Industrial Engineer, Semiconductor and Microelectronics

Greenville, SC
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Job Description:

FLUOR is looking for an industrial Engineering for the Semiconductor and Microelectronics Industry. The ideal candidate for this position will be based in one of FLUOR’s Greenville, SC or San Francisco, CA but other applicants across the country will be considered. This role is an opportunity to join an established but growing semiconductor practice in the Advanced Technology industry. The successful candidate must possess the drive, experience and charisma needed to work with a front-end design group to in early definition and concept designs for project in this area.

Critical to this role is a proven history and commitment to technical execution in the design and planning of facilities for multiple semiconductor & microelectronic clients. The critical definition of tooling requirements, optimization of process lines and cost-effective solution for our client needs. The selected individual will have a unique opportunity to influence the growth and organization of this group. This individual will work in a team of Architects and Engineers who develop the design standards for Semiconductor tooling and manufacturing lines, Support High Purity Water, Gas and Chemical systems and the associated wastewater and waste chemical drain collection and process systems. This position will also be responsible for the support the design team in the line optimization and organization of the physical layout of equipment in collaborations with process engineers and architectural designer.

Job ID: 142412BR

City: GREENVILLE

State: South Carolina

Country: United States

We are an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other criteria protected by governing law.