The University of Washington currently has an opening for the director of the Washington Nanofabrication Facility.
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. 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 director will oversee all aspects of cleanroom operation and supervise a staff of more than 10 technical and administrative members.
The job description and instructions for applying can be found on UW Hires: