Analog Circuit Reliability Engineer
Santa Clara Valley (Cupertino), California, United States
At Apple, we work every single day to craft products that enrich people’s lives. If you love working on challenges that no one has solved yet and changing the game, this could be a strong fit for you. We have an opportunity for a forward-thinking and especially talented Reliability Engineer! As we are a multifaceted group, you will have the rare and rewarding opportunity to craft upcoming products that will delight and inspire millions of Apple’s customers every single day!
- The ideal candidate would have the following qualifications:
- 7 years proven experience. Knowledge of start-of-art analog circuit and topologies
- Deep understanding of transistor device characteristics and different reliability models (such as TDDB, HCI, BTI, etc).
- Familiarity with stress testing methods
- Hands-on experience with design/layout/simulation EDA tools, including Virtuoso, Calibre, Allegro, etc.
- Knowledge of aging model
- Preferably have skills in Matlab and statistical tools like JMP, R etc.
- Experience with Si processes used for high voltage, RF, and advanced SOCs
- Strong initiative and ownership of responsibilities, productive, able to meet bold deadlines
- Strong written and verbal interpersonal skills
In this highly visible role, you will take ownership of circuit reliability requirements of analog IPs developed by Apple. Your job is to ensure that all IPs are designed to meet Apple's product life-time and performance specifications. This role involves working closely with different multi-functional teams within Apple as well as external vendors. Occasional travel might be required.
Education & Experience
BSEE / MSEE is required. Apple is an Equal Opportunity Employer that is committed to inclusion and diversity. We also take affirmative action to offer employment and advancement opportunities to all applicants, including minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities. Apple will not discriminate or retaliate against applicants who inquire about, disclose, or discuss their compensation or that of other applicants.