Applications Scientist - X-Ray Activities
Do you hold a minimum of a Degree in Material Science, Physics, Chemical Engineering or Chemistry and knowledge within X-Ray materials?
Our client is a global organisation with over 90 sites providing an extensive range of products and solutions to clients within Analytical & Diagnostic Instrumentation. Developing state-of-the-art technologies and innovative solutions they develop new applications within Molecular Research, Microscopy, Nano-analysis and industrial applications. Due to continued successes at their site based in Durham they now have a requirement for an Application Scientist to join their Semiconductor Division. As the successful candidate you will to support X-ray activities across the site and have particular focus on X-ray Critical Dimension analysis.
- Work with clients to assess their needs and advise on potential applications of company products to meet process metrology needs
- Providing technical expertise on X-ray products through; product demonstrations, presentations, customer training/support and qualification
- Assist in preparing product specifications
- Support technology, engineering and production teams in qualification of new technologies, algorithms, methodologies, software and hardware features
- Ensure product applications are functioning according to specifications
- Support clients prior to the sale, through to delivery and installation to user support
- Candidates must hold a minimum of a Degree in Material Science, Physics, Chemical Engineering or Chemistry
- Holding a master’s or PhD qualification would be an advantage
- Knowledge and/or experience with X-ray materials is essential
- Must hold knowledge of Materials Engineering basics within; thermodynamics, kinetics, diffusion, basic crystallography etc.
- Semiconductor industry experience would be an advantage
- Ideally you will be familiar with; Metrology and Characterisation techniques, X-ray materials characterisation, AFM or OCD
- Candidates must be willing to travel throughout the UK and internationally, this role included 30%-50% travel