• Product Engineer

    Job Locations Israel-Yokneam
    Posted Date 2 months ago(3/21/2018 7:21 AM)
    Product Engineer
    Job Length
  • Overview

    Mellanox Technologies is looking for a Product Engineer.


    The position will have responsibility to support the development and manufacturing of Interconnect products. 

    • Coordinate new product development from initial design phase to full production release
    • Developing programs (software/coding) for production test and characterization
    • Maintaining high quality product deliveries to customer by failure analysis, data analysis and yield analysis/enhancement.
    • The candidate will work with Design and Manufacturing Engineering teams to develop the most robust test solution for mass production

    The candidate will work with process groups to improve or resolve process/product interactions resulting in delays of materials release or yield/quality issues after


    • B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering/ Biomedical Engineering with signal processing background with 0-6 years of experience. 
    • Strong problem solving and prioritization ability
    • Ability to drive projects to full execution in time
    • Strong statistics and data analysis background (JMP)
    • Good understanding of circuits
    • Good software skills, especially in scripting languages
    • Strong presentation , communication skills
    • Fast learner, Self-Learner


    • Experience or background in a technical management role and represent skills in project management, planning, organizing, multi-tasking, efficient problem solving, and delivering to commitments. 
    • Experience in IC/SiP manufacturing process including fab, test and assembly.
    • High speed Fiber Optics products
    • Tiger/Ultra Flex/ATE experience
    • Low cost test solutions
    • Good understanding of system/IC assembly process
    • Knowledgeable in DFT/DFM/DOE techniques
    • Embedded code oriented


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