Qualcomm ATE Test Development Engineer (Engineer/Senior Enginer Level) in Singapore, Singapore
ATE Test Development Engineer (Engineer/Senior Enginer Level)
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
CDMA Technology at http://www.qualcomm.com/about/businesses/qct
Engineering - Test
Singapore - Singapore
Responsible for ATE Test Program development, digital characterization test, design and debug of ATE test interface HW (loadboard), releasing cost effective production test solutions into mass production, and test time reduction activities for Digital and Mixed Signal tests.
Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Information Systems, Computer Science, or related field.
2+ years Hardware Engineering experience or related work experience.
Knowledge of Semiconductor manufacturing process.
Solid understanding of electronics engineering fundamentals, design for debug, design for test, digital/analog, mixed-signal, power management (PMIC) and/or RF test methodologies and circuit analysis techniques.
Knowledge of Linux and/or UNIX.
Strong software skills for writing and debugging test code. Competency in programming with Perl and C/C++.
Experience working on Digital and Mixed Signal test programs for both final test and wafer probe. RF and PMIC test experience is a plus.
Hands on experience with Automated Test Equipment (ATE), preferably Advantest 93K.
Knowledge of statistical analysis techniques, quality and reliability testing,
Good ASIC device level characterization skills. System level knowledge is a plus.
Able to work with common test equipment (oscilloscope, spectrum analyzer, time interval analyzer, logic analyzer, network analyzer, etc)
Able to work independently and with good initiative to overcome
Required: Bachelor's, Computer Engineering and/or Computer Science and/or Electrical Engineering
Preferred: Master's, Computer Engineering and/or Computer Science and/or Electrical Engineering
EEO Employer: Qualcomm is an equal opportunity employer; all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, Veteran status, or any other protected classification.