Staff ASIC Reliability DA Engineer - 705044
Intel - Phoenix, AZ

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Staff ASIC Reliability DA Engineer - 705044 Description
      Develops and supports ASIC / standard cell based reliability verification flows based around the Apache RedHawk tool. Delivers training and gives hands-on technical guidance and assistance to internal and external customers in effective and efficient use of the tools, and in debugging issues. Provides technical guidance and leadership to other members of the ASIC RV team.
      Qualifications
      Minimum degree requirement of BSEE plus 5 years, MSEE plus 3 years, or PhD in a related field.

      Additional Qualifications include:
      - Experience using RedHawk or similar standard cell based reliability verification tools.
      - Experience with ASIC static timing analysis and physical design tools, such as PrimeTime and ICC.
      - Familiarity with component and device level reliability issues, including electromigration, device and interconnect self-heating.
      - Familiarity with fullchip ASIC and power grid layout and analsyis, such as IR Drop, ESD, and latchup.

      Job Category : Engineering
      Primary Location : USA-Arizona, Phoenix

      Full/Part Time : Full Time
      Job Type : Experienced
      Regular/Temporary : Regular
      Posting Date : Feb 11, 2013
      Apply Before : Ongoing

      Business Group As the world's largest chip manufacturer, Intel strives to make every facet of semiconductor manufacturing state-of-the-art -- from semiconductor process development and manufacturing, through yield improvement to final test and optimization, and lastly packaging. Employees in the Technology and Manufacturing group are part of a worldwide network of manufacturing and assembly/test facilities.
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