Semiconductor Automatic Test Equipment Engineer (m/f)

Fingineers Consulting 
Böblingen, Germany 
Type of contract
Vakituinen työsopimus 
Office language
Starting date
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Semiconductor Automatic Test Equipment Engineer (m/f)

Böblingen, Germany


Our client is a  leading producer of Automatic Test Equipment (ATE) for the semiconductor industry, in development of software for his products.


Your responsibilities:


  •  Specify and develop automated test programs for SoC devices using V93000 SmarTest product
  •  Define test methodologies and test cases in close cooperation with chip design and chip test engineers for German and European customers
  •  Solve engineering and production problems for customers
  •  Being part of our V93000 applications engineering and customer support team


Your profile:


  •  Academic degree in Electronic Engineering, Microelectronics, Computer Science or related discipline
  •  Good knowledge in semiconductor testing domain
  •  Experience in hardware development or load-board design
  •  Working experience in ATE test program development digital and/or analog
  •  Good C/C++ programing and scripting skills and experience with Linux
  •  Reliable, professional, strong teamwork skills, well-structured and analytic work approach, result and customer oriented, ability to work under pressure
  •  Readiness to travel both domestically as well as within the EU (25%)
  •  Excellent English language skills, verbal and written, German language is a benefit



How to apply for this job:

Our client offers a challenging opportunity in a multinational work environment with English as the company language. We look forward to receiving your application, including your salary expectation and earliest possible start date, at [email protected] with the zipcode HN 001


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