As an Intel Facilities Automation and Controls Technician, you will play a significant role in helping to develop the world's most revolutionary processors. In this position, you will be performing a wide variety of duties in support of a semiconductor manufacturing plant (Fab). The successful candidate will be required to work a compressed work week schedule.
Your responsibilities will include but is not limited to:
• Availability to respond and support all operational user needs during emergencies and weekends
• Working with cross discipline team (mechanical, process, waste, electrical, UPW, etc) to troubleshoot and or upgrade system parameters.
• Working with PLC hardware and any low voltage peripheral components
• Developing and performing programming procedures within our PLC systems and data acquisition software.
• Maintaining and improving the performance of new control loops and maintenance of associated panels.
• Working with a preventive maintenance program and all associated hardware and software.
• Supporting and maintaining established system standards and documentation for process control loops and analytical equipment.
• Commissioning, startups and system integration of new facilities systems.
• AA/AS degree or equal job related experience +5 year in Industrial automation platforms, including Cimplicity, Rockwell Automation PLC products or knowledge of other Facility Management Systems (PLC & SCADA & BMS).
• 5+ years of experience with process systems troubleshooting skills.
• 1+ years of experience with servers, operating systems, databases, and networking (Ethernet, DH+, ControlNet, Modbus).
• This U.S. position is open to U.S. Workers Only. A U.S. Worker is someone who is either a U.S. Citizen, U.S. National, U.S. Lawful Permanent Resident, or a person granted Refugee or Asylum status by the U.S. Government. Intel will not sponsor a foreign national for this position.
• Knowledgeable in facilities systems infrastructure, operations, design, and commissioning
• Knowledgeable in related operation, design, and construction standard practices.
• Ability to maintain detailed accurate records and prepare necessary reports.
• Knowledge and ability to review P&ID and schematic design drawings is a plus but not required
• IOT/Wireless control systems knowledge and experience is a plus but not required.
• Industrial Ethernet networking experience is a plus
• Knowledge of field instrumentation (i.e. flow and level transmitters, control valves, etc.) is a competitive advantage but is not a requirement.
• ISA or NIST technical certifications is a competitive advantage but is not a requirement.
• Oregon electrical license of any level is a competitive advantage but is not a requirement.
Contact Person: David Ashley
Location: Aloha - Oregon
Application Method: Email
Base Pay: based on experience