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Equipment Technicians

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TSMC has partnered with Orion to hire Equipment Technicians for its planned $12 Billion facility in Phoenix, Arizona, with construction beginning in 2021.

As part of this hiring initiative, new hires will start work in Taiwan and will be transferred to the Phoenix plant once construction is complete.

The new facility in Phoenix will be located on more than 1,000 acres of land, enough space to accommodate up to 6 Fab facilities. The new facility will allow TSMC to better support its customers, attract talent from all over the world, and create thousands of jobs for the semiconductor industry.


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Equipment Technician
Position ID: #EB-9837819682
Date Posted: 6/24/2022 12:02:46 PM
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Industry: Semiconductor
Salary: $24
Details:
Our Client is looking for an Equipment Technician to join their facility located in sunny Phoenix, Arizona. As an Equipment Technician, you will demonstrate a strong sense of reliability and enthusiasm and will possess an attitude that embodies our core values – Integrity, Commitment, Innovation and Customer Trust.

Location: Phoenix, AZ

Salary: start around $24/hr going up based on experience

Shift: Typical shift is 12 hours long, alternating between three and four days every other week including breaks. Day and night shifts available.

Benefits: Health Insurance - Medical, Dental, vision, and Employee Assistance Plan, Paid Leave - PTO, Holidays, Floating Days, and Sick Leave, Financial Security - 401(k) Plan, Tax and Social Security Benefits, Disability Insurance, and Life & Accidental Death


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Manufacturing Operators and Process Technicians
Position ID: #EB-2105387259
Date Posted: 5/1/2022 10:07:21 AM
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Industry: Industrial
Details:
Manufacturing Operators and Process Technicians

Looking for looking for Manufacturing Operators and Process Technicians to join our upcoming 5 nanometer fab in Phoenix, Arizona. You will demonstrate a strong sense of reliability, enthusiasm, and will possess an attitude that embodies the Company's core values – Integrity, Commitment, Innovation and Customer Trust.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Learn and become familiar with manufacturing/engineering process and stay informed of any changes in
• procedures.
• Conduct wafer inspection, complete necessary reworks and/or assisting in handling of abnormal events that occur.
• Conduct wafer test piece preparation, including operating preliminary work and wafer dicing.
• Assist in executing experimental plans and in subsequent data collection and analysis.
• Review Statistical Process Control (SPC) charts for tool stability monitoring, and take necessary actions to bring the process conditions back to baseline per operating instructions and procedures.
• Generate quality notifications to responsible unit(s).
Position Details:

Location: This role will require several months of training in Taiwan. Once complete, you will relocate to the company's new facility in Phoenix, AZ.

Requirements:
• Minimum of a high school diploma or GED.
• Minimum of one year of work experience and/or experience working in a manufacturing setting.
• Solid fundamental Microsoft Excel and computer skills.
• Ability to remain in a stationary position, often sitting for prolonged periods.
• Ability to follow detailed instructions and procedures to complete tasks and required documentation.
• Ability to work under a compressed work-week schedule including night shifts.
• Committed, attentive, positive, multi-tasking attitude, and ability to work under high pressure in a fastpaced environment.
• Ability to work in a cleanroom environment, gowning up in coveralls, hoods, boots, safety glasses and gloves.




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Gas/Chemical Technician
Position ID: #EB-3560232633
Date Posted: 4/22/2022 1:36:46 PM
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Industry: Semiconductor
Salary: $25 - $35
Details:
Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military recruiting firm, is currently recruiting transitioning or former military professionals for Gas/Chemical Technician

Position Details:
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Salary: $25-35/Hr., based on experience
Shift: Will just be working Mon-Fri first shift. Then after things are settled, they will be moving into a 3,4,4,3 shift schedule.
Benefits: Health Insurance - Medical, Dental, vision, and Employee Assistance Plan; Paid Leave - PTO, Holidays, Floating Days, and Sick Leave; Financial Security - 401(k) Plan, Tax and Social Security Benefits, Disability; Insurance, and Life & Accidental Death

Position Description: Gas/Chemical Technician
The Gas/Chemical Technician is responsible for operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting Chemical/Gas/Slurry distribution systems and equipment. The Gas/Chemical Technician must accurately and reliably follow standard operating procedures for troubleshooting chemical and gas distribution systems, perform laboratory testing, and complete chemical and gas container change outs. They will read and measure plant operating parameters to determine process changes required to maintain operations within specifications.

The Gas/Chemical Technician will work in cooperation with other technicians, engineers, and managers to ensure that all process specifications are met, and to ensure efficient completion of projects.

Responsibilities:
• Maintains a clean, orderly, and safe workplace
• Performs rounds and readings of gas/chemical distribution equipment
• Performs Gas/Chemical container change outs to ensure constant flow to factory tools
• Operates and controls gas/chemical distribution systems. Ensures equipment is operating within controls/specifications
• Makes recipe adjustments to ensure correct gas/chemical concentrations are blended for factory tools
• Sets up and adjusts indicating and controlling devices, for example gas/chemical analyzers, temperature indicators and pressure/flow controlling devices, or gauging instruments to facilitate simultaneous analysis and control of process conditions
• Observes gauges, signals, and recording instruments, turns valves, and moves controls to regulate temperatures, pressures, and flow of steam
• Performs preventive maintenance procedures at specified intervals to keep process equipment clean, and performing at optimum levels
• Performs diagnostic and troubleshooting practices to determine root cause and corrective actions needed to maintain systems operation within specifications
• Performs emergency and corrective maintenance actions to repair damaged equipment or correct out of specification conditions
• Draws samples of product at specified stages of operation and performs pH, gas/chemical analyses, or other standard tests to determine if material concentration or quality is within factory specifications
• Maintains log of gauge readings, shift throughput, and equipment malfunctions
• Patrols area to inspect equipment for leaks and hazards and to record tank levels and gauge readings
• Ensures processing conditions and process output are within regulatory limits. Responsible for correcting conditions and alerting management of discrepancies
• Ensure all requirements as specified by the manufacturer of equipment systems are met, and equipment operations, repairs, modifications, and maintenance meet environmental protection requirements

Experience, Education, and Training:
• High School graduation or GED is required
• Technical College or Trade Program is preferred
• Experience with laboratory or analytical equipment is preferred
• Previous knowledge in operation of industrial and/or commercial processing equipment
• Five years’ experience with process piping systems, working in an industrial setting are highly preferred
• Competency in basic mathematic skills including fractions, addition, subtraction, division




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Facilities Mechanical Technician
Position ID: #EB-1329013029
Date Posted: 4/12/2022 9:37:18 AM
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Industry: Semiconductor
Salary: $25 - $35
Details:
Position Description: Facilities Mechanical Technician

The Mechanical Technician is responsible for operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting HVAC systems including Chillers, boilers, pumping systems, cleanroom air handling, filtration as well as Industrial exhaust and air pollution control devices including scrubbers and RCTO technology. The Mechanical Technician must accurately and reliably follow standard operating procedures for maintenance and troubleshooting of equipment.



The Mechanical Technician will work in cooperation with other technicians, engineers, and managers to ensure that all process specifications are met, and to ensure efficient completion of projects.



Responsibilities:

Maintains a clean, orderly, and safe workplace
Starts automatic feed of solid and liquid materials through equipment units, including heating and cooling vessels, mixing tanks, ion exchange beds, and filter presses
Operates and controls pumping, cooling, heating, air deliver and associated systems to meet specifications within a wafer fabrication facility.
Performs maintenance and repairs on rotating equipment including pumps and fans
Observes gauges, signals, and recording instruments, turns valves, and moves controls to regulate temperatures, pressures, and flow of heating water, coolant, and chemical constituents through system to effect prescribed reaction within critical limits
Performs diagnostic and troubleshooting practices to determine root cause and corrective actions needed to maintain systems operation within specifications
Performs emergency and corrective maintenance actions to repair damaged equipment or correct out of specification conditions
Performs daily rounds and readings to look, listen and feel for abnormal conditions not observed on SCADA.
Ensures processing conditions and process output are within regulatory limits. Responsible for correcting conditions and alerting management of discrepancies
Ensure all requirements as specified by the manufacturer of equipment systems are met, and equipment operations, repairs, modifications, and maintenance meet environmental protection requirements


Location: Phoenix, AZ



Salary: $25-35/Hr., based on experience



Shift: Will just be working Mon-Fri first shift. Then after things are settled, they will be moving into a 3,4,4,3 shift schedule.



Benefits:

Health Insurance - Medical, Dental, vision, and Employee Assistance Plan
Paid Leave - PTO, Holidays, Floating Days, and Sick Leave
Financial Security - 401(k) Plan, Tax and Social Security Benefits, Disability
Insurance, and Life & Accidental Death





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Facilities Water Technician
Position ID: #EB-1971801592
Date Posted: 4/12/2022 9:34:58 AM
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Industry: Semiconductor
Salary: $25 - $35
Details:
Position Description: Facilities Water Technician

The Water Technician is responsible for operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting Ultrapure Water, Process Cooling Water and Industrial Waste treatment systems& equipment. The Water Technician must accurately and reliably follow standard operating procedures for chemical reactions, perform laboratory testing, and complete correlations of process instrumentation. They will read and measure plant operating parameters to determine process changes required to maintain operations within specifications.



The Water Technician will work in cooperation with other technicians, engineers, and managers to ensure that all process specifications are met, and to ensure efficient completion of projects.



Responsibilities:

Maintains a clean, orderly, and safe workplace
Starts automatic feed of solid and liquid materials through equipment units, including heating and cooling vessels, mixing tanks, ion exchange beds, and filter presses
Operates and controls pumping systems, pH controls, heat exchanger bulk chemical systems and filtration equipment
Adjusts controls to regulate feed of liquids and gases through equipment in specified timing and sequence, or starts automatic feed
Sets up and adjusts indicating and controlling devices, for example gas analyzers, temperature and flow controlling devices, or gauging instruments to facilitate simultaneous analysis and control of process conditions
Observes gauges, signals, and recording instruments, turns valves, and moves controls to regulate temperatures, pressures, and flow of steam, coolant, and chemical constituents through system to effect prescribed reaction within critical limits
Performs preventive maintenance procedures at specified intervals to keep process equipment clean, and performing at optimum levels
Performs diagnostic and troubleshooting practices to determine root cause and corrective actions needed to maintain systems operation within specifications
Performs emergency and corrective maintenance actions to repair damaged equipment or correct out of specification conditions
Draws samples of product at specified stages of operation and performs temperature, pH, gas-analyses, or other standard tests to determine if reaction process is proceeding efficiently and in conformity with plant standards
Observes color or consistency of product through sight glasses, and correlates observations with test results, laboratory analyses, and instrument readings to facilitate regulation of process and production of standardized output
Maintains log of gauge readings, shift throughput, and equipment malfunctions
Patrols area to inspect equipment for leaks and hazards and to record tank levels and gauge readings
Ensures processing conditions and process output are within regulatory limits. Responsible for correcting conditions and alerting management of discrepancies
Ensure all requirements as specified by the manufacturer of equipment systems are met, and equipment operations, repairs, modifications, and maintenance meet environmental protection requirements


Location: Phoenix, AZ

Salary: $25-35/Hr., based on experience

Shift: Will just be working Mon-Fri first shift. Then after things are settled, they will be moving into a 3,4,4,3 shift schedule.



Benefits: Health Insurance - Medical, Dental, vision, and Employee Assistance Plan; Paid Leave - PTO, Holidays, Floating Days, and Sick Leave; Financial Security - 401(k) Plan, Tax and Social Security Benefits, Disability; Insurance, and Life & Accidental Death



Knowledge and Personal skills:

The Water Technician must have knowledge of industry standards, codes and regulations, and the ability to apply to maintenance operation of site Water systems.

Follow all safety policies and procedures at all times
Fundamental understanding of RO technology, Ion Exchange, pumping, filtration and automation.
Ability to read, interpret, and understand engineering drawings and specifications.
Ability to work cooperatively with other technicians, supervisors, engineers, and managers
Team building, Analytical and problem-solving skills
Sound decision making skills
Effective written, verbal, presentation, and listening communications skills
Computer skills including the ability to operate corporate email, spreadsheets, word processing, engineering drawing databases at a highly proficient level
Capable of working independently and exhibit effective time management skills
Willingness and ability to work overtime when needed for business purposes, or to be called-in to work in the event of emergency or business needs.
Contributes recommendations and suggestion for work method improvements, safety, materials, and tools.
The Water Technician must have an appropriate focus on personal, process, and work force safety.
Attributes should include honesty, trustworthiness, respect for others, flexibility, and sound workplace ethics


Experience, Education, and Training:

High School graduation or GED is required
Technical College or Trade Program is preferred
Experience with laboratory or analytical equipment is preferred
Previous knowledge in operation of industrial and/or commercial processing equipment
Five years’ experience with process piping systems, working in an industrial setting are highly preferred
Competency in basic mathematic skills including fractions, addition, subtraction, division



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Facilities Electrical Technician
Position ID: #EB-6028384666
Date Posted: 4/12/2022 9:29:24 AM
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Industry: Semiconductor
Salary: $25 - $35
Details:
Position Description: Facilities Electrical Technician

The Electrical Technician is responsible for operating, maintaining, repairing and troubleshooting electrical systems for all power up to and including 230kV including: Site Substations, Service Entry Sections, Electrical switchgear, Panelboards, Transformers, cabling systems, metering circuits, diesel generators, UPS, STS/PDU/RPP as well as motor connections, Motors and electrical controls.



The Electrical Technician will work in cooperation with other technicians, engineers, and managers to ensure that all process specifications are met, and to ensure efficient completion of projects. Additionally, the Electrical technician will manage and escort outside contractors that may be engaged to complete specific maintenance on equipment.



Responsibilities:

Maintains a clean, orderly, and safe workplace
Must have working knowledge of AC Live Line Work Minimum Approach Distance.
Reads and interprets technical repair manuals, operating guides, schematics, wiring diagrams, shop drawings, and codebooks.
Performs basic mathematical calculations, including minor algebra, to calculate electrical loads, power factors, horsepower, etc.
Prepares and maintains records, reports, parts lists, and work orders.
Operates diagnostic test equipment and interprets results.
Utilizes a variety of tools associated with electrical distribution systems.
Create and perform detailed procedures from simple equipment maintenance to entire system shutdowns including all operations and actions taken. Includes setup and operation of temporary power systems.
Perform routine and emergency service on state-of-the-art critical systems.
Ensure strict adherence to procedures, policies and regulations for both self and those working at the direction of this role
Aid in scheduling and managing vendors and subcontractors during equipment/systems maintenance and service. Perform equipment/system preventive maintenance.
Conducts a routine and on-going assessment of the building systems operations. Performs tests, rounds and analyzes data to assure the proper functioning of departmental equipment.
Monitors operation of the mechanical / electrical operating equipment.
Requires the ability to analyze the operation of various systems, determine the cause of any problems/malfunctions and take corrective action as required.
In certain situations, may be required to install and/or replace:
Wire single and three phase motors; Megger single and 3 phase motors, run conduit; pull wiring to machinery, motors, operating parts, etc. assist other trades and operators with major repairs and maintenance of building and equipment.
Performs other duties as assigned.

Location: Phoenix, AZ

Salary: $25-35/Hr., based on experience

Shift: Will just be working Mon-Fri first shift. Then after things are settled, they will be moving into a 3,4,4,3 shift schedule.

Benefits: Health Insurance - Medical, Dental, vision, and Employee Assistance Plan, Paid Leave - PTO, Holidays, Floating Days, and Sick Leave, Financial Security - 401(k) Plan, Tax and Social Security Benefits, Disability Insurance, and Life & Accidental Death


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