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Junior Equipment Engineer
University of Maryland, Laboratory for Physical Sciences – College Park, MD
Candidate will assist with emergency troubleshooting and repair of major semiconductor processing equipment. Candidate will follow preventative maintenance schedule and assist with preventative maintenance on equipment and peripheral support infrastructure. Candidate will be assist in maintaining equipment spares inventory and support consumables (e.g. pumps and chiller) rotation.
Bachelor's degree in engineering, physics, chemistry or related field is required (or equivalent combination of education and experience). Position is entry level; however, candidate must demonstrate mechanical inclination, basic troubleshooting skills, willingness to learn, and possess a positive, team-oriented attitude. Work is conducted in a Cleanroom and will involve minor chemical processing/handling.
To apply, visit: https://ejobs.umd.edu/postings/29325
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