Equipment Maintenance Technician IV is responsible for effective maintenance of wafer processing and Assembly equipment in a clean room environment. Responsibilities include installing, upgrades, troubleshooting and repairing of manufacturing equipment. Assist engineering staff in establishing and implementing periodic equipment maintenance schedules. Uses test and diagnostic equipment to perform equipment checks. This position requires 4-6 years’ experience in photolithography and ASML and/or Tel track.
This position schedule is considered a Compressed Work Week - Back End Nights - Every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and every other Wednesday. 5:30 pm- 6:00 am
Technician may participate in safety forums, Emergency Response Teams and station improvement teams.
- SKILL: As a skilled specialist, completes tasks in creative and effective ways.
- JOB COMPLEXITY: Works on assignments requiring considerable judgment and initiative. Understands implications of work and makes recommendations for solutions.
- SUPERVISION: Determine methods and procedures on new assignments. May provide guidance to other nonexempt personnel.
- EXPERIENCE: Typically requires a minimum of 4 - 6 years of related experience.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Responsible for the maintenance of wafer fabrication assembly and facilities equipment for production lines.
- Responsible for troubleshooting and repairing downed equipment and assisting engineering staff in establishing and implementing periodic equipment maintenance.
- Responsible for scheduling and working with outside contractors for equipment maintenance covered by service contracts.
- Responsible for identifying PM’s to support stability of wafer fabrication assembly and facilities equipment for production lines with minimal assistance.
- Use test and diagnostic equipment to perform troubleshooting and repair wafer fabrication assembly and facilities equipment.
- Rebuilds manufacturing equipment as required.
- Provides training to other technicians and operators.
- Responsible for training of peers on process and operational improvement and equipment maintenance.
- Perform equipment modifications as directed by supervisors, managers and engineers.
- Technician responsible for training of peers on process and operational improvement and equipment maintenance.
- Determines methods and procedures on new assignments and may provide guidance to other nonexempt personnel. Collects and evaluates operating and process data and recommends means to improve operational processes.
- Works on assignments requiring considerable judgment and initiative.
- Understands implications of work and makes recommendations for solutions.
- Responsible for, and makes recommendations to, fulfill departmental quality, safety, quantity and teamwork requirements.
- May be required to ensure other technicians adhere to departmental quality, safety, quantity and teamwork requirements.
- Trained in proper handling of chemicals and hazardous waste.
- May provide guidance to other nonexempt personnel.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential job function satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- High school degree or equivalent and 4-6 years of related experience.
- 4-6 years photolithography and ASML and/or Tel track
- Experience working with one or more of the following: high vacuum equipment, lithography tools, wet benches and/or measurement equipment.
- Ability to trouble shoot, diagnose and repair wafer fabrication assembly and facilitate equipment for product lines, with minimal assistance.
- Basic computer skills including the use of standard office software, including Word, Excel and Outlook.
- Ability to work effectively as a member of a diverse team, as well as individually.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Must be highly organized.
- Must be a self-starter and comfortable working in an ambiguous environment.
- Must be able to follow written and verbal instructions.
- Must be a fast-learner.
- Must be able to be trained in proper handling of chemicals and hazardous waste.
- Associate’s degree or higher.
- Past supervisor or lead experience.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Standing or walking, use of hands to finger, handling, feeling, reaching with hands and arms, kneeling, crouching or crawling over two-thirds of the time.
- Lifting up to 25 lbs over two-thirds of the time.
- Must have normal color vision and must be able to identify wiring color codes.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Works in wafer fabrication and clean room environment, requiring clean room gowning (smock, hood, gloves, booties, etc.)
- Exposure to moderate noise levels.
- Exposure to stored energy hazards (electricity, compressed gases, etc.)
- Works in a facility that houses hazardous chemicals.
- Other duties as may be assigned.
- Each employee’s primary objective is to assure that the quality, delivery and cost controls within his/her control meet or exceed all of our internal and external customers’ requirements.
- Each employee is required to abide by the Employee Handbook and the rules and regulations explained and provided at each orientation and training session. Special attention must be given to the safety aspects of these documents.