At TSMC, We Develop the Technologies that Shape the Future and Change the World!
Technology is our cornerstone, and Innovation is our passion. At TSMC, we bring together the most creative minds in science and technology to provide the best foundry services possible, and drive innovation in fields that revolutionize our world and daily lives including high performance computing, mobile, automotive electronics, and the Internet of Things.
If you want to challenge yourself and unleash innovation with brilliant colleagues located around the world, come join us!
Are you passionate about delivering the most competitive and successful leading-edge process technology that empowers customer to unleash their creativity?
Train in Taiwan for 18 months then go back to Phoenix, Arizona to ramp up and open our newest US facility.
TSMC is looking for a Yield Enhancement Engineer focusing on driving continuous defect reduction and yield improvement program using our most advanced technology. You can pursue your passion in data driven analytics and systematic problem solving skills by using state-of-the-art, agile and intelligent operating systems to drive manufacturing excellence. You can work closely with other innovators in integration, device, lithography, etch, and thin films process teams to deliver a leading-edge integrated process development to resolve issues or specific request from our customers.
Your main responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
1) Identifying potential yield-limiting defect sources; defining an aggressive defect reduction roadmap for the program and related modules; owning the results.
2) Using statistical process control principles to sustain production line health and prevent defect induced excursion events; working with module engineers to identify and eliminate process and station defect source; designing and executing experiments; interpreting and extracting insightful results from complex data sets to implement solutions in a timely manner.
3) Installing, qualifying and sustaining inline inspection and reviewing equipment to expand capability for inline defect detection.
4) Collaborating effectively with integration and process organization partners to identify technology gaps and deficiencies, evaluate and qualify mitigation and continuous improvement solutions.
1) A minimum of a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering, Material Science or Physics. A PhD and Master degree is preferred.
2) Good communication and interpersonal skills.
3) Able to work on cross-functional and geographically dispersed teams with diverse backgrounds.
4) Must take ownership for solving issues and ensures escalations take place.
5) A team player that can multitask and thrive in a very dynamic and fast-paced environment.
*Work location: Arizona, U.S.A. (U.S. Fab)/Taiwan
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