Logic Technology Development Manufacturing Technician
Intel Corporation's state of the art processes and products give you the opportunity to learn a variety of technical and manufacturing skills, from operations to equipment repair and troubleshooting, in a demanding and challenging production environment.
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As a Manufacturing Equipment Technician, you will be responsible for technical and maintenance work to maintain safety, quality, output, and cost performance of the manufacturing factory. In addition, you will support engineering and manufacturing activities aligned to factory priorities.
Manufacturing Equipment Technicians operate, maintain, and repair specialized processing equipment inside a clean room environment. It includes performing operational tasks, preventative maintenance, and troubleshooting to determine problems with equipment used in the manufacturing process.
Manufacturing Equipment Technicians may also conduct engineering tests and detailed experimental testing to collect data or assist in process development. Both operations and maintenance functions require proficiency in multi-tasking and basic computer skills. Work assignments are semi-routine in nature and the work is performed within defined parameters.
Candidates must be willing to:
- Regularly lift to 25 lbs.
- Wear closed toe shoes for the duration of shift.
- Walk 3-5 miles and stand or sit for up to 9 hours within a shift.
- Push carts for a distance of at least 500 m
- Climb and perform work on ladders or at heights.
- Spend the majority of work time (more than 90% less break time) in a clean room environment working on tool sets, processing wafers, and standing or sitting for extended periods of time.
- Work in a clean room environment wearing a gown, hood, booties, safety glasses and gloves for the duration of shift.
- Work on a night or day shift compressed work week schedule. Shifts are twelve hours long and rotate from three to four days a week.
The ideal candidate must proficiently:
- Perform Preventative Maintenance or troubleshooting on production equipment.
- Read schematics and drawings or diagrams.
- Perform detailed visual inspection tasks.
- Use job specific fixtures, basic hand tools, and potentially airline supplied respirators.
A successful candidate should also exhibit the following behavioral traits:
- Demonstrated strong communication skills. Be comfortable presenting issues and solutions.
- Work well in a diverse team environment.
- Work with minimal supervision and adjust to rapidly changing priorities.
- Produce quality results in a timely manner.
- Discipline and an ability to self-motivate.
- Strong analytical problem solving and testing skills.
- Effective use of constructive confrontation to address issues.
- This job posting is applicable for all Manufacturing Equipment Technician experience levels and compensation will be adjusted accordingly.
- Candidate must be able to start within 6 months of receiving the offer.
- Candidate must have the legal right to work in the United States. Intel does not provide Visa sponsorship for this position.
Candidates must meet at least one of the following minimum requirements:
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- An Associates or Bachelor's degree in a STEM field related to semiconductor manufacturing. Candidate must possess the degree or expect to complete the required degree by employment start date.
- 3+ years of equivalent military training in Mechanics / Machinists / Electronics / Avionics / Automotive Mechanics / Maintenance / EOD / Equipment / Repairers / Systems / Technician / Sonar Training.
- 3+ years of experience where preventative maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting are a primary job requirement for the position.
- 4+ months of experience supporting equipment troubleshooting, installation, qualification, repair, or operations in semiconductor manufacturing technology.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, religious creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, military and veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, gender, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by local law, regulation, or ordinance.