Wafer Fabrication Production Technician, Level III. Process fragile Silicon wafers from start to finish with minimal supervision. Coordinates own daily work based on priorities set at weekly production meeting and availability of wafer fab equipment. Measure and record operating data, record wafer lot status in Excel wafer travelers and quality management software,
SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Start-to-Finish wafer processing of silicon MEMS devices using established processes.
- Operating cleanroom equipment including; photolithography, wet etch, dry etch, diffusion, sputtering, evaporation, optical and SEM inspection.
- Communicating status of production lots as needed with the planner and weekly at production meetings.
- Capturing and entering data into Microsoft Office files and Quality Management software.
- Quality checking product prior to delivery to Assembly Department.
- Communicating equipment failures to equipment engineering and process deviations to process engineering.
- Meeting committed delivery times.
- Notify appropriate personnel when supplies are low.
- Change out chemicals in wet process benches as required.
- Assisting with the troubleshooting of tools and in improving processes as needed.
General Duties – Percentage of time:______100%_______
Process multiple wafer lots from start to finish. Percentage of time:____80%________
Update wafer traveler with process information for each wafer lot in process , interface with planner, and participate in planning meetings. Percentage of time:____5%________
Final quality control. Percentage of time:____10%________
Other duties as requested by direct manager. Percentage of time:____5%________
Maintains a safe work environment in the Wafer Fab.
Must be able to work in a class 100 cleanroom environment, wearing gloves and full bunny suit, sitting for extended periods of time. Must handle chemicals and must work in proximity of sources of Ultraviolet light wearing personal protective equipment. Must have good vision, dexterity, and good eye-hand coordination to handle fragile wafers. Must be able to work looking through an optical microscope for extended periods of time. Must be able to lift 30 lbs.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
- Must have practical experience with and must be able to operate photolithography, wet etch, dry etch, diffusion, sputtering, evaporation, optical and SEM inspection equipment.
- Must be familiar with the Windows operating systems and with the MS Office suite, including Microsoft Excel, Word.
- Must have excellent hand and eye coordination and a steady hand to manipulate fragile wafers with tweezers under an optical microscope.
- Must be able to communicate and work well with other team members
- Must be able to read Work Instructions and follow without errors
- Must be willing to learn new techniques and processes
5+ years experience working in a wafer fab production environment. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. High School Diploma required. Some College preferred.
Bruker Corporation offers a comprehensive and competitive benefits package including medical, dental, 401(k), paid vacation, holidays, and tuition assistance (as applicable).
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