Area of InterestSupply Chain
As a Component Engineer in Cisco's Supply Chain Organization, you will work in an invigorating environment with a multi-functional team of specialists bringing to market an exciting array of new components and associated platforms. We partner with our supply chain to establish capable technologies and manufacturing processes to meet our Semiconductor component needs. We work with our component suppliers and internal engineering teams to ensure detailed integration and launch of the components in our platforms. Your role is instrumental in establishing conditions for fast time to quality in manufacturing and engineering a solution for long- term reliability.
Who You’ll Work With
We are part of the Technology and Quality group. We collaborate with a multi-disciplinary group of specialists from Product and Manufacturing Operations, Hardware engineering, Global Supplier Management, Packaging Engineering and substrate design groups. You will partner with each of these teams to understand the application environment and facilitate integration, tackle issues during new product introduction and advise on risk mitigation in case of marginal performance. You will understand the platform eco-system into which the device will be integrated and the impact of the eco-system on initial quality and long-term reliability.
Who You Are
We are looking for a contributor with foundational understanding of factors impacting semiconductor performance and reliability. The ideal candidate would be able to lead multi-functional teams in an environment that values partnership and collaboration. The key person should have a keen eye open for what can go wrong and what to do to help tackle it proactively.
- Work with engineering and supplier to resolve all qualification, manufacturing, and field related component failures and manage suppliers 8D deployment
- Assess manufacturing data from suppliers and Cisco factory to align priorities and drive component failure analysis, containments, and root cause corrective actions
- Partner with Cisco development engineers, commodity teams, and suppliers/partners to develop next-gen semiconductor components to meet Cisco requirements
- Communicate the nature of issues, impact of the issues and actions being taken to address these issues to functional and engineering management
The minimum requirements for this role include:
- BS in Electrical Engineering / Computer Engineering or related fields
- 1+ yrs of Hands-on experience in one or more IC Engineering functions including Circuit Design, Semi Process Integration/Yield Engineering, Product & Test Engineering
- Knowledge of semiconductor components development: design, fabrication, characterization, qualification, testing, quality, reliability, failure analysis
- Knowledge of semiconductor device testing and characterization such as HTOL, ELFR, LU, ESD, etc
- Knowledge of electrical testing and the use of tools and test equipment (oscilloscopes, power supplies, signal analyzers, etc.).
- Familiarity with component ATE and system level test methods
- Shown success in delivering results in a multi-disciplinary team environment
- Strong teamwork & collaboration skills. Excellent problem solving & effective conflict resolution skills.
- An effective cross-functional communicator with strong presentation and interpersonal skills, who perseveres and has cross-functional leadership to drive results and change across organizations up to the executive level.
- Data analytics skills including scripting, basic machine learning and data visualization
- Story telling with data
- Ability to thrive in a dynamic environment.
- High level of motivation and energy.
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