Responsible for the testers yield in the production line including tester installation, maintenance, testers and test health, yield improvements, debugging test/fixture, resolving design and implementation issues, performs testability and fault coverage analysis, improve efficiencies and cost down initiatives. Defines changes required in testing equipment, testing procedures or new testing requirements. Understanding of optical components functionality and test flow influence on performance Initiation and collaboration of product improvement through test improvements. Failure isolation leadership and failure analysis methodologies knowledge. Willingness for 25% travel, Independent and assertive hard worker
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Minimum 5 years hands on experience as product or tester engineering for optical sub-assemblies for high volume manufacturing production.
Minimum 3 years hands on experience as process, EQP or testing engineering in high volume manufacturing line, tool qualification and acceptance tests, trouble shoot capabilities Yield analysis experience and process improvement capabilities Technical background in SW or HW is a must (Mechanical Eng.; EE; Material/Chem. Eng., Optics/Physics)Experience on sub-assemblies, boards or optical products manufacturing is an advantage Experience on system configuration validation is a plus Willingness for 25% travel, Independent and assertive – work in dynamic innovative environment “start-up like”, be able to work with multi disciplines and global vendors/ODMs
Perceptual Computing (PerC) is an organization within Intel tasked with the research, development, and productization of technologies for Natural User Interaction, encompassing both human to machine and human to human experiences. PerC aims to build technologies that would help users to have natural, immersive and intuitive interaction with computers through not only touch interface but also through hand gestures, voice and video. The objective of PerC is to explore consumer-focused hardware and software applications of close-range hand and finger gestures, speech recognition, face recognition and tracking, augmented reality and more.