As a 150mm LED Production Operator at Micron Technology, Inc you will be responsible for running product on tools and maintaining overall production efficiencies of assigned workstations. In this environment you will help manufacture our products through a variety of mechanical, electrical, and chemical processes. As you work in this fast-paced, team-oriented workplace, you will use your multitasking skills to do things such as operating several pieces of equipment at the same time, maintain tool qualifications, monitor tool operations and escalate production issues or problems. A mindset of continuous improvement is a must. In this role you will be in a manufacturing cleanroom and on your feet for extended periods of time. You can expect to interact regularly with production and engineering staff members and will be required to prepare, deliver and receive passdowns to other shifts. Previous manufacturing experience is preferred but not required.
Your responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
Maintaining workstation efficiency.
Maintaining quality and contributing to continuous improvement.
Maintaining tool qualifications (Quals) and test wafer inventories.
Processing Special Work Requests (SWRs).
Managing hold lots.
Supporting area training and documentation.
Successful candidates for this position will have:
Basic math skills
The ability to effectively communicate in written and spoken English, including the ability to accurately read and interpret verbal and written instructions, communicate workstation and product status, communicate tool/process issues with technicians, and clarify questions to ensure understanding.
The ability to work in a clean room or an electro-static discharge (ESD) sensitive environment (due to the delicate nature of our products, manufacturing areas are kept particle-free and static-free to avoid damage to our products). In the clean room, workers are required to wear a full-body jumpsuit over their regular clothes, booties over their shoes, gloves, a head covering and a face mask. In the ESD-sensitive environment, workers are required to wear a smock and booties over regular clothes.
The willingness to work any shift, which includes weekends, nights, and holidays. (Shifts are 12-hours, with work weeks that alternate between three and four days. The shifts typically run from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. for the day shift and from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. for the night shift, with some variations).
HS Diploma or equivalent
May 25, 2012
Jun 25, 2012
Micron - 22 months ago
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