As an ideal candidate, you will demonstrate a strong sense of reliability and enthusiasm and will possess an attitude that embodies our core values - Integrity, Commitment, Innovation and Customer Trust. TSMC Arizona's Manufacturing Department is responsible for monitoring wafer manufacturing process, process analysis, and collaborative solutions.
Your main responsibilities include:
Work onsite in a office-based remote operations environment on 12-hour shifts in a 3-day or 4-day work week.
Similar to a command center, or a cubicle office setting, with several monitors to view the applications.
Utilize 25 software manufacturing applications to move product in our cleanroom manufacturing processes
Utilize technical aptitude, process analysis, issue escalation, monitor processing times, and work in collaborative team environment
We are an automated process that utilizes our training, SOP procedures, and structured workflows
Learn the chip manufacturing process and stay informed of procedural changes.
Monitor integrated systems in the control booth to ensure proper functioning of automated tools.
Assist in executing department daily functions, including data collection & analysis.
In charge of tool stability monitoring and partnering with supporting modules to bring unstable processes back to baseline.
Training for these positions take 6-9 months to learn which include OJT, SOP, Shadowing, Video Training, and Trainer led lessons
Manufacturing modules include Etch, YED, CVD, EPI, CMP, DIffusion, Lithography/Photo, Wet Etch, Dry Etch, and Metrology
Applicants must be legally eligible to work in the United States and have:
High school Diploma or GED required.
AAS Degree, or Technical Certificate preferred, but not required.
5 to 25 years of experience of working in a team environment with a common goal.
Some work experience and/or experience working in a manufacturing setting is preferred, but not required.
Fundamental Microsoft Excel and computer skills.
Ability to remain in a stationary position, often sitting for long periods.