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viviantalosig
 Post subject: Test Development Engineering Looking for Job in GTA
Posted: Sat Jan 01, 2011 11:18 pm 
 
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Joined: Sat Jan 01, 2011 8:10 pm
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105 Brickworks Lane, Toronto, Ontario M6N 5H8 Canada
Mobile Phones: 647-859-2642 Email Address: vivian.talosig@yahoo.com

Professional Objective:
To be able to work in a company where I can contribute in the fulfillment of its corporate vision while enhancing my skills and expanding my knowledge within the organization.

Qualification Highlights:
§ A Test Development Engineer with more than 10 years experience in developing test solutions for different devices such as High Speed ADC’s and Precision DAC’s, Power Management Devices, Temperature Sensor and LDO Regulators.
§ Create and debug test programs for Device Under Test (DUT) Board using Automated Test Equipment such as Teradyne Catalyst and Microflex, CTS5400 (Analog Devices Inc. test platform), Credence ASL1K/ASL3K, Quad Integrated Power Mosfet Extender (QIPM) and TESEC881T.
§ Knowledgeable in basic operation of the following Test handler equipment such as P8 XL Wafer Sort, TESEC3270IH Map Handler (Strip Test), Delta Edge, SRM D248, MCT 5100, Multitest, Aetrium, WTS, RASCO 2000.
§ Take charge of the Project Management Stages: Planning, Quotation, Design, Qualification and 1st Production run.
§ Design and construct Hardware Interface Boards. Performs all computer aided design and layout DUT board schematic diagram and test methodology circuit using Cadence Allegro, Protel SE99 and Visio Technical application software.
§ Actively supports and resolves product line and customer related issues that cover product’s final test and wafer sort.

I only posted some important details and some will be given upon request.

Thanks

Vivian


OK, I linked to your post on the RF Cafe homepage in the Recent Additions column. I also modified your post title. Good luck! - Kirt B.




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