Semiconductor Materials Development Engineer
Recruiter: Anvil Semiconductors
Location: Any, Any, United Kingdom
• Probably a PhD Materials Science, Physics or related subject • Expert understanding of LPCVD compound semiconductor growth, characterization, and associated equipment • Considerable experience is using LPCVD epitaxial reactors • Good understanding of semiconductor physics including band structure, crystal structure, impurity effects, depletion effects, etc. • Good influencing and people skills • Ability to work by yourself or in a team. Self motivated. • Location is not an issue as long as prepared to work from home but travel at least 75% of the time within UK, Europe and US
Salary: Not stated
Job Type: Permanent
Job ref no: 201501
This person has the responsibility for consolidating the development work on the 3C-SiC material to date and managing further developments such as growing on larger silicon wafers. We are seeking an individual who has a strong combination of academic achievement and relevant industrial experience as well as being a resourceful, hands-on, problem solver with the capacity to quickly grasp and resolve a wide range of technical problems using contract facilities while managing one or more development efforts.
He / she will have significant experience in the epitaxial growth of compound semiconductor materials including a demonstrable understanding of material structures and their properties, as well as material characterisation techniques and their use in developing growth processes for high quality, repeatable semiconductor wafers.
· Consolidation of Anvil’s innovative development of 3C-SiC/Si material
· Work with a team of Scientists and Engineers in third party facilities to ensure the production of sufficient, high quality material for Anvil development and supply activities.
· Manage characterisation activities to demonstrate the performance of the material both in house and to potential customers
· Lead the work to transfer production of the material to high throughput facilities including larger diameter and multi wafer reactors.