Samsung Electronics America PI Systems Administrator (311956) in Austin, Texas
PI Systems Administrator (311956)
Samsung Austin Semiconductor, LLC ,Austin Texas
Jun 19, 2017
Summary / Overview:
A PI-Systems Administrator uses extensive knowledge of Samsung specific systems WGPM, eSPEC, and MGuide to create, maintain, and approve process flow changes, spec target/limits, interlocks, metro sampling, and perform general troubleshooting tasks related to these systems. As a PI-Systems Administrator, you will have the opportunity to work closely on cross functional teams to create process flows, create/maintain MGuides, execute fab-wide process changes, and troubleshoot issues. Because eSPEC/WGPM control the steps, recipes, equipment types, queue times, metro sampling, etc…that production lots run with in the fab flawless execution, organized project planning, and excellent communication/people skills are all required. A typo or incorrect setting could result in a high volume of material scrap and/or production delays. A PI-Systems Administrator must also be creative in tackling open ended issues/problems and working well with Unit Parts, Metrology, DE, Q&R, EDS, and the PIE teams to safely test and solve these issues. He/she must be able to drive meetings to resolve complex, urgent issues, and must be able to provide recommendations on the safest and fastest solutions. Multi-tasking with speed and accuracy is also needed, balancing maintenance of existing process flows/MGuides with creating new flows/MGuides and troubleshooting unexpected issues.
Specific Job Duties:
Create/Maintain/Approve Process flow Specs (STEPSEQ, PPID, Queue times, Rework, etc....)
Create/Maintain/Approve Target Specs (Target, USL, LSL, Grade, etc…)
Capable of troubleshooting challenging, open-ended ESPEC/WGPM/ECO issues and working with UPs/DE/MI/SE.
Create/Maintain SOPs and Workflows, WGPM Reference Documents, and SharePoint ECO FAQ page.
Necessary Skills / Attributes
Education, Training, Experience:
Detailed knowledge and 2+ years’ experience with WGPM and eSPEC systems.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
Excellent Communication/People skills:
Lead and coordinate complex changes with multiple groups (PIE/Process/Manufacturing/Metrology/Etc…) without risk/delays to production.
Working with these groups to push approvals for change points.
Develop SOPs, workflows, and training materials to improve both team and site best practices
Work must be consistently error-free. Process flow creation involves thousands of fields on multiple tables to be populated correctly - one typo can lead to production scrap or delays.
Must be able to follow/create/maintain standard operating procedures (SOPs).
Careful auditing ability to review submissions for errors & reviewing requests before approval.
Strong General Computer and Database administration skills:
Work will require efficient and error-free use of Samsung-specific systems.
Ability to create custom macros/scripts a plus (not required).
Ability to work independently and troubleshoot issues/conflicts:
Each Team member owns/maintains specific devices and must prioritize their change points.
Coordination with multiple groups (PIE/Process/Manufacturing/Metrology/Systems Engineering/Etc…) is required to resolve open-ended systems issues without risk/delay to production.
Refine workflows, business processes, and system authority levels to promote both efficiency and quality.
Organized Projection planning/Multi-tasking:
Multiple changes points are often bundled together, requiring ability to negotiate with several groups of people to optimize execution method and timing.
Positive Attitude and Flexibility:
Off-hour night/weekend coverage is sometimes required for urgent issues.
Flexibility to work on a mix of both repetitive and unique tasks in the systems.
Willingness to adapt positively to rapid change.
Ability to address high-pressure situations involving mass production quickly and safely.
Samsung Austin Semiconductor (SAS) is one of the most advanced semiconductor manufacturing facilities in the United States. SAS produces digital LSI logic components for tablets, smart phones, and other mobile devices. In August, 2012, SAS invested $4 billion to accommodate full System LSI production, bringing our total investment in Austin to more than $17 billion. With 2400 employees and 2.3M square feet of space, SAS is producing a full range of design rule devices. Since 1997, SAS has been at the forefront of manufacturing technology, enabling the world's digital devices to operate at their highest performance.