The candidate would participate on a team of design verification, architects and design engineers, working closely with other team members to understand and verify the functionality of the design within the context of the unit, block, and overall system.
Prepares estimates of tooling requirements and of fabrication, assembly, integration, test, and other manufacturing labor content by analyzing blueprints, models, sketches, or engineering descriptions.
In this role you will be given an opportunity to work on the next generation technology that will be part of future AMD Microprocessors powering Servers and Personal Computers as well as Graphics Cards and VR sets. This team also is responsible for the Design and Verification of several critical as well as the integration to other subsystems and SoC.
In this role, you will be responsible for supervises others engaged in the operation, maintenance, troubleshooting, repair, testing and calibration of mechanical and electrical equipment providing heat, hot water, ventilation, a/c, electrical distribution and plumbing systems.
The successful execution and completion for portions of high end GPU Physical Design. As part of the Radeon Technology Group at AMD, be part of the team responsible for delivering the next generation of cutting edge graphics.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for researching and developing ideas and processes for new products as well as improving upon the performance and design of existing products and oversee production and packaging of that product.
An individual who will: manage process documents, tooling and fixturing for programs; drive continuous improvement utilizing LeanSix Sigma tools; perform ergonomic assessments and provide typical Manufacturing Engineering rigor required for Aerospace Industry product realization.
Analyze In-service reliability and maintenance data from operators to assess their performance. Calculate statistics and assess in-service reliability performance of systems and components for CRJ and Q Series aircraft programs using data from the MDA FRACAS database.