Failure Analysis R&D Engineer (Acoustics)

Intel Corporation, Inc

Phoenix, AZ

Failure Analysis R&D Engineer (Acoustics)
Job Description:
This is a lab hands-on position in which the candidate owns the development of analytical tools and methodologies to ensure strategic fault isolation and failure analysis (FI/FA) capabilities for future microelectronic package technologies and products. Directly responsible for 2-3 of such tools, and interacts remotely with supplier's engineers to debug, optimize, and troubleshoot them as needed, and ensures continuous improvements and breakthroughs. Owns proliferation of shared learning across sites.  Maintains necessary records and reports.  Performs other related duties as required or as directed.

The candidate should possess the below behavioral skills:
- Problem solving, out-of-box thinking.
- Good communication and decision making skills.
- Strong teamwork and planning/time management skills.
-Able to deliver under pressure.
- Ability to work well in ambiguous situations.
-Mature, self-assured, well organized.

You must possess the below minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position. Experience listed below would be obtained through a combination of your school work/classes/research and/or relevant previous job and/or internship experiences.

Minimum Requirements:
- Must have a Bachelor, Masters or PhD degree in Physics, Applied Physics, Mechanical Engineering, Acoustical Engineering, or related field.
- Minimum of 12 months experience with Acoustics, Ultrasound Imaging, Ultrasound / Acoustics Non-destructive Testing, Photoacoustics, Laser Ultrasound, or related topic.
- Minimum 6 months experience with programming e.g. Python, LabView, C, MATLAB

Preferred Qualifications
- Experience with scanning acoustic microscopy
- Experience with ultrasonic transducer design
- Academic experience on non-linear acoustics and signal deconvolution.
- Experience with semiconductor package and assembly
- Experience with semiconductor device physics

Job Requisition Details:
Job ID / Title: JR0022895 Failure Analysis R&D Engineer
Job Category: Engineering
Job Type: College Grad
Time Type: Full time
Primary Location: US, Arizona, Phoenix
Posting Date: 5/18/2017
To apply, please visit:  http://jobs.intel.com/   or this direct link https://intel.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/External/job/US-Arizona-Phoenix/Failure-Analysis-R-D-Engineer_JR0022895-1

 

About Intel Corporation, Inc
E Website: www.intel.com
Headquarters Santa Clara, CA
Size 100,000+ employees
Founded 1968
Type Company - Public (INTC) 
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $10+ billion (USD) per year

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Date posted: May 18, 2017