ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF FACILITIES FOR MIT.nano, School of Engineering, to join MIT.nano, an approximately 214,000 GSF state-of-the-art laboratory complex that will support more than 100,000 sf of new laboratory space. During construction, will work with architects, contractors, MIT Facilities, and the project team under the direction of the associate director for operations. As the project nears completion, will provide full-time support for an occupancy transition plan in accordance with stakeholder requirements. Will oversee operational and safety needs during pre- and post-occupancy.
REQUIRED: a bachelor's degree (master's preferred) in electrical, mechanical, or chemical engineering, materials science, physics, or related discipline; at least five years' experience in semiconductor process facilities; and experience with the facilities' requirements of cleanroom processing equipment (vacuum, wet chemical processing, diffusion, furnace, plasma, and photolithography systems). Must be highly knowledgeable about and have direct experience in design, operation, and maintenance of cleanroom facilities for semiconductor and materials fabrication, including air cleanliness, pressure balance, temperature stability, and humidity control; HVAC, electric power, piping and plumbing systems, exhaust fans, and machinery required to maintain building-wide supply of compressed air, house vacuum, and process cooling water systems; cleanroom and laboratory safety systems, including hazardous gas detection, emergency response protocols, exhaust systems (toxic, corrosive, and heat), general abatement, spill control, fire detection, and suppression; and process-specific aspects of semiconductor and materials fabrication such as high purity piping systems for process gases, ultrapure DI water, toxic gas storage, bulk gas delivery systems, hazardous waste treatment, and abatement of effluent streams. Job #14299
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