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Field Applications Engineer - Sr. in Farmington, MI

Intersil

Farmington, MI 48331
7w ago
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compensation:

$100K - $150K*

specialty:

Electrical Engineering

experience:

8 - 10 years

Job Description

Description: Renesas Electronics Americas (REA) is a dynamic, multi-cultural tech company where employees can learn, mentor and thrive. REA brings together the strong financial foundation of a multi-billion dollar global operation and the flexibility and velocity of a smaller organization. We are developing technologies for the latest advances in mobile computing, secured connected devices, autonomous driving, smart homes and factories and more. Our solutions are at the heart of products developed by the major innovators around the world. Join us and be part of what's next in electronics.

Renesas Electronics America is seeking a Field Applications Engineer with experience in automotive embedded development and support. The ideal candidate will be responsible for understanding and explaining Renesas device features, and supporting customers through all stages of the design, development and production process.

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Valid through: 2020-3-4

About Intersil

Intersil Corporation is an American company formed in August 1999 through the acquisition of the semiconductor business of Harris Corporation. Intersil is a power management IC company, specializing in the development of power management and precision analog technology for applications in industrial, infrastructure, mobile, automotive and aerospace. The original Intersil, Inc. was founded in 1967 by Jean Hoerni to develop digital watch processors. They were originally funded by SSIH, a Swiss watch company. When microprocessors emerged to the market in the 1970s, Intersil participated with its 12-bit IM6100, which was the first microprocessor produced in CMOS technology and emulated the PDP-8 instruction set. In 1988 Intersil was taken over by Harris Semiconductor, which had offered the IM6100 as second source. Harris combined these activities with the semiconductor divisions of Radiation Incorporated, General Electric and RCA they had taken over before. In 1999 Harris spun off its entire semiconductor division and Intersil Corporation was created with the largest IPO in American semiconductor industry history. The second Intersil Corporation is a different company from the original Intersil, Inc.
Total Jobs:
30
Average Pay:
$141,951
Total value of jobs:
$5,820,000
% Masters:
48%
* Ladders Estimates