Infineon Technologies Austria AG
To strengthen our development team in the area of self-driving cars (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) we are looking for a Digital Design Engineer (f/m) who will be responsible for the functional verification of complete mixed-signal chips.
Professionals / experienced
In your new role you will
You are able to quickly establish successful cooperations, accept responsibility for common goals and put the team's results above you own interests. You have a structured work style and demonstrate high quality standards for yourself and other people.
You are best equipped for this task if you have:
This position is subject to the collective agreement for workers and employees in the electrical and electronics industry, employment group G (www.feei.at/arbeitswelt/kv-tabellen-statistik/mindestloehne-und-gehaelter-2016). The monthly salary is paid 14 times p.a. A higher payment is negotiable depending on your expertise and skills. Furthermore, Infineon offers additional employee benefits.
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.
The Automotive segment (ATV) designs, develops, manufactures and markets semiconductors for use in automotive applications. ATV offers a very broad product portfolio of microcontrollers, magnetic and pressure sensors, radio-frequency and particularly radar components as well as power semiconductors (discretes, modules and ICs). Infineon is one of the few semiconductor manufacturers for automotive that cover all established applications in vehicles: CO2 reduction, comfort electronics, driver assistance systems and security. In the area of safety the focus is on ADAS (advanced driver assistance systems).
Almost 3.200 people work at four different sites in Austria.