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JR25656 Senior Chemical Engineer, Global Construction (Evergreen)
As a Global Facilities Chemical Project Engineer at Micron Technology, Inc., you will be responsible to provide high quality engineering services and specifications for the planning, design, construction, Start-up and Commissioning of your discipline specific Facilities systems in support of semiconductor manufacturing across the Micron Global Manufacturing Network.
During periods when assigned as an on-site site Discipline Project Engineer your responsibilities will be as follows :
You will participate in Project Design and Scope Development, Documentation, and Control Change, Vendor Selection, Project Tendering, and onsite Discipline Project Safety, Coordination and Execution for your discipline.
Responsibilities and Tasks
Project Team Discipline Lead
Coordinate System Design between GFTT, Local Project Team, Vendors, GC etc.
Document Discipline Scope
Management Discipline Scope Change Process and documentation.
Provide Project Procurement Technical Support
Ensure all Project scope is executed to Safety Standards and requirements. Review all Job plans for high risk during construction in discipline related areas / scope.
Track and Report progress weekly on Project progress, risk , schedule, cost for Discipline
Oversee Disciplines installation Q&A assurance and Testing and Commissioning Activities.
Coordinate and Lead Project Closeout activities for Discipline; Punch listing and verification, Documentation and System Handover.
During periods when not assigned as on-site site Discipline Project Engineer your responsibilities will be as follows :
You will participate in capacity and scenario planning, specification development and support system troubleshooting and technical issue resolution across the network and evaluate impact of changes.
In this role, you will support the Facilities Teams and Manufacturing sites across the network as a Subject Matter Expert in design, start-up, operations, and maintenance and will ensure environmental, safety, regulatory, and code compliance.
Responsibilities and Tasks
Design and Plan Systems and Buildings
Provide system designs for safe operations and maintenance
Develop, review, and maintain the equipment and component specifications and standards for the corporation.
Ensure material compatibility
Ensure designs comply with all applicable standards, codes, and regulations
Reviewing of the capacity planning databases (with Base Build capacities, POC assignments, and actual field conditions) across the network and validating utilization and diversity factor assumptions.
Review and advise sites on periodic system status presentations (system capacity, actual load, and projected loads based on all approved scenarios, key system accomplishments, and challenges / issues)
Assist sites with the evaluate system and distribution capacity impacts based on scenario changes as requested.
Reviewing and advising on scope for facilities infrastructure additions or modifications
Provide Project Support
Provide Micron specifications and standards to Design Firms and reviewing detailed designs and specifications for the installation of new facilities infrastructure
Provide support for cost and schedule estimates and justification for approval
Provide supervision and coordination of consultant resources required
Ensure appropriate communication with local facilities, Design, Construction, Procurement and manufacturing stakeholders as required to deliver project objectives and deliverables.
Be responsible for the timely review of design packages and providing documented comments and feedback as necessary.
Work with appropriate personnel to address problems or make corrections
Ensure that scope meets requestor needs
Ensure change management procedures are followed.
Monitor progress and provide engineering and design support during construction as required per project if necessary.
Provide Technical Support, Leadership, and Expertise
Provide consultation and support to Operations and Maintenance and Manufacturing as Technical Discipline Subject Matter Expert
Analyze system designs to identify improvements that will result in better performance, efficiency gains, reduced maintenance, and cost savings
Support sites with problem analysis using standard tools and methodologies as requested.
Provide Technical leadership and support to Procurement group on vendor qualifications, Vendor Selection and negotiations as needed.
Conduct risk and failure mode and effects analysis
Eliminate single points of failure and mitigate risk
Benchmark within and external to Micron sites on engineering and design BKMs of Facilities buildings and systems
Own and maintain of Corporate Facility of Record (FOR) Standards for your discipline.
Maintain leading edge applicable domain knowledge (chemical theory, instrumentation control theory, high purity principles, etc.)
Maintain equipment support knowledge (reaction modes / mechanisms, hazard protocol, leak detection, etc.)
Job Requirements :
Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering required, Master’s Degree desired.
Minimum 10-year experience in Chemical / Slurry System Engineering with a focus on Design and Construction of Semiconductor Chemical and Slurry Distribution system and equipment.
Ability to prioritize and schedule workload and work on multiple tasks concurrently
Good organizational skills and Service attitude
Excellent communication skills and good team working skills, English required
Familiarity with semiconductor manufacturing and facilities systems
Ability to travel internationally up to 50% of the time
Ability to complete onsite assignments within geographical region for 12-18 months.
Plans facilities changes for plant, office, and production equipment layouts, working toward economy of operation, maximum use of facilities and equipment, and compliance with laws and regulations.
Coordinates with architecture / engineering firms in developing design criteria and preparing layout and detail drawings.
Prepares bid sheets and contracts for construction and facilities acquisition. Reviews and estimates design costs including equipment, installation, labor, materials, preparation and other related costs.
Inspects construction and installation progress for conformance to established drawings, specifications, and schedules. Develops criteria and performance specifications required to meet unique operating requirements and building and safety codes.