Microfabrication researcher

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microfabrication researcher

Internal reference number: 170205

JOB DESCRIPTION

As a researcher and member of the Microfabrication Group, your primary role will be to contribute to the creation of technological innovation and intellectual property through your involvement in internal and external projects for the development of innovative optical/photonic micro devices and components in the following application areas: medicine, environment, mining, industry, military and surveillance, aerospace or astronomy.

You will be responsible for the design of microsystems and components along with the deliverance of test plans and the analysis of validation tests. Eventually, you will contribute to the submission of proposals and project plans as well as the writing of technical reports and scientific articles.

You may also be involved in technical coordination of projects and planning of INO’s technological development strategy. You will constantly pay attention  to the quality of the scientific and technical work that you have to perform (requirements, deliverables, budget, and schedule) in a framework of multidisciplinary teams as well as your communications and the learning of relevant skills in order to adequately meet customers and INO’s needs.

REQUIRED PROFILE

  • You hold a master’s degree or PhD in physics, engineering physics, materials science or equivalent;
  • You stand out by your ‘’system engineering’’ approach, and combined skills in modelization and tests/measurements;
  • You have acquired some experience in the field of optical/photonic microdevices;
  • You have an outstanding academic record;
  • You are rigorous, proactive, organized and autonomous;
  • You are highly versatile and interested in developing new skills;
  • You have very strong interpersonal and team skills;
  • You are fluent in French and English, both spoken and written;
  • You must have a valid work permit and must be legally entitled to work in Canada.

TERMS

INO is a world-renowned research center in optics and photonics and offers unique opportunities for professional development, a multidisciplinary and versatile environment as well as a variety of scientific and technological projects. Employing close to 200 people, INO is located in the Quebec Metro High Tech Park.

  • Work schedule of 40 hours/week;
  • Healthy work environment;
  • Competitive salary, work conditions and benefits.

Please submit your application including a cover letter and resume to ressources.humaines@ino.ca.

*Only selected candidates will be contacted.

*INO is committed to employment equity program.

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