Job opportunity at Stealth Mode Solar company



Job Posting: Thin-film solar cell process engineer - Silicon Valley Based
We are a fast growing Stealth Mode Solar company funded by leading venture capitalists and is located in Sunnyvale, California. 

We are looking for the technology leaders working on cutting edge thin-film solar cell technology development. They will be responsible for these projects from conception to implementation into high volume manufacturing. This includes, but is not limited to; understanding the fundamental process requirements, researching and developing new improved processes, interacting with suppliers, presenting to executives and interfacing with several other groups within our company. 

We are looking for exceptionally smart, motivated, and socially intelligent candidates who have demonstrated capacity for innovation and leadership. Our organization values collaboration and teamwork as this promotes productivity and creativity. 

Job Descriptions
· Design, execute and analyze experiments for the development of new process viable for high volume manufacturing
· Work with vendors to coordinate material supply and service
· Responsible for failure analysis of processes that are in the early development phase
· Interacting closely with members of the R&D group to provide specifications, qualifications and solutions for new products
·  Perform cost and business analysis of new processes and equipment 


· M.S and PhD preferred in related majors (Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Materials Science, Electrical Engineering
· 3-5 year Solar industry experience required, thin-film solar technology experience preferred
· front-end and back-end solar process experience required
· Understanding of electrochemistry, thin film deposition process, and vacuum system.
· Exceptional analytical skills, independent problem solving skills and attention to detail 
· Proven ability to successfully manage multiple projects and meet deliverable deadlines amidst changing requirements, deadlines and priorities 
· Ability to be creative, versatile, efficient and productive with minimal supervision or guidance

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