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Fab Operator PO #10030119

Company Name:
AMI Semiconductor
Fab Operator PO #10030119 Use your Linkedin Profile to help you apply faster!
Job ID 17376
Location Pocatello, ID
Category Manufacturing
Relocation Approved?
No
Employee Referral Expense
No
Position Type Contractor/Temporary
Work Hours Per Week
Travel Requirements
Required Education High School Diploma/GED
Required Experience 0-2 years
Position Description
In this position, Fab Operators (Manufacturing Technologists) begin as temporary employees with the opportunity to convert to a regular ON employee based on business needs and work performance.
As a Fab Operator you will:
o Operate manufacturing equipment in the production of semiconductor devices on silicon wafers.
o Work in a clean room environment that requires wearing specialized work clothing and work protocols.
o Work as part of a team in a fast paced environment to ensure production goals are met.
o Work a schedule that consists of 12 hour shifts working three days one week and 4 days on alternating weeks, including working a Saturday or a Sunday. Both day and night shifts are available.
Position Requirements
o Strong interpersonal communication skills.
o Able to read, understand and follow written job directions.
o Able to work with minimum direct supervision.
o Be organized and able to multi task.
o Have a desire for perfection and strong attention to detail.
o Be comfortable using computers and learning new computer programs.
o Able to stand and walk the entire shift.
o Have a high school diploma or GED.
Marketing Message
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against applicants due to race, ethnicity, gender, veteran status, or on the basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.

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