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Senior RF Engineer

Job Description

The Senior RF Engineer position is responsible for the design, quality, performance and safety of RF, microwave, and millimeter-wave passive magnetic components, including ferrite transmission lines, filters, limiters, phase shifters, circulators, and isolators. Activities include requirements definition, component and system design, simulation and design optimization, electrical and environmental testing, manufacturing process definition for external and internal suppliers, and quality and safety systems management. Participate in research and development projects to inform the team on engineering tradeoffs and manufacturing requirements. Support business development and sales staff with technical information during phone calls or site visits with customers. Provide excellent customer support to both inside and outside customers.

Please email your resume and cover letter to Mary Beth Westenfield (mwestenfield@mtmgx.com).

Primary Responsibilities

  • Design of RF circuits in the frequency range from 100 MHz to 100 GHz
  • Development and validation of numerical models and design optimization using Ansys HFSS or other commercial simulation tools
  • Fabricate, assemble, and tune components, including die attach, wire bonding, soldering, patterning, etching, spinning, developing, electroplating, sputtering
  • Develop and implement protocols to test devices including electrical and environmental (thermal, vibration, mechanical shock, humidity, salt atmosphere/spray) testing
  • Carry out and oversee fixturing, calibration, and testing of devices using standard equipment to include vector network analyzers, spectrum analyzers, communications analyzers, probe stations, amplifiers, detectors, oscilloscopes, and environmental chambers
  • Interface with suppliers in the definition and troubleshooting of manufacturing processes including mask design, lithography, etching, thin and thick film deposition, wire and ribbon bonding, die attachment, soldering and encapsulation
  • Provide timely support to sales and business development functions with technical proposals, data, analyses, specifications, and technical descriptions
  • Design products, specifications and other requirements for manufacturing by applying experience and industry standards with consideration of cost reduction

Desired Experience

  • Experience with wireless communications or radar RF systems design
  • Experience with materials properties and device high frequency electrical testing
  • Working knowledge and understanding of RF device fabrication methods including materials, metals, insulators, die fabrication, die assembly and packaging is required
  • Experience with hands-on fabrication of prototypes and deliverable solutions
  • Experience with the new product development cycle and introduction to market

Minimum Requirements

  • 5 – 10 years experience developing RF circuits, systems, and devices
  • US Citizen or Permanent US Resident (Green Card)
  • MS Degree in Electrical Engineering or a closely-related field or BS in related field with extensive industry experience
  • Approximately 5% travel may be required for visits to customer and supplier facilities

 


 

RF Technician

Job Description

The RF Technician position is responsible for assembly and testing of RF devices and supporting materials and structures needed for research, development and production. The RF Technician will assemble and test devices based on designs and specifications provided by the engineering staff.

Please email your resume and cover letter to Mary Beth Westenfield (mwestenfield@mtmgx.com).

Responsibilities will include the following:

  • Fabricate, assemble, and tune components, including die attach, wire bonding, soldering, patterning, etching, spinning, developing, electroplating, sputtering
  • Execute protocols to test devices including electrical and environmental (thermal, vibration, mechanical shock, humidity, salt atmosphere/spray) testing, prepare test reports
  • Carry out and oversee fixturing, calibration, and testing of devices using standard equipment to include vector network analyzers, spectrum analyzers, communications analyzers, probe stations, amplifiers, detectors, oscilloscopes, and environmental chambers
  • Calibrate and maintain test equipment
  • Prepare materials for research, development and or production devices, includes weighing, measuring, mixing, milling, grinding, pressing, sintering, polishing
  • Clean and maintain materials research, device assembly, and laboratory areas to support a safe and productive work environment
  • Participate in inventory control including requesting, maintaining, and documenting
  • Other duties as assigned

Desired Experience:

  • RF device fabrication and testing from 100 MHz to 100 GHz
  • Ceramic materials synthesis, characterization, and processing

Requirements:

  • US Citizen or Permanent US Resident (Green Card)
  • Associates degree in engineering or other physical sciences (Bachelor’s degree preferred)
  • Minimum of 2 years of commercial experience in a comparable role or 2 years of comparable work in an academic research setting