Electrical Engineer IV - (E4)

As the Process Power Systems Electrical Engineer & Technical Program Manager you will be architecting, specifying, developing, qualifying, releasing, and doing failure analysis of specialty Process Power and Computer Control Systems. This would include RF Generators and matching networks, High Voltage DC and High Current DC Power Supplies, transformers, coils, and off the shelf Computer Hardware for Semiconductor Capital Equipment. You will be working as part of a multi-discipline team of System, Mechanical, Software, and other Electrical Engineers. The successful candidate will enjoy a fast paced environment filled with technical challenges.
Responsibilities include:
+ Execution of all project phases from architecture, specifications and prototype procurement development test, reliability test, and release to manufacturing.
+ Delivery of technical presentations in support of product proposals and engineering design reviews.
+ Developing specification and system documentation of electrical parts and assemblies for release into medium volume production systems.
+ System integration skills including cable design, grounding, shielding, and safety considerations.
+ Limited travel within the US, Asia, and Europe
Strongly Desired Qualifications:
+ Ability to work independently with minimal guidance, is a good team player, and has outstanding reporting and presentation skills.
+ Appropriate analog, power, and digital design skills to be able to review and guide the development of Power Systems Hardware and do failure analysis.
+ Program leadership skills in working across multi-function boundaries including, supply chain, materials, product qualification, reliability, supplier, in coming up with a consensus on the selection, last time buy, and release of new hardware.
+ People leadership skills demonstrated in prior work.
+ The growth path for this individual is in functional management, therefore both people skills and matrix management skills are important.
+ Some experience with computer control would be preferred.
+ Familiar with instrumentation for designing HV and RF systems.
+ Specify off the shelf components and sub systems for Power Systems & Control, and design the wiring to integrate them and test in a system. Some familiarity with Semi Equipment standards for safety would be a plus.
+ Hands-on experience with failure analysis of Power Supplies and control system field problems, and finding solutions.
+ Bachelors/Master?s Degree in Electrical Engineering and a minimum of 10 years applicable experience.
Applied Materials is committed to diversity in its workforce including Equal Employment Opportunity for Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities.
Primary Location: Massachusetts-MA,Gloucester
Job Title: Electrical Engineer IV - (E4)
Job: Engineering
Requisition ID: 1800960
Shift: Day Job
Travel: Yes, 10 % of the Time
Posting Type: Internal / External
Relocation Package: Domestic Lump Sum

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