Senior Process Integration & Sustaining Engineer

Job Type: full-time internship

Application Email: careers@unitedsic.com

UnitedSiC is seeking a highly qualified process integration & sustaining engineer to drive the development of advanced Silicon Carbide devices and ICs. The company provides a rich environment for technical and career growth in this exciting field, with excellent projections for commercial success. Candidates must be both technically qualified, as well as doers who get things done, drawing from and operating within a high-performance team.

Responsibilities:

  • Process development for advanced Silicon Carbide devices in high volume wafer fab environment.
  • Collaboration with device engineers to develop new process flows.
  • Manage wafer processing related tasks & projects throughout different product life-cycle phases: design transfer, process module development, demonstration to pre-production and volume ramp.
  • Foundry process monitoring and yield enhancement from ramp-up to mass production.

 

Qualifications:

  • 10+ years’ industry experience in semiconductor process integration or engineering.
  • Experience with Silicon or III-V process development. In depth knowledge of all key process modules and machine capabilities (photo, etch, thin films, diffusion, metals).
  • Experience with Power Discrete and/or IC manufacturing processes.
  • Familiarity with device physics, semiconductor characterization, reliability and failure analysis techniques. TCAD knowledge is a plus.
  • Demonstrated capability in process release and integration to high volume production and in application of yield enhancement techniques.
  • Familiarity with process control, SPC and other Six Sigma tools and methodologies. Proactive in anticipating and preventing process issues. Knowledge of JMP preferred.
  • Able to work independently with a hands-on approach. Can do attitude, effective communication skills, well-organized and disciplined in execution.
  • Familiarity with foundry model a plus.
  • Ability to travel up to 20% of the time.