Advanced Equipment and Process Technician

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At HP, we exist to amaze. Through the people we hire, the experiences we enable, the way we treat our customers and each other and ultimately through the technology we create. Advanced Equipment and Process Technicians support R&D inkjet development through maintenance and repairs of semi-automated tooling, equipment and processes.

Please note that this position will be working non-standard shift hours (swing or graveyard shift)

Advanced Equipment and Process Technicians are responsible for creating, developing, and documenting process technology and tooling solutions including modifying detailed documentation and drawings from layouts or notes. They work with cross-functional partners to ensure the accuracy of proposed requests and solutions that meet design standards, coordinating design criteria with various groups as necessary to ensure successful execution of assignments. They are expected to leverage electrical/mechanical skills to contribute to design modifications, facilitate continuous improvement of technology, process, tools, and products as well as be able to troubleshoot, repair and maintain existing processes and tooling.

In this role advanced technicians will lead work center improvement efforts, drive cost saving innovations, and develop and mentor lower level technicians. Solutions to line down events that are brought about by tooling and/or process are produced by advanced technicians and the groups that they lead.

Technicians support R&D and Manufacturing by performing FAB (integrated circuit manufacturing cleanroom) duties including line management, overseeing SPC (process control) data and making quality and priority decisions to meet manufacturing/development program timelines. This support includes but is not limited to: ensuring all line processes and equipment meet safety and ergonomic guidelines, tasks are completed and documented efficiently and on time according to partner priorities, tool curator responsibilities are met to ensure tools produce reliable results that meet established quality standards, a collaborative work environment is maintained, communications and interactions with partners occurs frequently to ensure quality of parts and information, and knowledge and experience is used to drive continuous improvement.

Education and Experience:

  • AA/AS degree in chemical, mechanical, computer, electronics or similar technology or equivalent combination of education and job experience.
  • Ability to work in a fast paced, R&D environment with continuous change, challenging program schedules and urgent timelines.
  • Ability to work closely with technician leads and engineering business partners to meet line goals.
  • Solid background in troubleshooting and repair of electro-mechanical systems, computer automated systems, manufacturing processes or similar.


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