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Senior Development Product Engineer

Menlo Microsystems, Inc.

This is a Full-time position in Anaheim, CA posted April 14, 2022.

Influence the Development of a Product Family Making One of the Biggest Leaps Forward since the Transistor Impact projects end-to-end in key role as part of an innovative team delivering award-winning solutions If you have expertise in semiconductor device characterization and qualification, leadership skills and hands-on confidence in the lab and with testing, this position offers some compelling opportunities. You will: Serve as a lead engineer on our New Product Introduction (NPI) team, driving the production release of next generation RF and power products utilizing innovative MEMS ohmic switch technology. Influence product development from start to finish, acting as a “general contractor” coordinating crossing all domains, including design, fabrication, testing, qualification and manufacturing. Help shape a newly created role and showcase your potential to advance as we grow. In fact, we posted triple-digit sales growth in Q4 2021 and secured expansion funding from industry-leading investors. Enjoy an innovative, energized, and growth atmosphere of an emerging company that is built on a strong and stable foundation of investors including industry giants like Corning, Paladin, Microsemi, Future Shape (see the video under the Why Join Us tab), and others. Collaborate with top minds. Born out of a decade-long effort at General Electric’s Global Research Center, Menlo Micro is bringing to the market a series of technology innovations that have enabled us to reinvent one of the most essential and fundamental building blocks required for nearly every electronic system imaginable . . . the switch. Headquartered in Irvine, California, Menlo Micro has re-invented the electronic switch and created an entirely new category of electronic switches with its MEMS-based Ideal Switch™ technology. This technology eliminates compromises and tradeoffs by combining the benefits of electromechanical and solid-state switches into the best of both worlds, enabling the electrification of everything. Our success is getting noticed Not only are we driving triple-digit sales growth, but we recently received the 2021 Start-Up to Watch award from the Global Semiconductor Alliance, the 2021 Fierce Innovation award from Fierce Telecom, and the 2021 Fast Company World Changing Ideas Award. Role Summary/Purpose You will drive the production release of both RF and power products that utilize this innovative MEMS ohmic switch technology. In this role, you will be the lead engineer ensuring technical attainment of all qualification requirements and a timely release-to-production. You will be a core member of the New Product Introduction Team (NPI) and work across the entire company organization. You will directly impact critical Roadmaps and support new technology developments. Projects will encompass characterization, packaging, thermal / mechanical considerations, assembly, test strategy, test software and hardware development, data analysis, reliability testing, root cause problem solving, and technical dispositioning. Essential Responsibilities This is a hands-on role and key responsibilities include: Characterization and reliability stress testing of both die and module level products. Timely qualification and production launch. Data analysis, dispositions, and associated reports. Deployment of a comprehensive test capabilities that ensures compliance to spec. Drive advancements in DFT and DFM methodologies. Work with the Technology Team to develop and validate new technologies, device structures, and design rules. Provide feedback into next gen product specifications and development. Qualifications/Requirements BS or MS in electrical engineering with a minimum 5 years of experience. In depth understanding of device characterization and qualification requirements. Demonstrated ability to design, deploy, and debug test capabilities. Experience using sound DOE practices. Ability to work in a multi-disciplinary team environment. Willingness to travel up to 20% of time. Excellent communication skills. Legal authorization to work in the U.S. is required. Desired Characteristics Industrial experience in MEMS device design and manufacturing. A critical problem solver and innovator. Experience with RF device test and test systems. Experience with RF package technologies. A working understanding of MEMS or Semiconductor device fabrication. Demonstrated ability to investigate, find root cause, and implement appropriate corrective actions.