Birmingham, West Midlands
Up to £60000.00 per annum
about 2 years ago
Job title: Electronics Design Engineer (Power)
Department: R&D Centre: Assemblies
Location: Birmingham （Initially in Lincoln）
Hours of work: 37 hours a week
This role will be responsible for power device packaging process development, in charge go the manufacturability design of power semiconductor module, including soldering process, USW process, wire bonding, gel filling.
- Responsible for the manufacturability design and review, including but not limit die attaching, soldering, wire bonding, USW, gel filling.
- Responsible for soldering process of power device packaging, to ensure the normal production of the soldering process
- Debug and optimize the soldering process to guarantee the soldering process meet the required specifications
- Participate in new packaging process development, such as soldering, silver sintering, TLP, , and promoting product implementation.
- Solve the existing process problem in production, improve yield and analyse defective products.
- Responsible for the formulation and implementation of the process test plan;
- Development of equipment required for the packaging process;
- Assist structural engineers to design and process welding fixtures;
- Define working documents such as job instructions, inspection standards, equipment maintenance specifications, and related training for operators.
Core Skills and Education
- A Degree or equivalent in a microelectronics, semiconductor, physics, materials and other related subjects;
- At least 7 years of experience in R&D of power device packaging process
- Solid background in power device packaging process, microelectronics, semiconductor physics, and materials science.
- Familiar with various packaging processes and equipment
- Familiar with reflow soldering process
- Familiar with quality analysis and process solutions of various soldering products of power module
- Understand the failure analysis of the power module
- Know about Solid Edge or other 3D design software
- Understand the working principle and application of power devices
If you are interested in this exciting opportunity to join a brand new EV research and development team within a market-leading and established semiconductors company, please get in touch with or call to speak with Tim Parkes confidentially on 01384 446145 now.