Plating Technician in Colorado Springs, CO at Volt

Date Posted: 2/6/2020

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Contingent
  • Job Type:
  • Duration:
    24 weeks
  • Date Posted:
    2/6/2020
  • Job ID:
    217329
  • Contact Name
    Volt Branch
  • Phone
    719-277-7260

Job Description

Volt is seeking a Plating Technician for second shift for Semi-Conductor manufacturing support in a high tech, high volume, small company environment. The plating technician will support advanced packaging of wafer and die level bare silicon products. 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Monitor plating bath chemistry and adjust chemistry to plating line baths as necessary, check tank temperatures and pH.
  • Run titrations to analyze chemical baths and keep the line in balance.
  • Setup plating runs; maintain the plating line.
  • Inspect all related tank level sensors, piping, fittings, and pumps for leaks and damage.
  • Monitor parts as they run through plating baths.
  • Run parts manually through plating line.
  • Maintain logs for chemical additions.
  • Wafer handling (standard thickness and thin wafers).
  • Visually inspect wafers pre and post plate using microscopes and digital imaging systems.
  • Shear metals post plate and perform height measurements.
  • Carry out bi-weekly and monthly plating tanks maintenance, including dumping, cleaning and preparation of the process baths.
  • Help with running plating experiments and new plating processes.                             
  • Can do maintenance on sensors, change out pneumatic lines, change out tank valves and heat exchangers.                                                
  •                                          
  • Performs and documents all plating calibrations.                                         
  • This job requires you to be on your feet for the majority of your assigned shift. 
  • Must be able to work in a clean room environment and follow clean room protocol.
  • Must understand best practices for safe handling of chemicals.

SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS:

  • An associate’s degree in Chemistry or related field and 3-4 years experience in Chemical or Semiconductor Industry; or High School diploma/GED/or equivalent and 5-6 years experience in Chemical or Semiconductor Industry.
  • Algebra knowledge.
  • Good communication skills, both verbal and written for product documentation.
  • Handling and use of hazardous chemicals.  

Volt is seeking a Plating Technician for second shift for Semi-Conductor manufacturing support in a high tech, high volume, small company environment. The plating technician will support advanced packaging of wafer and die level bare silicon products. 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Monitor plating bath chemistry and adjust chemistry to plating line baths as necessary, check tank temperatures and pH.
  • Run titrations to analyze chemical baths and keep the line in balance.
  • Setup plating runs; maintain the plating line.
  • Inspect all related tank level sensors, piping, fittings, and pumps for leaks and damage.
  • Monitor parts as they run through plating baths.
  • Run parts manually through plating line.
  • Maintain logs for chemical additions.
  • Wafer handling (standard thickness and thin wafers).
  • Visually inspect wafers pre and post plate using microscopes and digital imaging systems.
  • Shear metals post plate and perform height measurements.
  • Carry out bi-weekly and monthly plating tanks maintenance, including dumping, cleaning and preparation of the process baths.
  • Help with running plating experiments and new plating processes.                             
  • Can do maintenance on sensors, change out pneumatic lines, change out tank valves and heat exchangers.                                                
  •                                          
  • Performs and documents all plating calibrations.                                         
  • This job requires you to be on your feet for the majority of your assigned shift. 
  • Must be able to work in a clean room environment and follow clean room protocol.
  • Must understand best practices for safe handling of chemicals.

SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS:

  • An associate’s degree in Chemistry or related field and 3-4 years experience in Chemical or Semiconductor Industry; or High School diploma/GED/or equivalent and 5-6 years experience in Chemical or Semiconductor Industry.
  • Algebra knowledge.
  • Good communication skills, both verbal and written for product documentation.
  • Handling and use of hazardous chemicals.