Manufacturing / Engineering Technician - Night Shift


On Site
Depends on Experience
Contract - W2


fab support
wSPC charts

Job Details

Job Title: Manufacturing / Engineering Technician - Night Shift

Duration: 12+ Months (Possibility of Extension)

Location: Albany, NY

Anticipated number of hours per week: 36hr week 1 (Sun, Wed, Thu 6:30pm to 7am) and 48 hrs per week 2 (Mon, Tue, Fri, Sat 6:30pm to 7am)

Job Description:

Our client s Research program has a need for an engineering Technician. This engineer will provide on-site hands-on fab support. The selected candidate will work directly with equipment owners and operators to track daily tool problems, troubleshoot force completes, track control charts, and execute engineering experiments. This job requires candidate to work 12-hour night shift on alternate week shift. Week 1 (Mon, Tue, Fri, Sat 6:30pm to 7am each day) & Week 2 (Sun, Wed, Thu 6:30pm to 7am each day)

Job Duties:

  • Job Duty 1 - Own daily equipment execution resolve wafer force completes look at equipment logs, assess the alarm, communicate to engineering team.
  • Job Duty 2 - Analyze particle level or metal contamination or etch rate or deposition rate failure, collect maps and elemental information, document and share with engineering team - Address any other manufacturing concern.
  • Job Duty 3 Track wSPC or control charts to highlight trends and potential excursions to engineering team.
  • Job Duty 4 Hands on in fab support. Support experiments, engineering work on equipment and the operations baseline for advanced semiconductor technology development.
  • Job Duty 5 Attend daily operations meeting to provide update on tools.
  • Job Duty 6 Create equipment recipes, manage recipe requests, request equipment monitors, place tool inhibits or exceptions, maintain equipment operating procedure, protect fab from excursions.
  • Job Duty 7 Create and maintain wSPC charts.
  • Job Duty 8 Create Routes that included adding branches, modifying DC definitions for tool monitors.
  • Job Duty 9 Use SiView Specification manager to support tools.
  • Job Duty 10 Inhibit and un-inhibit recipes, lots, wafers as needed to enable partial tool production.
  • Job Duty 11 Create recipes on equipment.
  • Job Duty 12 Maintain sub-fab cabinets, utilities, or units that support equipment. This involves troubleshooting.
  • Job Duty 13 Work with vendor to document all equipment related fails, communicated to equipment engineer and drive defined actions by working with operations team.

Basic Skills, clearances and other elements required, in order of importance, and number of years experience, where applicable, in each skill:

  • Strong teamwork skills
  • Ability to manage time/resources well.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills required.
  • Strong computer skills with 2+ years experience with Microsoft office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc)
  • Minimum Associate degree in chemistry, physics, or engineering

Other Skills Desired but are not required, Years in each skill, where applicable:

  • Fab experience (1+ years)
  • Equipment troubleshooting skills (1+ years)
  • Knowledge of or ability to learn SiView, web-based specification process controls (1+ years)