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Equipment Engineer (Photolithography/Bake)

Equipment Engineer (Photolithography/Bake)
by Admin on 05-01-2024 at 2:33 pm

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  • Reporting to the Equipment Manager the successful candidate will work across sites with the ability to work on a range of 200mm and 300mm Semi-Conductor
  • Equipment specializing in the Photolithography and Bake department.
  • Support Operations and Technicians routinely and communicate across department teams as required.
  • As part of the Equipment team, minimize tool down time to exceed equipment uptime targets.

Key tasks

  • Work on installations, commissioning, upgrades, preventative maintenance, repairs and decommissioning of all Photolithography and Bake Equipment as required.
  • Support Production requirements and Operators in a team environment.
  • Working on a day shift with some out-of-hours or weekend support as required by business needs.
  • To review and develop training plans, documentation and helping to maintain a technical training matrix and providing training where required to team members.
  • To identify potential improvements for maintenance activities to maximise efficiency and supporting the implementation of these improvements where required.
  • To work alongside Production Planning to agree priorities and ensure demand is met.
  • Maintain tool tracking system, reports, and parts relevant for equipment overall.
  • Report and present technical reports on equipment performance excursions.
  • To support the efficient management and running of Cleanrooms activities including Health and Safety, 5S and CIP’s.
  • Secondary support for other areas such as Etch, Deposition, Metrology, BEOL and Automation.

Qualifications and training

  • HNC / HND or equivalent qualification in an Engineering Discipline.
  • Experience in Photolithography and Bake processing in a volume manufacturing environment
  • Microsoft Office / 365 Applications (Word, Excel, Power Point, etc.)
  • Experience of working within a Quality Systems environment such as ISO9000.

Skills and experience

  • Working experience within a high-volume semi-conductor manufacturing environment specifically in Photolithography Wafer Track, Stepper and Bake processes.
  • Ability to meet deadlines and manage own time and workload using excellent organisational skills.
  • Extensive use of Hand Tools and Test Equipment.
  • Strong ability to systematically fault-find on complex equipment.
  • Working as part of a team and to work alone using own initiative.
  • Able to create detailed written procedures (such as from equipment manuals) for maintenance tasks to be performed.
  • Mentoring and training of Technicians, Apprentices and Junior Engineers as required.
  • Reporting of Standard KPI’s and having input into CIP activities.
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