New Job: Software Applications Engineer (Graduate)

Title:  Software Applications Engineer (Graduate)

Hiring Company: Texas Instruments Norway

Company Description:  

Texas Instruments Norway designs, produces and markets high-performance radio frequency integrated circuits (RF ICs) for use in a variety of wireless applications. In TI Norway you will find two product lines; Low Power Connectivity and Bluetooth Smart, and HW R&D. TI Norway employs about 90 people.

Application Link:

https://xjobs.brassring.com/TGWebHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=25329&siteid=5199&jobId=313166

Location: Oslo, Norway

Application Deadline:  No date specified (Posted 5/23/16)

Description:

Texas Instruments Norway is looking for a skilled, enthusiastic and outgoing Applications Engineer.

Applications engineers at Texas Instruments (TI) are technical experts who are focused on leading-edge digital, mixed signal and analog products. We have a strong customer commitment and a great team spirit. If you are looking for an interesting and challenging position with a wide range of exciting responsibilities, you’ve come to the right place.

In this position, you’ll work with TI customers to determine their major design challenges and partner with them on creating solutions that focus on ease-of-use and add value to their solution. You may also spend hands-on time in a TI lab tackling problems and delivering innovative development solutions that support our products and drive revenue.

Some of your responsibilities will include:

• Responsible for providing technical support to the company’s sales staff and customers
• Develops technical documentation including application notes, data sheets, user guides, design notes and white papers
• Provides applications support, making technical presentations and conveys a strong technical knowledge of company products and technologies.
• Internal and customer training, thru training events like FAE summits and TI Tech Days or written materials.
• Creates fully functional demonstration systems
• Reference designs, requires system design expertise, hardware, software integration and verification.

Make an Impact Program
Learning doesn’t stop just because you’ve graduated. Make an Impact, a signature, one-year developments program for our new college graduates, provides tools to help enhance performance and accelerate growth and success within TI. It offers classroom-style training, opportunities to connect with peers and senior leaders, online resources, and more. This program includes two boot camps in Dallas where you will get training tailored to your role.

We offer competitive compensation, a learning and development environment and the opportunity to work with teams across the globe.

Qualifications/Skills:    
•BCs or MSc in Electrical Engineering or equivalent.
•Less than 1 year work experience after graduation.
•C and C++ programming skills is a must
•Familiarity with schematics, layouts and digital components is needed, along with a basic understanding of analog circuitry
•Hands-on experience with lab equipment, along with debugging skills, are preferred
•Excellent writing and communication skills in English.
•Strong time management skills and the ability to work towards a deadline.

Other details
As a person, you are self-motivated, proactive and energetic with an ambitious approach to your assignments. You work with determination and persistence to achieve your goals. You are also flexible, adaptable and enjoy working in an international environment. The position requires a team player with a positive attitude.

How to apply:  

Apply on recruitment website.

Please upload your transcripts/grade overview and any other documents that might be relevant.

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