£TBC pa | Blantyre, Glasgow, G72 0BN | Permanent
Sivers Photonics (a subsidiary of Sivers Semiconductors AB) is the world’s most advanced supplier of customised III-V compound semiconductor laser devices, which are critical to high growth optical communications, sensing and wireless markets. Our photonic laser devices are enabling next generation applications including artificial intelligence, data-centres and quantum technology.
We are a key strategic supplier to many Fortune 100 and Silicon Valley customers and collaborate with leading academic institutions and industry research centres throughout the world.
From our UK based foundry near Glasgow, Scotland, we provide end-to-end design, manufacture and qualification for early phase prototypes and high-volume production, supporting up to 100mm wafer sizes on InP, GaAs, GaSb and GaN substrates.
We currently employ 77 staff across roles in R&D, wafer fabrication and backend assembly & test, as well as in various commercial roles.
Sivers Photonics is seeking for individuals able to develop new and improved processes for the fabrication of III-V-semiconductor wafers for InP optical components. The integration engineer will be joining the process integration team and work in strong conjunction with the device development team and the operation team to transform device prototypes and ideas to reliable, stable, and manufacturable components.
We are seeking people able to chain different processes together and understand the impact of each manufacturing process feed-forward and feed-back on the other constitutive steps of the full process flow.
The integration team is responsible for development and introduction into production of new lasers, modulators, receivers, and photonic integrated circuits.
The integration team is also responsible for the development and consolidation of process flows and architectures for the proprietary InP100 platform.
The successful candidate will have collaborative working capabilities with staff from a wide range of engineering backgrounds to solve challenging problems with real commercial impact.
Dr Antonio Samarelli