When you work for a company, you should know that your employer is investing in you and that it is doing work you can be proud of. That's why we want to help you grow and make a positive impact on the world. Discover how you could be making a difference at Intel.
Life At Intel
Come build the future with us. We develop technologies that break barriers and enable tomorrow's greatest scientific and cultural wonders. Take a closer look at what we do and the extraordinary ways people use Intel technologies and solutions to create, innovate, and better the world around us.
A chance to work at the leading edge of technology
You know that we are a silicon technology company, but you may not know about the breadth of our innovation. We are expanding the boundaries in Data Centers, AI, Automated Vehicles, Memory, Software and much, much more. We want you to dream big and help us take on some of the biggest technical challenges in the industry.
Ours is a culture that encourages our employees to both live and work at their best. Bonuses, generous time off, paid sabbaticals, stock options and perks such as on site fitness centers, private transportation and continuing learning opportunities culminate in a workplace where we can thrive together.
What You Will Do
As a Graduate Trainee, You will be a part of the Manufacturing Platform Validation Team responsible for screening manufacturing defects for Intel FPGA products. You will work with team members and contribute to the development of PPV System level full chip Test Program and Test Program Integration and 1st silicon debug for Intel's FPGA products.
Collaborate with worldwide cross functional teams including designers, software, manufacturing, Factory and product engineering, as you drive for test capability throughout the entire product development cycle. Drive test program optimizations to reduce test cost, enhance product quality, improve manufacturing efficiency and accelerate manufacturing stability. Develop PPV test module for FPGA products.
Required Skills and Abilities
- BS or MS in Electrical Engineering or equivalent.
- Good understanding of test methodology for ASIC, SOC and/or FPGAs Good digital or analog circuit fundamentals.
- Good Communication skills.
- Job type:Graduate Jobs
- Closing Date:3rd Jul 2021, 6:00 pm