For our team we need a microfabrication technician. We are looking for someone perseverant, patient and resilient. We need a person who is results-oriented, a problem solving team player and eager to develop leadership positions.
Job responsibilities :
Work in the clean room environment most of the day to perform photolithography and microfabrication process development.
Perform clean room processes, such as lithography, metallization, etching and material characterization.
The candidate will work closely with an interdisciplinary team of engineers, scientists, and technicians in an interactive environment to develop microfabrication processes and manufacturing capability.
Perform a full suite of microfabrication processes including; photolithography, wet and dry etch, thin film deposition and characterization
Improve and develop wet and dry etch processes on silicon and glass wafers
Responsible for transportation, handling and disposal of waste and chemicals, and liaise with the waste management company collecting waste
Troubleshoot all assigned equipment problems, monitor operation of equipment and inventory of supplies (wafers, resists, developers, solvents, acids, etc.)
Schedule maintenance, repair and installation of equipment as needed.
Summarize and communicate findings accurately to engineering team and management as needed
Technician Level Diploma or Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Physics, Chemistry or related field required
Good communication skills and capable of working efficiently in collaboration with people of various educational and technical backgrounds.
Ability to approach unfamiliar subjects with curiosity and an eagerness to learn new skills
Research experience in soft lithography and familiarity with PDMS processing is a plus.
Preferred experience :
2-3 years of hands on experience with several of the following processes; photolithography, wet etch, dry etch and thin film deposition (Sputter)
Hands on experience on metrology tools : surface profiler, AFM (atomic force microscope) (SEM) scanning electron microscope and thin film thickness measurement systems
Knowledge of materials, methods, and tools used in lithography and process development
Must be hands-on, team player, self-motivated and capable of completing tasks with minimum supervision in a dynamic environment.
Knowledge of safety practices in clean room environment
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Work availability on weekends
Stämm is a biotechnology company dedicated to making biomanufacturing easy, scalable and repeatable, beginning with the production of biologics and cell therapies.
In 2020, the total volume of anthropogenic mass matched the total amount of biomass globally, which means it matched everything that is alive on the planet.
We can only expect that this number keeps increasing since it's key to solve humanity's systemic challenges.
But we have to make sure that conquering the great challenges of humanity doesn’t extinguish the planet’s capacity to sustain life.
The current way of biomanufacturing has provided humanity with innumerable solutions. Bioprocessing is the most efficient way to align human advancement with a thriving nature.
In order to prevent nature from perishing, we aim to put it at the center of all human activities by incorporating its knowledge system within the process of achieving humanity's prosperity.
Founded in 2016, Stämm is applying nature’s use of laminar flow to down-size a whole biotech facility into an all-in-one, plug & play desktop unit with unidirectional flow and continuous production to decentralize bioprocesses and democratize access to biotechnology products, thus freeing our partners to focus on the disruptive discoveries that make an impact in people’s life, fueled by nature.
Be a part of the next biotech revolution!
Qualifications for this offer
Grado en Química
Ciencias e Ingeniería, Doctorado
Ciencias : Ingeniería Mecatrónica, Doctorado
Eebe - Grado en Ingeniería Biomédica
Eebe - Grado en Ingeniería De La Energía
Eebe - Grado en Ingeniería De Materiales
Eebe - Grado en Ingeniería Eléctrica