Manpower Group Facilities UPW / IWT Operations Technician in Austin, Texas
Summary / Overview:
Operate and monitor the operation of all UPW / IWT related equipment in support of a large semiconductor manufacturing facility.
Start and stop critical equipment while maintaining consistent system operational parameters.
Monitor system trends by observing change points, and following escalation plans if deviation occurs.
Provide support for new equipment installation, startup, commissioning, and sustaining operations.
Perform system analysis and follow detailed scripts for troubleshooting.
Conduct field inspections of equipment and systems.
Perform routine preventative maintenance tasks on stated equipment.
Perform all assigned duties and tasks in accordance with site Safety policies and protocols.
Complete other duties as assigned.
Specific Job Duties:
Operate and monitor UPW / IWT, and all related equipment.
Proficient in ion exchange regeneration and reverse osmosis cleaning techniques.
Proficient in IWT AWW, Cu, and Fluoride Waste Water systems.
Monitor all systems on computerized Distributed Control System; perform trend analysis on parameters.
Receive detailed instruction on assignments, projects, and daily work from shift Lead Technician.
Receive guidance and mentoring from higher level Technicians, Group Leads, and Supervisors.
Apply company policies and procedures to resolve routine issues.
Work from schematics, diagrams, layouts, defined plans, and written/verbal instructions.
Collaborate with other Facilities departments and internal customers to support the safety and reliability of the equipment and systems.
Potential to work with and around hazardous areas and hazardous chemicals and materials.
Conform to all applicable Safety policies and protocols, including the wearing of all Personal Protective Equipment required for each task.
Provide input and suggestions for possible system and equipment improvements.
Implement and Sustain 5S protocol throughout FOM designated areas.
Location: Austin, TX
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Software, Tools:
Must have understanding of UPW/IWT equipment and systems.
Semiconductor or high-volume manufacturing experience preferred.
Prior UPW/IWT Process Operations experience preferred.
Must demonstrate reliability.
Must demonstrate initiative and desire to learn.
Must demonstrate adaptability regarding to work environment and schedule.
Ability to wear cleanroom suit as required by SAS FAB protocol.
Ability to wear air purifying respirator as needed for specific tasks.
Effective verbal and written communications skills.
Possesses strong attention to detail, flexibility, and prioritization
Influencing and persuasion skills
Maintains confidentiality of sensitive and proprietary information
Effectively communicates via verbal/written means to immediate team and other SAS departments
Multitasks and adapts to constant change
Proficient in or able to learn relevant SAS systems
Able to use Microsoft Office software
Project management skills
Meeting management skills
Time management skills
Wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) per the SAS FAB protocol
Ability to sit, stand, and/or walk for 10+ hours per day
Lift at least 10 -20 lbs. on a regular basis
May perform repetitive hand and wrist motions and sometimes may have to twist and bend body
Ability to climb ladders/stairs * Work in loud environment. Must be able to discern audible alarms.
Vision - May be exposed to yellow lights, blinking lights. Must be able to distinguish colors and possess accurate depth perception.
Potential to work with materials which contain hazardous chemicals
Education, Training, Certification(s) and Minimum # Years Required:
2 years of college/technical school or equivalent work experience.
Applicable documented Training and/or Certifications a plus.