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Product Test Technician

Location:
Beaverton, Oregon, United States
Posted:
March 17, 2019

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Oscar Do

**** ** **** ***, *********, OR *****

Cell 971-***-**** өmail: ac8tbd@r.postjobfree.com

SUMMARY

Extensive knowledge and experience in equipment preventive maintenance, repair and installation from design to qualification. Strong background in electronic and mechanical troubleshooting, solving complex problems.

Additional strengths include project management, bidding, planning budgeting and tracking schedules for equipment installation and improvements by way of value engineering. Proven leader, who is organized, detail-oriented and multi-tasked with excellent communication, people skills. Team leader focused on the deadline and completes all tasks efficiently and quickly.

EXPERIENCE:

Paradise Deli and Grocery LLC, 1533 SW 12th Ave., Portland, OR 97201 8/1/16 – 3/29/2019

Owner

Self-employed, Convenience Store Owner

Day to day store operations and managements. Maintained safe, organized and well-kept work stations. Prepared and tracked order forms for inventory and stocked supplies. Highlighted customer service background by building and maintaining a strong rapport with customers and various service and product representatives. Responsible for the store profits, and all controllable expenses including labor, inventory levels, and cash and inventory shortages.

Intel Corporation, D1D/X, Hillsboro, Oregon 9/4/2013 – 6/24/16

Engineering Technician in Litho ASML scanner equipment

Working closely with ASML’ FSE to ensure tool come back up to production on a timely manner.

Supported all the upgrade, LCW refills, ASML HIPF, RS duct replacement, manual chuck clean, lens set-up, Ilias dial in, PM and RS swap, super soak requals, CDM vertical update, focal, artifacts, and STLFM and DTLFM adjustments on immersion scanners in D1D and D1X.

Supported on all I/Q activities on SAS/SAR scanners such as requested PMs from TO or GL, requals, ran EFs & COH & grid check lots, cross-link projects due to down track and ASML’s FSE by getting ASML test wafers and gathering monitor reticles, stored TW lots, sent TW to regen, requested HB lots as needed for bring tool up and update TWT as ASML uses.

Completed all the PMs assigned to shift per spec & RFC and finishing up PMs that are not completed by previous shifts and made regular rounds on the SAQ/SAR/SAS tools to ensure that tools were running with no errors on the track or scanner.

Changing MCs per TO requests and running MLETs to make sure ENNE and SyCo are converged on all tools due to jump in ENNE or SyCo.

Reticle cycling from each load port to each IRL and from each IRL to reticle stage to ensure that after the repair there are no reticle handling issues that cause particle or scratches.

Responsible for operation support and troubleshooting with tool OOC, reticle inspection failure, tool idle, link WIP failure, focus spot, exposure issue and to disposition them according to spec and xRFC.

Intel Corporation, F11X, Albuquerque, New Mexico 7/8/2009 – 8/21/2013

Equipment Technician in Litho ASML scanner equipment

Responsible for ROC support and troubleshooting with tool OOC, reticle inspection failure, tool idle, link WIP failure, focus spot, exposure issue and to disposition them according to spec and xRFC

Performing ASML scanner equipment weekly PM per spec 126*-**-****-***, RFC Spec 126*-**-****-***, Quarterly PM Spec 1268-34-0479-00s.

Responsible for disposition registration failure of ASML scanner per xRFC.

L3 certified on ASML scanner and KLA-Tencor Overlay AIM 200 Equipment.

Certified at CCC and RCS in Litho Metro to run REG, CDSEM. DOR, DPC, DMT and at MIK.

Intel Corporation, California Technology Manufacturing, Santa Clara, CA 2/2006 – 6/2009

Senior Equipment Technician Team Leader

Copper response team leader on Shift in thin-film and litho.

Lead the team to create tool decommission checklists, shut down 216 tools without safety or quality issues.

Saved $1.2 million of harvested parts on retired tools.

Performed advanced repair and preventive maintenance on wafer handling, cassette inspection, cassette particle measurement and boat box washing tools.

Equipment leader across all Shifts, tool UP time (95%) all time high company-wide best. Ability to do this through training, team work, knowledge sharing and Zero vendor support.

Performed OJT on post-silicon validation using Automated Test Equipment platform, this included both functional and structural test for debug as well as thermal bath characterization using national instrument hardware/software.

Intel Corporation, California Technology Manufacturing, Santa Clara, CA 11/1999 – 2/2006

Engineering Technician Specialist

Copper awareness trainer for new recruits.

Macro, Optistation Final & Develop Check inspection and VARS equipment owner.

Responsible for all metrology tool installation, de-install, qualification and safety sign off.

Performed repair and major maintenance on macro, optical inspection tools and photo archiving network. Cost savings of $95K yearly, not to have vendor service.

Improved equipment PM checklist to save time and cost for parts. Shared knowledge with other company sites. Traveled to other sites to assist with tools being in line down.

Trained and certified 47 equipment techs on tool repair and PM. Created recognition program to award employees who owned weekly, monthly PM and minor repairs with a lunch ticket.

Intel Corporation, California Technology Manufacturing, Santa Clara, CA 11/1995 – 11/1999

Tool Install/Removal and Qualification Construction Coordinator

Responsible for functional area tool installation and removal from design to completion.

Coordinate equipment field installation and removal activity with subcontractors and equipment vendors.

Worked with vendors on process qualification, meeting project schedules and budget goals by escalating field engineering issues.

EDUCATION

A.S. Degree in Microelectronics Technology – Mission College, Santa Clara, California

Lithographing Certificate

Logic Technology Development Award - Intel Inc.

Training, Teamwork and Recognition Awards –Intel Inc.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

UNIX Basics Basic Electrical Safety Advanced Electrical Safety

Demo Safety Training P8xx Process Flow Introduction to Semiconductor

Copper Training General Safety Awareness Control of Hazardous Energies

ERT First/Aid CPR Manufacturing Ergonomics High Performing Maintenance (HPM)

FUZION WIINGS intermediate Job Hazard Analysis Process

Process Matching FAB Tape out Principles Advanced Chemical Safety

Presentation Skills P8xx E-Test Excursion Prevention for Engineer

Basic Laser Safety SPC++ Advanced Modules Measurement Capability Analysis

Vacuum Basics Harassment Avoidance Basic Laser Safety

Project Triangle Effective Meetings Improvement Strategies

7-Step Problem Solving Constructive Confrontation

VENDOR TRAINING CLASSES

Nikon Optistation Level 3 Equipment Accent OPTI, 200MM Q5 Applications

Nikon Optistation 200MM OJT Marco Inspection Equipment Maintenance

Hitachi 200/300MM SEM Applications TEL 200MM ACT 8 L1 Operations

Thermawave 200MM OP2600 Applications KLA 200MM AIT Applications

KLA 2131 Applications Tencor/Prometrix SFS 7500 OPS/APS

References: Available upon request.



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