Engineer, MXA TSE (Test ATE)
As a Test Engineer at Micron, you will develop, debug, and maintain code that enables the massive parallel testing of advanced semiconductor devices. Micron Test Engineers support R&D, interacting closely with Product Engineering, as well as taking part in the designing and debug of test hardware. In this position you will be expected to gain a firm understanding of the functionality of advanced memory devices as defined in product data sheets. Responsibilities also include but are not limited to: analyzing device yield and testing issues; developing and implementing functionality monitors; developing and proving methods to reduce test time while maintaining test completeness. You will be expected to interface with outside engineering groups to accomplish these roles.
Successful candidates for this position will have:
Electronics/Electrical circuit knowledge:
As applied in memory devices and to test equipment
Knowledge of digital systems and logic gates
Knowledge of transistor operation
Intermediate to advanced programming and program-debug skills, with C++ being the ideal area of expertise
The ability to work independently
Excellent technical communication skills
The ability to handle multiple tasks while meeting project deadlines
Basic Unix/Linux command familiarity
Python / Perl familiarity or experience
Basic understanding of CMOS manufacturing
Memory semiconductor device knowledge (preferred), including NAND operation
ATE experience is beneficial
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or a related discipline.
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