IC Resources Ltd

ATE Production Test/Evaluation Engineer

7 days left

Location
Oxfordshire
Salary
Competitive salary
Posted
26 Jul 2018
Closes
23 Aug 2018
Ref
JO-1806-133002
Contact
Luke Ord
Job Function
Test
Specialist Area
Electromechanical, Software
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

ATE Test Engineer

Location: Thames Valley

Salary: Competitive


Our client is looking for an inquisitive and enthusiastic ATE Production Test and Evaluation Engineer to deliver solutions for both optical transport and upcoming mobile infrastructure to join their Thames Valley team within the semiconductor market.


As an ATE Production Test and Evaluation Engineer you will be given fantastic opportunities to further develop current skills and also a range of new skills in a number of engineering disciplines.


You will need to have an electronics related degree or equivalent, and you will need to deliver any required support for the duration of the products' lifespan.


It is desirable to have knowledge of Advantest 93k mixed signal C++ based ATE


It is also advantageous to have experience of C++ and MATLAB, knowledge of Python, working with signal analysers and oscilloscopes and knowledge of ADC and DAC characteristics and the ability to test their parameters.


If you have any questions or are interested in applying please contact Luke Ord.

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