The WNF is the largest publicly accessible cleanroom in the Pacific Northwest and a key facility of the NSF-supported National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure network (www.nnci.net). A recently completed $37M renovation more than doubled its floorspace, which houses about 100 instruments covering a wide range of nanofabrication capabilities, including direct-write, contact, i-line, and e-beam lithography, extensive thin film processing, and back-end capabilities. Activity in the WNF has increased 5-fold over the past 7 years, supporting academic as well as industrial users that range from start-ups to major corporations. The WNF is operated by a team of about 10 technical and administrative staff members.
The WNF currently has two open positions.
The Equipment Manager will be responsible for the development and support of facility user projects, nanofabrication process development, and overseeing equipment maintenance and support. APPLY
The Nanofabrication Engineer/Equipment Service Engineer will be responsible for equipment trouble shooting and baseline process monitoring, executing contract manufacturing efforts, as well as facilities infrastructure monitoring and support. APPLY