Microchip Technology Engineer I-Applications in Chandler, Arizona
Microchip is seeking an entry-level Applications Engineer to join the 16-bit Micro Controllers (MCU16) group's Applications team.
As an entry level Application engineer, responsibilities include representing applications in the product development team to drive the application
They include but not limited to:
Developing Demo boards, Application notes
Development of product data sheets
Supporting customers and field-personal on 16-bit MCU/DSCs
Develop and present training material for Microchip Field Engineers and Microchip customers.
BSEE/MSEE in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering with strong academic achievements and communication skills. Basic knowledge of
hardware components, including circuit design using passive and active component is desired. Knowledge of C and assembly programming are plus.
Ability to communicate well in both written and verbal forms and presentation skills are desired.
Prior knowledge or work experience in any of the following areas is a plus:
C/assembly Programming of PIC Microcontrollers
Analog application circuit design
Working knowledge with communication channels such as CAN, I2C, SPI, UART, USB
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