Graduate Device/Product Engineer

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Graduate Device/Product Engineer Product & Test team N/A TBC

The role
Working as a key member of a small team, you will be responsible for production technical support in our busy Probe & Test Department as well as providing Device / Product engineering capability.

This a varied role and your duties will include:

  • Analysis of electrical test and process data to optimise probe yields
  • Liasing with process engineering on yield and process issues
  • Supporting production by reviewing and assessing non-conforming material
  • Device / process / spice modelling to aid product development
  • Device testing and characterisation of new products
  • Providing technical assistance for customer enquiries
  • Test programme development – supporting/modifying existing programmes and creating new programmes for discrete / MEMS / ASIC devices
  • Involvement in project planning & execution of design & development of discrete electrical devices, MEMS devices and possible IC designs
  • Providing occasional cover for CAD/Layout tasks


The person
When it comes to recruitment, we believe it is as much about having the right attitude as it is about having the technical ability.

You must be self-motivated, with a strong work ethic, capable of working well on your own and as part of a team. You will have the ability to multi task and prioritise your workload as well as having an organised, analytical and problem solving approach to work.

You will be enthusiastic and reliable with the ability to make decisions and learn new tasks quickly.  You will be willing to take on additional responsibilities and have a desire to get the job done within tight deadlines. The ability to communicate effectively at all levels is essential as are excellent IT skills.

Experience and Skills
Successful candidates will have:

  • Degree or PhD qualified in Electronics / Electrical Engineering, Physics or a Materials science
  • Technically competent with a thorough understanding of semiconductor physics essential
  • Understanding of semiconductor assembly techniques and processes would be beneficial
  • Knowledge of process modelling e.g. using Silvaco, etc.
  • Will suit a recent graduate since training will be provided.

Company Information
Semefab is an independent silicon wafer foundry operation, manufacturing microelectronics and Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) based in Glenrothes. Working globally, we export approximately 75% of our products for the automotive, telecommunications, security, industrial, consumer and medical markets. 


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