Equipment Maintenance Tech
Performs semiconductor manufacturing and support equipment s preventive maintenance, corrective maintenance, upgrades, and modifications as assigned within the wafer fabrication and finishing areas.
- Capable of demonstrating a working knowledge of problem solving, fault finding, and analysis using a range of standard practices and techniques.
- Possesses a working knowledge of job specific technical theory and practices, basic knowledge of general theory and analysis techniques.
- Reads and understands electronic, electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and facilities schematics. Has the ability to repair electronic circuitry to the board level.
- Understands and is technically capable using various types of commercial and vendor proprietary software in the process of repairing production equipment.
- Maintains hazardous and inert gas handling systems to include cylinder changes.
- Orders parts and materials that are required to complete assigned tasks.
- Helps to train fellow technicians on tasks they are certified to do.
- Basic understanding of chemistry and the hazards of working with and around chemicals.
- Occasional lifting of objects of up to 70 pounds.
- Repairs and maintains chemical and solvent handling equipment.
- Repairs and calibrates process equipment requiring high vacuum equipment and associated support systems.
- Assists the Equipment Engineers and Senior Equipment Maintenance Technicians.
- Responsible for spare and repair parts ordering.
- Performs daily checks and inspections.