Virginia Nanotechnology Networked Infrastructure CoordinatorVirginia Tech
VNNI Coordinator will work under the direct supervision of Prof. Masoud Agah, the VMEC Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Virginia Tech and the Founding Director of VNNI to establish the network and the web portal. VNNI Coordinator will collaborate with VNNI Site Managers (cleanroom managers at different universities) and the VMEC Managing Director, Mr. Gino Manzo, to implement unified VNNI multimedia documentations for safety training, tool training, site specific policies, fee structure, recipe repository, and reporting policies. The VNNI Coordinator will play a key role in the design and execution of the Web Gateway and in the execution of the cloud-based management system.
Candidates for this part-time positions:
● must be experienced in the operation and/or management of shared research facilities (preferably semiconductor/microfabrication cleanrooms),
● should have demonstrated a track record for teamwork
● must be proficient in Microsoft Office and Google Docs
● should have outstanding communication skills
● must be able to create and maintain necessary computer databases
● should be able to spend around 20 hrs per week
Commensurate with experience
October 23, 2019
The successful Candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check
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