EAG Laboratories with 28 locations and over 600 employees is a global scientific services company. Our Engineering Sciences lab located in Sunnyvale, CA facility is seeking a Failure Analysis Technician/Engineer for a temporary assignment to work with a variety of instruments and customers to grow EAG. EAG offers failure analysis services in support of our client’s need to achieve high quality and reliable products.
Responsibilities for this role include initial consultation with customers to define the device’s problem, developing and executing analyses, and communicating results. This is a hands-on position that will require strong problem-solving skills to perform a wide range of analytical work and leveraging other EAG colleague’s efforts.
This role is subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) therefore all accepted applicants must be U.S. Persons as defined by ITAR: U.S. Person is a U.S. Citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident (i.e., “Green Card Holder”), Political Asylee, or Refugee.
The Ideal Candidate would possess:
Education and Experience
- Associates degree in Electrical Engineering, Materials Science or other relevant science discipline, or 5 yrs of hands-on laboratory experience
- 2+ years of Failure Analysis laboratory experience (semiconductor and electronics industry)
- Experience and knowledge in the following are highly desired: Semiconductor, materials analysis, DPA (destructive physical analysis), electronics end-use, manufacturing, design, etc.
Job Knowledge, Skills and Ability
- Excellent FA skills
- Hands-on experience with decapsulation, cross sectioning, deprocessing, SEM, X-ray, C-SAM, ion milling, and dye and pry analysis
- Additional FA related familiarity and experiences are highly desired (e.g. TDR, light emission microscopy, IR microscopy, various laser injection techniques, microprobing, IC test, and etc.)
- Excellent English communication skills (written and spoken)
- A strong work ethic with a commitment to accuracy
- The ability to work to deadlines in a team-oriented environment are essential.