We have a variety of semiconductor manufacturing technician openings as our technicians are the heart of our fab and clean room operations and work in specialized roles that are critical to technology development and wafer production for our customers.
Our engineering teams manage critical equipment and facility processes, enable customer microelectronics designs and also drive process R&D which is the foundation of our Innovation Engineering Services.
While technology development and wafer production is our core business, we’re looking for innovators with diverse backgrounds in all parts of our organization to help co-create advanced solutions for our customers.
In partnership with SemiWorks, SkyWater developed an Apprenticeship Program focused on developing equipment maintenance technician talent. The program is designed with a combination of formal education through Hennepin Technical College and on-the-job training based on industry and academic-approved curriculum.
SkyWater’s equipment maintenance technicians are critical to our success! They help us avoid disrupted production schedules, minimize safety risks, and protect our capital equipment.
SkyWater is hiring Earn While You Learn maintenance technicians to start immediately. We will jump start your career in a culture of continuous learning. Equipment maintenance technicians are responsible for repair and upgrades on our high-precision equipment used to design and manufacture computer chips. We offer tuition reimbursement, paid personal time off, and short-term incentive bonus for students working 20+ hours per week with opportunities to learn from a mentor.
You can start working now with flexible, part-time hours that fit your school schedule, with the ability to convert to full-time after you graduate. Download brochure.
At SkyWater, we make computer chips. Being a younger company, you get to become involved in a lot more of the company than with a larger corporate place. It’s especially fun at SkyWater to be a part of the cutting edge – like working on projects with DARPA that I wouldn’t have an opportunity to work on anywhere else in the world as a young engineer.