GLOBALFOUNDRIES Experienced Process Engineer (m/f) - Advanced Module Engineering - Lithography in Dresden, Germany
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We are Europe’s largest semiconductor manufacturing location, combining smart solutions with leading edge technologies in our Dresden Foundry - for our customers, for groundbreaking products and for a sustainable future. In addition to our existing manufacturing of 28nm semiconductor products, our new 22nm technology (22FDX) sets standards with regard to energy efficiency and performance. With our energy saving technology, we are targeting the growth markets of the future: the 'Internet of Things', including areas such as Industry 4.0, Wearables and Automotive. With the development of our next technology generation (12FDX), we want to continue this path consistently.
Experienced Process Engineer (m/f) - Advanced Module Engineering Lithography
GLOBALFOUNDRIES Fab1 is seeking an experienced Lithography process engineer in Dresden, Germany. The individual selected for this position will work together with other GLOBALFOUNDRIES technology development and manufacturing groups at Fab1. The Employee will participate in process development activities for advanced technical nodes in Litho. Projects will include development and optimization of Lithography process for 22nm technologies and beyond, linking with other process engineering and integration groups. In addition to development experience, experience in optimizing unit process for manufacturability will be important. This position may involve the transfer of technology from our Fab8 operation groups and you will be located to the Company’s Fab 1 operations in Dresden, Saxony.
Collaborate with GLOBALFOUNDRIES technology development and manufacturing groups and participate in development of unit process for 22nm technology and beyond.
Design, execute, and analyze experiments to screen and optimize module unit process and equipment to meet technology (e.g., performance, yield, and reliability) and manufacturing (e.g., process stability, cost of ownership) targets.
Evaluation and implementation of new Litho processes including design rule verification and support prototype runs in close cooperation with our internal customers in Etch, Implant, and Integration
Define and maintain module unit process roadmaps including photo chemistry CIP and evaluation
Perform all activities in a safe and responsible manner and support all Environmental, Health, Safety & Security requirements and programs.
Technology related Bachelor's plus 12 years of experience or Master's or Diploma plus 7 year of experience; or PhD degree plus 5 years of experience in Electrical Engineering, Materials Science, Solid State Physics or other relevant engineering.
Understanding of and familiarity with Litho process and equipment.
Understanding of and familiarity with various characterization techniques including SEM, TEM, SIMS and XRD.
Excellent interpersonal skills, energetic and self-starter.
Demonstrated ability to work well within a global matrixes team or environment.
Outstanding communication skills - both written and verbal.
Strong organizational skills; demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and able to react to shifting priorities to meet business needs.
Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and commitments.
Experience in advanced technology (40nm or below Technology related).
Mastery of principles and working knowledge of various module unit process and equipment.
In-depth understanding and working knowledge of Statistical Process Control (SPC) and/or Design of Experiments (DOE).
Ability to work effectively and efficiently with diverse teams, customers, internal and external partners.
Understanding of FEOL and BEOL integration is a plus.
Organization: *FAB 1 AME LITHO PROCESS SHIFT-00085005
Title: Experienced Process Engineer (m/f) - Advanced Module Engineering - Lithography
Location: Europe %26 Middle east Region-Germany-Saxony-Dresden-DE, Dresden
Requisition ID: 16002091