TechnicianListed on: 12/3/2019 6:55:00 AMPST
Description: The Engineering Operations Group is looking for an experienced technician to keep our semiconductor equipment up and qualified. Responsibilities will include preventative maintenance, trouble shooting and repair. The equipment is located both inside and outside of a clean room environment. The fleet of equipment includes; but is not limited to: films, metals, lithography, chemical mechanical polish, reactive ion etch, wets, furnaces, ion implant metrology and microscopes.
Requirements: *A. Equipment trouble shooting, repair and maintenance. (Candidate must have electro-mechanical skills). Understanding of vacuum systems with the ability to leak check using a helium leak checker. *B. Coordination of vended field service engineers. Must be able to submit purchase request, ability to schedule repair vendors, escort vendors on site and ensure equipment was repaired correctly & close out the visit. *C. Identify, purchase, receive and inventory spare parts. *D. Update the equipment status tracking system in real time and brief management at least 2X per day on equipment status. *E. Vacuum pump forelines and exhaust drops: inspect, remove, clean, replace. *F. Vacuum pumps: troubleshoot vacuum system problems, disconnect/reconnect electric, cooling water, nitrogen, forelines and exhaust lines. Remove new pumps from pallets, install used pumps on pallets. Retrieve from and return pumps to our loading dock. *G. Exhaust Effluent Scrubbers: inspect upstream, downstream and internal. Disassemble and rebuild. Clean contaminated parts that are deemed salvageable, replace failed components. *H. Toxic Gas Bottle Changes: assist IBM lead person. Retrieve full bottles and return empty bottles to our hazardous storage facility. Retrieve and return all necessary equipment needed prior to and after a cylinder change. *I. Semiconductor Equipment: Assist with chamber wipe downs. Replace particle traps. General electrical and mechanical troubleshooting. *2. Basic Skills, clearances and other elements required, in order of importance, and number of years’ experience, where applicable, in each skill: Priority 1 *Education: AAS preferred but not necessary if life experience dictates otherwise *Electro-Mechanical skills *Use of digital multi-meters *Use of thermocouples *Vacuum systems knowledge; mechanical, turbo and cryo pumps *Helium leak checking *Proficient with Microsoft Office *Strong written and verbal communications skills *MUST be organized and a multitasker *Ability to think and act ahead to prevent unplanned equipment failure L.J. Gonzer Associates is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status. L.J. Gonzer Associates is committed to diversity and inclusion in its recruitment process and work place environment. L. J. Gonzer Associates is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.