We are looking for a dedicated Failure Analysis Engineer to contribute to our global success story at our state-of-the-art Edinburgh office. You will become a major contributor, driving device level failure analysis on mixed signal ICs within Cirrus Logic’s outstanding Edinburgh FA lab. This is a phenomenal opportunity for someone to start and develop their career in one of the most multifaceted and innovative technology companies in the world.
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Perform device level failure analysis in a collaborative environment to support customer returns, product qualifications, yield excursions and new product development.
Carry out electrical and physical fault isolation on mixed signal IC devices to identify root cause of failure.
Interact directly with project managers, design & engineering groups, regional teams, and external analysis labs.
Work within multi-functional teams to resolve and understand the root cause of product issues.
Use sophisticated failure analysis equipment (SEM, FIB, EDX, EMMI, LSM) within Cirrus Logic’s failure analysis lab.
Write technical reports that summarise the analysis carried out, conclusions drawn and relevance to the issue under investigation.
Use application test setups when required to support analysis requests.
Maintain & support complex failure analysis equipment within the lab.
Evaluate & introduce new equipment and latest techniques to the failure analysis flow.
Required Skills and Qualifications
Degree qualified in electronics, physics, chemistry, materials science, or related subject area and/or equivalent, validated experience in the industry.
Hands-on proficiency with electrical fault isolation tools and techniques such as photon-emission, static and dynamic laser stimulation, scan diagnostic techniques, ATE, thermal imaging, micro/nanoprobing, and applications bench testing.
Knowledge of microscopy (optical, SEM & FIB).
In-depth understanding of CAD layout, ATE and bench test datalogs, digital and analogue circuits, device physics, IC fabrication and assembly.
Familiarity with common IC failure mechanisms and qualification stress configurations.
Excellent analytical skills and problem-solving ability.
Ability to work to tight deadlines on multiple tasks with variable time scales.
Strong technical writing and verbal communication skills.
Attention to detail.
Preferred Skills and Qualifications:
Experience and proven track record in a similar failure analysis role.
Hands-on proficiency with physical failure analysis tools and techniques such as SEM, FIB, ion mill, RIE, planar delayering & chemical deprocessing.
This position is located in Edinburgh, UK
Beyond a competitive salary, enjoy generous benefits including:
Private Medical Insurance
Critical Illness cover
Employee Happy Hours
Employee discount programmes
Free Vend and subsidised canteen on-site (Edinburgh office)
Employee Incentive Plan
Robust training and development programme that addresses technical/professional as well as personal development.
This is a fully on-site role and is not available for a remote or hybrid remote work schedule.
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