Maintenance Technician
Suniva - Atlanta, GA

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Based in metro-Atlanta, GA, Suniva ® manufactures high-efficiency monocrystalline silicon solar cells and high-power solar modules using patented low-cost techniques. The manufacturing operation is a 24x7 facility.

Suniva is led by an internationally regarded team of business executives and photovoltaic scientists; the Company leverages exclusive licenses to critical patents and patent-pending intellectual property developed by founder and CTO Dr. Ajeet Rohatgi at the Georgia Institute of Technology's University Center of Excellence for Photovoltaic Research, which is funded by the Department of Energy. Suniva sells its advanced solar cells and modules worldwide and is dedicated to making solar generated electricity cost competitive with fossil fuels. For additional information on how Suniva is making solar more sensible in the global market, please visit .


  • Maintain process tools in manufacturing to optimal working order.
  • Follow all safety, quality and other manufacturing procedures.
  • Work effectively with equipment owners and operators to troubleshoot equipment and process problems.
  • Participate and contribute to continuous improvement and problem solving activities.
  • Working with previous and following shifts to make smooth shift transitions.
  • Attend scheduled corporate training and meetings.
  • Execute preventative maintenance schedule for all equipment.
  • Interface effectively with plant facility personnel (e.g., exhaust flows, chemical disposal).
  • Interface effectively with vendors and field service engineers.
  • Respond quickly and effectively to resolve unanticipated equipment. Problems.
  • Communicate orally, follow written specs and procedures, file reports when necessary.
  • Adhere to all safety procedures and good housekeeping standards (clean, orderly workplace).
  • Be an active member of the ERT uint.

  • Associates degree or equivalent work experience
  • Experience with trouble shooting and repairing electro-mechanical systems and components.
  • Knowledge and experience working with PLCs, vision system, vacuum systems, chemical and gasses preferred.
  • Experience and knowledge of Lean Manufacturing desirable.
  • Experience working within a system consistent with ISO-9001 or equivalent is desirable
  • Any experience with Ion Implanters a plus

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