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Post subject: Staff Marketing Applications Engr (RF, Mixed Signal & AT

Unread postPosted: Fri Feb 27, 2004 5:53 am

TITLE: Staff Marketing Applications Engineer (Mixed Signal/Analog IC test)

LOCATION: San Francisco Bay Area - Milpitas, CA

REQ. CODE: 1077BR

DESCRIPTION: This position will provide factory based mixed signal

applications expertise for Credence's next generation SoC platform.

This person will work with initial customers and the engineering team to

develop a baseband test program for the platform. You will evaluate the

platform's mixed signal strengths/weaknesses, provide feedback to the

development team on capabilities/tools/functions and evaluate with

respect to competitive platforms/tools. You will also act as the main

technical point of contact for one or more customers. The job will

require some travel to customer sites.

QUALIFICATIONS:


· Strong knowledge in Analog / Mixed Signal IC test
· Experience in structural test methodologies and tools
· Good understanding of competitive platforms
· C/C++ programming experience is required

· RF experience is desired
· Comfortably demonstrate leadership and influence across organizational

boundaries in working with the development team
· Effectively communicate in both verbal and written form with customers

and development team
· Strong presentation skills to provide compelling customer presentations

and demonstrations
· Ability to effectively manage a diverse workload to set and meet

predictable schedules
· BSEE with 12 years or MSEE with 8 years related experience

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

indicating Req. Code 1077BR AND send resume to: connie_roucek@credence.com

COMPANY INFORMATION:

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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