Principal Product Engineer, Silicon Engineering

Irvine, California
Hardware Engineering /
Full-time /
We are building hardware for the next generation of cryptography because we believe in creating a more trustworthy world with secure, private computation at its core. Just as encryption and decryption enabled the Internet as we know it, this new paradigm of cryptographic algorithms, such as zero knowledge proofs, have even broader potential to revolutionize how trust, privacy, and identity work in our society. 

About the job
Want to work on cutting edge technology?  Are you an experienced Product Engineer looking to be challenged?  If so, come join our Irvine team as we help build the future of internet privacy and cryptography.  Fabric Cryptography is looking for talented and motivated Product Engineers ready to help set the standard for taking devices to high volume production.  
As a Product Engineer, you will be responsible for enabling cutting-edge semiconductor technologies while working with a cross functional engineering team to solve our industry’s most challenging problems and smoothly qualify and ramp Fabric’s newest devices to high volume production.

What you'll be doing

    • Ownership of entire product lifecycle from pre-silicon, to NPI and HVM
    • Develop the device qualification plan, including HTOL, ESD, latch up testing, PVT characterization
    • Work closely with Foundry and OSAT partners to monitor, improve yield
    • Monitor fab WAT data to ensure consistent device performance
    • Support RMA activity and coordinate with production test and design teams to resolve potential issues

Qualifications & experience

    • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in EE, CS, or related fields.
    • Excellent problem solving, teamwork, collaboration, and interpersonal skills
    • Must enjoy multitasking in a fast-paced dynamic environment
    • Electrical Failure Analysis, identifying root cause of problems and identify practical/timely solutions
    • Statistical Analysis and large data set analysis
    • Quality, reliability mechanisms and device physics
    • Understanding of semiconductor lifecycle, DFT/DFM, ATE testing and RF test methodology
    • Familiarity with software development tools and revision control systems
    • Ability to build strong cross functional relationships
    • Independent and result oriented
    • Strong oral and written communication skills required
Fabric Cryptography is committed to fostering a diverse work environment and proud to be an equal opportunity employer. As we highly value diversity in our current and future employees, we do not discriminate based on race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, disability status or any other characteristic protected by law.