Fab Equipment Maintenance Technician

Employer: Micron Technology
Employer URL: Micron.com
Category: Administrative/Clerical
Location: Boise, ID
Compensation: $15.00/hour
Type: Internships
Job Schedule: 12-hour shift varies Sunday – Saturday
Apply before: April 05, 2024

Job Description and Requirements

Job Description

As a Fab Equipment Maintenance Technician Intern, you will gain a basic knowledge of the semiconductor fabrication process. Interns will be exposed to new technology and the equipment we use in the clean room environment to manufacture the world’s leading memory solutions! Interns receive on-the-job training that includes safety and cleanroom protocol, preventative and corrective maintenance, basic troubleshooting, and our ongoing improvement programs. With knowledge gained, you will have the opportunity to collaborate with cross-functional sub-teams to evaluate methods to optimize the efficiency of equipment maintenance and repairs.

Responsibilities and Duties

Complete required safety training and conduct all work in accordance with safety policies.

OJT on preventative/corrective maintenance and equipment. qualification procedures in a cleanroom manufacturing environment.

Receive training and participate in area continuous improvement programs.

Partner with operations technicians and shift engineers/technicians to complete daily priorities that improve learning cycles.

Provide troubleshooting support for equipment-related problems and address root causes.

Improve equipment availability by investigating chronic tool problems and finding solutions.

Maintain documentation on tool status, including observations and work performed.

Perform and facilitate audits and submit good catches on safety and quality issues.


Pursuing an AAS in Mechatronics, Robotics, Engineering Technology, or related field of study.

Encouraged completion of degree between December 2024 and June 2025

Relocating to Boise, Idaho or Manassas, Virginia to complete a 3-month internship

Relocation to Boise, Idaho post-graduation!

Mechanical proficiency with the ability to understand and troubleshoot mechanical systems.

Knowledge of AC/DC circuits and basic fundamentals of electricity.

Intermediate PC skills

Internship starts Summer 2024


TOP (Interns are expected to participate in all shift TOP Holidays. Any additional days requested and taken-off will be unpaid.)
Medical benefits
401k Enrollment and 5% match
Employee Resource Groups and their benefits
Up to eight hours of paid volunteer time

Next Steps

Contact Stefanie Hauff

Phone: 208.732.6366 

Email: shauff@csi.edu