Clean Room Operations Specialist – Columbia University, NYC at Columbia University @ Adafruit Jobs Board

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Clean Room Operations Specialist – Columbia University, NYC at Columbia University – CISE @ Adafruit Jobs Board

Staff Associate/ Senior Staff Associate: Clean Room Operations Specialist – The Center for Integrated Science and Engineering at The Fu Foundation School of Engineering & Applied Science of Columbia University in the City of New York invites applications for a Staff Associate or Senior Staff Associate position in the area of Clean Room Operations. Basic responsibilities focus on maintaining efficient and effective Clean Room operations following guidance of the Clean Room Supervisor, the Clean Room Director, and the Clean Room Committee. The Operations Specialist will report directly to the Clean Room Supervisor and will be responsible to the Director of the Center for Integrated Science and Engineering and the Columbia University Clean Room Committee. The Operations Specialist will be responsible for development and maintenance of Clean Room processes, user training, and management of some aspects of Clean Room operations. The candidate will work closely with Clean Room users to develop training procedures, Standard Operating Procedures, create facility protocols on new equipment and newly developed processes, and will share the oversight of specific Clean Room equipment with the Clean Room supervisor. This will include preventative maintenance and repair. The ideal candidate will be a strong internal consultant on suitable processes and process flows for fabrication of a range of devices. The Operations Specialist will coordinate and share the responsibility with the supervisor for creating and maintaining safe and effective Clean Room operations within Columbia University’s CEPSR Clean Room, including compliance with all University and government requirements and regulations.

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