Headquartered in Lowell, Massachusetts, MACOM is certified to the ISO9001 international quality standard and ISO14001 environmental management standard. MACOM has multiple design centers, Si, GaAs, GaN and InP fabrication, manufacturing, assembly and test, and operational facilities throughout North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. In addition, MACOM offers foundry services that represents a key core competency within our business. The foundry provides access to, and control of our broad range of proprietary technologies in an asset light, cost effective structure.
MACOM sells and distributes products globally via a sales channel comprised of a direct field sales force, authorized sales representatives and leading industry distributors. Our sales team is trained across all of our products to give our customers insights into our entire portfolio.
Our global organization of skilled engineers is driven every day to solve the world’s most demanding wireless and wireline application challenges. We’re proud of our more than sixty years’ of hands-on experience designing and building analog semiconductor technology across the RF to Light spectrum.
Key Responsibilities and Critical Success Measures
Provide the primary interface to foundries for the communication of MACOM product/technology requirements.
Provide clear and concise metric reports that detail actions and owners to resolve all manufacturing related issues at external foundry service providers.
Devise innovative methods of adding value through a close working relationship with Operational leadership onsite(s).
Analyze and assess operational activities in order to identify areas for improvement across the site(s) and within the wider business.
Propose new ways of working by using best practice in processes and technologies.
Provide progress updates against assigned projects to the senior management, supply chain management and senior engineers, and identifying opportunities, risks and any remedial action plans required.
Manage day-to-day, near term to long term technical projects between MACOM and foundries to on-schedule completion.
Coordinate, as-needed, periodic technical meetings with foundries.
Coordinate new product tape-out, pilot engineering wafer execution and wafer processing validation.
Drive wafer foundry and process related issues for current and next generation technologies.
Spearhead technology transfers from development/engineering to production facilities.
Essential Qualifications & Experience
Bachelor’s degree in EE, Physics, Materials Science, or chemical engineering, with emphasis on semiconductor processing and device physics.
3+ years of semiconductor industry experience with a minimum of 1 year of wafer Fab process integration or device engineering, specifically in silicon photonics or III-V integrated photonic circuits.
Experience in using Project Management Methodologies.
Understanding of photonic and electronic device physics and reliability concepts for wafer processing.
Exposure/knowledge of issues related to GaN HEMT technology and the fabrication of GaN HEMTs and integrated circuits.
Knowledge of IC product supply chain including GDS data, mask making, wafer supply, probe and test functions.
Excellent English language communications skills, both verbal and written.
Desirable Qualifications & Experience
Experience in the transfer of semiconductor processes from development to production.
Experience of working directly with external foundries such as TSMC, TowerJazz, Global Foundries, etc…