Texas Instruments Analog Design Team Manager (m/f) - Low-Power Buck-Boost and Split-Rail in Freising, Germany
Job ID 22534BR
Job Posting Title Analog Design Team Manager (m/f) - Low-Power Buck-Boost and Split-Rail
Job Description The Low-Power Buck-Boost and Split-Rail product line is located in Freising, Germany and develops power-management solutions for Split-Rail applications (pos. and neg. outputs) used e.g. in smartphone OLED displays. Another focus is on integrated high performance Buck-Boost converter for personal electronics, automotive and industrial applications.
If you are looking for the opportunity to lead a team of highly skilled and talented analog and mixed-signal circuit designers, but also interested in doing hands-on design or technical project support you have come to the right place: The Low-Power Buck-Boost and Split-Rail design team. We are looking for a highly motivated individual with great communication skills, an initial leadership background and proven technical accomplishments in the field of analog and power circuit design.
You will be responsible for:
• Leading, managing and developing a team of design engineers by applying talent development and people management skills to create a motivated high-performance team.
• Technical expert and consultant also in peer and design reviews
• Understanding the device and system-level requirements, delivering input to the systems engineering team (product definition) and customers.
• Finding cost effective and innovative circuit architectures and driving the team to implement them in new devices.
• Developing and maintaining a network with other design groups to facilitate IP re-use, people development, etc.
• Proactively supporting the engineering team with regards to Design-for-Test strategy, silicon debug, characterization and release to production activities.
• Degree in electrical engineering or equivalent
• Leadership skills demonstrated as a design supervisor or first experience in leading a team
• 5+ years professional experience with the design of power management and/or analog products
• Strong analog design and power background, preferably in the Boost/ Buck-boost area
• Familiar with BCD process technologies
• Open personality with good customer interaction and excellent communication skills
• Highly self-motivated team player with the ability to collaborate with international and cross functional teams
• Good English language abilities
• An attractive compensation & benefits package
• A flexible, informal and open-minded work culture
• A performance-oriented environment that provides great rewards for great work
• A world of opportunities for your personal development
Job Opening Type Experienced Professional
Minimum Education Level Master's Level Degree
Minimum Years of Experience 3
Regular / Temporary Regular
Full-time / Part-time Full-Time
Job Location(s) Germany-Freising
Virtual / Telecommute No
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