We are looking for talanted professionals to join our experienced and passionate team of engineers. Take a look at the opportunities below.
Employment type: Permanent
Location: Cambridge (UK) with a degree of international travel
One of the most exciting start-ups in the UK, FlexEnable is the leader in the development and industrialisation of organic electronics for flexible displays and sensors. The company provides technology and services to its growing list of customers, enabling new product paradigms and use cases for a range of applications across consumer electronics, smart home appliances, automotive, digital signage, security and healthcare. We work with device manufacturers allowing them to upgrade and diversify with truly flexible electronics and tap into exciting new markets. FlexEnable has recently signed a Technology Transfer and Licensing deal with a leading Chinese display manufacturer to bring flexible organic LCD (OLCD) to mass production for the first time. This is an exciting time to join the company and be part of a world-class team of engineers and innovators.
FlexEnable is seeking an experienced Process Engineer to help sustain and further improve thin film processes used to manufacture flexible electronics. The successful candidate will be part of the team that will characterise new materials in our pilot line, evaluate new product designs and explore alternative process methods.
The position will require a BSc or higher in a relevant area complemented by experience working within FPD industry or with Semiconductor processes on small scale pilot production line or production facility.
- Practical photolithography skills with specific tool experience on large area automated spin coating, projection exposure, wet cleaning and wet etching processes.
- Demonstrate practical deposition skills with specific tool experience on sputter deposition, vacuum deposition and solution coating methods.
- Provide relevant technical process knowledge to allow the future development of key FlexEnable processes.
- Familiar with metrology equipment to characterise thin films.
- Demonstrate a good understanding and working knowledge of polymer materials and metal films.
- Used to working in a cleanroom environment.
Key personal qualities
- Flexible approach to work in a dynamic and changing environment.
- High attention to detail when recording and reporting results/experiments. Strong problem-solving skills, the ability to approach tasks in a structured manner and the tenacity to resolve on-going process issues.
- Ability to work independently, manage and plan/prioritise workload and effectively manage time.
- Excellent interpersonal skill, including ability to communicate effectively at all levels.
- Team player.
The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate the potential to make a strong and high energy contribution to the company including the following activities:
- Working in cleanroom.
- Become involved in and lead continuous improvement teams, providing process knowledge and understanding to help resolve yield failures.
- Ensure proper operation of the equipment in collaboration with equipment engineers.
- Plan and implement relevant experiments to help optimise deposition processes.
- Proactively contribute to H&S within the business.
- Documenting of processes and training of operators.
- Provide occasional support when required within Clean Room which operates 7am to 12pm Monday to Thursday, 7am to 3pm Friday.
- Willing to spend time abroad to transfer processes.
Applicants should apply via firstname.lastname@example.org providing their CV, a covering letter explaining how they believe they are suitable for the role and confirmation of their current salary and benefits.
No agencies please.