You are looking for an ideal entry position after your technical university education? You have a passion for measurements and live up to high quality standards? Collaborating with colleagues on a cross-functional level is a spur to you? Then this is the right job for you: as Radar Product Validation Engineer you will analyse the performance of our automotive integrated radar sensor products during the development in the laboratory, ensuring that the developed ICs will meet our customer's requirements.
Fresh Graduate (without work experience)
In your new job you will:
You enjoy developing your knowledge and skills and motivate yourself and others to achieve top performance. You think and act cooperatively and quickly establish successful collaborations with other teams at Infineon. With your structured working style, you are able to demonstrate high quality standards for yourself and other people. You pursue ambitious goals and are prepared to take risks consciously and manage them actively.
You are best equipped for this task if you have:
We offer competitive salaries and additional benefits based on your performance, experience and qualification. The employment is in accordance with the collective salary and wage agreement for employees of the electrical and electronics industry, employment group F-G (www.feei.at/arbeitswelt/kv-tabellen-statistik/mindestloehne-und-gehaelter). The monthly salary is paid 14 times p.a. We offer a higher compensation depending on your expertise and skills.
Part of your life. Part of tomorrow.
We make life easier, safer and greener - with technology that achieves more, consumes less and is accessible to everyone. Microelectronics from Infineon is the key to a better future. Efficient use of energy, environmentally-friendly mobility and security in a connected world - we solve some of the most critical challenges that our society faces while taking a conscientious approach to the use of natural resources.
In the Automotive (ATV) segment, we develop high-value products and services to advance fully and partly self-driving cars. To enable radar-based advanced driver assistance systems, we deliver end-to-end solutions to capture and process complex, safety-critical data from the vehicle's surroundings. These include radar sensor ICs as well as microcontrollers optimized for radar signal preprocessing. We are helping to realize the Zero Vision for road traffic safety through our certified components and subsystems. In the connected car of the future, our security microcontrollers will help protect sensitive data more effectively. In addition, ATV is making a valuable contribution to the development of e-mobility. Power semiconductors are driving electric motors and innovative system solutions using silicon carbide are increasing the efficiency and reducing the weight of chargers and inverters. These technologies are paving the way for electric vehicles that offer the same range with smaller batteries. In combustion engines too, power semiconductors are making a difference by reducing exhaust emissions.
The Infineon affiliate DICE (Danube Integrated Circuit Engineering) in Linz is a dynamic and fast-growing company in the field of microelectronics, with a strong focus on research and development. DICE is focusing on high-frequency integrated switching circuits for automotive applications using state-of-the-art Bipolar/RF-CMOS semiconductor technologies as well as complex mixed signal ICs that are used in high frequency radar applications (77/79 GHz).
Linz is the third-largest city of Austria located approximately 30 kilometres (19 miles) south of the Czech border. It represents a symbiosis of industry, culture and nature - surrounded by stunning landscapes. As UNESCO City of Media Arts, Linz is also one of the world's most future-orientated locations together with Lyon, Sapporo, Tel Aviv and Dakar. Austria's social and health care system is among the best in the world and for decades numerous international surveys have singled out the country as a particularly safe and wealthy country with a high quality of life.
Find out what you like most about Linz/Upper Austria and join us:
Almost 3.200 people work at four different sites in Austria.