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Job ID: JR0010859
Job Category: Engineering
Primary Location: Phoenix, AZ US
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Job Type: College Grad

Failure Analysis R&D Engineer

Job Description

Job Description: Responsible for identifying failures and researching process/Product improvements to enhance yield, performance, quality and reliability of next generation Si, Product and Package technologies. Investigates and thoroughly explains fundamental aspects of material/device interactions.  Owns the development of electrical, analytical and mechanical methodologies to ensure strategic failure analysis capabilities for future technologies and products.  Directs new technology/product transfer, manufacturing startup, and the automation and improvement of the failure analysis process.  Owns proliferation of shared learning across sites.  Maintains necessary records and reports.  Performs other related duties as required or as directed.

The ideal candidate will exhibit the following behavioral traits:

- Good communication and decision making skills.

- Ability to work well in ambiguous situations.

- Mature, self-assured, well organized and attention to detail.

- Strong teamwork and planning/time management skills.

-Able to deliver under pressure in a fast paced environment.


Qualifications

Job Description: Responsible for identifying failures and researching process/Product improvements to enhance yield, performance, quality and reliability of next generation Si, Product and Package technologies. Investigates and thoroughly explains fundamental aspects of material/device interactions. Owns the development of electrical, analytical and mechanical methodologies to ensure strategic failure analysis capabilities for future technologies and products. Directs new technology/product transfer, manufacturing startup, and the automation and improvement of the failure analysis process. Owns proliferation of shared learning across sites. Maintains necessary records and reports. Performs other related duties as required or as directed.


The ideal candidate will exhibit the following behavioral traits:

- Good communication and decision making skills.
- Ability to work well in ambiguous situations.
- Mature, self-assured, well organized and attention to detail.
- Strong teamwork and planning/time management skills.
-Able to deliver under pressure in a fast paced environment.


You must possess the below minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position. Preferred qualifications are in addition to the minimum requirements and are considered a plus factor in identifying top candidates. 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 Qualifications:
- The candidate must possess a Ph.D. in Materials Science, Chemistry, Solid-state Physics or any other related field of study.


Preferred Qualifications:
- Strong technical background in polymer chemistry and/or metallurgy and/or mechanical behavior of materials
- Knowledge of semiconductor device physics, polymer materials, thin film mechanics, structure-property correlation, semiconductor packaging materials and assembly process.
- Design of experiments.
- Hands on experience in imaging optical, SEM,TEM, among other techniques.
- Experience in characterization DSC, Raman, FTIR, XPS, SIMS, Auger, GC, ICP-MS, AFM among other methods.
- Experience with sample prep Metallurgical, TEM capabilities.

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