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Job Description:

This person will be responsible for support of Thermal Products product safety compliance for the business units in USA and Europe. This person help support design engineering team on proper functional safety analyses, and the related risk assessments for new products and review upgrades and retrofits to existing products for safety compliance. This person will coordinate the 3rd party assessments of the equipment to comply with SEMI safety standards as well as the European Directives, and provide guidance on design practices necessary to comply with these standards. This person will work together with other Product Safety Engineers (PSE) leaders to maintain global equipment design guidelines (for safety compliance). This person will provide support and ownership of customer equipment safety related questions and issues.


  • Bachelors in technical field (Electrical, Mechanical or Chemical Engineering) or graduate of product safety compliance program
  • 5+ years’ experience of semiconductor industry and industrial equipment safety standards (i.e. SEMI S2, Machinery Directive)

Skills Required:

  • Ability to lead and coordinate diverse stakeholder engagement from business unit engineers, managers and external customers
  • Strong Project Management skills – ability to execute and drive projects to closure
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Knowledge of SEMI Safety Guidelines and have the ability to interpret and apply these to equipment design requirements
  • Ability to lead and coordinate functional safety analyses for semiconductor industries
  • Experienced in SEMI S2, SEMI S8, and other machinery/functional safety/SEMI related standards and legislation,
  • Ability to effectively manage customer safety inquiries and issues

Additional / Preferred:

  • Knowledge of European Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC) Annex 1, Annex 7 requirements
  • Knowledge of European EMC Directive (2014/30/EU)
  • Experience in leading engineering design review sessions using FMEA, HAZOP, “What-If” or other hazard identification methods of new modules and subsystems
  • Experience in estimating the risk of harm (per SEMI S10/SEMI S14) based on each hazard identified
  • Experience in providing Product Safety Engineering training sessions to design engineers