Job Family Overview

Manufacturing Process Engineers help develop the most efficient means for semiconductor manufacturing, enabling microprocessors to do more with less—less energy, fewer resources, and smaller real estate. Process Engineers, along with Yield and Equipment Engineers, monitor and control wafer fabrication and product performance; manage tool productivity, maintenance, and yields; conduct data analysis to improve processes; and manage quality measurement. Partnering with other engineers, you will take a demanding set of functions and turn them into computing technology that transforms how humanity works, plays, learns, and communicates. If you are looking for a position where you can make a real impact on the tech world and people’s experiences, this is the team for you.

An Insight into What You'll Do

As a Manufacturing Process Engineer, you will design the layout for processes such as laminating, etching, plating, roughening, mechanical drilling, laser drilling, photolithography, and other material processing operations. Additionally, you will plan the sequence of operations and specify procedures for preparing basic material.

In this role you will also:

  • Exercise judgment incompromising between conflicting requirements, economic evaluation of methods, and operator effectiveness and comfort.
  • Conduct tests and measurements throughout   the production process to determine control over variables such as temperature, density, specific gravity, pressure, and viscosity.
  • Establish and submit processing requirements for the design and acquisition of processing equipment.
  • Respond to customer and client requests or events as they occur.
  • Use your expertise to develop solutions as necessary.

An Insight into What You'll Bring

We seek professionals with technical expertise on wafer fabrication process and equipment who possess a bachelor’s or master’s degree in Materials Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Optical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics, Physics, or related field.