About our group :
R&D Shift Engineers are essential to our mission of building the world's best storage technologies. You will work as part of a team under guidance from the R&D Engineering Manager and working with the shift technicians and engineers supporting R&D product and technology integration.
You will provide shift cover supporting and delivering their objectives of advanced process integration, process improvement, minimum process variation and maximum yields, while also helping to minimize wafer delivery times and maximize learning.
If you’re excited by new technologies, are naturally creative and passionate about seeing ideas come to life then this just might be the perfect start to your research and development career.
About the role - you will :
You will be working in our high-tech clean room fabrication facility using the most advanced manufacturing processes and tools.
You will have the opportunity to develop and grow valuable technical, manufacturing and research skills, in a demanding and rewarding environment.
The focus of this position will be to support development of novel designs and processes for advanced magnetic and magneto-optic read / write transducers.
Areas of responsibility will include, but not be limited to vacuum deposition / etch, photolithography, electroplating, chemical mechanical polishing, associated metrology techniques and data analysis.
Interface with sustaining and manufacturing teams on shift to maintain yields and ensure timely delivery of new technologies and products.
Support wafer production operations and flow management.
Enable development of new designs, materials, and device structures.
Support advanced process characterization including control plans.
Enable process integration methods, Micro fabrication tool processing and qualification.
Troubleshoot & resolve wafer process and yield issues.
Perform failure and defect analysis, Statistics, and fault grading of development wafers.
Provide oral and written updates on projects and tasks.
About you :
Familiar with semiconductor processing technologies and equipment, such as photolithography, Vacuum deposition, dry and wet etches techniques.
Familiar with or have experience in identifying process improvements.
Knowledgeable in area of thin films, metrology characterization, test methods and techniques.
Knowledgeable in area of semiconductor device manufacture or related manufacturing discipline.
A good communicator with excellent presentation and written skills.
A strong team player who works effectively in a cross-functional team environment
Your experience includes :
In the final year of your relevant degree in an Engineering / Science related discipline and embarking on your first step into the world of engineering
Recently graduated within the last year of your degree in an Engineering / Science related discipline
You may also have :
Previous manufacturing experience in a related discipline with a proven track record of project management, problem solving, and strong communication skills is desirable.
Qualification in Materials Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Optical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics, Physics, or related field.
You may be in the final year or recently graduated within the last year of your Master’s or PhD degree
Please note that you must demonstrate on the application how you meet the criteria for the role as identified above. In order to facilitate shortlisting, the company reserves the right to apply enhanced criteria.
Work Shifts : Working hours will involve 4-day Rotating Shift Pattern.
12 hour rotating shift pattern (4 days : 6am to 6pm, 4 days off, 4 nights : 3pm to 3am, 4 days off).