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Title:  Process Engineer (Intern) 1

Company:  Renesas Electronics America Inc.
Country/Region:  US
City:  Various
Business Unit: 
Job Function:  Hardware(Analog)
Job Type:  Temporary

Renesas Electronics Americas (REA) is a dynamic, multi-cultural tech company where employees can learn,
mentor and thrive. REA brings together the strong financial foundation of a multi-billion dollar global
operation and the flexibility and velocity of a smaller organization. We are developing technologies for the
latest advances in mobile computing, secured connected devices, autonomous driving, smart homes and
factories and more. Our solutions are at the heart of products developed by the major innovators around
the world. Join us and be part of what’s next in electronics. For more information about Renesas, please
visit https://jobs.renesas.com/

This is an Intern position for a qualified individual to work in Renesas’ Operations Group in our Process
Engineering Group in a 24x7 wafer fab producing wafers in BiCMOS, CMOS, and
bipolar silicon technologies. Target training and development will be within the thin films area along with
multi-disciplinary exposure to ION implantation and plasma etch.

• Exposure to thin film processes and
equipment including Plasma Enhanced
Chemical Vapor Deposition (PECVD)
dielectrics, Atmospheric CVD (ACVD)
dielectrics, and Physical Vapor Deposition
(PVD) of high purity metals.
• Learn the metrology equipment used to
characterize and measure the films.
These metrology tools include multiple
forms of spectroscopy, X-Ray, and
electrical evaluation methods.
• Learn how these processes interact with
CMOS/DMOS and bipolar devices used to
manufacture silicon semiconductors used
in the commercial and industrial
• Responsibilities include learning the
manufacturing process assignments, and
applying that knowledge to optimize
cost, quality, and cycle time.

• Candidates must be pursuing a Bachelor’s
degree or higher, in
microelectronic, materials, chemical,
electrical engineering or similar
engineering degree
• Willingness to work in a clean room
environment and follow strict clean room
• Strong analytical and problem-solving
• Strong multitasking abilities
• Qualified to work in an ITAR environment
• Coursework/design experience with
Cadence software tools is a requirement,
as well as functional knowledge of Excel,
PowerPoint, and Microsoft Word.