Closing Date: 11th August 2018

Engineer Module Engineering (Etch Process) Fab 2

Salary: 0.00

  • Analyze SPC charts using SPACE. Know all the PR rules and their significance. Do proper annotation to maintain quality troubleshooting rate for SPC OOC. Understand Cp and Cpk indices.
  • Monitor critical SPC charts daily. Perform process window study and provide improvement plan to reduce OOC and improve CPK.
  • Review ESPC charts using SPACE. Know all the rules for ESPC.
  • Analyze split lot, DOE data, ET, sort yield using JMP, Klarity ACE.
  • Create SPC charts, DCOP and modify SLDB using PROMIS (Si-View).
  • Upload recipe, check recipe and ensure recipe content compliance using RMS.
  • Raise PCRB and understand the requirement for PCRB opening, follow through with qual plan, analyze data using required software and CR closure.
  • Follow up on SPSR, MRB, 8D, TECN, or spec update with ECN.
    Setup and troubleshoot in recipes/ job files in all metrology tools within the Module.
  • Follow up on pass down to troubleshoot process issues. Establish CAS / procedures to be followed and work with other departments for resolution if required.
  • Startup and qualify new process and new equipment within scheduled timeline. Work closely with Equipment Engineer on new equipment acceptance. Know the concept of repeatability and reproducibility (R&R) run.
  • Work on reducing process constraint so that Manufacturing can have more flexibility.
    Perform process matching between equipment to reduce variation and analysis / DOE to find factors for better tool matching.
    Participate in CIP programs to optimize process window, cost, yield, and productivity.
  • Work as a team with both Equipment and Manufacturing Engineers to meet Module objectives. Work to meet the key indices of Uptime and OEE goals.
    Represent own Module to attend cross-functional task team to address yield improvement/ excursion issues. Follow up with cross-fab benchmarking activities to engage the best-in-campus practices across FAB.
  • Self audit and update specifications/ documentation to meet TS16949 Quality Standard requirements.
  • Follow good housekeeping and safety rules in office and FAB.
  • Provide feedback/ training to AEs or Techs on their troubleshooting skills, understanding of processes, decision making, risk assessment.
  • Set Expectations for AE as instructed by Section Manager.
  • Provide monthly report to Supervisor.
  • Participate in wafer scrap reduction. Ensure no human error.
  • Responsible and accountable for complying with and implementing environmental, health, safety and security (EHSS) system, policies, procedures and guidelines that are applicable to your scope of work, thereby maintaining a healthy and safe workplace.


  • Degree in electrical / electronic / Mechanical / Microelectronics / Chemical process Engineering / Chemistry / Physics
  • 2 - 7 year of working experience in electrical / electronics industry
    Fresh degree holder will be considered
  • Perform 12-hour rotating shift (as required)
  • Team Player
  • Good ownership and accountability
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Flexible and able to support overtime
  • Self motivated, meticulous, and disciplined

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