Senior Electrical Engineer, Global Facilities

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Micron Technology Inc.
Boise, ID, United States

Phone: 2083682279
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Senior Electrical Engineer, Global Facilities


Boise, ID 

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Job Description:

Our vision is to transform how the world uses information to enrich life for all.
Micron Technology is a world leader in innovating memory and storage solutions that accelerate the transformation of information into intelligence, inspiring the world to learn, communicate and advance faster than ever.

As a Senior Engineer, Electrical for the Global Facilities Engineering department at Micron Technology, Inc., you will be responsible to provide high quality Engineering services and support for the planning, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of your discipline specific Facilities systems in support of the Semiconductor Manufacturing sites across the Micron Global Manufacturing Network. In this role, you will support the Facilities Teams and Manufacturing sites across the network as the Technical Subject Matter Expert through all phases of design, construction, installation, start-up, operations and maintenance with focus and emphasis on Global Standardization and Alignment, Innovation, Reliability and Performance, and Sustainability.

Responsibilities and Tasks

Provide Technical Support, Leadership, and Expertise
  • Provide consultation and support to Global, Regional, and Site Facilities and Manufacturing teams as the Technical Discipline Subject Matter Expert
  • Collaborate with internal partners and stakeholders including Technology Development Team, Procurement, Finance, Legal, etc.
  • Develop, review, and maintain the Micron Global system, equipment, and component Standards, Specifications, and Best Known Methods (BKMs)
  • Review and ensure Standardization and Alignment across the Micron Global Network and Sites for Engineering and Design concepts, Construction Project execution, Reliability Programs deployment, and Operations and Maintenance practices
  • Analyze system designs to identify improvements that will result in better performance, efficiency gains, reduced maintenance, and cost savings
  • Support sites with problem analysis using standard tools and methodologies as requested
  • Benchmark within and external to Micron sites on Engineering Best Practices and Best Known Methods (BKM) of Facilities buildings and systems
  • Maintain leading edge technical knowledge on your respective discipline including for Industry Trends and Technological advances, emerging technology roadmap, Design Innovations, Sustainability, etc.)

Provide Design and Construction Project Support, Leadership, and Expertise
  • Support the Micron Global, Regional, and Site Design and Construction project teams in the Engineering and Design development for new large-scale, Facilities Infrastructure Expansion projects
  • Develop, review, and maintain the Micron Global Design and Construction Standards and Construction Specifications with focus and emphasis on Engineering Design and Construction of your respective discipline systems
  • Develop the system design concepts for your respective discipline systems to be deployed into the Design and Construction Projects
  • Ensure appropriate communication with local Facilities, Design, Construction, Procurement and Manufacturing stakeholders as required to deliver project objectives and deliverables
  • Perform timely review of design packages and providing documented comments and feedback as necessary
  • Provide support for cost and schedule estimates and justification for approval
  • Provide supervision and coordination of Consultant resources required
  • Ensure that scope meets customer and requestor needs
  • Ensure change management procedures are followed
  • Monitor progress and provide Engineering and Design support during construction as required per project if necessary
  • Ensure designs comply with all applicable standards, codes, and regulations
  • Review capacity planning databases and system operating trends across the network and validating utilization and diversity factor assumptions
  • Participate and/or lead capacity and scenario planning across the network, including evaluation of system and distribution capacity impacts based on scenario changes
  • Review and advise on scope, schedule, and cost estimates for Facilities infrastructure additions or modifications

Provide Global Initiatives Program Support, Leadership, and Expertise
  • Develop, review, and maintain Micron Global Best Known Methods (BKM) documents with focus and emphasis on Operations and Maintenance Reliability and/or Performance
  • Lead & own the Global Facilities Programs & Initiatives, including establishing and defining the program objectives, roadmaps, and high-level implementation plan
  • Lead the Global Facilities Sustainability Programs including for Emissions, Energy, Water, Wastewater, and Green Infrastructure Design Pillars in support of Micron’s Corporate Sustainability program
  • Collect and consolidate Lessons Learned and feedback from Micron Global, Regional, and Site teams to incorporate into the Micron Global Standards and BKMs

Job Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering required
  • Minimum 7 to 10-years experience in Semiconductor and/or Facilities related industry
  • Technical expertise, knowledge, and experience on Facilities and Semiconductor Electrical including High, Medium, and Low Voltage Electrical Systems, Critical and Emergency Electrical Backup Systems, Sag Mitigation Systems and Uninterruptible Power Supplies, Variable Frequency Drives, Lighting, and Electrical Distribution Systems.
  • Ability to prioritize and schedule workload and work on multiple tasks concurrently
  • Good organizational skills and Service attitude
  • Excellent communication skills and good team working skills, English Required
  • Self-motivated worker
  • Familiarity with Semiconductor Manufacturing and Facilities systems
  • Ability to travel internationally 25-40% of the time on average, but up to 50-66% of the time during Critical Project phases or Site Activities