The Amazon Web Services (AWS) Center for Quantum Computing (CQC) in Pasadena, CA, is looking to hire a Semiconductor Equipment Engineer who will aid in AWS’s effort to bring cloud quantum computing services to its worldwide customer base. The candidate will work in a cleanroom environment, alongside scientists and process engineers, keeping complex semiconductor fabrication equipment in working order. Responsibilities include interacting with vendors during tool installation and scheduling occasional repairs, performing preventative maintenance, troubleshooting the issues. The facility is focused on RD, it includes tooling ranging from ICP-RIE etchers, to various depositions tools, to advanced characterization systems. The candidate will evaluate and develop procedures that provide maximum tool availability for wafer processing while maintaining the tools at optimal performance. Candidates must have a demonstrated background in sound engineering principles and must have problem solving, and communication skills. Successful candidates will have prior experience working in an academic or industrial fabrication facility. Working effectively within a team environment is critical.
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· Bachelor degree or equivalent in electrical engineering or related field
· 2+ years of relevant experience within an industrial or academic fabrication cleanroom facility
· Experience in maintaining and servicing fabrication tools
· Self-starter with excellent organizational skills
· Good problem solving, analytical, writing and communication skills
· Curiosity and capability to rapidly research and learn new tools, techniques and technical topics
· Experience with quantum physics process technology is a plus
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