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About the job
Texas Instruments (TI) is looking for an Manufacturing Operations Intern to be responsible for evaluating and supporting our manufacturing operations.
Responsibilities include :
Maintain capacity modeling data integrity via engineering change control monitoring and frequent communication with tool owners to ensure model readiness
Gather the information required and to understanding capacity analysis and production impact
Performing what-if analysis on business changes
Collect and validate data via stopwatch time studies and automation logs analysis, to analyze throughput impact of various process changes
Identify opportunities to improve cycle time and increase our capacity models’ ability to support operational decision making
Assist tool owners to understand capacity impacts associated with process changes
Identify tools / moves required to support starts mix shift due to business change
Provide information for management reviews of operational performance
Determine starts and mixes that we can support for the current time period and for the future look-ahead based on our capacity, constraints, available tools, tool performance and future process releases scheduled in our factory
Provide a list of focused toolsets for the modules to work on in the coming quarter
Optimize, develop, implement and maintain methods, operation sequence, equipment layout, and processes in the fabrication of wafers
Provide capacity analysis and cost analysis support for decision making
Perform equipment loading studies and determining methods for flow linearization and reduction in variation
Interface with engineering, manufacturing, and planning / coordinating the release of new methods, flows, and processes
Estimate manufacturing cost, determining time standards, and making recommendations for tooling and process requirements of new or existing process flows
Maintain records and reporting systems for measurement of manufacturing operations
Analyze large data sets
Texas Instruments will not sponsor job applicants for visas or work authorization for this position.
Currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering or related field
Minimum Cumulative 3.0 / 4.0 GPA Preferred qualifications :
Ability to initiate activities to support fab and group goals
Ability to work and interact equally with all fab disciplines and all levels of the fab organization
Demonstrated strong analytical and problem solving skills
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Ability to work in teams and collaborate effectively with people in different functions
Strong time management skills that enable on-time project delivery
Demonstrated ability to build strong, influential relationships
Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced and rapidly changing environment
Ability to take the initiative and drive for results