PCVD Equipment Technician - Boise, ID

Employer: Micron

Job Description:
Our vision is to transform how the world uses information to enrich life for all. Join an inclusive team passionate about one thing: using their expertise in the relentless pursuit of innovation for customers and partners. The solutions we build help make everything from virtual reality experiences to breakthroughs in neural networks possible. We do it all while committing to integrity, sustainability, and giving back to our communities. Because doing so can fuel the very innovation we are pursuing.

The Shift Equipment Technician is responsible for monitoring, sustaining, and improving the equipment in their assigned area, while working in partnership with Shift Ops team members, area equipment engineers and tool vendors. Shift Equipment Technicians monitor tool performance, schedule and perform preventative maintenance on assigned tool sets, and use mechanical, electronic and PC/software skills to troubleshoot and repair equipment issues. Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Safety & Quality:
Completes all required safety training and conducts all work in accordance with safety policies and regulations
Follows-up on safety and quality related issues immediately and works towards resolution with stakeholders
Performs and facilitates audits and submits good catches on safety issues
Proactively reduces incidents of personal injuries, safety hazards or environmental releases
Operates and maintains tools according to documentation and guidelines to ensure safety and quality expectations are met
Creates and modifies equipment procedures via approved TD change management methods

Communication & Collaboration:
Collaborates with supervisor and areas leaders to create personal performance and development goals
Partners with 1st Shift Engineers and Shift Engineers/Technicians to execute to daily priorities
Proactively communicates issues that could cause yield loss, excursions, defects, tool restrictions, or output loss
Ensures pass down is updated and accurately reflects the work performed and tool current statuses
Communicates current/upcoming tools issues and mitigation plans

Technical/Data Analysis:
Provides troubleshooting support for equipment-related problems and address root causes
Provides effective and timely support to resolve equipment issues and is highly engaged in key problem resolution
Supports a culture of TPM including TPM metrics, WS health reports, CIP items, MTAGs, MOP documents and restoration guides
Escalates inventory issues to the 1st shift team including ATIR, dead inventory, kitting BOMs, spare, etc.
Assists with equipment installs and engineering tests
Drives to increase tool uptime through systematic problem solving and troubleshooting
Assists 1st shift engineering and shift teams with long-term down equipment
Identifies and reduces tool-generated defects to improve quality
Identifies and resolves chronic equipment alarm issues
Improves tool availability by finding solutions to ongoing problems
Owns shift equipment performance metrics
Creates reports summarizing equipment availability, variability, and cost reduction projects

Project Management/Planning:
Partners with equipment engineers and 1st shift owners to develop, prioritize, and manage projects
Manages projects to ensure deliverables are completed within the required scope, schedule and budget
Tracks actions and provides escalation path or resources to ensure actions will be completed on time
Supports department business processes for new tool installations, modifications and removals

Successful Candidates must have the following Qualifications:
Knowledge of AC/DC circuits, including: fundamentals of electricity, and basic electronic components and circuits
Strong mechanical aptitude with the ability to understand and troubleshoot mechanical systems
Vacuum system knowledge and the ability to troubleshoot may be required in some areas
Proven ability to use schematic diagrams to troubleshoot systems to components level
Intermediate PC skills including a familiarity with MS Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Ariba, ETO, SPACE, DataNav, and E3
Intermediate understanding of the process flow related to area equipment
Strong problem-solving skills and the ability to efficiently organize tasks
Strong partnering, negotiation and teamwork skills
Intermediate understanding of the Fab process areas including area processing equipment
Basic knowledge of the main utility systems supplied by the Facilities group
Strong understanding of SPC principles
Basic data extraction, analysis, and reporting skills
Proven ability in multi-tasking complex projects and enjoy working in a fast pace environment
Proven ability to troubleshoot basic problems and address root causes
Basic understanding of physics, area chemistry, and algebraic concepts
Demonstrated analytical problem solving skills
Proven time management, organization, and prioritization skills
Proven ability to troubleshoot issues related to process flows
Proven ability to follow procedures and work with minimal supervision
Flexible with job responsibilities and shift assignments

Education & Experience
Required: AAS in Electronics or equivalent experience.

Contact Person: Maggie Baker
Phone:
Email: maggiebaker@microm.com
Location: Boise, ID
Application Method: Resume
Base Pay: DOQ

Posted on October 22, 2021

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