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Post subject: Employment Opportunity - ESD Engineer Needed

Unread postPosted: Mon Apr 26, 2004 5:20 pm

Skyworks is the world's leading wireless semiconductor company focused on radio frequency (RF) and complete semiconductor system solutions for mobile communications applications. Skyworks is focused on the building blocks of wireless, providing front-end modules, RF subsystems and cellular systems to handset, WLAN and infrastructure manufacturers worldwide.

Skyworks offers a comprehensive family of components and RF subsystems, and also provides complete antenna-to-microphone solutions that support advanced 2.5G and 3G services. Skyworks products are used in dozens of industry-leading handset designs, and the company will help drive the future evolution of wireless components, RF subsystems, and complete systems integration for mobile handset and infrastructure equipment manufacturers worldwide.

There is an immediate need for an ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) Engineer to work out of one of the following locations: Woburn, MA, Irvine, CA, or Newbury Park, CA. This position is responsible for improving the robustness and reliablity of Skyworks technologies and products by investigating the causes, effects and control of ESD. The position will require interfacing with the design and manufacturing engineering community on the development and support of ESD Circuits for Si. SiGe and GaAs technology as well as development of ESD/reliablity stress tests that will ensure first pass success in meeting customer requirements. Specific responsibilities will include: Support design activity to determine optimal device/circuits for die protection; support the development of circuit techniques for power amplifier module ESD Protection; recommend testing techniques, methods, equipment and procedures. Write ESD application notes for customers, customer interface for all ESD related questions, negotiations and presentations, support for component ESD testing, support ESD failure disposition. Review reporting data, document ESD protection schemes, establish corporate test procedures and training seminars for internal and external engineers.

This position requires a minimum of 8 years experience in ESD design for advanced semiconductor technologies. Familiarity with related industry standards and groups. Expert knowledge of device level ESD models, test simulators and test standards. Strong communication and presentation skills. MS or EE, Physics or related technical fields also required.

For a list of open positions, please visit our website at www.skyworksinc.com

Skyworks offers all the advantages you would expect from an industry leader, including highly competitive salaries, bonuses, and a full range of benefits, including stock options, matching 401k, paid holidays, etc.

Please email resumes to csh@skyworksinc.com

We are an equal opportunity employer supporting diversity in the workplace.

Posted  11/12/2012

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