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You will provide Shift Equipment Engineering support to the Manufacturing and Process Engineering groups within the Wafer Fab at the Caswell site. This will include day-to-day production equipment support, fault finding & repair of production equipment and associated systems, working with specialist tools that process various hazardous chemicals and, potentially, the use of self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA).
- Equipment Engineering technical support on the Continental shift pattern providing first line response for all equipment issues.
- Repair and preventative maintenance (PMs) of specialist semiconductor processing equipment, including any preparation work and routine cleans.
- Oversee chemical, gases and spare parts control, chemical fills and waste management.
- Liaison with equipment and spares suppliers and specialist service providers (including the supervision of external contractors and field service engineers).
- Support activities to deliver preventative maintenance strategies to maximise equipment utilization, OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) and up-time.
- Support key improvement projects (usually in an 8-step format) and to ensure that these are completed in a timely manner
- Complete QOS uptime reports including fault pareto and action registers.
- Responsible for representing the group at selected production, planning and scrap meetings.
- Adhere to all site safety and environmental procedures.
- Support of site emergency response function.
- Fork-lift truck driving may be required (training will be provided).
- Process and Equipment Engineering Teams
- Facilities Team
- Manufacturing Operations Team
- MES (PROMIS) and IT Teams
- A degree in an electrical engineering discipline (or equivalent)
- Experience within a high-tech manufacturing environment.
- Ability to follow documented procedures without close supervision.
- Ability to document procedures, especially with a view to generating new work instructions, risk assessments and method statements.
- Good time-management and organisational skills.
- Computer literate with the ability to use the Microsoft Office suite of applications.
- Experience of working in a team and managing stakeholders.
- Experience within a semiconductor manufacturing environment
We offer a competitive salary, Bonus, Pension, Private medical, Health cash plan, relocation allowance if appropriate and other benefits.
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