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PCS Pump Engineer
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  Job posted:   Tue Apr 17, 2018
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PCS Pump Engineer
**General Description**
General Description Samsung Austin Semiconductor is in partnership with ManpowerGroup for their recruitment efforts. Please follow the link below to apply and a ManpowerGroup recruiter will connect with you on next steps Summary / Overview: PCS is responsible for the purchasing, installation, set-up, maintenance, improvement, and removal for the vacuum pumps (P), chillers and heat exchangers (C), and gas abatement scrubbers (S), used by the main process equipment for all groups. PCS maintains service contracts with our equipment OEM's, and those 8 vendors, ~100 people maintain the day-to-day operation and maintenance of our equipment. The responsibility of our Pump Engineer is to act as the technical expert for all on-site vacuum pumps, to assist in the troubleshooting/resolution of our most complicated operational issues and execute projects to improve the overall performance of the pump module.
**Necessary Skills / Attributes**
Specific Job Duties:
* Monitoring the daily operations logs of PCS Operations, and pump vendors to maintain awareness of pump issues, and develop improvement items in order of impact to company
* Develop implement, and monitor key performance indicators for pump performance to pro-active identify and resolve any issues prior to impacting production
* Ensure quality operations by pump vendors through maintaining training methods, SOP's, issue investigation, development and implementation of countermeasures
* Manage monthly invoices including detailed review, and engage in needed warranty discussions
* Evaluate any equipment changes, and recommend to deny adoption and implementation
* Work with pump vendors to ensure all on-site vendor FSE's consistently meet expectations
* Coordination between engineering groups and auxiliary equipment vendors to complete scheduled and unscheduled maintenance tasks.
* The ability to perform Quality Assurance inspections of others work.
* Be able to schedule and prioritize tasks with little or no supervision.
* Perform actual maintenance tasks on vacuum pump, chillers and scrubbers in time of need. A strong focus on quality workmanship (or verification of work performed by vendors) is crucial to success in this position.
* Will be required to support various engineering CIP projects within the PCS department.
* Vendor management
* Specific tasks may require specialized PPE including use of airline respirator Education, Training, Certification(s) and Minimum # Years Required:
* Bachelors of Science in Engineering or related field required
* At least 5 years of related experience
* Semiconductor or high volume manufacturing experience preferred
* Extensive experience as equipment engineer, or with equipment ownership experience(R&M;) required
* Experience performing hands on mechanical and electrical troubleshooting required
* Previous experience with vacuum pumps, refrigerant based chillers, or gas abatement scrubbers preferred
**Company Information**
Samsung Austin Semiconductor (SAS) is one of the most advanced semiconductor manufacturing facilities in the United States. SAS produces digital LSI logic components for tablets, smart phones, and other mobile devices. In August, 2012, SAS invested $4 billion to accommodate full System LSI production, bringing our total investment in Austin to more than $17 billion. With 2400 employees and 2.3M square feet of space, SAS is producing a full range of design rule devices. Since 1997, SAS has been at the forefront of manufacturing technology, enabling the world's digital devices to operate at their highest performance.
*Full-Time/Part-Time:* Regular Full-Time
*Location:* , Austin Texas, Austin Texas, Austin Texas, Austin Texas

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