Equipment Technician – WIE/Photolithography/CMP
• Perform general and specific preventive and corrective maintenance on semiconductor manufacturing equipment. Requires the use of diagnostic equipment and procedures to maintain and repair production equipment. Majority of work is conducted in a clean room environment requiring the wearing of specific clothing to be worn over regular clothing.
• Participate as part of a team or independently in identifying and solving problems
• Utilize Promis, SPC, Oracle, Fault Detection Control and other electronic media in problem solving and general documentation of work performed.
• Follow prescribed procedures for safety, clean room and documentation.
• Assist in equipment installations, writing specification/procedures, performing projects and other tasks as assigned by the Manager and/or team.
• Dismantle, adjust and repair equipment according to maintenance specifications and repair manuals.
• Use schematics, hand tools, electrical gauges and common test equipment for calibration, diagnosis and repair of equipment.
• Drive solutions and guidelines by recommending and writing maintenance procedures and specifications.
• Opportunity to provide leadership to other technicians by providing training and mentoring.
• Technical experience in at least one of the following areas: WIE/Photolithography/CMP
• An AAT/AAS degree or Certificate of Completion in Electronics, electromechanical, semiconductor technology, or other technical program. Applicable experience may be substituted for a degree. Semiconductor maintenance experience required.
• Capable of standing for at least 75% of the time during any particular Shift.
• The technician must have demonstrated mechanical aptitude; this is required to learn/perform assigned maintenance tasks.
• Ability to apply technical knowledge, training and procedure comprehension to perform routine and sustaining maintenance on semiconductor manufacturing equipment in accordance with established procedures/specifications.
• Ability to comprehend and solve basic electronics, mechanical and mathematics problems.
• Ability to communicate clearly and concisely in both written and verbal format.
• Ability to work in a team environment. Individual must be self-motivated and able to interface effectively with other groups.
• Ability to certify to respirator, Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA), Arsenic and Hazardous Materials handling.
• Capable of working with and around chemicals (safety training is provided).
• Remain as shift flexible as possible as there exists the chance of being moved from the nights to the day shift (or vice versa), also must be able to work weekends as well as weekdays.
onsemi (Nasdaq: ON) is driving disruptive innovations to help build a better future. With a continued focus on the automotive and industrial end-markets, onsemi is accelerating change and driving disruptive innovation towards a sustainable ecosystem in high-growth megatrends such as vehicle electrification, advanced safety, alternative energy and factory automation. With a highly differentiated and innovative product portfolio, onsemi creates intelligent power and sensing technologies that solve the world’s most complex challenges and leads the way in creating a safer, cleaner, and smarter world. Today, the industrial and automotive end-markets are responsible for two-thirds of global greenhouse gas emissions, providing an immense opportunity for onsemi to do its part in achieving a net-zero economy with its intelligent power and sensing technologies. Climate change presents not only a risk to the environment, but also opportunities for innovative business solutions, and onsemi is committed to applying its research and design expertise and adapting its own operations to achieve net-zero emissions by 2040.
onsemi is an equal opportunity employer. The Company maintains policies and practices that are designed to prevent discrimination or harassment against any qualified applicant or employee to the extent prohibited by federal, state and local laws and regulations. By way of example, discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, citizenship, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), age, marital status, sexual orientation physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information (including test results), status as a Vietnam-era or special disabled veteran, uniform service member status, political affiliation, union membership, gender identity or gender expression, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law is prohibited.