Texas Instruments Packaging Engineer - GaN in Dallas, Texas
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About the job
This is a challenging position for an experienced high voltage packaging engineer. As a technical leader, you will be defining, designing, developing, qualifying and releasing packaging solutions for a range of high-voltage products. These products will be operating over a voltage of 400v to 1200v, using Si LDMOS, GaN, and SiC. Role will include development of single die, MCM, and module solutions using internal TI factories as well as external subcontractors. We are looking for individuals that have in-depth knowledge of these technologies, industry offerings, and reliability of such packages. You will be working with teams that are spread out around the world to create new and innovative solutions.
Responsibilities may include:
Develop new package requirements and maintaining quality of existing packages
Define package requirements for product groups and customer requirements in high voltage power applications
Develop package thermal solutions for application
Perform thermal analysis of package in application
Perform package characterizations including cost effectiveness studies.
Review package development BLR data
Prepare and/or updates specifications for piece parts of integrated circuits or semiconductor assemblies
Prepare application notes to utilize package and optimize thermal performance
BS in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, Physics, Material Science, or related field.
5 years experience in high voltage semiconductor packaging, MCM/SIP/power module design, material or assembly flow development for high-voltage (>400V) integrated circuits. Knowledge of high-power discrete components (such as SiC, GaN, MOSFETs and IGBTs) is a plus.
Understanding of the end applications related to high voltage electronic devices (500v to 1200v)
Track record of development work leading to volume production for one or more of the following items: assembly or front end process flow, material or method development, package or component design
Demonstrated analytical and problem solving skills
Knowledge of industry high-voltage and power package trends, industry standards, supply chain, and reliability requirements.
Familiar with the cost structures of the materials, components, and services in Package assembly.
Basic understanding of cost of manufacturing of high voltage modules.
Test vehicle design, advanced prototyping, evaluation and failure analysis
Proficient in package/module design, structural, thermal and electrical modeling
Ability to follow disciplined work flow targeting for delivery of milestones on-time.
Ability to work with significant sense of urgency and commitment to achieve tangible results and outcomes.
MS/PhD in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Materials Science or Physics
10 year experience in Semiconductor High-voltage package development, reliability characterization and modeling, test development or qualification support
Working experience with industry partners (subcontractors, suppliers, and customers)
If you are interested in this position, please apply to this requisition.
Texas Instruments is an equal opportunity employer and supports a diverse, inclusive work environment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to protected characteristics, including race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or age.
Job: Engineering - Product Dev
Primary Location: US-TX-Dallas
Work Locations: Dallas > South Campus Dallas
Req ID: 21000234
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