Acara is looking for Test Technicians on with Strong Computer Skills with one of our biggest Semiconductor Manufacturers in Tualatin, OR.
Pay Rate: $26+/hr.
Duration: 2 years
Shift: FED, BED,FEN, BEN (compressed schedule)
Day Hours: 5am - 5:30pm
Night Hours: 5pm- 5:30am
General Position Summary:
Production Test Tech IIIs perform setup and testing/calibration of semiconductor Wafer Fabrication Equipment (WFE). They utilize a variety of tools, diagnostic equipment and computer-based testing instructions to ensure that equipment meets design specifications and customer requirements. Test Tech IIIs prepare technical reports and summarize findings related to technical problems experienced while testing and troubleshooting circuits, components, instruments, and mechanical assemblies. Test Tech IIIs may assist in identifying deficiencies in processes/procedures. They escalate production issues to lead technicians, supervisors and engineering, ensuring productivity goals are met.
Works on multiple product types
Participates in basic to semi-complex projects which require judgment and initiative and completes tasks in creative and effective ways, understands implications of work and makes recommendations for solutions
Access and update Configuration Editor settings by utilizing sales order/BOM (SAP); identifying components on tool by visually inspecting the tool and reviewing the pass down; cross-reference with sister tools; and utilizing all resources available
Measure resistance/continuity/voltage by using digital multi-meters.
Create detailed MFG tasks covering skipped steps, document abnormal conditions and tool reminder
Set up specialized equipment (leak checker/dummy load/bird watt meter/VI Probe) by gathering required fixtures from on the floor shelves/storage bins
Provide feedback on work instructions utilizing the redline process
- Provide suggestions/improvements for testing by communicating verbally and in writing with Manufacturing Engineers
- Write tasks on non-conformance issues internal (NCi's) by creating NCi's and coordinating with PSS as required
- Identify issue/access traceability to determine how it should have been done; decide if rework is doable by Test Technician or if an Assembly Tech or other department is required; escalate as needed.
- Perform leak checks (vacuum, water, pressure decay) by utilizing appropriate equipment (i.e. fixtures) and procedures (Cell Fusion and KM Matrix); verify check completed by utilizing the proper indicator (I-mark, gauge, etc.).
- Indicate tasks are complete by utilizing I-marking, SQIP marks, and use of Swagelok go/no go gauges.
- Understand tool status and find tool information by utilizing various SAP commands and set up specialized equipment by gathering required fixtures from on the floor shelves/storage bins.
- Report/Document/Review Tool status and use the proper escalation path
- May be a Lead Technician with assistance
Perform LOTO procedures by isolating energy sources with a LOTO device and following ZEST protocols
Adheres to personal and product safety guidelines by donning PPE and following safety and clean room procedures
Perform Risk Management By Walking Around (RMBWA) inspections and document, correct and/or escalate safety issues/hazards to appropriate individuals/departments
Effective written and verbal communication skills in English
Develop constructive and cooperative working relationships with others including peers and supervisors, and maintaining them over time in person, by telephone, or in written form.
Provides information and responds in a timely manner to supervisors and co-workers by telephone/written form/e-mail/in person to ensure workflow and keep to the production schedule
- Actively participate in meetings and training
- Identify and communicate production issues both verbally and in writing
- Communicate verbally and written system status during shift passdown
- Associates degree in electronics or related field required and/or equivalent military experience that includes electronics, such as avionics technician
- Typically requires 2-4 years of semiconductor capital equipment industry
Must be able to perform the following:
- Squat, kneel, walk, climb, stand and operate in ergonomically- challenging positions for over 50% of the time as well as have the ability to lift 35 pounds.
- Distinguish between colors for wire identification
- Maintain a clean and organized workspace following 5S procedures
- Exert yourself physically over 12-plus hour shifts, often in tight conditions while wearing cleanroom attire
- Work in a fast paced and time-sensitive environment
- Able to perform repetitive motions
- The information contained herein is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of the duties and responsibilities of the job, nor are they intended to be an all-inclusive list of the skills and abilities required to do the job.
- Management may, at its discretion, assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time