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About the Job:
Texas Instruments (TI) is looking for a Manufacturing Operations Intern to be responsible for evaluating and supporting our manufacturing operations.
What You Will Do
- Maintain capacity modeling data integrity via engineering change control monitoring and frequent communication with tool owners to ensure model readiness.
- Gather the information required and to understanding capacity analysis and production impact.
- Performing “what-if” analysis on business changes.
- Collect and validate data via stopwatch time studies and automation logs analysis, to analyze throughput impact of various process changes.
- Identify opportunities to improve cycle time and increase our capacity models’ ability to support operational decision making.
- Assist tool owners to understand capacity impacts associated with process changes.
- Identify tools/moves required to support starts mix shift due to business change.
- Provide information for management reviews of operational performance.
- Determine starts and mixes that we can support for the current time period and for the future look-ahead based on our capacity, constraints, available tools, tool performance and future process releases scheduled in our factory.
- Provide a list of focused toolsets for the modules to work on in the coming quarter.
- Optimize, develop, implement and maintain methods, operation sequence, equipment layout, and processes in the fabrication of wafers.
- Provide capacity analysis and cost analysis support for decision making.
- Perform equipment loading studies and determining methods for flow linearization and reduction in variation.
- Interface with engineering, manufacturing, and planning/coordinating the release of new methods, flows, and processes.
- Estimate manufacturing cost, determining time standards, and making recommendations for tooling and process requirements of new or existing process flows.
- Maintain records and reporting systems for measurement of manufacturing operations.
- Analyze large data sets.
Required Skills and Abilities
- Currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Business Admin or Economics or related field.
- Minimum Cumulative 3.0/4.0 GPA.
- Ability to initiate activities to support fab and group goals.
- Ability to work and interact equally with all fab disciplines and all levels of the fab organization.
- Demonstrated strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills.
- Ability to work in teams and collaborate effectively with people in different functions.
- Strong time management skills that enable on-time project delivery.
- Demonstrated ability to build strong, influential relationships.
- Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced and rapidly changing environment.
- Ability to take the initiative and drive for results.
- Job type:Internships
- Closing Date:11th Feb 2021, 6:00 pm