Overview

Device Development Engineer

Device Development Engineer

Are you experienced in developing prototype semiconductor devices and technologies? This rare, exciting position in the technology development team requires you to work with leading scientists to develop novel, innovative and ground-breaking technologies from the ‘wonder material’ graphene and carry them through the NPD process.

This opportunity is with a young but already successful Cambridge company built on ground-breaking advancements in graphene-based electronics technologies. Their mission to enrich society and deliver a better world means bringing the benefits of graphene to an ever-widening range of application spaces including medical science, next generation transportation, consumer electronics and renewable energies. We’re searching for people who are driven by the idea of achieving what’s currently out of reach, passionate about delivering the science and technologies that will enrich society. If you have this drive and mindset and would like to bring your skills, experience and ideas to the business, we’d love to hear from you and find out if you’d like to join this exciting journey.

Key responsibilities:

* Apply engineering knowledge to the fabrication and scale up of graphene based sensors, semiconductor devices.

* Explore novel packaging solutions to enable graphene’s unique properties.

* Support the team as required with the daily management of activities

* Manage individual projects, as set out by our technology roadmap and new product development processes

* Compile updates for management team reviews

* Document & implement R&D practices, approaches & policies

* Work with external partners and manage their contributions where necessary

Skills and experience required:

* Knowledge and experience in semiconductor device fabrication

* Background of device packaging

* Strong applied, hands-on capabilities

* Considered and organised approach to tasks

* Capability to grasp quickly new scientific concepts and technologies

* Exceptional team player with strong interpersonal skills

* Ability to reflect, learn from mistakes and respond positively to feedback

* Ability to handle several ongoing projects, and can prioritise and organise own workload

* Capability to work autonomously and make considered decisions

* At least a 2:1 degree level in relevant subject; engineering, physics, materials science, etc, or suitable equivalent experience

Advantageous skills and experience:

* Experience with microfluidic devices.

* Experience of 2D materials

* Knowledge of biomedical semiconductor applications

* Management of outsourced semiconductor fabrication