Facebook AR/VR Display and Optics Group is seeking a capable and dynamic semiconductor Equipment Engineer to join our Pilot Cleanroom facility in Redmond, WA. Your job will be to support a world-class operation tasked with developing and scaling segment defining components. You will be responsible for executional aspects of a large Pilot facility ensuring the teams have the resources and support available to meet product milestone objectives and support product development. You will be an individual contributor reporting to an equipment engineering process team.
- Ownership of a specific wafer fab sector for sustainment of daily operations and development activity.
- Responsible for performing scheduled and un-scheduled maintenance on wafer fabrication equipment.
- Use metrics (Availability, MTBF, Variability) to drive improvement activities on hardware, maintenance, and overall operation.
- Work closely with team leadership to prioritize job tasks.
- Work closely with leadership, peers, operators and engineering teams to deeply understand root cause of failure and use those learnings to continuously improve equipment availability to meet production goals.
- Work with vendors, field service and technical representatives, which may include attendance in classes, seminars, vendor training.
- Attend shift pass-down meetings and communicate daily activities.
- Train and support process engineers and technicians.
- Document all work performed on equipment.
- Adhere to all company safety protocols.
- 3+ years experience in high volume semiconductor environment.
- BS degree in engineering, physics or chemistry, or equivalent technical education.
- Demonstrated experience collaborating through experimentation and driving toward standardized methods.
- Mechanical, electronic, and troubleshooting experience.
- Workplace soft experience.
- Communication experience.
- Fluency in English.
- Experience navigating and operating computers.
- Knowledge of MS Office programs.
- Must be physically capable of standing/walking up to 12 hours per shift and lift up to 60 pounds.
- Must be physically capable of supporting equipment maintenance that requires occasionally bending, twisting, kneeling, reaching, squatting, etc.
- Must be able to wear a respirator and other personal protective equipment (PPE) for possible work handling hazardous materials.
- Experience with chemical handing & disposal protocols.
- Flexibility to adapt to rapidly changing priorities and responsibilities.
- Hands-on participation and strong sense of ownership.
- Ability to work under minimum supervision in a fast paced, pilot production environment.
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