Location: Sydney based
Primary Purpose of Role
The process engineer role is to assist with the development of thin film materials that demonstrate the applicability of Remote Plasma Chemical Vapour Deposition (RPCVD). In addition, the role includes the modification of RPCVD based equipment or processes for specific applications.
Department: Operations and Technology
Reporting To: COO/CTO
• Film Growth – deposition of GaN layers, deposition of test and device layers (for LED, PV and power electronics applications)
• Material Characterization – material and technique development, measurement, data analysis / storage.
• Health and Safety Support – assist in ensuring MSDS library and safety information in place.
• Literature research and communication of findings to the technical team.
• Work scheduling – Flexibility to meet demands of development projects (including the requirement to work on occasion from 2-10pm up two days per week
Qualifications and Experience:
• A Bachelor’s degree of Science or Engineering in physics or a related field
• A strong background in process oriented engineering
• A strong semiconductor, chemical, electronic or materials background.
• Experience with material characterization well regarded.
Essential Software Skills
• Computer literate, with experience using Microsoft Office products
Essential Professional Skills
• The ability to be innovative and assist in the development of a new generation of group III nitride thin film growth systems
• Good interpersonal skills
• Ability to maintain strict confidentiality
• Good oral and written communication skills.
• The ability to work well in a team environment.
• The ability to design thin film growth experiments in a goal driven environment.
• Technical aptitude and an ability to help maintain the growth systems.
Essential Performance dimensions
• Customer responsiveness
• Professional manner
Closes 2014-03-31. More information...
Senior Optical Design Engineer
This unique and groundbreaking renewable energy project requires an Optical Engineering specialist to join their talented and diverse team as a permanent member of staff.
The position requires you to:
Build, modify and validate ZEMAX optical models.
Produce optical drawings.
Communicate your objectives and technical process to a non specialist audience (other engineering disciplines).
Receive and analyse test data.
Work on major technical projects with unusual optical problems.
Your skills must include:
A high capability with ZEMAX.
Excellent communication skills – verbal and written.
This position will pay up to $115,000 plus superannuation. Other rewards includes an on site gym, a passionate collegiate group of engineering professionals.
Expressions of interest are sought from international applicants.
For more detailed information please call Alasdair Spinner on +61 (0)2 9484 4005 or 0487 389 984, email@example.com or Skype al.telescope
Closes 2014-01-31. More information...
OCE Postdoctoral Fellow - Insights into Alzheimer's disease: tomographic metals mapping
Location: CSIRO CME, Parkville/Australian Synchrotron, Clayton
CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering / Preventative Health Flagship, in collaboration with Australian Syncrontron is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow who will take responsibility for the physical and biophysical aspects of the development of advanced XTF imaging techniques, investigate and address the self-absorption problem as it applies to biological systems, develop analytical frameworks and analysis pipeline and apply these developments to specimens.
Your research will contribute to the development of advanced imaging techniques resulting in quantitative elemental mapping in 3D and will be vital in the direct confirmation of the modulation of metal deposition by drug compounds developed by CSIRO to alter the folding pathways of Aβ and metal binding. You will have access to world class facilities and equipment that has transformed synchrotron trace element imaging.
Interact with physicists and imaging scientists to develop novel imaging techniques based on XFT approaches utilising Maia x-ray microprobe detector and imaging system.
Apply developments to specimens of direct relevance to questions of metals in AD, particularly as it appears in available AD models such as transgenic roundworm and transgenic mice.
Work with other team members and provide supervision and/or support to junior staff or students.
Produce high quality scientific and technical outputs including journal articles, conference papers, presentations, patents and technical reports.
Develop innovative concepts and ideas for further research.
Participate in CSIRO’s postdoctoral training program.
Location: Clayton, Victoria, Australia
Salary: $81k – $88k plus up to 15.4% superannuation
Reference Number: VIC13/01506
Term: 3 years
The successful candidate will have:
A PhD, or will shortly satisfy the requirements for a PhD degree in Physics, Biophysics, Materials Science/Engineering or a related discipline with no more than 3 years Postdoctoral experience.
Willingness to undertake experimentation at advanced radiation sources, especially synchrotron facilities.
Demonstrated ability to apply mathematical and / or computational methods to address complex problems.
Demonstrated skills in computer programming and a high level of computer literacy.
Demonstrated originality, creativity and innovation in solving problems and introducing new directions and approaches.
Ability to work with a broad range of people from varying research backgrounds and evidence of strong oral and written communication skills, including the ability to publish the results of scientific research in scientific journals.
Demonstrated ability to work independently under minimal supervision while contributing to overall team performance and proven ability to meet performance deadlines during the course of the project.
Closes 2013-07-21. More information...