Manufacturability and availability becomes more and more important for our customers. The amount of sold configurations and upgrades is rapidly increasing. While the machine performance (like overlay, focus, throughput) remains as important.
To be capable to handle this, we need additional architects. There are several open positions; therefor this job description is setup in a more generic way.
Take ownership on large part of machine. Create overview what is changing, and review those changes. Secure that all requirements for this module are met (over whole lifecycle).
- Maintain and update system level requirement docs
- Perform studies. To find solutions for new functionality, upgrades and other improvements.
- Regular reviews/ carousels with projects:
- Review new designs & design changes on industrialization aspects (manufacturability, serviceability, modularity, etc)
- Monitor progress on reaching their system specifications
- Identify and solve cross-project issues. Involve SE in case of important trade offs
- Define (and organize) test plan to validate system architecture
Masters; preferably in mechanics or industrialization.
- 3 years working experience as architect (or lead engineer), preferably at semi-conductor industry
- Field or factory experience (worked there or intensive collaboration)
- Experience with at least 3 of the following topics:
- Requirements engineering
- Configuration management / BoM (Bill of Materials)
- Improving company processes & WoW’s (Way of Workings)
- Siemens NX/TC (preferably in managing machine layouts)
- Can take ownership for a large module/system with many contributing projects
- Helicopter view: easily can determine priorities and main risks
- Can think in company processes to get things done and better controlled
- Pro-active in finding risks and opportunities regarding high quality products
- Teamplayer on all levels (SE, architects, management, factory engineers)
- Assertive: starts pushing incase of low quality solutions
Context of the position
You will be part of the Mechanical Layout (ML) project, which is amongst others responsible for the mechanical system architecture. The team doesn’t deliver hardware themselves, but has an overall responsibility, that the total system can be build, transported, installed and serviced in a safe and efficient way.