Uses variety of hand tools, test equipment and fixtures to test Wafer Fabrication Equipment (WFE)
● Read and navigate electronic work instructions (Cell Fusion) and schematics
● Assist with audits through visual inspection and verifying checklists
● Measure/record temperature, pressure, voltage, resistance, continuity and other measurements using digital multimeters, IR guns and other test equipment during testing and troubleshooting
● Inspect parts for acceptance and correct or escalate as required; communicate issues with leads and supervisors.
● Indicate tasks are complete by utilizing I-marking, SQIP marks, and use of Swagelok go/no go gauges.
● Perform leak checks (vacuum, water lines, connections and compotents, pressure decay) by utilizing appropriate equipment (i.e. fixtures) and procedures (Cell Fusion and KM Matrix); verify check completed by utilizing the proper indicator (I-mark, gauge, etc.).
● Install components/hardware by referring to drawings and Cell Fusion procedures; identify/position/assemble required parts according to instructions and utilizing correct hand tools and fixtures; escalate non-conforming parts and procedures as needed.
● Resolve source inspection findings by troubleshooting/performing rework. Identify issue, access traceability to determine how it should have been done.
Associates degree in electronics or related field required and/or equivalent military experience that includes electronics, such as avionics technician
Typically requires a minimum of 1-2 years of semiconductor capital equipment industry
Must be able to:
•Squat, kneel, walk, climb, stand
and operate in ergonomically
challenging positions for over 50%
of the time as well as have the
ability to lift 35 pounds.
•Distinguish between colors for wire
•Maintain a clean and organized
workspace fol lowing 5S procedures
•Exert yourself physically over 12
plus hour shifts, often in tight
conditions while wearing cleanroom
•Work in a fast paced and time
•Able to perform repetitive motions
•Provide flexibility and
responsiveness for changing
priorities including but not limited to
rework, overtime and potential
limited travel to other
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