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MES Developer, Systems Administrator & Support

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Position Number 42067
Class Title MES Developer, Systems Administrator & Support
Job Description

State Title: Coordinator, Research Programs/Services

Serve as BRIDG’s primary technical and business resource for its manufacturing execution system (MES) to ensure the system’s reliable, secure, and cost-effective use supporting BRIDG’s manufacturing and research operations.

• Develop, support, and document code to integrate fab tools with MES via SECS/GEM in most cases; use project management methodology and regular communications to ensure success.

• Ensure MES is properly configured and utilized including user training and publisher support for the optimal use of BRIDG manufacturing resources.

• Work with manager and other departments to understand business priorities and support those priorities within MES and other automation tools related to manufacturing.

• Develop and maintain skills needed to support tools integration, databases, reporting and ERP integration.

• Develop processes and forms as needed to support MES.

• Work with publisher and IS to ensure a reliable, secure, speedy, and recoverable system and data.

• Manage MES user accounts and access control.

• Manage routine needs of MES databases; work with publisher and IS on databases when needed.

• Support user-created manufacturing run processes and custom reports.

• Support application updates with support from the publisher and IS as needed.

• Support the future integration of MES with ERP.

• Support and enforce change management and system documentation.

• Participate with publisher-related user groups to learn from other organizations and advocate BRIDG’s MES development needs with the publisher.

• Monitor and report on MES capacity and utilization.

• Ensure compliance with company policies and regulatory requirements.

About BRIDG:
Located in NeoCity, a 500-acre technology district in Osceola County near Kissimmee, BRIDG is an industry-led consortium for advanced sensors, optics and photonics and other advanced manufacturing devices, focusing on the development of innovative manufacturable processes, materials and equipment for next-generation smart sensors and other future high-tech products. Supported by Osceola County, the University of Central Florida and the Florida High Tech Corridor Council, BRIDG facilitates the connection between innovation and industry and “bridges” the innovation development gap that makes commercialization possible. BRIDG is initially targeting the mega-growth technologies that will lead to over 50 billion smart sensors and imagers predicted by 2020, transforming the way humans interact with the world every day.
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Minimum Qualifications

Master’s degree in an appropriate area of specialization; or a bachelor’s degree in an appropriate area of specialization and two years of appropriate experience.

Additional Minimum Requirements

• Deep knowledge and experience in SECS/GEM development.
• Experience with semiconductor manufacturing and semiconductor tools is ideal.
• Demonstrated ability to use change management and project management.
• Demonstrated ability to identify and create needed standard operating procedures.
• General knowledge of database administration.
• General knowledge of ERP integration.
• Ability to work with technical and non-technical individuals.
• Ability to train users.
• Experience in vendor management.
• Certificates in the following preferred: Eyelit, Critical Manufacturing, Siemens Camstar .

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Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

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FTE 1.0-Full-Time
Requisition Number 402771
Job Open Date 09/01/2017
Job Close Date
Open until filled Yes
Division Academic Affairs
College/Area Office of Research & Commercialization (Research)
Department Research-Commercialization
Annual Salary Negotiable
Type of Appointment Regular
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Job Category A&P
Work Schedule

Monday through Friday
8am to 5pm
Schedule may vary as required.

Work Location Osceola
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Supplemental Questions

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  1. * Do you have a master's degree in an appropriate area of specialization; or a bachelor's degree in an appropriate area of specialization and two years of appropriate experience?
    • Yes
    • No

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  1. Curriculum Vitae/Resume
  2. Cover Letter
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