Assembly and Test Technician
Team – R&D Engineering
Location – Cambridge
Contract – Permanent, full time or part time
Cambridge GaN Devices (CGD) is a tech start-up with the mission to transform the way the world deploys energy by delivering the most efficient power switch. No more wasted energy and yes to efficient power electronics that can enable less CO2 emissions and smaller, less bulky electronics. CGD is a fabless semiconductor company, spun out of the world-renowned Electronics Department at the University of Cambridge, and is focused on designing, developing and commercialising power transistors and Integrated Circuits based on the most efficient material available, Gallium Nitride (GaN).
Triggered by a world-wide need to save energy and achieve a more sustainable use of natural resources, the power electronics market will see significant innovation over the next 10 years. Having already built a team who are leaders in their field, with decades of expertise in the power semiconductor industry, CGD are leading the way towards this energy revolution.
Would you like to contribute to shaping the future of power electronics, by joining a growing team in a passionate and innovative environment? Join CGD and be part of the adventure!
CGD is now looking for an Assembly and Test Technician to join our growing test and reliability team. Reporting to the Senior Test and Reliability Engineer, this is an amazing opportunity to join CGD at an early stage and help drive the function for CGD’s GaN power products.
The Assembly and Test Technician will be responsible for assembling and testing solutions in conjunction with other CGD Engineers, which will be for customers, partners and for internal development.
Working closely with the Lab Manager, the Assembly and Test Technician will help with the day to day running of the Lab, ensuring that things run smoothly. This will include working with engineers and technicians to adapt and improve test equipment and procedures, as well as taking over the process for dispatching and receiving all of CGD’s components and systems, to both customers and partners.
Typical tasks will include:
We believe in equal opportunities
It takes a diverse and inclusive community of passionate, talented and committed people to build a system to shape the future of power electronics. We’re an equal opportunity employer, and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds, with different outlooks and experiences. We are well set up for collaborative remote working, with the full team working from home in the UK and other cities in Europe during the current lockdown.