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Company Austin Semiconductor is one of the most advanced semiconductor manufacturing facilities in the world with more than 3,000 employees and 2.45 million square feet of floor space. Company Austin Semiconductor has broad semiconductor process technology offerings serving customers in various application areas including mobile, consumer, networking/high performance computing, Internet of Things, RF and automotive. Since 1996, SAS has invested approximately $17 billion in its Austin, TX campus, making it one of the largest direct foreign investments in United States history. Company Austin Semiconductor is a US-based subsidiary of Company Electronics Co., Ltd. The Austin facility is one of the few semiconductor plants the company has outside South Korea. Visit Company website.
The Photo Operations team is focused on delivering solutions by developing 24x7x365 teams of elite, fab-oriented, excursion-free, safety and quality minded members. As part of the Photo Operations team, you will work together to support one another and our customers regardless of organizational boundaries.
SAS is focused on being the World’s Best Foundry product supplier.
Role and Responsibilities
Coordinate resources and maintenance activities to provide optimum manufacturing support on assigned equipment.
Drive hard down and atypical tool recovery efforts with hands on engineering and maintenance activities.
Coordinate equipment installation/de-installation projects as required.
Assist other team members and areas when possible to help meet production goals.
Innovate & Implement new techniques and systems, to improve defectivity, reduce cost, reduce stop loss, and improve overall tool quality and wafer outputs.
Investigate, troubleshoot and provide technical solutions to equipment related yield problems.
Support new device introduction, technology transfer from sister factories.
Track and report availability, particle trends, maintenance success, and similar metrics for assigned equipment.
Document and improve repair and standard work procedures.
Understand concepts of cost of ownership, be able to make these costs visible, and to provide direction to the team for improvement.
Anaylze tool performance data, including availability, mean time to repair, and mean time.
Work days and hours: 1st Shift.
Skills and Qualifications
4 years of college in related field.
Requires 2+ years of related experience.
Judgment and Decision Making: Considers the relative costs and benefits of potential actions to choose the most appropriate solution.
Problem Solving: Identifies complex problems and reviews related information to develop and evaluate options and implement solutions.
Time Management: Schedules and prioritizes time and activities to accomplish goals and meet deadlines.
Coordination: Gets members of a group to work together to accomplish tasks.
Teamwork and Communication: Works well in a team environment and effectively communicates throughout the department and organization.
Experience on one or more of the following types of equipment: TEL Lithius, Lithius Pro, Lithius ProV, and/or Lithius ProVi.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Positive attitude and work ethic.
Proficient with data analysis tools, such as complex spreadsheets.
Able to learn concepts quickly and provide training for technicians on all shifts as needed.
Strong technical capability in both mechanical and electrical systems.
Flexibility and adaptability to work well within a team or independently under minimal supervision as conditions require.
Familiarity with SPC, FMEA, and standard engineering practices.
Strong communication and team building skills.
Ability to prepare and present reports of a technical nature.
Understanding of semiconductor wafer processing fundamentals.
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