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Date: 24 October 2014
Yield / Defect Reduction Engineer
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  • Location:

    US-VA-Sandston

  • Base Pay: N/A

  • Employee Type: Full-Time Employee

  • Industry: Semiconductor/Electronics/Computer Hardware

  • Manages Others: No

  • Job Type: Engineering

  • Req'd Education: 4 Year Degree

  • Req'd Experience: At least 3 year(s)

  • Req'd Travel: Negligible

  • Relocation Covered: Yes


 
Education Requirements or Equivalency:
  • BS degree in appropriate engineering discipline
    (Electrical/Physics/Physical Chemistry/Chemical)

    Minimum Experience/Skill Requirements:
     

  • Minimum 3 years in semiconductor engineering

  • Fluent in English

    Job Responsibilities:
     

  • Act as the defect module leader for 200mm factory.

  • Co-Lead or Lead cross-functional teams to systematically reduce baseline
    defect levels.

  • Basic understanding of methodology of DDE inspection and review tools, incl.
    EDX

  • Prediction of yield and reliability impact of new defect types

  • Support UPE and PCI module owner in evaluation of PCRB experiments

  • Creation of Out-of-control action-plans (OCAP) for known defect issues

  • Implement benchmark defect reduction systems.

  • Implementation of adequate separation / filtering method for important
    defects (?large defect? threshold, repeaters, binning, ADC, etc) together with
    Defect Density tool group

  • Work closely with Unit Process engineering teams to identify the root cause
    (tool correlation, partitioning design and organization) of defect issues.

  • Work closely with process engineering to implement early defect detection
    and tool monitoring.

  • Work closely with defect metrology teams to optimize defect inspection
    strategy and recipes.

  • Effectively communicate defect reduction progress to goals and improvement
    opportunities.

  • Coordinate line partitioning activities within a module for DRAM products.

  • Quickly identify and resolve the root cause of defect out of control events
    on volume DRAM products, and/or New Part Introductions and/or Technology
    Transfers

  • Establish correlation between defects and yield on DRAM products.

  • Disposition discrepant material through participation in Material Review
    Boards.

  • Suggest defect reduction and process improvement experiments.

  • Drive process implementation of baseline defect improvements through Process
    Change Review Board participation.

  • Perform wafer, trend, and pareto analysis on module defects using Defect
    Management Software.

  • Monitor line defect performance using SPC and develop/coordinate out of
    control action plans.

  • Training of sustainers and associates operators for defect reduction topics
    within module

  • Adding new detection / Control Capability


  • Category: Chemical Engineering Jobs

    Country: United States

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