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Equipment Engineer, CMP

Equipment Engineer - CMP
At TSMC Arizona, brilliance can ignite a world of innovation and launch a promising future. The world’s most brilliant innovators entrust us to transform their ideas into world-changing products that impact millions of lives. As long as you have the same passion to pursue excellence, you will find your fit here.


TSMC Arizona is looking for an Equipment Engineer (EE) to join our 5-nanometer fab, located in sunny Phoenix, Arizona. As an Equipment Engineer, you will demonstrate a strong sense of reliability and enthusiasm and will possess an attitude that embodies our core values – Integrity, Commitment, Innovation and Customer Trust.


Equipment Engineer is focusing on improving tool performance and availability while meeting uptime and cycle time requirements.


Job Description:

Your main responsibilities include:

Handling diffusion, thin film, lithography or etching equipment in clean room environment.
Installing/qualifying new tool sets according to planned schedule to add capacity in a timely manner.
Solving critical equipment issues.
Improving tool uptime availability and utilization efficiency.
Identifying and pursuing opportunities for hardware capability enhancement.
Driving defect reduction.
Communicating with cross-function engineers or vendors.
Managing vendor relationships and being responsible for module liaison with facilities, vendor, and manufacturing shift personnel.


Minimum Qualifications:

Applicants must be legally eligible to work in the United States and have:

A minimum of a B.S. degree in Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Material Science, Chemical Engineering or Automation Engineering related fields.
Basic mechanical-related knowledge and knowledge of semiconductor processes are a plus.
Good problem-solving and communication skills as well as a willingness to learn.
The ability to troubleshoot complex problems and to own the efforts to address and resolve root causes.
Able to lift weight consistent with applicable regulations and/or safety guidelines, including NIOSH Lifting Recommendations.
Able to work in a cleanroom environment, gowning up in coveralls, hoods, boots, safety glasses and gloves. Spend significant amount of time on the factory floor working on the tools.


Work Location: Phoenix, AZ

Training Location: US

Travel: 0