic methods for process diagnosis desired

Educational/Experience Requirements:

Minimum MS or higher in Chemistry, ChemE, EE, Physics, ME or combinations and 6 years of experience of micro-fabrication with demonstrated successful products.

Contact Information:

We are always in pursuit of top talent. If you are interested in finding an opportunity that offers the benefits, rewards and stimulating work environment you expect from a leader, this is your opportunity. For immediate consideration, please email your resume to:
Nano Surfaces Division, 112 Robin Hill Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93117, USA, PLEASE INCLUDE the position (AFM Probes Scientist), and the number (#2011-549BNJB) in the subject heading. EOE. Drug screening and background investigation are required as part of your employment process.

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