Works on complex problems in which analysis of processes or data requires an in-depth evaluation of various factors with minimal over sight. Exercises judgement in selecting methods, techniques and evaluation criteria.
Work duties will be divided between an office environment and the production floor. Employee will be required to wear all plant-mandatory PPE when on production floor, including: hard hat, safety glasses, steel toe boots and ear protection.
Process improvement and production support to Manufacturing Facilities through the company; responsible for improving manufacturing reliability, building employee capability, and creating operational stability.
The Process Engineer II position is a mid-level engineering position responsible for providing engineering support to existing product process transfer projects, process improvements/ cost reduction activities and new products in accordance with company QA101 Product Development & Design Control requirements.
Design, develop, modify and evaluate electronic parts, components and integrated circuitry for multi-million dollar capital equipment, or other hardware systems and/or electrical engineering applications used in semiconductor manufacturing.
Facilitate process improvement sessions with senior military clients using industry best practices and critical thinking to capture and analyze findings; develop conclusions and strategic recommendations, write reports, and present to clients.
The Process Engineer will leverage their technical background and project management skills along with their knowledge of manufacturing processes on projects including: cost reduction initiatives, process improvements, process validations, technical problem resolution, and associate training/cultural improvement initiatives.