Process Sustaining Engineering Intern
Are you a problem solver looking for a hands-on internship position with a market-leading company that will help develop your career and reward you intellectually and professionally?
Analog Devices (ADI) has just over $9 billion in revenue with offices around the world. As a global leader in the design and manufacturing of analog, mixed signal, power management and DSP integrated circuits, ADI is known for helping to solve its customers’ toughest engineering challenges. With a commitment to engineering for good, ADI strives to create a more sustainable future, while also focusing on its employees through mentoring programs, employee networks and continuous learning opportunities.
At ADI, you will learn from the brightest minds who are here to help you grow and succeed. During your internship, you will make an impact through work on meaningful projects alongside a team of experts. Collaborating with colleagues in an environment of respect and responsibility, you will create connections that will become a part of your professional network.
ADI’s culture values aligned goals, work-life balance, continuous and life-long learning opportunities, and shared rewards. The internship program features various lunch-and-learn topics and social events with other interns and full-time employees.
At ADI, our goal is to develop our interns so they are the first to be considered for full-time roles.
Apply now for the opportunity to grow your career and help innovate ahead of what’s possible.
Wilmington Wafer Fab CVD/Thin Film group is seeking a motivated, enthusiastic person, currently enrolled in a Materials Science, or Chemical Engineering B.S. degree track, to fill an internship position that will provide support to our Global Operations & Technology group located at ADI's Wilmington, MA facility. The opportunity is available for the May - August 2023 time period. You would be working closely in a team environment, with 4-6 other process engineers, as well as, individually, to help support specific area(s) in Wafer Fab; such as Thin Film or CVD. It is a great opportunity to get exposure to the inner workings of a 6"/8" clean room Wafer Fab and to learn about semiconductor manufacturing processes and equipment.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Unit process development and improvement
- Reducing overall wafer processing costs via monitor wafer reduction, cheaper gas and chemical suppliers, improving operational efficiency and eliminating non-value added activities
- Assisting with new equipment or process qualifications
- Doing root cause analysis of process/manufacturing issues & implementing fixes
All the above requires one to routinely work inside a clean room with the required clean room garment protocols
For positions requiring access to technical data, Analog Devices, Inc. may have to obtain export licensing approval from the U.S. Department of Commerce - Bureau of Industry and Security and/or the U.S. Department of State - Directorate of Defense Trade Controls. As such, applicants for this position – except US Citizens, US Permanent Residents, and protected individuals as defined by 8 U.S.C. 1324b(a)(3) – may have to go through an export licensing review process.
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Job Req Type: Internship/Cooperative
Required Travel: No