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Scientist - Watertown, MA

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Job Summary:
This position entails research in vacuum-based growth and characterization of functional thin/thick films. Applications include scintillators, phosphors and solar cells. The primary technique will be physical vapor deposition using thermal evaporation and e-beam evaporation in high vacuum. Physical vapor deposition of materials will focus on halide materials (iodides), but includes deposition of oxides, sulfides and other classes of materials. Expertise in screen printing, and doctor blading of materials is also strongly desired.
The candidate should be able to characterize the basic electrical, and optical properties of the deposited materials, and would ideally be familiar with optical materials such as scintillators, optical phosphors and/or photovoltaic cells. The candidate should possess working knowledge and understanding of SEM, ellipsometry, and other thin film metrology techniques. Basic understanding of optical physics is also desired

Major responsibilities for the position are to design and execute experiments, analyze data, 
make presentations and write detailed reports. The candidate would work closely in a team with other engineers, scientists and technicians. Independent research is also encouraged.
Excellent communication and writing skills are sought. There is need for occasional travel in this position.

Desired Skills:
Thorough understanding of and hands on expertise in vacuum systems
 Excellent understanding of materials in general.
Knowledge and understanding of
scintillation materials is a plus
 Excellent communication and writing skills
 Enjoys working on multiple projects
 Detail oriented
 Knowledge of lab and chemical safety procedures
 Ability to work closely as a part of a team
 Ability to work independently as needed
 Knowledge of Microsoft Office suite

Qualifications:
 MS/PhD in Material Science, Chemistry, Physics or relevant Engineering Field

 

Job ID:
354676

Dept ID:
10545

Location:
Watertown, MA
United States of America

Industry:
Engineering / Engineering

Job Type:
Direct Hire Position
Folder Group ID
130

Posted Date:1/31/2019

Domain:arna

Contact: sally.hurley@advantageresourcing.com

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Job Title: Scientist

Location: Watertown, MA

Job Type: Direct Hire Position

Reference ID: 354676

Posted Date: 1/31/2019

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