Ion Trap Technologist (f/m/d)

  • Fonction: Recherche et développement
  • Lieu: Cologne (Germany) / Hillsboro (Oregon), United States (Pennsylvania, Oregon, Oklahoma, Ohio, North Dakota, North Carolina, New York, New Mexico, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Nevada, Nebraska, Montana, Missouri, Mississippi, Minnesota, Michigan, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Louisiana, Kentucky, Kansas, Iowa, Indiana, Illinois, Idaho, Hawaii, Georgia, Florida, District of Columbia, Delaware, Connecticut, Colorado, California, Arkansas, Arizona, Alaska, Wyoming, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Washington, Virginia, Vermont, Utah, Texas, Tennessee, South Dakota, South Carolina, Rhode Island, Alabama), Germany
  • Application Period: 29 septembre 2021 – 30 novembre 2021

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 The Role

iTrap is a compact, sensitive, robust ion trap mass spectrometer, used for process analysis and inline process control functions in Semiconductor process steps – particularly dry etch. We are hiring an ion trap technologist to help push the core technology forward and to develop special features conducive to semiconductor process needs.

  • Functions as a technical expert in quadrupole ion traps to design, develop, simulate, execute, and troubleshoot experiments for mass spectrometry product enhancements. Support applications engineering’s work in tuning iTrap performance for semiconductor needs
  • Work closely with product management to align product roadmaps with customer requirements
  • Steer and closely collaborate with external development partner 
  • Understand customers’ high value problems and communicate to divisional product management to drive product roadmaps in order to maintain our technical leadership and competitive advantage
  • Contribute to the application and product management meetings in order to prioritise products and enhancements for development
  • Contribute to R&D-to-high volume manufacturing product adoption/qualification to deployment
  • Participates in symposiums, technical workshops, present papers, thought leadership

What we expect of you?

  • An advanced degree (MS minimum, PH.D. desirable) in physics, analytical or physical chemistry (instrumental analysis or development), or related fields
  • Desirable: experience in mass spectrometry instrumentation design and testing
  • Must-have: Experience in numerical computer simulations
  • Desirable: Experience in simulationg mass spectrometery systems with SIMION/Comcol
  • Knowledge of Vacuum technologies, gauges etc
  • Knowledge of electronics and signal processing
  • Fluent English Essentials, German useful

 What you can expect from us?

  • Independent and broad range of tasks and responsibilities
  • Professional and personal development opportunities
  • Attractive remuneration package
  • Flexible working time models
  • State-of the art Learning Management system with free access to global courses
  • International career opportunities within the Atlas Copco Group, a Swedish multinational industrial player

City
Cologne (Germany) / Hillsboro (Oregon)

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