Your program consists of the following elements:
- You will start your assignment in our development site in Budapest. During the very first 3-4 months you will meet our local team and the team in Warstein. You will undergo the new hire onboarding to get a deeper understanding of power electronics and power modules. You will also be trained on all necessary tools to be prepared you for the next station.
- International assignment of 6 months in the most modern wafer fabrication in Villach (Austria). Here you will participate in a real SiC technology development. You will build expertise in wafer processing, its testing, and the impact of your experiments on the electrical behavior on product level. Ideally you can continue investigations of the same technology during the following stay in our power module innovation site in Warstein.
- After a short stay in Budapest, you continue the international assignment of 4 – 6 months in our power module development and assembly site Warstein (Germany) to work in the Electrical Development Center for Low and Medium power modules. Here will learn planning and carrying out the electrical and thermal characterization of the semiconductor devices and modules.
- The last station is in the R&D Office in Budapest where you will apply your knowledge from previous stays and help to establish the center of electrical development in Hungary and support the release of novel products.
- Evaluation and analysis of data, as well as presentation of the results as a basis for decision-making on technical topics
- Triggering and tracking the creation, commissioning and testing of prototypes up to the start of series production
- Creation, review and approval of data sheets and test specifications
You are curious and interested in a broad range of topics and always try to get new insights and ideas. You don’t expect things to be handed to you on a silver platter. You question existing assumptions, put the customer at the heart of your actions and love change – which is guaranteed in the semiconductor industry. You are pragmatic and analytic, because we need both at Infineon. Standing still is not your thing. You find inspiration in working with different kinds of people, collaborating with your colleagues beyond borders on the big picture.
You successfully meet the requirements if you have:
- a degree in Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Physics or Industrial Engineering, with appropriate technical know-how in power semiconductors IGBT, MOSFET and diodes
- already gained some practical experience in application engineering, technical support (e.g. through internships during your studies)
- ideally gained a first working experience abroad
- a methodological and analytical mindset and the ability to understand, summarize and present complex technical topics
- experience on hands-on-technical lab work with high voltage power semiconductor modules as well as in the field of thermal measurement technology and statistical test planning.
- familiarization with software for scientific data evaluation
- fluent in English with good communication and presentation skills. German as a plus
And you fully agree with these statements:
- I am an ambitious and open-minded person who loves to get to know new people and learn about new topics.
- When I think about moving to another country for at least three months, I want to start packing my bags.
- I like to work in teams that are very diverse and in which everyone speaks English.
- I can’t wait to present a concept to the team and managers – and I don’t mind doing it in English.
- My friends describe me as “highly independent and self-motivated team player”.
If this is you, then we want to make it easy for you to apply:
- All we need is your CV in English and your relevant certificates, such as your final university degree or your most recent university transcripts. Tell us more about your motivation for applying in a short cover letter. Convince us with your personality, special skills and experiences.