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Senior Field Applications Engineer (FAE) - Embedded Memory

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IC Resources Ltd
19 November 2012
17 December 2012
James Cunningham
Contract Type
Excellent Salary (Base + Bonus + Car + Benefits)

Further information

International OEM Semiconductor Company is seeking a Senior Field Applications Engineer (FAE) to cover the Swedish markets and to provide dedicated Pre & Post technical support to an assigned account base in the region.

You will take responsibility for driving design wins, conducting technical presentations, working closely with the Sales team to grow market share, building relationships with key clients, training local Sales, Distributors and Channel Sales teams on applicable products and establishing technical feedback to drive new product features and ideas.

Technically we are looking for the following qualifications:
- Degree qualified in electronics, software or a similar technical discipline
- Strong customer facing skills and good communication skills
- Understanding of Embedded Memory Applications or Communication Equipment or Networking and Industrial products
- High Level Language (C, C++, RTOS) and Assembly level language programming
- Fundamental knowledge of Flash Memory, NAND, NOR, MCP, Data Security, SOC design methodologies

Key words: field, applications, engineer, FAE, Sweden, embedded, Flash memory, NAND, NOR, customer, semiconductor, C++

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IC Resources Ltd

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