HotJobs submission for 23475, Equipment Engineering Maintenance Manager

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Thu Mar 29 10:39:52 PDT 2007


Michael Labunsky applied to the following job:  Job ID: 23475, Equipment Engineering Maintenance Manager on HotJobs.com.

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Name:		Michael Labunsky
Address:	116 Mesa Verde Way
	 	
	 	San Carlos, CA 94070
Job Title: 	Production Manager
Will Relocate?	N 
Experience Level:15
Work Auth:	United States
Primary Phone:	650.303-6663
Secondary Phone:650.596-8393
Email: 		mlabunsky at comcast.net 
Minimum Annual Salary Requirement: Unspecified 

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  Michael Labunsky       116 Mesa 
Verde Way  
  San Carlos, CA  
94070  
  Tel.: (650) 596- 8393  
  Cell: (650) 303- 6663  
  E-mail: 
mlabunsky at comcast.net  
 Objective 
 Challenging Engineering 
position utilizing my background and experience in High-Tech Industry. 
  Experience  
 2004 to Present, Aurora Manufacturing Inc, Production 
Manager 
 · Held 
full responsibility for production, operations and maintenance of capital 
equipment and facilities.  
 · Implemented 
advanced production methods, material tracking and plans leading to 
12% cost savings. 
 · Responsible 
for product’s yield improvement and cycle time reduction in production 
lines. 
 · Hired 
and trained production and maintenance operators/ technicians, evaluated 
and purchased capital equipment. 
  1999 to 2004, Engineering Consultant, Advanced 
Product Evaluation and Implementation  
 · Evaluated, 
Proposed and Implemented pilot production for several high-tech start-ups. 
 · Build 
and managed world –class engineering organization. 
 · Initiated 
early- stage business contacts and JDP in Asia, Europe and USA.  
 . Improved 
device yield through development of proprietary technologies. 
 · Initiated 
Joint Development Program(s) with leaders in the field: Intel, AMAT, 
Seagate and Cabot. 
 · Managed 
R & D budget, evaluated and acquired capital and analytical equipment. 
     
  1996 to 1999, LAM Research Corporation, 300mm 
Project Development Manager  
 · Led 
team of engineers and technicians in design, prototype development and 
evaluation of  
    
300 mm CMP (Chemical Mechanical Polishing) platform. 
 · Demonstrated 
process capabilities to customers, instrumental in winning several major 
accounts 
 · Proposed 
novel Copper CMP process with built-in end point capabilities and rate 
control. 
 · Developed 
technology and IP for in-situ thin-film measurements and new process 
control methods. 
 · Developed 
and implemented "slurry dilution" process for polishing of 
low-density oxides. 
 · Managed 
project budgets and schedules. 
  1994-1996, National Semiconductor Corporation, 
Equipment Engineering Manager  
 Managed 
operation, maintenance and improvements of CMP, Cleaning,CVD and PVD 
equipment: 
 · Evaluated, 
qualified, selected, and set up variety of specialized equipment (IPEC 
472 CMP machines, SpeedFam’s Auriga, DSS 200 scrubbers, AMAT 5000 CVD, 
Varian M2000 etc.) 
 · Developed 
novel method of FMEA (failure mode and effect analyses), used resulting 
data  
    
as part of negotiated service contracts. 
 · Introduced 
on-line accessible preventive maintenance and operation specifications.   
 · Identified 
training objectives and managed cross-training for equipment engineers, 
maintenance technicians and operators. 
 · Assessed 
emerging semiconductor processes and advanced production tools for NSC. 
 · Provided 
forecasts, operating and capital budgets 
  1991-1995, Solby Grand, Inc., Manager, Technology 
Evaluation and Licensing  
 ·Established 
and managed acquisition and licensing group: 
 · Selected, 
licensed, and implemented magnetic bearing spindle drive technology 
at major German textile manufacturer 
 · Evaluated 
E-Beam and X-ray lithography capabilities at Russian Academy of Science 
 · Developed 
and managed pilot production of zirconium-coated surgical (ophthalmologic) 
instruments at Synthetic Diamonds Research Center, Ukrainian Academy 
of Science 
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  1983 - 1991, Intel Corporation, Sr. Process Engineer   
 Managed evaluation, production line implementation, 
and continuous improvements of CVD 
 and PVD systems, device yields and machine throughput 
enhancements: 
 · Developed 
and implemented high-yield Ti / W barrier layer in x86 family of microprocessors. 
 · Directed 
evaluation and implementation of advanced Fab design and construction 
methods. 
 · Conceptualized 
and executed intensive modifications of thin-film and metrology systems. 
 ·  
Selected, evaluated and set-up specialized sputter and chemical vapor 
deposition systems (Anelva 1015I Sputter Cluster and Applied Materials 
AMAT 5000 CVD) in Santa Clara R&D center. 
 · Established 
and implemented maintenance and operational procedures. 
 · Trained 
maintenance technicians and Fab operators. 
 · Tracked 
project progress, budgets and schedules. 
 Education 
 University of Moscow, MSME, 1978. 
 Additional course work: Vacuum, Etch, CVD, PVD and 
CMP technology; Art of Management; Business Fundamentals For Engineering 
Professionals 
 Awards 
 Gordon Moore Technical Excellence Award 
  Patents  
  US6132289 for film thickness measurement; US6086460 for pad conditioning 
apparatus;  
  US6328637 for method and apparatus for conditioning a polishing pad 
used in CMP;   
  99914034.6-2302 for apparatus and method for in- situ  film thickness monitoring;  
  US 20020137431 A1 for Methods and apparatus for polishing and planarization.  
 Associations 
 Current Member, American Vacuum Society 
  References  
 Professional and personal references available upon 
request. 





    




 


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