Chemical Technician

Micron Technology, Inc. Boise , ID 83701

Posted 3 months ago

Req. ID: 131112

Micron Technology's vision is to transform how the world uses information to enrich life and our commitment to people, innovation, tenacity, collaboration, and customer focus allows us to fulfill our mission to be a global leader in memory and storage solutions. This means conducting business with integrity, accountability, and professionalism while supporting our global community.

The Facilities Chemical Services Technician at Micron Technology, Inc., is responsible for working in a team environment involving the installation, startup, operation, maintenance and quality control of all chemical services or process chemical systems for the site. The Chemical Services Technician ensures a continuous supply of high quality chemicals for the various areas and in the event of a system failure, must be competent to restore the chemical service as soon as possible. Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Safety & Quality:

  • Completes all required safety training and conducts all work in accordance with Micron and Technology Development (TD) safety policies

  • Stops work for safety if unsafe conditions and/or behaviors are identified

  • Utilizes and reviews job hazard analysis (JHA/JSA) for work being performed

  • Follows all safety and environmental procedures to ensure compliance with applicable regulations including PPE, CoHE (lockout /tagout) and chemical safety

  • Follows-up on safety and quality related issues immediately and works towards resolution with stakeholders

  • Actively participates in the EHS program by reporting all EHS-related concerns or problems immediately (maximum 24 hours)

  • Performs and facilitates audits and submits good catches

  • Always wears appropriate PPE, per JHA, supervisor, EHS professionals, and/or job designation

  • Proactively identifies opportunities to reduce potential hazards which may impact personnel health and/or the environment

  • Uses proper lifting techniques and works in an ergonomically correct manner

  • Follows proper change management practices to ensure safety and quality expectations are met

  • Drives quality improvement initiatives in their area to reduce Fab impacts, improve efficiency and identify cost savings

  • Operates and maintains equipment and tools within manufacturer's and company guidelines to ensure safety and quality expectations are met

  • Ensures area-specific procedures and documents exist and submits updates to content when needed

Communication & Collaboration:

  • Makes recommendations related to preventative maintenance and other non-routine issues

  • Collaborates with areas leaders to create personal performance and development goals

  • Partners with key stakeholders to monitor data to continuously improve critical metrics

  • Partners with stakeholders to resolve equipment/process issues and maximize system stability

  • Communicates proactively with leaders and stakeholders on the daily priorities and issues

  • Attends and participates in meetings and provides input

  • Ensures pass down is accurate and reflects the current work status

  • Partners with area leaders and stakeholders to gather input for area improvement

  • Communicates changes made to equipment and follows business rules for change control

  • Proactively communicates issues that could cause Fab impact, defects, tool restrictions, or lost moves

Project Management/Planning:

  • Supports or manages area projects to ensure deliverables are completed within required scope and schedule

  • Participates or leads project meetings and completes assigned actions

  • Partners with leader to prioritize project action items

  • Tracks actions and provides escalation path to ensure actions will be completed on time

  • Follows proper business processes for maintaining, installing, modifying, or removing facilities equipment

  • Uses a systematic project management methodology to develop, prioritize and manage projects

Technical/Data Analysis:

  • Independently performs technical tasks

  • Follows general instructions on new assignments

  • Works on assignments that are semi-routine in nature

  • Applies judgement in quickly resolving routine problems

  • Troubleshoots problems where reference materials are available

  • Applies limited judgment in resolving non-routine problems

  • Monitors, analyzes and addresses issues for area processes each shift

  • Supports and monitors area processes and addresses/escalates issues

  • Monitors equipment to resolve equipment issues and maximize system stability

  • Supports area cost reduction activities

  • Provides effective and timely support to resolve equipment issues

  • Identifies and resolves chronic equipment alarm issues

  • Identifies and reduces equipment defects to improve quality

  • Drives a culture of TPM including TPM metrics, CIP items, MTAGs, and procedures

  • Assists with installation, modification and removal of facilities equipment

  • Maintains applicable discipline knowledge, such as high purity theory, hydraulic, pneumatics and chemical principles

  • Maintains tools and equipment in working order

  • Identifies and responds according to alarm conditions

  • Identifies abnormal operating conditions and high usage of process chemical systems

  • Completes all assigned PMs and work orders in a timely and thorough manner

Qualifications:

  • Intermediate PC skills including a familiarity with MS Office Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

  • Proven ability to follow procedures and work with minimal supervision

  • Flexible with job responsibilities and shift assignments

  • Proven time management, organization, and prioritization skills

  • Proven ability to multi-task in a high-paced environment

  • Proven ability to communicate effectively

  • Strong partnering and teamwork skills

  • Demonstrated strong written and verbal communication skills

  • Demonstrated critical thinking skills

  • Demonstrated ability to continuously learn and self-improve

  • Demonstrated ability to handle basic arithmetic calculations

  • Ability to be respiratory certified

Education and Experience:

  • Required: Minimum Relevant degree or appropriate certifications/licensing

  • Preferred: Associate's or Bachelor's Degree with one year of water or wastewater experience

About Us

As the leader in innovative memory solutions, Micron is helping the world make sense of data by delivering technology that is transforming how the world uses information. Through our global brands Micron, Crucial and Ballistix we offer the industry's broadest portfolio. We are the only company manufacturing today's major memory and storage technologies: DRAM, NAND, NOR and 3D XPoint memory. Our solutions are purpose built to leverage the value of data to unlock financial insights, accelerate scientific breakthroughs and enhance communication around the world.

Micron Benefits

Employee Rewards Program, Healthcare, Paid time off (Combined Sick and Vacation Time), Retirement savings plans, Paid maternity/paternity leave, Employee Assistance Program, Professional development training, Workplace wellness programs, Micron Health Clinic (Boise only), Fitness Center / Activity rooms (Boise only), Tuition Reimbursement, Micron Corporate Discounts, Casual Dress attire.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.

For US Sites Only: To request assistance with the application process and/or for reasonable accommodations, please contact Micron's Human Resources Department at 1-800-336-8918 or 208-368-4748 and/or by completing our General Contact Form

Keywords: Boise || Idaho (US-ID) || United States (US) || Technology Development || Experienced || Regular || Facilities/Site Services || Not Applicable || Tier 3 ||


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