CSM Control System Management Engineer
1. CSM/Change Management are responsible for aligning, optimizing, and troubleshooting systems setup and operations procedures with stakeholders. Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to: a. Driving projects b. Partnering with stakeholders to identify issues, benchmark for solutions, and follow-up on performance constraints c. Partnering closely with customers to conduct needs analysis and provide guidance d. Communicating and coordinating with stakeholders impacted by changes or new initiatives e. Participating on or managing projects and ensuring deliverables are completed within the required timeframe f. Evaluating the effectiveness of changes g. Serving as a consultant to stakeholders to drive continuous improvement 2. CSM/R2R run to run mission is specifically support fab process areas by providing and maintaining accurate and reliable R2R controllers. These controllers are implemented on critical process steps with systematic variation that is controllable and proves to have a return on investment for the fab. R2R Engineer gain exposure and knowledge of many semiconductor process areas in the fab as they assist them with their advanced process control needs. As node sizes continue to shrink, the work R2R Engineer do directly affects the bottom line of the entire company by providing automatic process control APC or R2R and enhanced process capability. They meet regularly with process areas and product integration to understand their tools, processes, and challenges and work with them to create process control models, strategies, and other methods for ensuring product quality. 3. CSM/FDC fault detection and classification mission is to minimize product deviation and reduce process variation through early detection of tool health issues. FDC Engineer gain exposure and knowledge of many semiconductor process areas in the fab as they assist them with their process control needs. As node sizes continue to shrink and new technology types are introduced, the work they do directly affects the bottom line of the entire company by providing scrap/excursion control, fault detection and classification FDC, and overall enhanced process capability. They meet regularly and team with process areas to understand their tools, processes, and challenges and work with them to create process control models, strategies, and other methods for ensuring quality output.
Inside this Business Group
1. Proven ability to communicate and present effectively 2. Intermediate project management skill 3. Strong time management skills 4. Proven ability to troubleshoot complex problems and address root causes 5. Advanced data extraction, analysis, and reporting skills 6. Strong partnering and teamwork skills 7. Proven ability to multi-task and prioritize multiple complex projects 8. Partnering with process areas to understanding tools, processes, and challengesEducation: MS in engineering, computer science or equivalent education. Knowledge of programming languages or scripting is preferred.
Non-Volatile Solutions Memory Group: The Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group is a worldwide organization that delivers NAND flash memory products for use in Solid State Drives (SSDs), portable memory storage devices, digital camera memory cards, and other devices. The group is responsible for NVM technology design and development, complete Solid State Drive (SSD) system hardware and firmware development, as well as wafer and SSD manufacturing.