Egypt-IBM Nanotechnology Research Center Open Positions

The Government of Egypt recently signed an agreement with IBM to establish a world-class research center in Egypt with the objective of developing expertise in nanoscience and nanotechnology. The newly created Center exhibits state-of-the-art facilities and equipment, and establishes vehicle for cooperate with IBM in the field of nanotechnology.

The newly established Egypt-IBM Nanotechnology Research Center is actively looking for qualified Egyptian candidates for Management and Engineering positions in the following areas:

 Center Director Job Ref.# = “CD”

The Egypt Nanotechnology Center is seeking a highly experienced and talented research and development executive with at least 8-12 years experience to take on the role of Nanotechnology Center Director. The successful candidate should be a technical leader who has a proven track record of success in advanced technology and managing relationships between government, academia and industry to drive new avenues of nanotechnology.

 Facilities Engineering Manager Job Ref.# = “FEM”

The manager will be responsible for providing and building infrastructure engineering and technical support for all the facilities and utilities associated with the nanotechnology building.

 Engineering Operations Manager Job Ref.# = “EOM”

The manager will be responsible for providing equipment engineering and technical support for all the processing functions that occur in the clean room and non clean room laboratories on campus.

 Senior Laboratory Equipment Engineer Job Ref.# = “SLEE”

The engineer will be responsible for providing equipment engineering and technical support for all the equipment processing functions that occur on the clean room tools and non clean room tools within the laboratories on campus.

Candidates must have an excellent track record. English language fluency (spoken and written) is essential, as are good writing and oral communication skills.

Compensation and benefits are internationally compensative.

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