Manufacturing Equipment Maintenance Technician
This job opportunity is ideal for separating / newly separated E-4 to E-6 personnel with an electronics military occupational specialty background. Navy Combat Systems Ratings have proven particularly suited.
BLUF: We seek a Manufacturing Equipment Maintenance Technician (Thin Films) who will be responsible for multiple activities in support of manufacturing, to join our client’s facility located in Pocatello, ID.
Military Talent Source seeks a Manufacturing Equipment Maintenance Technician (Thin Films) who will be responsible for multiple activities in support of manufacturing including: maintenance of semiconductor equipment, processes and measurement tools. Our client is a Fortune 500 semiconductors supplier company. Products include power and signal management, logic, discrete, and custom devices for automotive, communications, computing, consumer, industrial, LED lighting, medical, military/aerospace and power applications. Client runs a network of manufacturing facilities, sales offices and design centers in North America, Europe, and the Asia Pacific regions.
Must be available and able to work night shifts, rotating 3-day on/3-day off schedule. (Candidate will need to be flexible to train on day shift)
Responsibilities & Duties:
- Ability to troubleshoot, repair, maintain, and perform preventative maintenance procedures on equipment used in the manufacture of semiconductor devices.
- Work in an environment where toxic gas, high voltage, and kinetic energy hazards exist.
- Work as part of a team, with operators and engineers to identify problems and their solutions.
- Apply knowledge of fundamental concepts and practices of electronics and microelectronics, as well as statistical process control concepts, to maintenance of semiconductor equipment and processes.
- Demonstrated mechanical aptitude; this is required to learn/perform assigned maintenance tasks.
- Work in a cleanroom where the purity of the air must be kept at a maximum level for the protection of the in-process wafers. Must be able to adhere to strict apparel regulations that prohibit the use of perfume, cologne, hairspray, fingernail polish, and make-up of any kind; also prohibited is the wearing of contact lenses, dresses and any open toe or heel shoes.
- Troubleshoot and repair electromechanical systems that include servo motors and controllers, stepper motors and controllers, AC motors and controllers, and DC motors and controllers.
- Troubleshoot and repair electro pneumatic systems that include solenoid valves, gate valves, high vacuum isolation valves, and pneumatic logic circuits.
- Work within a clean room environment that requires the wearing of a smock, hood, booties, latex/nitrile gloves and safety glasses.
- Requires the use of airline respirator.
- Requires occasional wearing of personal protective equipment including, but not limited to: aprons, gauntlets, and full face masks.
Education, Experience & Certifications:
- Associate’s degree in electronic or electromechanical sciences or equivalent; or military electronic degree/background.
Qualifications & Skills:
- Previous equipment maintenance background is preferred.
- Capable of standing for at least 75% of the time during any particular shift.
- Capable of working with and around chemicals (safety training is provided).
- Shift Flexibility
- Capable of cross training (learning more than one job or operation) and multi tasking.
- Organization skills and the ability to prioritize one’s work.
Client offers excellent benefits.
Equal Opportunity Employer.
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