Production experts

We have significantly invested in improving the production capacity in recent years and are looking for employees for various tasks.

Versatile work in a great team

Work tasks where diverse skills can be utilized and great atmosphere ensure that our personnel is happy working with us for a long time. Working days include both process control and manual work. Our employees work in teams, and many say that the friendly and supportive working community is one of the best parts of the job.

Production work requires precision, caution and an active approach

The manufacturing process of silicon wafers consists of several different operations in our crystal growing facilities, wafering facilities, and cleanrooms. The tasks require precision, process management, the ability to use different types of machines and measuring devices, and a diligent approach to work.

Crystal growing

High-purity, semiconductor-grade silicon is melted in a crystal growing furnace and grown into a single crystal. The crystal is then cut into smaller sections for further processing. The work involves controlling and monitoring the furnace processes as well as assisting with the different stages of these processes. These tasks require concentration, precision and initiative. IT skills are needed for operating the furnaces and monitoring the processes, as well as for making measurements and adjustments.

Wafer slicing

Silicon ingots are taken into wafering facilities where they are sliced into wafers. Other tasks include various measurements and adjustments as well as taking care of operator-based equipment maintenance. Keeping the saws in good working order requires initiative and problem-solving skills, as well as the willingness to take on the tools. IT skills are needed for using software applications, for example.

Cleanrooms

There are a number of stages in wafer processing that take place in cleanrooms of different classes. Silicon wafer batches are processed further, washed and inspected using a variety of automatic or semi-automatic equipment. The tasks involved in the different processing stages require precision and the ability to use different types of machines and measuring devices. Basic IT skills are needed for quality control tasks and for operating the equipment. Knowledge in electrical engineering is an advantage in several areas.

Work in 12-hour shifts

Most production work is in 12-hour shifts. The cycle involves two morning shifts (7 am–7 pm), one day off, two night shifts (7 pm–7 am), five days off. Long periods of days off between work provide an excellent opportunity to enjoy free time in new ways. Most of our work tasks are not physically exhausting.

Production work is done in small teams of 4-6 people on average, where a close team and a good team spirit are formed. Production employees are required to have a good command of Finnish, and a good knowledge of English is considered an advantage.

Well-being of our personnel is important to us

Our employees are happy to work with us

The average length of employment is nearly 10 years. We are also one of the few industrial companies that has avoided personnel adjustment measures for over a decade. Sense of community and great team spirit go a long way.

We support constant learning

We systematically develop employee know-how and range of skills through internal and external training events. Each employee’s professional development is supported by annual development discussions and subsequent task-specific trainings.

Induction program helps you get started

Every new employee is given a thorough induction to the workplace and their tasks, our orientation typically lasts about 4-6 months. New production employees are supported through a job guidance program based on requirements related to quality, the environment and safety in industrial work and in the performance of the employee’s particular tasks.

Salaries are based on the collective agreement

Okmetic is a member of Technology Industry Employers of Finland, and employment relationships are governed by the organization’s collective agreement. Salaries are also based on the collective agreement. Additionally, we pay productivity bonuses for achieving set targets. Production employees are paid twice a month.

Well-being is promoted

Okmetic’s employees have access to extensive occupational health services, and in recent years the company has invested in the further development of work ergonomics in particular. We also promote personnel well-being by initiatives such as recreational activities and benefit for cultural and sporting events and services. The company also has its own gym for employees.

Apply to us as a production expert

We are looking for production experts to manufacture silicon wafers in our Vantaa factory. Production employees are required to have a good command of Finnish. Submit your application now, we are constantly interviewing people for the job!