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Cree | Wolfspeed

Job Description

Wolfspeed’s Global Operations team is seeking a Diffusion and Implant Process Technician to provide Process Engineering support and work a 12-hour night shift schedule.  Candidates should be self-motivated team players that are eager to assist and learn from the Engineering team as needed.  Areas of responsibility will include, but not be limited to furnace diffusion, metal anneal, ion implantation, as well as thermal implant activation. This position requires the lawful ability to access technical data, information, and areas controlled by United States export control laws and regulations.

This is a 12-hour night shift position.

 

What can Wolfspeed do for you?

In this position, you will have the opportunity to develop Power and RF semiconductor components for a wide range of applications, where we are expanding our operations due to the high demand for our diverse product lines.  You will work with a team of engineers and technicians to maintain high quality standards in a continuous improvement environment where there is opportunity for growth and advancement.

 

What can you do for Wolfspeed?

Process sustaining support. This will include, but not be limited to, tool qualifications, process monitoring through SPC, troubleshooting and reacting to process issues, dispositioning material, microscope inspections and many other tasks as requested.
Areas of concentration will be Diffusion and Implant engineering team, which includes furnace diffusion, metal anneal, ion implantation, as well as thermal implant activation.
Define and refine methods to increase process repeatability and control to achieve higher yield, lower costs, higher flexibility, and better reproducibility.
Work closely with engineering team to develop and qualify new processes, and new tool sets. This will include characterizing, documenting and possibly presenting data based around designed experiments.
Report and document process issues and equipment malfunctions. Take corrective action and interact with Process Engineers, Manufacturing & Equipment Maintenance to identify and resolve non-conformance process and equipment operations.
Assist in creating new procedures and refining previously existing ones.
Assist in training operators on both existing and new tool sets and processes.

What you need for success:

Associates degree or equivalent work experience
At least 1 year of manufacturing experience.
Able to work in clean room for extended period of time.
Must be able to work 12-hour shifts in a fast-paced environment on a night schedule.
Strong Microsoft Office computer skills (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook).
Team Player and able to multi task in several areas.
Must have a positive, professional, energetic, can-do attitude.  “Do whatever it takes” work ethic.