Hardware Design Engineer
Location:
Folsom , California
Posted:
January 12, 2017
Reference:
812309
In this position you will be part of the Platform Engineering Group (PEG) Manufacturing Validation Engineering team responsible for ensuring the testability and manufacturability of Intel's products from component feasibility stage through production ramp.In this role, you will develop validation and production test hardware solutions for Intel's next generation of processors and devices. You will be interfacing with circuit and logic design teams and test content development teams worldwide to develop the test hardware solutions to maintain Intel's design and manufacturing quality.
Qualifications:
You should possess a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering with 3 years of experience or a Masters degree in EE or CS with 1 years of experience..
You should have strong digital design skills with experience in high speed design.

Additional qualifications include:
Experience with digital board design, basic signal integrity, board layout tools, and schematic capture tools with special emphasis on Cadence software.
Familiarity with lab equipment including, but not limited to, DMM, oscilloscope, logic analyzer, soldering equipment, protocol analyzer.
Experience driving tester to support debug and characterization of silicon is desirable including working with platform and system level validation teams to identify and close silicon issues.
Knowledge of IO protocols and specs (PCI Express, SATA, USB3, DDR, WIO etc.).
- Programming skills in tools such as C, Visual Basic, Python, or other scripting languages.
- Good verbal and written communication skills are required, as is a highly disciplined approach to problem solving.
- Must be a self starter who can work with minimal supervision in a team environment.

A little about us:
Our vision is simple and direct. If it computes, it does it best with Intel. We embrace all aspects of computing.

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