INFICON Sr. Site Lead in Austin, Texas
The Sr. Site Lead is the primary interface between the client and IMS and must reflect our unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction. You are responsible for maintaining an excellent client relationship and for resolving/escalating any problems/concerns encountered. You will work with a broad range of client stakeholders, the other members of the IMS consulting team, and the IMS software development team to successfully and efficiently deploy our applications to help our clients achieve their objectives. You will train end users, support client change management needs, test client requested application changes, and meet project budget and timeline.
Our ideal candidate would have a strong analytical background, experience in semiconductor manufacturing, familiarity with industrial engineering concepts, and basic knowledge of SQL. Prior experience managing software development projects is also a plus. Willingness to learn our industry, work with fellow team members and with clients, and adapt to changes is required.
Represent INFICON IMS to your clients both on site and in frequent remote calls.
Lead the entire project life cycle by developing and maintaining the schedule to meet project goals, defining clear deliverables, determining what expertise is required, and producing estimates of program/project requirements based on changing client needs.
Work closely with other members of the IMS consulting team including frequent communication with Program Lead and Commercial Lead for your sites.
Work closely with the IMS software development team including providing feedback on applications, communicating new feature requests, performing QA for new versions, and managing deployments.
Effectively interface with broad range of client stakeholders including operators, process engineers, industrial engineers, Fab managers, IT, and executives.
Develop training material, provide onsite training, and update IMS Help Site as needed.
Provide support during unscheduled downtime which may require being on call for nights and weekends occasionally.
3+ years experience in semiconductor manufacturing
Bachelor’s degree or higher in engineering or computer science
Responsibilities commensurate with experience and education
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
Familiarity with industrial engineering concepts
Knowledge of SQL especially with Oracle databases
Effective communication skills and comfortable presenting to groups
PowerPoint and presentation generation skills
Self-starter with strong self-management
Ability to juggle multiple priorities and projects at the same time
Expert level knowledge in PL/SQL and Oracle databases
Experience managing software development projects
Ability to speak/write Japanese or Mandarin
Willingness to work temporary assignments overseas
- 3-10 years: Semiconductor manufacturing
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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