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Product Engineer II

Product Engineer II
by Daniel Nenni on 07-18-2020 at 7:41 pm

  • Full Time
  • Canonsburg, PA
  • Applications have closed

Website ANSYS

RESPONSIBILITIES

Perform software testing for ANSYS signal integrity simulation software products to ensure that developed products meet design specifications and are within total quality management limits and standards.
Apply knowledge of signal integrity principles and applications, including PCBs, packages, ICs, and Touchpanels.
Generate test suites using Python programming language.
Design, document, and apply customized testing procedures to perform unit, integration, performance, functionality, and acceptance testing of products under development on all supported hardware platforms.
Investigate, prioritize, and assign software defect reports and enhancement requests.
Responsible for evaluation of numerical precision of solvers, report generation, and post processing tools.
Understand and reproduce product defects, and work with developers to determine the best resolution.
Communicate with Software Developers and Application Engineers to resolve moderately complex product issues in ANSYS signal integrity products.
Track and report metrics measuring the quality and release status of software products under development.
Approve product releases from development when feature specifications and quality standards are reached.
Champion high quality software and development practices and develop expertise in Quality Management procedures (ISO 9001:2008) and 10CFR50, Appendix B.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Master’s degree or foreign equivalent in Electrical Engineering or a related field of study.
Work experience or academic coursework must have included:signal integrity engineering theory and practice, including characterization of electronics components PCBs, packages, integrated circuits, and connectors;
signal integrity applications, semiconductors, circuits, and digital design;
programming and scripting languages Python, Perl and Visual Basic;
Windows Shell Scripts; and
Windows and Linux operating system environments.

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