$150K — $200K *
o you love seeing the impact of your work on a daily basis? Want to be part of a company that is leading the way in commercializing quantum computing? We at D-wave are working to radically change what is possible with computers. We have established a unique, proprietary, state-of-the-art superconducting electronics fabrication capability that includes a broad range of Jc targeting, multiple wiring layers, planarized dielectrics, submicron features and Josephson junctions. Our latest product Advantage is built around a novel superconducting quantum processor designed to exploit quantum resources known to offer large computational speedups in solving problems. Comprising over 1 million Josephson junctions, D-Wave’s Advantage processors are the largest and most complex superconducting integrated circuit based product ever produced.
We are multi-disciplinary in nature spanning physics, mechanical engineering, cryogenics engineering, low noise analog and digital electronics, conventional computer networking, and low magnetic field environment. We succeed when our customers succeed. We take ownership. We are focused, results driven and determined. To help us continue this mission, D-Wave is seeking to expand its Fabrication team with a full time Senior Process Integration Engineer.
As a Sr. Process Integration Engineer at D-Wave, you will support our superconductor IC fabrication process development. This includes conducting various process development projects and overseeing and maintaining the process of record (POR) fab technology in production. You will have the capability to lead the development effort at our foundries and face the challenge of designing fabrication processes in uncharted territory as we develop and implement novel superconducting devices at unprecedented levels of integration. Though an asset, existing knowledge of superconductivity is not a requirement.
Lead new process developments at foundry
Design, execute, and analyze experiments
Responsible for critical or complex steps or layers in the wafer fabrication process
Communicate and present technical information to stakeholder and senior leadership across the organization
To be successful in this role, you will have:
Minimum Bachelor’s degree in Physics, Chemistry, Electrical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, or Materials Science (Master's or Ph.D. is preferred)
Preferably 10+ years’ experience in process integration
Working knowledge of module processes including thin films deposition, lithography, etch, diffusion, wet process, and CMP
Experience with LSI manufacturing or R&D is strongly preferred
Demonstrated understanding the interactions between process and yield, product performance and reliability
Strong organizational and decision-making skills
Excellent written & verbal communication
Ability to work well in a fast-paced team environment that is focused on priorities and end results
A track record of high productivity and a proven ability to meet deadlines
Valid through: 10/3/2020