Manufacturing Engineers are responsible to partner with the Process SGM, Industrial Engineer, and Area Engineering to improve the area by managing issues and managing/participating in projects: Completing all required safety training and conducting all work in accordance with Intel safety policies Partnering with stakeholders to identify opportunities for area improvements in reference to cycle time, manufacturing efficiency, capacity planning, and productivity Using statistical analysis to optimize fab performance metrics and audit manufacturing capacity information Designing and coordinating projects with other departments Partnering with management to develop applications to improve production metrics Partnering with stakeholders to position Intel to optimally support supply and demand changes Presenting findings and recommending solutions to fab performance gaps Serving as data and report consultants with customers and stakeholders Driving innovation by researching and using new data modeling techniques or tools Driving projects to ensure that deliverables are completed within the required timeframe Identifying BKMs and lessons learned and sharing them both locally and globally Assuming additional duties and projects as directed by the supervisor Innovating and implementing best-in-class predictive models and decision tools to address business needs Communicating data findings to diverse audiences Ensuring successful implementation of projects into business processes Seeking out novel methodologies and tools to better predict and track manufacturing key performance indicators Driving the collection of new data and the refinement of existing data sources Developing best practices, reports, dashboards, and other data visualizations
Proven ability to communicate complex analysis in a succinct and actionable manner.
Strong organizational skills and the ability to complete projects effectively.
Strong understanding of statistics, data analysis, and problem solving.
Proven skills in working effectively with team members from different disciplines.
Demonstrated critical thinking skills.
Demonstrated strong English written and verbal communication skills.
Demonstrated ability to be detailed oriented and able to follow complex procedures. Proven ability to prioritize responsibilities and manage multiple tasks Intermediate PC skills Solid understanding of production line management techniques and theories.
Demonstrated ability to learn fundamental semiconductor production floor concepts and operations.
Demonstrated ability to continuously learn and self improve.
Demonstrated ability to identify, develop, propose, and implement effective plans to improve overall efficiency.
Demonstrate the ability to organize and efficiently facilitate meetings and project teams.
Strong knowledge of and ability to apply Manufacturing Science scheduling, inventory management, capacity planning, etc.
Demonstrated understanding and improvement of production metrics and line performance Education and Experience: BS in Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, or equivalent experience.
Knowledge of the semiconductor manufacturing process in regards to capacity planning, automation, scheduling, cycle time and manufacturing efficiency is preferred.Inside this Business Group
Non-Volatile Solutions Memory Group: The Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group is a worldwide organization that delivers NAND flash memory products for use in Solid State Drives (SSDs), portable memory storage devices, digital camera memory cards, and other devices. The group is responsible for NVM technology design and development, complete Solid State Drive (SSD) system hardware and firmware development, as well as wafer and SSD manufacturing.