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Multidisciplinary Micro/Nano Fabrication Engineer

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POST DATE 8/23/2016
END DATE 5/2/2017

Charles Stark Draper Laboratory Cambridge, MA

Cambridge, MA
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Full Time
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Entry Level (0 - 2 years)
Bachelors Degree


REQUIREMENTS:B.S. or M.S. degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering Physics Materials Science or related discipline and 1-2 years' experience with hands-on microfabrication equipment (industrial or academic environment). The ideal candidate will have a strong multidisciplinary understanding of the physics of micro- and nanoscale devices and the ability to take a concept from idea to physical demonstration.Additionally he/she will be a self-starter with excellent oral and written communication skills be capable of achieving organizational and program objectives and be able to communicate effectively across technical and non-technical disciplines.This position can be tailored to the candidate's experience level.

DESCRIPTION:We are seeking an engineer with experience across microfabrication electronics packaging assembly clean room operations and microscale metrology. This position requires the ability to perform aspects of micro/nanosystem design modeling/simulation and fabrication in a multidisciplinary team for a wide variety of applications including biomedical defense and fundamental R&D. Knowledge of additive manufacturing metallurgy and materials science is additionally valuable.The successful candidate will: Work collaboratively with colleagues in diverse disciplines to develop new micro/nanosystem concepts that combine elements of MEMS/NEMS biomedical engineering advanced materials and nanotechnology. Function as an individual contributor to perform hands-on laboratory work and develop tools and processes for low rate manufacturing. Help evolve Draper's micro/nano capabilities through professional development occasional proposal development and industry and academia outreach. Draper currently has major micro/nanosystem efforts in inertial sensing miniature low-power electronics RF communications precision timing and magnetometry microfluidics tissue engineering nanopatterned polymers for control of surface properties and biomedical devices and sensors. We offer an atmosphere which fosters innovation room for individual contributions within a team environment and an emphasis on professional and intellectual development.

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