Supply Quality/Foundry Engineer

Camarillo, CA 93012

Employment Type: Perm Job Category: Other Area(s) Job Number: 20306

Job Description

Supply Quality/Foundry Engineer

  • Interface between semiconductor manufacturing foundries and BU engineering teams.
  • Actively participate is new process development for new technologies.
  • Work with Test, Product and Design team to ensure effective remediation of issues and proactive focus on effective test coverage and optimization of outgoing quality.
  • Participate and drive DFM, DFT and FMEA activities within the DE/PE/TE groups.
  • Manage Quality Continuous Improvement activities through data analysis, root cause identification and implementation of corrective and preventative actions across the Product Development Cycle.
  • Assist in the correlation of Wafer Sort, Process Eval, and Final Test activities for quality enhancements.

Minimum Educational Requirements & Experience
  • Bachelor Degree in Electrical/Electronic, Applied Physics, Material Science Engineering or related degree. Master Degree is a plus.
  • Solid Knowledge of product engineering fundamentals with an emphasis on Analog/Mix Signal, Systems on Chip (SoC) and Digital Signal Processors (DSPs) for High Speed Data Center Interconnects such as PAM-4.
  • Solid knowledge of semiconductor device physics; including practical experience with SiGe, RF-SOI and RF-CMOS, Bipolar-CMOS-DMOS (BCD), and CMOS FinFET technology. Ability to identify semiconductor device failure mechanisms.
  • Seven plus years of demonstrated experience in at least one or a combination of product engineering, test, or design in a complex IC merchant environment.  IDM or Fabless Experience is acceptable.
  • Effective communicator with the ability to interface at all levels within the organization, possessing a thorough written and verbal command of the English language.

Other Desired Attributes
  • Advanced degree in applicable Engineering/Science field
  • Experience in Semiconductors/Integrated Circuits Manufacturing & Test
  • Proven ability to solve problems, analyze data using statistical concepts and tools
  • Exposure to Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma methodologies, ideally Green/Black Belt certified
  • Ability to work on multiple high priority projects and provide guidance to junior engineers when necessary
  • Highly proficient  written and verbal communication skills


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