Samsung Electronics America Photo Operations Technician (298748) in Austin, Texas
Photo Operations Technician (298748)
Samsung Austin Semiconductor, LLC ,Austin Texas
Jan 30, 2017
Summary / Overview:
Photo Process Sustainer
Specific Job Duties:
Performing routine process monitoring, adjustments and qualification in a high-speed, high-throughput manufacturing environment.
Communicating with engineers, other technicians and manufacturing personnel
Become able to perform the change point management task set.
Disposition lots, identifying the critical failures that imply bigger problems. Fix those problems or document and escalate.
Participating and/or lead in continuous improvement efforts.
Collect data using standard metrology equipment and report results
Necessary Skills / Attributes
Education, Training, Certification(s) and Minimum # Years Required:
2 year technical degree, equivalent military or semiconductor experience
3+ years experience in Semiconductor Manufacturing or Process Technician experience.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Software, Tools: (List MOST important requirements first. Then list soft skills and desired (but not required), experience.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Positive attitude and work ethic.
Proficient with data analysis tools, such as complex spreadsheets
Able to learn concepts quickly.
Flexibility and adaptability to work well within a team or independently under minimal supervision as conditions require.
Understanding of semiconductor wafer processing fundamentals
Samsung Austin Semiconductor (SAS) is one of the most advanced semiconductor manufacturing facilities in the United States. SAS produces digital LSI logic components for tablets, smart phones, and other mobile devices. In August, 2012, SAS invested $4 billion to accommodate full System LSI production, bringing our total investment in Austin to more than $17 billion. With 2400 employees and 2.3M square feet of space, SAS is producing a full range of design rule devices. Since 1997, SAS has been at the forefront of manufacturing technology, enabling the world's digital devices to operate at their highest performance.