The EMM CE (component engineer) is responsible for Factory tools for all technologies across the factory network. The CEwill work in partnership with factory process and equipment engineers, equipment oem's and external materials suppliers to advance technical capabilities, manage materials excursions and improve the quality and costs of equipment materials and spares. This includes working internally and externally to improve parts performance and responding to technical and quality issues, developing and implementing changes to improve factory cost and performance, while developing the supply chain to positively impact Intel's bottom line. The CEwill drive FMEAs, SPC with the suppliers and will represent the organization as the prime technical contact for OEM spare parts.
- You should possess a Bachelor, Masters, or Ph.D. degree in a related science or engineering field (Materials Science and Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry, Physics, and others).
- 3-5 years of experience in fmea's (failure modes effects and analysis) and drive spc (statistical process control) programs.
Spends more than 70% of time in their role on development activities. Explores and benchmarks emerging technology in the industry. Contributes in future technology definition and requirements. Defines the technical requirements for supplier selection. Works together with supplier to define the raw materials and overall materials manufacturing process flow to meet quality, reliability, cost, yield and manufacturability requirements. Develops plans and strategies to validate critical process window at supplier. Drives supplier process window validation activities on critical process modules throughout stages of development. Drives supplier improvements on quality, reliability, yield and cost. Develops solutions to problems utilizing formal education, statistical knowledge and problem solving tools. Develops strategy to resolve wide range of difficult and complex problems. Establishes master Gantt, performs regular review on the project progress. Provides technical support during material transfers for factory start up. Requires experience and thorough knowledge in business practices and procedures.
Competencies: Analytic/Problem Solving, Stakeholder Management/Customer Orientation, Functional/Technical Expertise, decision making, customer orientation, Change Management/Adaptability, Program/Project Management, Results Orientation/Communication, Influence, Innovation, Tech Skill Decision Making, Quality Systems, Supply Chain Intelligence
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