Job Description As a senior member of the Wireless Solutions Group, the candidate will be responsible for validation and characterization of future wireless car access products and wireless enabled 32-bit microcontroller based WiFi and Bluetooth products. This position is hardware, software, and lab analysis oriented. The candidate will actively participate in data collection and analysis, develop validation plans and reports, and represent the post-silicon validation team throughout the product development process. Additional responsibilities include assisting junior engineers in data collection, assisting in critical debug activities, and leading process improvements. The candidate must be a team player, self-motivated, possess good communication skills, able to work in a fast paced challenging environment, and work with cross-functional teams across different sites. Validate and perform functional, parametric, and characterization testing for our new wireless Car Access and wireless 32-bit microcontroller products. Develop test fixtures and device test programs to guarantee data sheet specifications. Skilled use of standard lab equipment, including oscilloscopes, meters, power supplies, and other measurement instruments. Work independently and provide technical direction for junior team members. Interface with and support Design, Verification, Applications, Product & Test Engineering, Marketing, and other design organizations. Develop validation requirements and validation test plans for both peripherals and full chip SOC operation based on device specifications and design requirements. Validate and debug Silicon in support of product release. Develop and improve automated validation bench setups and scripts. Bring up validation test boards, bench setups, and independently collect data and debug issues. Direct and\/or make necessary changes to hardware boards and test setups to correct issues quickly and minimize the validation cycle time. Extensive experience in post silicon validation, able to automate the validation process to reduce the overall validation cycle time. Job Requirements 10 years experience in post-silicon validation of digital SOCs. Solid experience validating microcontrollers , good knowledge of microcontroller architecture and preferably a working knowledge of MIPS architecture and instruction set. Strong experience in C programming language and Assembly Language. Strong experience in one or more scripting languages \u2013 Perl\/Python\/TCL\/etc. Solid understanding of Key Peripherals: USB, Ethernet, CAN, SPI, I2C, CAN, UART, TIMERS, etc. Solid understanding of SOC infrastructure involving Power-Management, clock distribution, and emulation. \u00a0Excellent engineering documentation skills, verbal communication, and presentation skills. Well organized, methodical, and detail oriented. A self-motivated team player who can work with various cross-functional groups across different sites. BSEE\/BSCE minimum, MSEE\/MSCE preferred from an accredited engineering school. Experience validating analog IP. Strong organizational and communication skills, including excellent written and spoke English A working knowledge of LabView is preferred. Equal Opportunity Employer Microchip is an Equal Opportunity\/Affirmative Action Employer of Disabled \/ Veterans \/ Minorities \/ Women. We provide equal employment and affirmative action opportunities to applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, or any other basis protected under applicable federal, state or local laws. For more information on applicable equal employment regulations, please refer to the EEO is the Law Poster and the EEO is the Law Poster Supplement. Please also refer to the Pay Transparency Policy Statement. Applicants with Disabilities If you need accommodation for any part of the employment process because of a medical condition or disability, please send us an email here with \Applicant Accommodation Request\ in the subject line of the email. Alternatively, you may **** to let us know the nature of your request.
Microchip Technology, Inc.
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Microchip Technology Inc. is a leading provider of microcontroller and analog semiconductors, providing low-risk product development, lower total system cost and faster time to market for thousands of diverse customer applications worldwide. Headquartered in Chandler, Arizona, Microchip offers outstanding technical support along with dependable delivery and quality. Microchip Technology Incorporated and all related affiliates (collectively, “Microchip”) share the global concern regarding the human tragedies occurring in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the adjoining countries associated, in part, with the mining of columbite-tantalite (tantalum), cassiterite (tin), wolframite (tungsten), and gold (3TG). These minerals originate from various continents, but armed groups engaged in, or interfering with mining operations within the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the adjoining countries (the Dodd-Frank “Covered Countries”) are subjecting people to human rights violations and using proceeds from the sale of these Conflict Minerals to finance and sustain regional conflicts. Microchip supports responsible mineral sourcing. We recognize the need to develop programs that allow for improved transparency in the 3TG supply chains. Our goal is to provide reasonable assurance that all integrated circuits manufactured by Microchip are DRC conflict free. In calendar year 2015, we made substantial progress toward that goal. We successfully removed smelters from our integrated circuits supply chain that were uncooperative with the CFSI Conflict Free Smelter Program. As of December 22, 2015, all smelters and refiners remaining in Microchip’s integrated circuits supply chain are listed on: the CFSI’s “compliant smelter” list, the CFSI’s “active smelter” list, or the TI-CMC’s “active smelter” list. Our independent due diligence research did not identify conflict minerals sourcing risk from the current “active smelters”. Should mineral sourcing risks be identified, they will be presented to our executive management for discussion and, as appropriate, action.