EPI Equipment Technician
Your primary responsibilities will be performing PM’s and keeping EPI equipment up and running. Regularly communicating with Engineers, Operators, Technicians, relaying equipment status and new developments. Logging tool status in MES and planning ahead for PMs on uptime. Performing mechanical assembly, parts cleaning, helium leak detection, and electrical troubleshooting on semiconductor equipment. Documenting all work done for future reference and Contributing to the Continuous Improvement efforts. Generating SOPs and specifications for PMs and troubleshooting. Please note this is a 4 x10 off shift (6pm to 4am).
Facilities Equipment Maintenance Technician
The primary focus of this position is to help the team perform scheduled general and preventative maintenance on production equipment including but not limited to; PCW, HVAC, vacuum systems, pump systems, bulk gas systems, standard gas supply systems, RODI systems, along with general building maintenance. Help support general production areas related to wet etch, dry etch, metal deposition, dielectric deposition, metrology, and photolithography.
Staff Display Engineer
Raxium is a leader in the display technology industry. We are funded by a number of Tier-1 Venture Capital firms in Silicon Valley and guided by an Executive Team with proven track record of successfully launching disruptive technologies and transitioning them into commercial success. We’re developing a completely novel class of semiconductor display technology that will enable new functionality in future display products.
We are seeking an experienced Test Engineer to develop state-of-the-art opto-electronic test capabilities to meet our technology milestones. This is a hands-on role within a small team of test and product engineers. The ideal candidate will have a successful track record of maintaining and developing opto-electronic test capabilities for semiconductor devices or displays. This will involve collaboration with cross-functional/cross-company teams and equipment vendors to meet the device requirements for our next-generation displays.