Lead Engineer – AZ001
Westerwood Global is a leading provider of manufacturing and technical support services tailored exclusively for the semiconductor industry. At Westerwood Global, we work with our customers to provide a “Whole Fab Support Experience” across all tool types.
Westerwood Global is a progressive and dynamic company. We pride ourselves in offering industry leading, project based, contract & permanent, employment opportunities. Our employees are the core of our service solutions and their professional development is a vital aspect of the Westerwood Global culture.
Westerwood Global is currently looking for a Field Service Engineer for various locations throughout the US.
To actively lead a team of team of 3 technicians and 1 safety spotter in the installation and the ongoing monitoring, repair and replacement of prefabricated electrical heating jackets. In addition, this role will require the successful applicant to be the subject matter expert for the technical and engineering side of the product and will receive initial training in Taiwan
Customer’s installation schedule will vary, so ability to reprioritize and maintain and report on progress is critical
- Electrical Competence to work with installation and troubleshooting of Electrically Heated and PID Controlled Circuits
(needs to be able to safely and competently work with single phase / 3 phase and control electrical circuits)
- Management of a dedicated mixed capability team
- Safety Focused
- Working at height element of the role, so team needs to be able to comply with customer safety guidelines, manage other contractors working within the same area
- Lock Out / Tag Out
- Permit to Work
- Project Management – ability to optimise teams efficiency based upon availability of tools from the customer, communication with Westerwood’s customer overseas and interface with end user customer in Phoenix
- CAD / Mechanical Drawings – ability to interpret design drawings either printed or CAD provided
- Ability to identify variations between drawings and “as built”
- Planning corrective actions to ensure 100% coverage
- Communication Skills – both written and verbal plus evidence of remote communications
- Physically agile – requirement to climb ladders, work in restricted spaces (between fab and subfab)
- Ability to work at heights
- Ability to manage conflict and seek resolution to situations
- Ability to train others on elements of the SoW
- Strong technical skills, both knowledge and communication to required stakeholders locally and remotely