Microchip Technology Sr. Engineer I-Process in Gresham, Oregon
Microchip Technology is seeking a qualified, motivated and creative Photo Process Engineer to join the Process Engineering Department at Microchip's Fab-4 manufacturing facility in Gresham, OR.
Duties (include but are not limited to):
Improve product yield by evaluating and implementing process improvements.
Reduce wafer manufacturing cost by qualifying and implementing cost-saving process changes.
Write and optimize equipment recipes for wafer processing.
Perform qualification tests on new equipment to increase manufacturing output.
Analyze results from metrology equipment including scanning electron microscope (SEM).
Review statistical process control (SPC) results for process variability and capability.
Troubleshoot and problem solve wafer poor yield or scrap issues.
Implement preventive procedures to avoid wafer poor yield or scrap.
Work as a team with fellow employees to improve the efficiency of the manufacturing process.
Write equipment process specifications and reports.
You must possess minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position.
5 years experience as a photolithography or equivalent semiconductor process engineer
BS/MS degree in Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Physics, Materials or equivalent.
Proficiency in written and oral communication.
May need to attend work related meetings or perform tasks on unscheduled days.
Critical Physical Requirements:
Able to lift 20 lbs; push, pull approx. 50 lbs; carry 20 lbs; sit 60%; stand 20%; walk 20%; must be able to perform activities that include climbing, bending at waist, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, crawling, handling, feeling, hearing, talking, seeing. Work environment could include slippery surfaces, noise or vibrations, mechanical hazards, electrical hazards, fumes or odors
Please submit your application online at careers.microchip.com.
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