Manufacturing Engineering Technician



Other Engineering
Posted on Saturday, February 10, 2024
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Your Role and Responsibilities
The ideal applicant will help ensure the successful operations of the 300mm research line. The role will include providing line maintenance and down tool recovery for multiple semiconductor process equipment across various sectors, along with daily tactical management of fab operational goals.

Strong troubleshooting skills and knowledge with the ability to work in cross functional teams is required. The applicant will be responsible for the daily maintenance of semiconductor peripheral support equipment, semiconductor fab and fab support systems. Applicant will work with Equipment Engineering and site facilities team on a daily basis to troubleshoot and recover impacts to line operations and work to implement improvements. Successful applicants will be willing to learn new skills and complete in depth safety training.

This role provides the opportunity to join a world class team responsible for defining and delivering future nodes using a state-of-the-art research lab. The team is responsible for helping drive fast learning cycles and increasing the capacity of the 300mm research line. Ability to work with cross functional teams and strong communication skills is required.

Required Technical and Professional Expertise

  • Experience applying equipment maintenance / line support concepts in a manufacturing or research environment.
  • Associates degree or other equipment field experience. (Chemical/Computer/Electrical/Mechanical) with focus on project management.
  • Strong MS Office Skills – Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Working knowledge of NYS building codes and National Electric Codes.
  • Ability to communicate electronically and verbally to suppliers, vendors, contractors ( trades) and other tenants.

Preferred Technical and Professional Expertise

  • Skills in electrical, mechanical, chemical, HVAC, building controls and UHP gas designs.
  • Basic understanding of advanced semiconductor materials processing and MES systems.
  • Experience working in a collaborative environment across multiple sector equipment maintenance disciplines.
  • Working knowledge of multiple disciplines of fab tooling and building supports systems, and fab architecture.