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Die Sort Module Development Engineer

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Intel Corporation


24d ago

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  • You must have at least a Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering, Physics, or Electrical Engineering, along with experience in scripting/programming, problem-solving, and hardware qualification methodologies.
  • You will develop, troubleshoot, and optimize Die Sort equipment and processes, supporting NPI activities and tool sustaining for Intel's product roadmap. Join an on-call rotation and exhibit proactive problem-solving skills.

Graduate Job

Software Engineering•Hillsboro


  • Sort Test Technology Development (STTD) in ATTD is responsible for developing and deploying world-class test equipment and process technology to meet Intel's product ramp and cost targets.
  • This position is for a SDx (Die Sort) Module Engineer within the STTD group in Oregon.


  • You must possess the below requirements to be initially considered for this position.
  • Preferred qualifications are in addition to the requirements and are considered a plus factor in identifying top candidates.
  • Knowledge and/or experience listed below would be obtained through a combination of your schoolwork and/or classes and/or research and/or relevant previous job and/or internship experiences.
  • Minimum required qualifications:
  • Candidate must possess a Master's degree (3+ years of experience) or PhD degree (1+ year of experience) in Mechanical Engineering, Physics, or Electrical Engineering, Material Science, or an equivalent Engineering degree.
  • Preferred qualifications:
  • Experience in the following:
  • Scripting/programming skills.
  • Demonstrated experience of working in an ambiguous environment which involved active problem solving and troubleshooting hardware/software issues.
  • Design of Experiments DOE process and/or hardware qualification methodologies, etc.

Education requirements


Area of Responsibilities

Software Engineering


  • A SDx Module Engineer is responsible for Die Sort equipment and process development to enable Intel's product roadmap.
  • Develop hardware and/or software capabilities for the equipment.
  • Develop new methods/BKMs for module troubleshooting, and support NPI activities and tool sustaining.
  • Work with the probing technology and product development teams to improve and optimize the Die Sort process, enhancing quality, reliability, and manufacturability of the equipment and process before transferring to the Virtual Factories.
  • Module engineers are expected to be on-site and join an on-call rotation.
  • The ideal candidate must exhibit the following behavioral traits/skills:
  • Demonstrated proactive approach to problem solving
  • Demonstrated troubleshooting skills and thought process


Work type

Full time

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