Process Engineer (Nanotechnology) opening - Draper Lab, Cambridge, MA USA
- Headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Draper Laboratory serves
the national interest as an independent not-for-profit laboratory in
applied research, engineering development, education, and technology
transfer. Draper employs more than 750 engineers, scientists, and
technicians on a broad array of programs for government and
commercial sponsors among its 1,025 employees. Our sponsored work
encompasses capabilities in Strategic Systems, Space Systems,
Tactical Systems, Special Operations, and Biomedical Engineering.
Draper's roots date to the 1930s when Dr. Charles Stark Draper
created a teaching laboratory at MIT to develop the instrumentation
needed to make precise measurements of angular and linear motion. The
Laboratory was renamed for its founder in 1970 and remained a part of
MIT until 1973 when it became an independent, not-for-profit research
and development corporation.
Senior Process Engineer (Nanotechnology) TE3-4 [GBD2-07T247]
Descriptions & Responsibilities:
Draper currently has major MEMS efforts in inertial sensing, RF
devices for communications, and microfluidics, and
nanotechnology/nanofabrication programs in sub-wavelength optics and
plasmonics, nanopatterened polymers for control of surface
properties, and integration of carbon nanotubes with MEMS. We are
seeking a senior level staff member with direct experience in
nanofabrication techniques and device design. We offer an atmosphere
which fosters innovation, room for individual contributions within a
team environment, and an emphasis on professional and intellectual
Education & Experience Required:
We seek individuals with an M.S. or preferably Ph.D. in electrical
engineering, chemistry, biophysics, chemical engineering, mechanical
engineering, or a related discipline. The candidate should have
practical laboratory experience in micro-and nanofabrication and
test. The individual should have demonstrated an ability to work
autonomously, write proposals, design experiments, analyze data, and
relate research efforts to current scientific literature. Candidates
who have a minimum of 6 years of post-Ph.D. experience or 9 years of
post-MS experience are strongly encouraged to apply.
Applicants selected will be subject to a government security
investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to
classified information. You must be a US citizen to apply.
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