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Post subject: Sr. Product Marketing (RF/Wireless/Semiconductor) - SF Bay

Unread postPosted: Fri Feb 27, 2004 5:55 am

TITLE: Sr. Product Marketing Engineer (RF/Wireless & Semiconductor)

LOCATION: San Francisco Bay Area - Milpitas, CA


COMPANY: Credence Systems Corporation


This individual is responsible for numerous phases of

product development and management. Key product

development activities include:

· Provide market analysis to support ongoing product


· Close cooperation with engineering team to guide

technical product development
· Work closely with key accounts on product

enhancements / improvements
· Develop magazine articles / white papers to enhance

product positioning
· Perform customer visits for both sales and product

development purposes

Key product management duties include:

· Develop and maintain sales / marketing collateral

· Maintain price list and help with pricing strategies

· Follow Engineering Change Orders (ECO) to ensure

timely implementation

· Help track SW bugs and hardware problems relating

these back to engineering
· Work with manufacturing to ensure timely shipments

and resolve build problems
· Work with multiple engineering teams to ensure

complete product capability development
· Help develop system configurations for customer

· Track key application development activities to

ensure completion
· Work with material procurement group to understand

build schedules and develop recovery plans for

material shortages
· Serve as a liaison for field application engineers

to resolve technical issues.
· Track product COGS and help implement plans to

improve COGS
· Manage build slots during peak demand periods to

ensure success with key customers


· Minimum 3 years product marketing / applications

· Experience in semiconductor ATE and or wireless / RF

instrumentation extremely helpful
· Excellent speaking skills and good interpersonal

· Ability to travel domestically / internationally up

to 30%

For IMMEDIATE consideration, please apply at www.credence.com,

indicating Req. Code 1155BR AND send resume to connie_roucek@credence.com.


Credence Systems Corporation (NASDAQ: CMOS) is changing the future of semiconductor production by integrating test solutions throughout the

design, validation and production processes. A leader in the

manufacture of automatic test equipment (ATE) for the global

semiconductor industry, Credence offers a wide range of systems for

the test of analog, digital, non-volatile memory, mixed-signal, SoC,

and wireless semiconductor devices typical in today's automobile,

portable computing, consumer and communications products. Credence

and its subsidiaries also provide test program development and

debug software, engineering validation test solutions, and advanced

photon probing technology that enable faster time-to-market with lower

total cost-of-test. Headquartered in Milpitas, California, the Company

is an ISO 9001 certified manufacturer and maintains advanced production

and design facilities in Hillsboro, Oregon. More information is

available at http://www.credence.com.

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