Test Engineer

  • Location:
    Reading, United Kingdom
  • Area of Interest
    Quality Assurance
  • Job Type
  • Technology Interest
    Software Development, Testing
  • Job Id

Test Engineer

As part of the Acacia Engineering team located in Reading, UK, you will work with global hardware design, software development and test engineering teams towards New Product Introduction of Cisco ASIC and RF components.

The role includes development of ATE test solutions requiring test program development, test hardware specification and design through to delivery of turn key solutions at OSAT partners.

You will have a Bachelor's or Master’s in Electrical / Electronic Engineering and 5+ years of test development experience using Advantest 93000 or similar ATE. The role requires high competence in C and C++.

Data analysis skills including knowledge of STDF analysis tools and Python is necessary.

A good appreciation of signal integrity issues for testing SERDES and high speed ADC and DAC circuits will be of benefit.

You will know how to use bench top equipment such as oscilloscopes, spectrum analysers and network analysers.

Working alongside a motivated and highly experienced team, you will not only contribute but have the opportunity to learn new skills in this rewarding role.

You will bring excellent problem-solving abilities and be able to work in a multi-disciplined and multicultural environment. 

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