INFICON Applications Engineer in Portland, Oregon
Deploy and Support sensor integration and FabGuard Software Platform on broad array of semiconductor process equipment..
Create recipes and data analysis of tool based sensors (data), INFICON sensors and the customer’s sensors for the purposes of Fault Detection and Classification (FDC) using FabGuard
Provide technical assistance within areas of specialty for customers.
Provide written and oral feedback to the customer on applications work including process troubleshooting, recipe development, and installation procedures.
Identify unexplored process areas where INFICON sensors and software can add value to the customer.
Provide written and oral feedback to onsite account Manager on weekly activities, customer requests, needs and requirements.
Provide onsite training on INFICON products including FabGuard FDC software, INFICON hardware usage and basic troubleshooting.
Provide installation support of INFICON equipment as needed, which includes sensors, FabGuard software and He Leak Detectors.
Computer Skills: Intermediate
Analytic/Problem Solving: Intermediate
Data Analysis: Intermediate
Organizational Skills: Novice
Team Player: Works well as a member of a group
Dedicated: Devoted to a task or purpose with loyalty or integrity
- Enthusiastic: Shows intense and eager enjoyment and interest
Work-Life Balance: Inspired to perform well by having ample time to pursue work and interests outside of work
Self-Starter: Inspired to perform without outside help
Job Security: Inspired to perform well by the knowledge that your job is safe
Goal Completion: Inspired to perform well by the completion of tasks
- 2-4 years: Min. 2 years’ experience working in a semiconductor fab environment. Understanding of semiconductor processes and vacuum basics is required.
- 2-4 years: Basic understanding of computers, networking is a plus.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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