Module Engineering Install Coordinator
Are you interested in being part of Intel's strategy to advance Moore's law for the next 50 years? Are you passionate about your personal growth and Intel's culture initiatives? Then WATD is the place for you. As the needs for the worlds compute capabilities have evolved and grown, advanced packaging has become a critical part of the semiconductor industry roadmap. Wafer Assembly Technology Development (WATD), a part of Oregon Assembly Technology Development Factory (OATDF) and Assembly and Test Technology Development (ATTD), is at the center of Intel's advanced packaging technology development. We are enabling next gen disaggregated xPU architectures bringing 2.5D and 3D integrated circuit packaging techniques such as Foveros, EMIB, and Hybrid Bonding (HBI) to life. WATD develops and integrates novel equipment, processes, and manufacturing operations to empower innovative products based on chiplet designs.
WATD is looking to add construction coordinator positions with each of the different functional areas. In this role we are looking for a candidate to own and drive construction and facilities infrastructure projects within the hybrid bonding team.
The ideal candidate must exhibit the following behavior traits:
- Be inclusive, breaking down silos and developing solutions that push the boundaries of technical innovation, driving the One Intel culture.
- Willing to learn and build on what Intel has already accomplished.
- Collaborate with our partners to drive projects to completion.
- A proactive nature: solving problems before they become a real problem; producing a quality first environment.
- A passion for growth and development; not only yourself but others around you and the organization
- Willingness to be open and communicate issues, good or bad.
- Desire to bring your full self to Intel, integrating your culture into ours
- Be able to apply program management principles to thrive in a complex environment with many unknown variables.
- Alignment with Intel's culture initiatives
Construction Coordinator Responsibilities include but not limited to:
- Defines and manages install milestones for first-of-a-kind/Duplicate-of-a-kind factory equipment, and interface with various partners to ensure on-time equipment readiness in a fluid environment.
- Tactically manages tool install timelines and ensures key milestones are met, coordinates and approves e-requests for the factory - ensuring impactive work is well planned and communicated and drives effective solutions to install related challenges as they arise.
- Ensures all the seed/design packages meet all the safety and module requirements and working with necessary parties to correct any issues that may arise.
- Collaborates with suppliers to ensure all installs and qualification meet Intel standards and timelines.
- Adhering to both budgetary and time constraints.
- Visiting and inspecting building sites.
- Reporting on progress and challenges.
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You must possess the below requirements to be initially considered for this position.
Preferred qualifications are in addition to the requirements and are considered a plus factor in identifying top candidates.
Knowledge and/or experience listed below would be obtained through a combination of your schoolwork and/or classes and/or research and/or relevant previous job and/or internship experiences.
- Bachelor's degree with + 3 years of experience or Master's degree with 2+ years of experience in manufacturing environment, construction managements, tool install and qualification
- 2+ years of direct experience in factory infrastructure and tool installation