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Candidate must have a strong background in Automated Test Equipment and Testing Methodologies. Skills required, but are not limited to, are understanding test concepts to be able to write and launch test simulations in RTL ,system Verilog or Intel-based test writing language. Candidate should be able to do ATE-level debug and be able to use debug tools such as scopes and/or logic analyzers to complement test-based debug. Must have understanding of Test Manufacturing flow and be able to work with validation teams, yield, process and test program integrators to solve test issues. The candidate is expected to design experiments, do data analysis and be able to communicate with design, architects and other stake holders to help make product level decisions. Desired candidate qualifications also includes: - Solid background in ATE testing methodology. - Knowledge of IO protocols, specs, DFT architectures, and design (USB, MIPI DPHY/CPHY, UFS etc...) is highly desired. - Familiarity with end-to-end product manufacturing development process is required. - Proficient on Unix and Excel. Data mining and manipulation background (SQL) and JMP tools background is desired. - Strong programming/scripting background (Python, Perl, C++, Verilog) - Understanding of statistics and how to statistically present high volume data is required - Self-driven and strong team player - Makes initiative in working with or helping peers BS Degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Computer Engineering or Computer Science plus 5 years of relevant experience OR a MS Degree plus 2 years of experience.
The Platform Engineering Group (PEG) is responsible for the design, development, and production of system-on-a-chip (SoC) products that go into Intel’s next generation client and mobile platforms. PEG strives to lead the industry moving forward through product innovation and world class engineering.