The Smart Power Applications Team is looking for young talents to assist and support Power Management Team developments. He/she will help the design of the new evaluation and reference boards, work assisted in laboratory with modern tools to debug, test and manufacturing board prototype. He/she will benefit on the job training and seminars to improve technical skills.
· Test and debug in the laboratory of analog circuits (e.g. LED lighting, linear and switching regulators) · Assist application engineers from concept to the design of the PCB layout (using CAD tools), execute prototypes working with SMT components and testing them · Learning and writing microcontroller C code if necessary · Assist with creating technical documentation, test reports
Paid internship from day 1; Meal tickets; On the job training and coaching; You can choose the number of working hours – 4/6 or 8 per day; Flexible schedule; Close to University - ETTI.
· 4th year student in Automatics, Electronics and Telecommunication or Electrical Engineering Faculty · Basic knowledge of analog circuits applications, LEDs, DC/DC power supplies is a plus · Knowledge of SMD electronic components and using bench tools (multimeters, power supplies, oscilloscopes) · Experience with a CAD tool for designing PCB layouts (Altium, Eagle, Target, OrCAD) is a plus · C programming for MCU experience is a plus · Good knowledge of English and good communications skills · Ability to learn and ability to work in a team · Enthusiast, hobby in electronics is a big plus! Bring with you any personal project and present it!