ON Semiconductor Functional Safety Engineer in Mechelen, Belgium

Functional safety is changing the way hardware components are being developed to comply with ISO safety standards. As Functional Safety engineer, you will guide and support the mixed-signal IC design team when developing safety critical hardware components for the automotive market.

You will support the different design teams with:

  • The definition of the safety requirement assumptions for standard IC products (ASSP).

  • The understanding of the safety concept, received from the customer for customized IC products (ASIC)

  • Supporting the safety analysis: hardware-software interface document, FMEDA, dependent failure analysis, fault tree analysis, …

  • The interface with the customer to explain the results of the different work products

  • Providing inputs to improve the functional safety development flow to be compliant with the ISO standard

  • Supporting the development of internal tools and templates to ease the safety analysis and to help prevent systematic failures

  • Evaluating the use of external tools that can help improve the design cycle time

  • Preparing and providing functional safety trainings as well as presentations inside and outside the company

Our preferred Functional Safety Engineer has a Master’s degree or PhD, preferably in Electronics, with 5 years of experience in analog/mixed-signal IC design. Good knowledge in ISO 26262 and/or functional safety analysis is a plus. It is important for the candidate to have strong organizational skills and to feel comfortable communicating in written and spoken English.

Job: Engineering

Title: Functional Safety Engineer

Location: BE-BE-Mechelen

Requisition ID: 1801264

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