This position will be expected to facilitate and lead lean six sigma projects on a variety of transactional and operational processes as well as coach, mentor and provide guidance to respective trainees undergoing Green Belt or Black Belt certification.
The Process Engineer performs engineering activities for specialized manufacturing processes within the facility including improving production, increasing efficiency, maintaining safety, reducing waste and improving quality.
Improve production of bipolar transistors and junction-gate field-effect transistors in a single-chip integrated circuit (BiFET) manufacturing processes and improve equipment such as: platers, Plasma-Therm and Electron Beam Evaporation.
The Continuous Improvement Engineer is responsible for understanding the current process state, identifying efficiency/improvement opportunities, then leading cross-functional team members to drive process improvements tied to Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) of the business utilizing Lean Six Sigma principles.
This Engineer improves manufacturing efficiency through 6-Sigma/continuous improvement activities; increases process consistency between new processing equipment, production tooling standardization, and tooling design improvements.
You will lead and conduct interviews of management and users to understand complex business issues, formulate them into specific business requirements and processes, develop clear and concise functional specifications, and deliver solutions that bring value to the business.
Develop new uses for known materials and predict their structural and thermal behaviors. Review new product plans and make recommendations for material selection based on design objectives, such as strength, weight, heat resistance, electrical conductivity, and cost.