IMO (Intel Mask Organization) is looking for Process engineer to develop, sustain and ramp, new technologies using state of the art equipment and materials. They will drive rapid continuous improvements in safety, quality, yield, reliability, cost, process stability/capability, and productivity while maintaining rigorous CE (Copy exactly) and best tool matching within Intel factory network.
Job duties include sustaining ownership of day-to-day operations, equipment troubleshooting and guiding/mentoring technicians across all shifts to deliver best-in-class results for tool availability, and performance.
The job also includes developing solutions to problems utilizing formal education, statistical knowledge, and problem-solving tools as well as developing strategy to prevent the problem from recurring in future.
Behavioral traits for this position include good communication skills, self-direction, integrity, good teamwork as well as leadership skills, strong problem solving, and attention to detail. Responds to customer/client requests or events as they occur. Develops solutions to problems utilizing formal education and judgement.
This is an entry level position.
The applicant may be required to go on site occasionally as the work demands upon approval and will otherwise remain remote during COVID19 restrictions. On-site presence will be required once restrictions are lifted.
Looking for local candidates specifically.
Day shift however may need flexibility too work a modified schedule- Mon-Friday Noon to 9pm if needed.
- MS in Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Material Science, Microelectronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Optical Engineering, Chemistry or Physics.
- Must be able to work modified shifts as needed to support Intel business needs.
- Applicant must have a legal right to work in the US without sponsorship
- 1+ year experience with design of experiment (DOE) principles.
- 2+ year experience in data analysis (examples include: JMP, SPC, MATLAB, Mathematica)
- 1+ year experience in one or more semiconductor or photomask fabrication processes (writer, coater, etcher, inspection/repair or metrology)
- provided by Dice