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Process Engineer, LIT

Process Engineer - Lithography
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) - Lithography 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.


Process Engineer – Lithography 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. List physical requirements here (other than those common across all jobs – e.g., lifting, bending or extended walking requirements).


Work Location: Phoenix, AZ

Training Location: US

Travel: 0