Waferfab Technician - Day 1 Shift
Posted on Feb 20, 2021 by GlobalFoundries
Essential Responsibilities\: Work in a cleanroom environment, wearing cleanroom attire on a 12 hour shift.Day shift position - D1 shiftAdhere to all processes and procedures and process wafers using these procedures.Set up and operate equipment per Standard Operating Procedures.Monitor, control and qualify 300mm semiconductor equipment.React to error messages of factory systems and/or equipment and resolve error or seek assistance.Work in a team environment to meet production goals.Demonstrate personal learning by achieving certifications.Perform all activities in a safe and responsible manner and support all Environmental, Health, Safety & Security requirements and programsQualification:
Required Qualifications\:Education\: High School Diploma or GED EquivalentExperience - 2-4 years of relevant work experiencePhysical Capacity Demands - Clean Room, Extended Standing and WalkingMust be comfortable with wearing a cleanroom suit, facemask and glovesAbility to lift up to 30 pounds on a periodic basis throughout the shiftMust have basic computer and email skillsLanguage Fluency - English (Written & Verbal)Team player
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