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Process Engineer, PVD

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 a Process Engineer (PE) to join our 5-nanometer fab, located in sunny Phoenix, Arizona. As a Process 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.
TSMC Arizona’s multiple module engineering departments are looking for Process Engineer talents,
  • Nano Lithography
  • CMP: Chemical-mechanical planarization
  • Epi: Epitaxy)
  • PVD: Physical Vapor Deposition
  • CVD: Chemical vapor deposition
  • DIF: Diffusion
  • Etch: Etching
  • MET: Metrology
  • WET: Wet Clean
  • MFG: Manufacturing
Process Engineer is responsible for delivering a robust and efficient semiconductor manufacturing process with data driven analytics and systematic problem-solving skills. You will work closely with other innovators in device, integration, defect reduction, lithography, etch and thin films teams to drive leading-edge integrated module development, control, and improvements to resolve issues or specific request from our customers.
Job Description:
Your main responsibilities include:
  • Designing and executing experiments, interpreting, and extracting insightful results from complex data sets to optimize the manufacturing process and achieve precision control at atomic levels.
  • Applying statistics process control methods to establish and sustain a robust manufacturing process.
  • Installing, qualifying, and sustaining manufacturing equipment to expand capacity with punctuation and quality.
  • Collaborating effectively with equipment and material suppliers and partners to identify technology gaps and deficiencies; devise, evaluate and qualify mitigation and continuous improvement solutions.
  • Scheduled night shifts and weekend on-call rotations in a 24/7 high-volume manufacturing environment.
Minimum Qualifications:
Applicants must be legally eligible to work in the United States and have:
  • A minimum of a B.S. Degree in an engineering and scientific field such as Physics, Material Science, Chemical Engineering, Electric Engineering, Chemistry, Nuclear Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills that enable you to work on cross-functional and geographically dispersed teams.
  • Able to adapt priorities and responsibilities to support business needs.
  • A team player that can multitask and thrive in a very dynamic and fast-paced environment. Lifting, bending or extended walking requirements.
Work Location: Phoenix, AZ
Training Location: US
Travel: 0