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Fab Shift Photolithography Equipment Technician

Req Id: 123225

As a Shift Technician you are responsible for monitoring, sustaining, and improving the equipment and/or processes in the assigned area, while working in partnership with production team members and area engineers. Shift Technicians monitor tool performance, schedule and perform preventative maintenance on assigned tool sets, and use mechanical, electronic and PC/software skills to troubleshoot and repair equipment.



Responsibilities and Tasks


Equipment and Process


·  Demonstrates the necessary troubleshooting skills for area equipment


·  Use systematic approach to resolve “Long term down”, (LTD) equipment, executes long-term down action plans; understands when to escalate to the next level


·  Understand and help improve best known methods and area documentations for maintenance and recovery procedures; mentoring other team members


·  Is a contributor in KT sessions on difficult fixes and hard down situations


·  Identifies and implements procedure and documentation changes


·  Resolves recurring problems by identifying and eliminating root cause; follows up by writing equipment related ECNs and includes data to justify changes when appropriate


·  Demonstrates an understanding of the area processes and how a change in equipment conditions can affect the process


·  Collect data and mentor others to assist in Deep Dive analysis on tool performance and tool matching


·  Prioritizes tasks based on immediate area needs


·  Reacts appropriately to Tool trends or yield concerns escalated by 1st shift equipment and process owners


Methodology and Decision Making


·  Able to utilize various software’s such as Data Navigator, Klarity, SPACE, E3 for data collection and analysis


·  Regularly makes decisions regarding non-routine issues using data, guidelines, procedures, experience and judgment


Team Interaction, Communication, Coaching, Mentoring and Training


·  Ensures and mentors all technicians on accuracy and quality of documentation of work completed including passdowns, QDRs, and SPACE comments


·  Actively listens, and can restate information for clarification or further discussion between peers, customers, 1st shift, and management


·  Is a positive role model and actively drives moral in a positive direction by collaborating with team members and training others


·  Demonstrates and mentors peers on quality workmanship through attention to detail and ensuring procedural adherence


·  Provide suggestions for improvement to established training and documentation


Promote, Foster and Adhere to TPM Core Beliefs


·  Is a role model for other team members and drives improvement ideas on using TPM principles (CIPs, MTAGs, Action Items, 1 Point Lessons)


·  Adhere to core TPM beliefs for continually improving equipment effectiveness


·  Fully participate and attend TPM Team meetings and utilize the Company’s Global TPM system


·  Maintain 6S protocol in all maintenance activities


·  Engage in focus teams to resolve problems that help drive TPM metrics


Comply With Standards For Environment, Health, Safety, Security, and Business Continuity


·  Communicate any problems or safety concerns immediately through the good catch system


·  Promote a positive culture for safety by holding yourself and team members accountable to environmental programs and policies at MTV


·  Ensure all safety and environmental compliance-related work tasks are being completed in accordance to existing requirements (LOTO, audits, training, Job Hazard Analysis, use of proper PPE, evacuation procedures)


Education Requirements

AAS in Electronics, or equivalent military or semiconductor experience.  Other STEM degrees may also be considered

2 or 4 year degree in a non-Engineering STEM field such as Math, Chemistry, or Physics

We recruit, hire, train, promote, discipline and provide other conditions of employment without regard to a person's race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, pregnancy, veteran’s status, or other classifications protected under law.  This includes providing reasonable accommodation for team members' disabilities or religious beliefs and practices.Each manager, supervisor and team member is responsible for carrying out this policy. The EEO Administrator in Human Resources is responsible for administration of this policy. The administrator will monitor compliance and is available to answer any questions on EEO matters.To request assistance with the application process, please contact Micron’s Human Resources Department at 1-800-336-8918 (or 208-368-4748).Keywords: Manassas || Virginia (US-VA) || United States (US) || Frontend Manufacturing || Experienced || Regular || Engineering || Not Applicable ||
Full time
Manassas, VA 20108, US