You can apply online at the main Intel website and search on req # JR0077446.
The job req is listed generically online as a Yield Engineer but our statistics group is specifially looking for a statistician. Resumes can also be sent to Chad Hoffman (get email from firstname.lastname@example.org) directly.
AZFSM is looking for a highly motivated individual with strong technical background and capabilities to sustain, ramp, and transfer processes using state of the art equipment and materials in the Yield area with data analysis skills.
In this position, you will be responsible for providing Engineering Statistical expertise and direction to AZFSM factory. Your responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
a) Be a key member of Process Change Control Board (PCCB) to review statistical components of all process changes
b) lead Process Control Systems (PCS) reviews of all important process parameters
c) provide AZFSM organization with extensive data mining analysis and modeling capabilities
d) take a strong leadership in ongoing process control and matching criteria development areas and software
e) teach Statistical classes on how to use JMP software, statistical analysis and concepts, design of experiments, process control
f) provide strong leadership in Stat User group
g) consult with managers, engineers, and technicians on engineering methodologies, data analysis, and experimental design
h) coach and train peers, and
i) perform data analysis, experimental design, task force support and methodology development.
You must possess the minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position. Must be skilled in data extraction and advanced data analysis techniques. Duties include devising, implementing and improving process control systems throughout the VF to improve capability and minimize excursions. Experience would be obtained through your graduate level research and/or relevant job/internship experiences:
- Must have or be graduating with an MS in Statistics or equivalent (BS candidates will be considered).
- Must be able to work modified shifts as needed to support Intel business needs.
- Must have good communication skills.
- Must be able to temporarily relocate to another Intel site for technology transfer training.
- Must have the unrestricted right to work in the US without requiring sponsorship.
-1+ yrs experience with design of experiments (DOE) principles.
-1+ yrs experience in data analysis (more detail – data modeling, regression)
Analysis of Big datasets:
-1+ yrs experience in one or more semiconductor processes. (Thin Films, Diffusion, Planar, Implant, Lithography, Etch and/or Metrology)
- Desired skills include SAS programming, JMP/JSL, R, Python, data mining, Fab process flow knowledge, and a working knowledge of Process Control System (PCS), Statistical Process Control (SPC), Advanced Process Control (APC), Fault Detection and Classification (FDC), and Reliability.
- Studies/degrees in engineering/science fields are a plus.