Intel Field test Engineer in San Diego, California

Job Description

Creates, defines and develops system validation environment and test suites. Uses and applies emulation and platformlevel tools and techniques to ensure performance to spec. Responsible for the development of methodologies, execution of validation plans, and debug of failures. Requires broad understanding of multiple system areas and requires interfaces with Architecture, Design, and Presilicon Validation teams in improving postsilicon test content and providing feedback for future ondie debug features.Job Description: Responsible to execute field test cases per specifications Operator, KPI, Internal Functional Must accurately setup, execute and report measurement results per test specification Generate accurate daily test reports, documenting test steps, measurements and failures Working closely with engineering to isolate and debug issues Respond within 24 hours to all retest requests from development team Disposition issues with appropriate corrective actions to resolve issues in timely manner Reproducing and representing all of the test related technical issues to the internal development teams Self-directed and motivated to be successful in this environment Strong technical writing skills and the ability to generate technical documents defining and describing product issues and resolution details

Qualifications

Minimum Qualifications:- Bachelors of Science plus 3 years' experience or a Master Degree or greater in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering or equivalent. - 3+ years of experience with GSM, UMTS and LTE Protocols - 3+ years of experience/knowledge with Cellular Network Debug Tools - 3+ years of experience with Field Testing of Cellular Products GSM, UMTS and LTE Additional Preferred Qualifications: - Should be willing to travel 40-50 % of the time

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