Electrical Engineer - Thermoelectrics and Related


Electrical Engineer - Thermoelectrics and Related Area

RTI's Thermoelectrics Group in the Center for Semiconductor Research is seeking to fill the position of Electrical Engineer.

The qualified candidate will have a Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering and exhibits familiarity with semiconductor devices, materials, and micro-controllers. We are seeking candidates with knowledge of LABVIEW to fill this opening.

Job functions would involve testing thermoelectric materials and related semiconductors, carrying out semiconductor device processing, and building electrical/electronic test equipment using microelectronic controllers.

Apply on-line at Please refer to job number 80381 or send letter of interest and resume to
Office of Human Resources
Research Triangle Institute
PO Box 12194
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709-2194
Or e-mail to jobs@rti.org

RTI is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer

Re Electrical Engineer - Thermoelectrics and Rela

Dear Ms Wilkerson,

I recently graduated from Michigan State University and I'm looking forward to pursuing active full-time research in the field of thermoelectrics

I would like to be considered for the available Electrical Engineer position at RTI, and have submitted my current resume online at the RTI website. As required for the position, I have extensive Labview programming experience, as part of my MS Thesis project which involved design and automation of a 4-sample charge transport system for thermoelectric measurements of new electronic materials.

I have been actively involved in new thermoelectric materials research, giving me a sound technical background and understanding of key concepts, ideas and current challenges in the field.

Please do let me know if you need any other information (journal papers, programs,etc.as mentioned in the resume) that could be helpful in assessing my prospects.

I'm especially interested in this position considering RTI's active research in Thermoelectrics.

Thank you,
Nishant Ghelani