WaferTech Founded as a U.S. limited liability company in June 1996, WaferTech was the first dedicated semiconductor contract manufacturer, also known as a pure-play foundry, in the United States.

WaferTech, LLC Camas, WA 98607, USA
Jul 07, 2020
Job - Full time
WaferTech is seeking a Process Integration Engineer to join our team in Camas, Washington. A process integration engineer is the coordinator that provides fab integration engineering expertise to semiconductor manufacturing. The engineer in this position needs to consolidate customer requirements for specific customized application and cooperates with fab engineers internally to ensure and improve production yield. Responsibilities include: New product and technology transfer from TSMC Daily review and improvement of product E-test performance and product yield Inline defect reduction Work with customers to provide technical support Collaborate with engineering teams to maintain process stability Required Experience This is an entry level position that requires a MS degree in Electrical Engineering, Material Science or Physics.
WaferTech, LLC WA, USA
Aug 13, 2019
Job - Full time
  As a Yield Enhancement Engineer, you will be working in a very dynamic environment with wide job scopes including working with process module engineers to sustain process stability and improve product yield, new product launch and process customization, technology transfer, customer interaction and technical support.   Internal and external product/technology transfer and qualification Interface with customers to understand technology requirements and provide technical support Continuous process optimization and improvement Review and improve E-test performance of production wafers Technical report creation and presentation Collaborate with process engineering teams to maintain process stability  WaferTech is an integrated circuit (IC) semiconductor foundry in the United States. Our customers (other businesses) partner with WaferTech to manufacture the computer chips that the client has designed. The chips that we make end up in a...