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Sr. iPhone Hardware Systems Design Engineer - SOC

Apple, Inc.
United States, Austin
June 04, 2023
Posted: May 9, 2023
Weekly Hours: 40
Role Number: 200459170
The iPhone HW Engineering team is seeking a hardworking electrical hardware engineer to work on the iPhone system technologies areas. The ideal candidate will work with multi-functional teams to perform in-depth analysis, testing, and validation of iPhone SoC power and performance, and improvement of systems design. Are you ready for a challenge?
Key Qualifications
  • 3+ years proven experiences
  • Strong EE fundamentals and problem solving skills
  • Deep understanding of mobile SoC architecture and functionality
  • Strong experience and knowledge in SOC functionality and performance testing and validation
  • Hands-on experience in SoC/board/system-level bring up, issue debug, and testing, lab equipments to measure power/thermal/performance
  • High level of knowledge in mobile system power delivery and PMIC
  • Confirmed engineering passion, initiative, innovation, and creativity
  • Scripting languages (Python, Perl, Shell, etc.)
Focus on current and future iPhone SoC power states and performance characterization, and help drive more efficient system level SoC design. Directly hands on working for iPhone SoC silicon bring-up, debug, testing, and validation on the system level. Working with broad x-functional HW and SW teams in silicon and system validation, FA, and factory test. Implement comprehensive test flows in various silicon test environments with scripting languages. Creative, hardworking and adaptive in problem solving, be able to work closely with system integrators and follow project schedule, in the full process of concept, design, implementation, debug, validation, and production cycle. Be willing to travel to work in factory build environments.
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