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Here’s the Gist:
As an Equipment Engineer, you will use your extensive equipment engineering experience and skills associated with interfacing with facilities, tool and process owners, and tool vendors on a daily basis. The Equipment Engineering team will serve as the go-to people whenever the trades have an installation question. You will be expected to understand all the details needed to transfer a tool, place it on the factory floor, interface it to facilities, and perform initial start-up. You will own these tools and will have the ultimate responsibility of bringing tools to the ready so you can then transfer them to manufacturing and process teams.
This posting is for a position located at Wolfspeed's new Farmer's Branch, Texas Epitaxy Facility. This new site will establish our multi-site epi footprint with initial ramp beginning in late 2024. The person in this role will be permanently assigned to the Farmer's Branch, TX location but should be prepared to report to Wolfspeed's Durham, NC headquarters for on-site training approximately 2-3 times for ~2 week long periods.
Responsible tool transfer and install processes
Translating tool installation documents (along with calls to vendors) into cut sheets.
Reviewing IFRs, IFCs and P&IDS, making corrections, and working closely with those generating those documents in order to get them fully aligned to your cut sheet.
Driving third Party QA/QC inspections.
Working with EHS in support of SL1, SL2 and SL3 documents in order to ready the tool for vendor start up. Also generating MOCs for all tools you are responsible for.
Coordination and collaborating with tool vendors to start up tools/equipment.
Use of test and diagnostic test equipment (both off the shelf and those designed and fabricated by you) to perform analysis of equipment readiness.
Work a Sunday-Thursday Schedule.
This Job is Right for You If You Have (Minimum Requirements)
BS in an engineering discipline
8+ years of experience as an Equipment Engineer, Ramp Engineer or FSE, with a focus on Tool Install
A detailed understanding and hands-on experience with all facility utilities:
View problems and challenges as opportunities
This role may require additional duties and/or assignments as designated by management.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.