Shift Equipment Technician

IM Flash - Lehi, UT3.7

Full-time
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Overview
Shift Technicians monitor tool performance, schedule and perform preventative maintenance on assigned tool sets, and troubleshoot and repair equipment issues. Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Completing all required safety training and conducting all work in accordance with IM Flash safety policies
Assisting equipment owners in non routine activities
Providing content for, and submitting updates for controlled documentation
Engaging in systematic troubleshooting
Minimizing tool down-time and variability to increase tool availability
Documenting maintenance activities in check sheets and tracking programs
Monitoring, analyzing, and addressing SPC issues
Supporting and maintaining TPM and 6S activities
Communicating issues to the supervisor or first shift contacts
Contributing to and communicating detailed passdowns
Assuming additional duties and projects as directed by the supervisor
Working compressed shift and rotate shifts as required
Qualifications
Basic understanding of semiconductor equipment and processes
Intermediate knowledge of AC/DC circuits
Basic knowledge of chemistry applicable to their area
Basic knowledge of test and calibration equipment (i.e. O-scopes, DMMs)
Basic understanding of SPC principles
Basic understanding of algebraic concepts
Basic PC skills and familiarity with MS Office Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
Basic data extraction, analysis, and reporting skills
Demonstrated understanding of fundamentals of electricity and basic electronic components
Proven ability to troubleshoot basic problems and address root causes
Proven ability to properly use common hand tools
Demonstrated time management and prioritization skills
Proven ability in multi-tasking complex projects
Proven ability to follow procedures and work with minimal supervision
Proven ability to communicate and present effectively

Education and Experience: Associate's in an electronics related field or equivalent experience.

All Team members must meet minimum criminal background standards as established by IMFT and the Department of Homeland Security.