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Electron/Ion Beam Instrument Engineer
The University of Oregon's Center for Advanced Materials 
Characterization in Oregon (CAMCOR) is seeking applications for a 
full time staff position to begin January 2007. A strong background 
in maintaining, trouble shooting and upgrading electron/ion beam 
instruments and associated high voltage, vacuum, mechanical and 
electrical systems is required. Experience x-ray diffraction 
instrumentation is also desirable.

This position will be located in the new Lorry Lokey Integrated 
Science Laboratory, a state of the art nano and micro science 
analytical instrument facility designed specifically for exceptional 
nano-science performance.  It will house the latest electron, ion and 
x-ray beam instrumentation available including a Zeiss Ultra TFEM, 
FEI Quanta 200 E-SEM, Cameca SX50 and SX100 microprobes, Ion-TOF 
SIMS, Philips Auger Spectrometer, Philips TEM, Kratos XPS and various 
assorted coaters, etchers, and other vacuum deposition systems.

The successful candidate with have a BS in a beam microscopy related 
field and an extensive background in instrument field service with 
significant practical experience troubleshooting high vacuum electron 
and ion beam instrumentation at both the system and PC board levels. 
Must be able to read and understand schematics for electronic 
circuits and systems. The successful applicant will be involved in 
modifying/improving instrumentation capabilities to enable the 
equipment to more fully support unique research needs and will be 
expected to work intimately with the scientific staff and research 
faculty. We seek candidates with a demonstrated commitment to working 
effectively with students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds.

Interested persons should send a resume with a detailed description 
of work experience and skills, and arrange for two letters of 
recommendation to be sent to: CAMCOR Instrument Engineer Search 
Committee, 1253 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, 97403-1253.  To be 
assured of full consideration, application materials must be received 
by November 1, 2006, but the search will remain open until the 
position is filled. For further information, contact John Donovan 
([log in to unmask]).

University of Oregon is an AA/EEO employer committed to cultural diversity. 

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